Events

Walls of Sound - 8 bands, 2 days

Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th August, 4pm-9pm

This summer, we are delighted to bring you our first ever Walls of Sound music event. Experience some of East Anglia’s best musical talent live on stage, in the beautiful setting of Holkham’s walled garden. Enjoy the open-air, summer atmosphere with eight popular local bands, split over two days.

FRIDAY

Adam Thomas
One microphone, one guitar and a versatile list of songs, a dynamic singer with a passion for performing live music.

Sam Coe and the Long Shadows
UK country/americana music and a collection of honest, gutsy and heart-wrenching songs.

Jessie’s Ghost
A pop-folk band combining acoustic songwriting with vocal harmonies in a mix of original tracks and covers.

Bear Club
A journey of pop, indie, rock, funk, dance, and soul from this fresh, ultimate party band.

SATURDAY

Chris Cooper Trio and Guests
This band will start the show with their popular repertoire of uptempo jazz.

The Fused
This party rock band will cover a range of songs from the 70s to modern day hits - a dance floor filler!

Revival
Swagger down memory lane with classic brit pop and indie.

Wild Boys
Possibly one of the best live 80s UK bands, covering all the great artists and biggest tunes of the decade.

Bring a picnic and your dancing shoes and enjoy the atmosphere! There will be fabulous street food to buy and a bar too.

Tickets: 1 day ticket £30, 2 day ticket £50.

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Wheelchair users and customers with access requirements should telephone Holkham Ticket Office on 01328 713111 to purchase their tickets.
Don’t miss out - there are only 800 tickets per day!

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The Wildboys will be performing at Walls of Sound this summer at Holkham.