Kew the Music Hospitality
Held in the stunning surroundings of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew, the festival has become a favourite in recent years. You and your guests will be welcomed into the beautiful surroundings of the Nash Conservatory, which is bathed with the natural light of the early summer evening.
Your evening begins at at 5.45pm as you enter the Nash Conservatory and enjoy a champagne and canapé reception. Before the spectacular evening entertainment begins, a first-class dinner will be served to you and your guests with a complimentary private bar. From the private hospitality area you’ll enjoy superior views of the stage and the fireworks display over Temperate House which provides an excellent finale to your evening.
2015 offered an excellent line up with artists such as Jools Holland, UB40 feat. Ali, Astro & Mickey, The Specials and Paloma Faith.
2016 will includ world renowned artists including, Simply Red, Jools Holland, The Corrs, Gipsy Kings and Will Young, contact us for further information!
Prices for Kew the Music Hospitality
|Tuesday 12th July||Simply Red||£349|
|Wednesday 13th July||Will Young||£319|
|Thursday 14th July||Bjorn Again||£319|
|Friday 15th July||Jools Holland & his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra||£319|
|Saturday 16th July||The Corrs||£319|
|Sunday 17th July||Gipsy Kings||£319|
VIP Dining Package
Soak up the electric party atmosphere within the Marianne North Gallery where you and your guests will enjoy a Champagne and canapé reception and a sumptuous pre-show dinner. You will enjoy a menu specifically designed by Mark Askew, chef director for the iconic restaurant The Ivy Chelsea Garden on King’s Road. With a complimentary bar serving beers, wines and soft drinks you can be sure of much excitement before the musical entertainment begins.
As well as the superb music enjoyed from the private hospitality viewing area, guests will enjoy the three-course dinner uniquely crafted to reflect the beauty and seasonality of the botanical gardens within the majestic 19th century Nash Conservatory. Private table are available for groups of 10 guests, with smaller numbers on shared tables.
5.45 pm – Access to Kew Garden via Pavilion Gate
Champagne & canapé reception
6.30 pm – Dinner served
7.30 pm – Support Act
8.30 pm – Concert
10.00 pm – Concert finishes. Firework display
10.10 pm – Return to Marianne North Gallery for farewell drinks
10.30 pm – Bar closes
10.45 pm – Guests depart
- Admission to Kew the Music
- Summer cocktail and canapé reception
- Pre-show three course dinner in the Nash Conservatory by Michelin starred chef Angela Hartnett
- Complimentary bar throughout the evening including summer cocktails, beers, wines & soft drinks
- Access to private hospitality viewing area (uncovered) with great views of the stage
- Guest information
- Hostesses in attendance throughout the evening