PARK proms is set to take over the historic Broadlands Estate this August for a bank holiday of music.

Taking place on August 27 and 28, the event is being described by organisers as an "unforgettable" event taking place over the bank holiday weekend.

Commencing on August 27, the event will be headlined by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by Pete Harrison.

The 78-piece orchestra is set to play a "Last night of the proms" styled concert with several pieces from films including Harry Potter, James Bond, Star Wars and Superman.

The first evening will also welcome guests Aled Jones, Laura Wright, Escala and The Travelling Hands as well as a "world-class" air display to open the concert.

Continuing into Saturday, the second day is said to be aimed at British pop lovers and featuring sets from James Morrison, Pixie Lott, Scouting for Girls and Eliza & the Bear.

All of the artists are set to play their chart-topping hits to conclude one of the first music events following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.

Park Prom’s has also partnered with Hampshire Fare to provide food and drink from the local area and surrounding counties, packaged in recyclable or biodegradable materials.

For the "VIP experience", The Britannia Lounge is set to provide entertainment combined with hospitality with guests welcomed with a drink on arrival, alongside access to the Private Bar and the Summer Garden Terrace.

Tickets range from just under £59.50 for adult day tickets, to £234 for the full Brittannia Lounge Day Ticket.

Child Days Tickets are on offer from £20 with two day child tickets on sale for £50.

Tickets for both days for adults are being sold for £119.

The organisers have also assured customers that if the event cannot take place on advice from the Government, their Ticket Promise means tickets will roll over to the new date in 2022, or customers can receive a refund.