A Festival In A Day
Radio 2 returns to Hyde Park for another live music extravaganza in 2012
Following last year's mammoth success, Radio 2 will again take the station out of the studio and into Hyde Park with a unique concert on Sunday 9 September 2012.
What better way to end the summer than with a truly British celebration of music.Jeff Smith, Radio 2 Head of Music
Sunday 9 September 2012
Hyde Park, London
Tickets £35 plus booking fee (under-3s free)
Gates open: 14:30
Show starts: 15:30
Show ends: 22:15 approximately
You can buy tickets online from See Tickets, or by phone on 0844 858 8520† (a transaction fee of £2.00, plus a booking fee of £1.35 per ticket applies).
Alternatively you can purchase tickets from the Royal Albert Hall on 0845 401 5040* (a booking fee of 2% of the total value plus £1.00 per ticket up to a maximum of £10.00) applies). Or in person at the Royal Albert Hall Box Office (no booking fee applies if paying by cash or cheque; a booking fee of 2% of the total value applies to bookings for more than two tickets, if paying by credit/debit card)
Please note that the Royal Albert Hall Box Office and See Tickets are the ONLY official ticketing agents for BBC Proms in the Park. Tickets from other agents may be fraudulent and do not guarantee access to Proms concerts. The BBC and See Tickets work together to combat touting wherever possible. If you are in doubt as to the authenticity of your tickets, please contact the Royal Albert Hall as soon as possible on 0845 401 5040 or See Tickets on 0844 209 7353.
†Calls cost up to 6p/min from a landline (min connection fee of 11.8p may apply). Calls from mobiles may cost considerably more.
*Calls cost up to 5p/min from most landlines (an additional connection fee may also apply). Calls from mobiles may cost considerably more. (All calls to the Royal Albert Hall Box Office will be recorded and may be monitored for quality-control purposes).
With thanks to The Royal Parks
Terms & Conditions
- In the interest of safety please do not bring any glass items (including bottles), barbecues or flaming torches.
- No alcoholic drink may be brought in to the arena.
- The Concert takes place on a Green-Field site and the ground may be uneven. There will be temporary roadways and ramps. Please take care when walking on and off these roads and ramps and when crossing them in wheelchairs.
- There is no readmission to the site once you have left.
- No hampers or cool boxes over 20 inches x 13 inches x 8 inches.
- With the exception of those persons with limited mobility, please avoid the use of chairs as this obstructs the view of others. If it is essential that chairs are used please be considerate.
- The BBC reserves the right to refuse admission.
- Persons will not be admitted to the event if in the opinion of the stewards, they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- Children under the age of 14 are not permitted unless accompanied by an adult member of the audience.
- Ticket holders consent to the filming and sound recording of themselves as members of the audience.
- It is possible the sound pressures may exceed 96dB.
- This ticket will not be exchanged or refunded unless the event is cancelled.
- If a ticket is resold for profit or commercial gain, the ticket will be void.
- Every member of the audience must possess a ticket which must be produced to gain admittance to the arena.
- The BBC reserves the right to make any alteration to the advertised details of the performances.
- The use of professional photographic or recording equipment in the arena is prohibited.