Greenwich Music Time (GMT) organisers have confirmed that the concert series will return in 2015 to The Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London.
The second annual GMT will take place from 22-26 July 2015. This year’s inaugural event saw Goldfrapp, Australian Pink Floyd Show, Jools Holland, and Russell Watson with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra all perform at the historic London space.
Co-producers Cuffe & Taylor and Neil O’Brien Entertainment also announced a new addition to their summer concert programme – the Tatton Park Summer Concerts, which will take place 31 July-1 August 2015 at Tatton Park in Cheshire. The 20,000-capacity concerts are returning after a break in 2014.
“Tatton Park Concerts have, in the past, proved very popular,” said Cuffe & Taylor’s Peter Taylor. “We aim to produce a high quality experience which reflects the heritage of the park.”
Together, Greenwich Music Time and the Tatton Park Summer Concerts will bring in more than 40,000 tickets to the UK summer concert market.
“From our extensive experience of programming festivals and concert series’, we look forward to building on the successes of Greenwich Music Time and the other successful events we have been involved in,” said Neil O’Brien Entertainment’s Neil O’Brien. “Our aim is to create high quality events for the customers that are sustainable and push artistic boundaries.”
Details of the programme will be released shortly, with tickets expected to be on sale before Christmas 2014.