Tom Jones set to perform at Holkham Hall

PUBLISHED: 12:34 23 July 2017 | UPDATED: 14:27 23 July 2017

Tom Jones. Picture Simon Parker

Tom Jones. Picture Simon Parker


Tom Jones is getting ready to perform some of his most iconic hits at Holkham Hall this evening.

The gates will open at the venue at 3.30pm and the concert will begin at 7.15pm.

Before the popular artist takes to the stage there will be a warm up performance from the band Into The Ark, who were finalists on the TV show The Voice and were coached by Mr Jones.

The open air concert will take place in the east park of the estate grounds due to the fact that the popular two-day Country Fair is also be taking place over the weekend.

Mr Jones is expected to perform a collection of his most popular hits since his career began in the 1960s, including a number of songs from his latest albums.

*An earlier version of this article stated the concert would be starting half an hour later than scheduled. This is not the case according to organisers.

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