Kenwood concerts moved due to lockdown roadmap
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A public consultation takes place next week ahead of the summer concert series at Kenwood House.
Chart topper Rag'n'Bone Man and Dave Rodigan and the Outlook Orchestra are scheduled to play dates in June which have been pushed back a week due to the Government's roadmap for lifting the lockdown.
If all the conditions are met, the Heritage Live outdoor concerts will take place in the grounds of the English Heritage mansion with multi-Brit winner Rag'N'Bone Man on June 25 and reggae and drum 'n' bass guru Rodigan on June 27.
An additional artist is being lined up for June 26 with Nile Rodgers and Chic now pegged to perform in June 2022.
But first there's a public consultation on the summer events license ahead of a Zoom panel at 6pm on March 23.
The Friends of Kenwood forum have asked members to send comments and questions and to register to join the meeting email firstname.lastname@example.org for log in details.
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An English Heritage spokesman said: "Due to a nature of this year’s meeting we would be grateful if you could share any questions you may have with us in advance, we will do our best to answer questions on the night as well as delivering a full agenda."
Buy tickets for the concerts at https://www.heritagelive.net/
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