The legendary Diana Ross has been announced as the latest artist to perform as part of the new Live At Longleat concert series this summer.
Presented by leading music promoters Senbla, Live At Longleat will bring live music to the grounds of the incredible house that possesses over 450 years of history, and is one of the most beautiful examples of Elizabethan architecture.
Diana Ross is one of the most successful recording artists and entertainers of all time. From her landmark solo career to the early days as the leader of The Supremes, the superstar singer has helped shape the sound of popular music.
She has an astounding career total of 70 hit singles, including ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’, ‘I’m Coming Out’, ‘Stop! In The Name of Love’, ‘Upside Down’, ‘I’m Still Waiting’ and ‘Chain Reaction’.
Last year, Diana released ‘Thank You’, her first album of original material in 22 years, with which she achieved her first UK Top 10 in 26 years.
Diana co-wrote and collaborated on the 13 songs along with award-winning songwriters and producers including Jack Antonoff, Troy Miller, Triangle Park, Spike Stent, Prince Charlez, Amy Wadge, Neff-U, Freddie Wexler, Jimmy Napes, Tayla Parx, Fred White, and Nathanial Ledgewick.
Her portrayal of Billie Holiday in the classic film Lady Sings the Blues resulted in an Oscar nomination and a trophy at The Golden Globe Awards.
Diana’s international achievements were acknowledged by the prestigious Kennedy Center Honours in Washington DC (2007), celebrating her illustrious career of excellence in music, film, television and theatre, as well as her cultural influences, humanitarian work and her contributions to American culture.
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences celebrated her remarkable career with its highest honour, The GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012. In 2016, Diana received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the most prestigious civilian award given to a U.S. citizen.
Already announced to perform as part of Live At Longleat are Tom Jones on 23rd June, Simply Red on 24th June, Ball & Boe on 28th June, and Tears for Fears on 2nd July.
Tickets will be available from ticketmaster.co.uk from Friday 18th March
Age restriction: Under 14s to be accompanied by an adult
There is no re-admission after entry. Please plan ahead because once you’re in, you’re in!
This is a picnic style concert. Folding seats and picnic blankets are permitted. Bespoke picnic offerings will be available to purchase inside the event, food bought from outside will not be permitted.
We can rely on the British weather to be unpredictable so please come prepared with suncream and hats if the weather is good and waterproof coats and shoes if the weather is bad! No refunds will be given due to inclement weather.
We will not allow large bags into the events but you will be permitted to take small bags in with you. We class small bags as no larger than 35cm x 40cm x 19cm.
No banners, flags or laser pens are permitted.
Animals, with the exception of registered assistance dogs, are not permitted in the Event.
The unauthorised use of photographic, video and/or sound recording equipment is prohibited and such items may be confiscated and any tapes or films destroyed.
Please note that there may be additional measures in place to ensure the safety of staff and guests in relation to COVID-19 which may vary according to health and safety and government advice at the time of the Event (and your breach of any of these may lead to you being refused Entry and/or ejected from the Event).
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FOOD & DRINK
No food or drink is permitted to be brought into the events but there will be a range of food and drink available to purchase on site.
There will be free drinking water on site.
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