Elbow has confirmed it will headline an outdoor concert in Saffron Walden this summer.

The band will be performing at Audley End House & Gardens on Saturday August 13, 2022.

This one-off show will see the multi-platinum selling alternative rock band perform some of its biggest songs from their 2021 album Flying Dream 1.

Richard Hawley will join elbow as a special guest on the night.

How to buy tickets

If you’d like to buy tickets for the concert, here’s how you can.

Pre-sale tickets go on sale at 9am on Wednesday February 9 via the Heritage Live website.

To gain access to these pre-sale tickets, you will need to register on the Heritage Live website before they go on sale.

If you register, you will receive an email containing a pre-sale link.

Remaining tickets will be released on general sale at 9am on Friday February 11 via Ticketmaster here.

Discounted disabled tickets will also be available via Ticketmaster. If you need a space on the Disabled Viewing Platform or a space in the disabled car park, you must book them in advance and in addition to your concert ticket by contacting Ticketmaster separately.

The concert is part of Heritage Live, an annual concert series which sees world-famous artists perform at some of the country’s most beautiful landmarks.

Concerts have been held on the grounds of stately homes including Kenwood on Hampstead Heath, Englefield House in Berkshire and Queen’s House in Greenwich in the past.

Heritage Live Organiser Giles Cooper, said: “It’s been an ambition of us all at Heritage Live to stage a show for this iconic band and Audley End will provide the most spectacular setting for what will undoubtedly be a night to remember. We can’t wait!”

The band has a 30-year history and during that time the band have released multiple no.1 albums and won awards including an NME Award, Mojo Award, BRIT Award and several Ivor Novello prizes.

Elbow is the only band to receive four consecutive 9/10 reviews from NME for their first four records.