Proms Spectacular at Hole Park, Rolvenden

Saturday 24th August 2019

Once you have found your picnic spot and downed your first glass, your magical evening will commence with a majestic spitfire display  - accompanied by some well-known British war  themes. Then sit back and enjoy all of your favourite proms music including the 1812 Overture, the Hornpipe, Land of Hope & Glory, Rule Britannia and Jerusalem along with a whole host of other fantastic classical pieces.

The finish will be a spectacular fireworks display fully synchronised to the music to complete a memorable evening in the heart of the Kent countryside.

Food and drink available to buy on site.

In support of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity.

PROGRAMME

4:30pm Gates Open

Select your spot in the auditorium, unpack the picnic, open up the wine and get ready for a fun evening of spectacular entertainment!

4:30pm Gates Open

Select your spot in the auditorium, unpack the picnic, open up the wine and get ready for a fun evening of spectacular entertainment!

6:30pm The Kent Tigers Army Parachute Display Team

The Tigers perform highly technical canopy formations in front of the crowds!

6:30pm The Kent Tigers Army Parachute Display Team

The Tigers perform highly technical canopy formations in front of the crowds!

7:30pm Spitfire Display

The Spitfire display accompanies the opening pieces of classical music.

7:30pm Spitfire Display

The Spitfire display accompanies the opening pieces of classical music.

7:30pm - 10pm Proms Spectacular - Orion Orchestra

Sit back and enjoy all of your favourite proms music in the heart of the Kent countryside.

7:30pm - 10pm Proms Spectacular - Orion Orchestra

Sit back and enjoy all of your favourite proms music in the heart of the Kent countryside.

10pm Fireworks Display and Event Finish - Meteor Fireworks

A spectacular fireworks display fully synchronised to the music to complete a memorable evening in the heart of the Kent countryside.

10pm Fireworks Display and Event Finish - Meteor Fireworks

A spectacular fireworks display fully synchronised to the music to complete a memorable evening in the heart of the Kent countryside.

The National Charity of the British Army. Originally established as the Army Benevolent Fund in 1944, it provides a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families in times of need.

The National Charity of the British Army. Originally established as the Army Benevolent Fund in 1944, it provides a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families in times of need.

HOW TO FIND HOLE PARK, ROLVENDEN

BY CAR:

Hole Park garden is located on the B2086 between the villages of Benenden and Rolvenden.

On a larger scale Hole Park sits neatly in the centre of a group of larger towns; Maidstone, Ashford, Hastings and Royal Tunbridge Wells.

It is easily accessible from Dover or the Channel Tunnel (about 45 mins) and from the M25, M26 or M20 (about 30 mins).

SAT NAV:

Hole Park, Benenden Road, Rolvenden, Kent, TN17 4JA

BY BUS:

Renown Coaches operate a service No 297 from Tunbridge Wells to Tenterden.

For more routes please see Travel South East.

BY TRAIN:

The closest railway station is Staplehurst or Headcorn.

In support of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity.

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is the National Charity of the British Army. Originally established as the Army Benevolent Fund in 1944, it provides a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families in times of need. It gives financial assistance to individuals as well as makes grants to a large number of charities and partner organisations that provide specialist support on its collective behalf. The Charity’s work touches the lives of around 80,000 people each year, sustaining the British Army ‘family’ both at home and around the world. It is The Soldiers’ Charity: ‘For Soldiers – For Life’.