An Evening of Queen: One week to go

By SFC Media time Fri 11 Jun Break Free Summer Festival

Next weekend, St Mary’s will be rocking out to the classic songs of Queen – make sure you don’t miss out and book your tickets today with only limited availability.

Channel your inner Freddie Mercury as you belt out iconic hits, including ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ and ‘I Want to Break Free’, performed by stars from the hit West End musical ‘We Will Rock You’.

Enjoy the spectacular show in the open air with seating in the Itchen Stand in front of a stage laid out on the St Mary’s pitch. Social distancing will be in place in the stands to ensure we are fully compliant with the latest government guidance.

Act fast with limited tickets available for performances on Saturday 19th June and Father’s Day on Sunday 20th June, with prices starting at just £25 for Season Ticket holders and a range of hospitality packages available.

Enjoy your evening in style with the Premier VIP Experience, including champagne on arrival, a three course meal, premium Directors seating for the performance and access to a lounge throughout.

Or you can choose from our Concert Dining Package from £55, including a drink on arrival, two course meal with half a bottle of wine and lounge access throughout, or the Super Seat Package from £40, with arrival drink, a meal from our street food market and access to a cash bar.

For General Admission ticket holders, food and drink, including alcohol, will be available to purchase from the concourse kiosks to consume at your seats.
Don’t miss out on what promises to be an unforgettable evening of entertainment:

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