Virtuoso Guitarist Richard Durrant returns to the live stage with a special Open Air Harvest Concert to celebrate late summer.
The open air concert is on Saturday 5th September set in a beautiful field underneath the South Downs near the village of Albourne in Sussex. Titled as a family-friendly and ‘as safe as possible can be in current Covid-19 times’, Richard will play an extended, wide-ranging solo set of music on his beloved concert guitar made from a 5,000-year-old English oak. He’ll also perform on tenor guitar and ukulele.
Brighton born Richard (who currently resides in Shoreham) explains “This will be my first time in front of an audience since February, and for all we know it may be the last for some time to come. Sharing music with others has been a constant in my life and to say I’m excited to play live again doesn’t begin to describe how I feel”.
Gates open at 2pm with the support act The Kites (singer-songwriting trio) at 3pm.
Richard will be on stage from 4pm.
– All social distancing regulations apply.
– If you or someone from your party feels unwell before the event please stay at home.
– The main symptoms of COVID-19 are a high temperature, a new continuous cough and a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste.
– If after the event you or someone from your party is tested positive for COVID-19 please notify us immediately.
– We will retain the ticket purchasers’ contact details for 21 days after the event for the sole purpose of contact tracing only.
Tickets: £50 family; £20 full price; £12 students, under 18s and disabled; Free under 12s, £5 gazebo pitch
Image by Kris Pawlowski