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Lionel Richie announces Norfolk show as part of 2018 summer tour

PUBLISHED: 09:43 30 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:34 30 January 2018

Lionel Richie is coming to Norfolk. Photo: Alan Silfen

Lionel Richie is coming to Norfolk. Photo: Alan Silfen

Alan Silfen

Hello! It’s the news you’ve all been waiting for - international superstar Lionel Richie is coming to Norfolk

The crooner will be performing an open air show at Holkham Hall on Sunday, June 24 as part of a summer tour, which will see him visit a range of iconic venues across the UK.

Concert goers should prepare to dance all night long as the 68-year-old is set to sing a range of songs from his extensive back catalogue, everything from Lady to Say You Say Me.

Speaking about the show, Lionel said: “I’ve been missing the UK and can’t wait to make my long awaited return and to see parts of the country I’ve never made it out to before.

“The fans are always incredible and they make the atmosphere at every show electric, so I look forward to singing along with them soon.”

The Earl and Countess of Leicester commented, “We are delighted to be hosting Lionel Richie for a spectacular outdoor concert in the grounds of Holkham in June. It is set to be a memorable evening of entertainment. Our team will be working closely with the event promoters to ensure the concert is one of the highlights of the summer.”

Tickets for Lionel Richie at Holkham Hall cost £75 for main arena entry and go on sale at 10am on Friday, February 2 via Ticketmaster, AXS, Gigantic and Alttickets.

Limited reserved seating tickets at the front of the stage will also available for £125 as well as hospitality experience packages prices at £275.

For more information visit holkham.co.uk/events

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