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Picnic Summer Concert

Surrounded by the beauty of Kew Gardens, you can share in a delicious family picnic while seeing headline music artists perform at
Kew The Music Concert 2013.

Names on the cards include the American rock band, Blondie, X-Factor winner, Leona Lewis, and Human League, the electro-pop sensation.

You can either bring your own picnic, order a hamper, or buy on the night. Kew are supplying a variety of 'hampers for 2' from Peyton & Byrne. Choose from a meat picnic (47.15), a vegetarian picnic (47.15) or deluxe picnics (57.15); there are also house wines and champagne.

Alternatively, stop by street food corner before the show. Belazu provide Mediterranean snacks (4) and meals (6) from such as chicken strips with flatbread, cous cous, and harissa yoghurt. Byron's Burgers sell 'proper hamburgers the way
they should be', and The Bowler have sizzling meatballs full of exciting flavours: Smokin' Bacon Balls, Balafel, ExciThaiBall, Bjorn Ball, and the spicy Great Balls of Fire. Other stalls include the Dosi Deli, Luardos's Mexican burritos, and Asian salads by Rainbo.

If you prefer to sit at a table while you eat, then make a reservation at the Pavilion BBQ or treat yourself to VIP Hospitality ticket and have a three course meal at the Marine North Gallery.

Each night starts off with a supporting act at, followed by a special guest performer, and headline artist. There will be fireworks every night but Sunday as part of the grande finale.
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Why? Fun for music lovers
When: 9th-14th July
Phone: 020 8332 5655
Where: Kew Gardens
Cost: 45.65-49.65 adult, 27.65-39.65 child
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