A brand-new concert series is set to rock the countryside just outside of Oxfordshire this summer.

The grounds of Waddesdon Manor, near Bicester, will play host to a lively 4-day music extravaganza this July.

Grammy-winning artist Michael Bublé will kick off the shows on Saturday, July 2.

One of the biggest entertainers in the world, Bublé has already completed six sold-out world tours and sold over 60 million records over the course of his career.

He will be followed by Mcfly on the Sunday.

Classic Brit Award-winning Crossover duo Ball and Boe will be taking the stage on Monday.

Then iconic 80’s band Tears for Fears – who sold over 30 million albums worldwide - are scheduled to finish the concert series on Tuesday.  

Special guest Alison Moyet, who formed half of the duo of Yazoo, will make an appearance on Tuesday too.

Waddesdon Manor is a county house in the village of Waddesdon which houses over 15,000 works of art and objects.

The National Trust premises are owned by the Rothschild Charitable Foundation.

Car parking will be available for the events, with details to be announced at a later date.

Attendees are not permitted to bring food and drink with them to the site, but there will be a selection of bespoke food and drinks vendors on the premises.


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