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BBC Proms in the Park 2013 Glasgow Green

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Melanie C and Alfie Boe join Scotland’s Proms in the Park Last Night Celebrations

7th September 2013 – 7:30pm – 10:30pm

£12.50, £7.50 concessions

A transaction charge of £1.50 applies to all phone bookings. A transaction charge of £1 applies to all online bookings. Concession tickets are £7.50. These are available for children, senior citizens, unemployed, students and disabled.

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Proms In The Park sees the spectacular culmination of the BBC Proms season, as the world-famous Last Night celebrations spill out from London’s Royal Albert Hall with thousands of people coming together at venues across the UK including Scotland’s Glasgow Green. As well as an array of musicians, the Glasgow Proms In The Park evening of entertainment culminates in a live big-screen link-up to the Royal Albert Hall for the traditional singalong.

Award-winning singer and star of the West End, Alfie Boe will perform songs from his new album, joining former Spice Girl-turned-musical-leading-lady Melanie C in the iconic open-air concert alongside a myriad of musicians including the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Scottish fiddler John McCusker, soprano Kate Valentine and Scots tenor Nicky Spence.

Singing sensation Melanie C will perform I Don’t Know How To Love Him from Jesus Christ Superstar and this year’s Glasgow event will also feature music and imagery from Hebrides: Islands on the Edge, BBC Scotland’s acclaimed landmark natural history series.

Bringing the Proms season to a close, Scotland’s Proms in the Park is presented by BBC Scotland with support from Glasgow City Council.

This year’s Scottish Proms In The Park will also feature music and imagery from Hebrides: Islands on the Edge, BBC Scotland’s acclaimed landmark natural history series.

Full Lineup

Melanie C singer

Kate Valentine soprano

Alfie Boe tenor

Nicky Spence tenor

Jennifer Pike violin

John McCusker violin

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

Stephen Bell conductor

Presented by Jamie MacDougall and Susan Calman

Tickets: 12:50 Concession tickets are £7.50. These are available for children, senior citizens, unemployed, students and disabled.

Please note that this is a standing event and entry will be via Saltmarket. Gates open at 5.30pm and the concert starts at 7.30pm.

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Glasgow G40 1AT

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