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Forestry Commission Live Music Tour

Added on Thursday 24 Feb 2011

Photo: forestry commission concerts. An environmentally friendly concert featuring Blondie, Keane and Status Quo. The Saturdays Simply Red, Doves, James Morrison & Blondie...YEP! Despite being loads of fun, festivals aren't always environmentally friendly - there's often shedloads of litter, destruction of natural habitats and pollution.

To mark the International Year of The Forests 2011, they have arranged a live music tour with a series of nine concerts staged in spectacular woodland locations around the country, including: Bedgebury Pinetum, Thetford Forest Park, the National Arboretum in Tetbury, Sherwood Pines Forest,Dalamere Forest. Westonbirt Arboretum, Dalby Forest AND Cannock Chase Forest.

The Forestry Commission is the Government department responsible for the protection and expansion of Britain's forests and woodlands. The concerts take place throughout the summer in June and July, giving you the opportunity to enjoy some great gigs in a beautiful setting, safe in the knowledge that the environment will be respected.

Concert tickets are available online now from: Get Me In! and start from £57.75 each.



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