Battle Proms Concert

Saturday, July 31, 2021

Battle Proms Concert

A summer celebration with music, Spitfire, cannons, cavalry & fireworks!

Pack up the hampers and champers and join thousands of loyal fans for an exceptional afternoon and evening of entertainment at the 20th annual Highclere Castle Battle Proms Concert. 

In a beautiful setting on the grounds in front of the iconic and impressive Highclere Castle, this quintessentially British ‘party in the park’ features magnificent musical firework displays, culminating in a flag waving spectacular including all the ‘last night of the proms’ finale favourites such as Jerusalem, Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory.

The full 2 hour orchestral concert from the New English Concert Orchestra, led by Douglas Coombes MBE and compered by much-loved BBC presenter Pam Rhodes, will include a host of well-known uplifting classical pieces.

The extensive programme of entertainments also includes a toe-tapping warm-up act, thrilling historic cavalry displays, a meticulously choreographed aerial display from a WWII Spitfire, The Red Devils parachute display team (tbc), live firing cannons and, of course, spectacular fireworks. The Battle Proms is still believed to be the only opportunity in the world to see the signature piece – Beethoven’s ‘Battle Symphony’ – performed as he composed it; with 193 live Napoleonic cannons providing a thunderous percussion!

The Battle Proms Concerts are the longest running picnic proms series in the UK and whether you’re planning a romantic evening as a couple, a celebration as a group, or want to enjoy an informal concert as a family then this could be the unique experience you have been looking for. 

For more information and to Book Tickets, please visit the Battle Proms Website

Please be aware that, in anticipation of social distancing requirements, the Battle Proms is currently working to a reduced capacity and only a limited number of tickets remain available – please book early to avoid disappointment. The planned Covid-19 safety measures also include a socially distanced crowd layout and careful management of visitor arrival and exit. For further details visit click here.

Gates open 3.30pm, entertainments from 5.45pm, finish approx. 10.00pm.