August 13th 2022



For over 30 years, the band have proved themselves to be one of Scotland’s best ever bands, with hits such as ‘Inner Smile’, ‘Say What You Want’, ‘I Don’t Want A Lover’ and ‘Summer Son’.

Formed in 1986 by the undeniably brilliant Sharleen Spiteri and her partner in crime, Johnny McElhone, they have made consistently great music throughout their stellar career having sold over 40 million records, had 13 top ten UK singles, 3 #1 UK albums and 8 top ten UK albums including ‘The Hush’, ‘Careful What You Wish For’ & ‘Jump On Board’, and their tenth studio album ‘Hi’ released in May 2021.  ‘Hi” became their highest-charting album in the UK since 1999’s ‘The Hush’, debuting at number 3 on the official UK album chart.


Special Guest – Rumer

Rumer first broke through in 2010 with her debut album ‘Seasons Of My Soul’, a top 3 UK hit, achieved platinum sales status, earning her 2 BRIT Award nominations and a MOJO Award for Best Breakthrough Act. Tracks like ‘Slow’ and ‘Aretha’ became global hits as music fans were drawn to her classic voice which draws comparisons to the likes of Carole King and the late Karen Carpenter.

Since then, Rumer has released a further 4 UK top 30 albums, performed live around the world, reinterpreted much-loved songs from the Burt Bacharach and Hal David canon, and most recently enjoyed critical acclaim for her album ‘Nashville Tears’, covering the songs of American Hall Of Fame country legend Hugh Prestwood. Rumer is an undeniable talent and a mesmerising performer.

Support – Tom Speight

Londoner, Tom Speight is a BBC Radio 2 favourite with over 200 million streams to his name and a string of high profile tours in support of Ed Sheeran, Snow Patrol, Stereophonics, Travis and more. His 2019 album ‘Collide’ saw all six of its singles playlisted on BBC Radio 2 and topped charts as far afield as Brazil. His latest album ‘Everything’s Waiting For You’ was written in lockdown and sees him collaborate once again with Turin Brakes, Lydia Clowes and Olly Knights. With a pedigree in live performance learned while touring the world, Tom Speight has surely earned his fast-growing fanbase.

Terms & Conditions

Non picnic concerts


By purchasing a ticket, you agree to the following:


Conditions of entry


  1. Fireworks, flares or naked flames are not allowed.
  2. You are not permitted to bring any food or alcoholic drink inside the fenced concert arena. Soft drinks will be permitted into the concert arena but are restricted to 500ml per person, in a sealed, plastic bottle only.
  3. Dogs are not allowed, except for guide dogs or assistance dogs.
  4. Small personal umbrellas are allowed, however large parasols and golf sized umbrellas will not be permitted on site.
  5. Private marquees and gazebos are not permitted.
  6. One folding chair per person will be allowed into the concert arena. It should be noted though, that any chairs brought in will need to be positioned behind a demarcation line in the concert arena. This demarcation line will be set to create a safe area both for those customers who wish sit and those who wish to stand at the concert/at the front of the stage area.
  7. Children aged under five can attend for free.  Children aged five and over should purchase a General Admission ticket
  8. All persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult (18 years and over). and no more than 4 under 16’s are to be in the care of one adult (aged 18 years and older).
  9. Security staff reserve the right to search guests on entrance and refuse entry to those believed to be intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.
  10. Entry will be refused to anyone who declines having their person or belongings searched.
  11. The concert arena is within a fenced area. No pass outs or re-entry will be allowed.







Terms & Conditions


  1. In case of inclement weather, the concert will not be cancelled. However, the concert programme may be amended in the interest of safety and enjoyment of the audience.
  2. The use of recording equipment is prohibited.
  3. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. However, the promoter reserves the right to vary these terms and conditions in accordance Government guidelines on infectious diseases.
  4. LPH Concerts & Events reserves the right to make alterations to the advertised arrangements or featured artists, or to refuse admission under reasonable circumstances.
  5. LPH Concerts & Events reserves the right to cancel or abandon any performance/event.
  6. No refunds will be offered to customers who are refused entry or ejected from a venue on account of declining to be searched, abusive, threatening, drunken or other antisocial behaviour, carrying offensive weapons or illegal substances, or making unauthorised audio, video or photographic recordings.
  7. Beware of counterfeit goods. Buy merchandise from within the concert arena only.
  8. Admission is at the customer’s own risk, except in respect of death or personal injury resulting from negligence on the part of the event organiser/venue.
  9. Admission is subject to licensing conditions.
  10. LPH Concerts & Events shall not be liable for:
  1. Any damage to or loss of the customer’s property whilst at the event, unless such damage or loss has occurred as a result of the wilful misconduct of LPH Concerts staff.
    1. Any of the customer’s, its guests, staff and/or agents’ indirect, special or consequential losses (for example, transport or accommodation costs).
  1. LPH Concerts & Events shall not be liable to the customer for:
    1. Any expenses or losses incurred by the customer; or any delay or non-performance of LPH Concerts & Events obligations to the customer, if and to the extent that such expenses or losses, delay or non-performance are caused by a Force Majeure Event
    2. ‘Force Majeure Event’ shall mean any event or circumstance which is reasonably beyond LPH Concerts & Events control, including without limitation, act of God, terrorist action, imminent threat of terrorist action, epidemic, wars, national emergencies, insurrections, riots, fire, flood, suspension of power leading to inoperability of the Arena, loss of utilities, national mourning, strike, industrial action, lock out, breakdown, malfunction or damage of or to the Arena, any plant, equipment or materials, explosion, civil commotion or disturbance, interruption in, delay or failure of necessary transportation or technical facilities, severe weather conditions or act of local or national government.
  2. Nothing in these terms and conditions shall exclude either party’s liability for death or personal injury caused by its negligence, fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation or any other liability that cannot be excluded by law.
  3. These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. Any dispute in relation to their subject matter shall be submitted to the courts of England and Wales.
Frequently Asked Questions



I am having trouble downloading my ticket from the confirmation email. What should I do?


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If you continue to have problems, this support link should answer most questions: https://support.seetickets.com


Are child tickets available?


We do not have child tickets available for this event, but children under the age of five can attend for free.


Children aged five and over, should purchase a General Admission ticket.


All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. No more than four under 16s per adult.


Please note: While we are a family friendly business, please remember that this is an outdoor event with loud music and lots of people and so may not be suitable for very young children


Will tickets be available on the day?


Tickets are strictly subject to availability, so it is always best to purchase your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. It will also save you money as ticket prices may also increase on the day.


Should tickets be available to purchase on the day of the concert, we will make an announcement about prices and availability closer to the event.


Is parking available?


Yes, further details will be released shortly


Is there a pickup/drop off point or a taxi rank?


Yes, further details will be released shortly.


Can I leave the venue and come back once I’ve entered the concert?


Unfortunately, as the concert arena is within a confined fenced area, pass outs and re-entry will not be possible.


Can I bring my own food and drink?


Soft drinks are allowed but must be in 500ml sealed plastic bottle only


You are not allowed to bring any food or alcoholic drinks inside the fenced concert arena.


Can I buy food and drink at the concert?


Yes. We will have a fully licensed bar and a number of food outlets for varied dietary requirements and tastes within the concert arena.


Please note: We operate a ‘Challenge 25’ policy at the bars. Proof of identification and age may be required in the form of a valid driving licence or passport. No alcohol will be served to any persons under the age of 18.


Can I apply to be a vendor at the events?


We are always looking for interesting vendors selling unique products and would love to hear from you. Please email info@lphconcertsandevents.co.uk to tell us about all about your offering.


Please note: You must be self-contained in terms of equipment and have current Public Liability Insurance in place.


Can I bring a chair and other furniture to the event?


You are allowed one folding chair per person in the concert arena for use in the marked-out area away from the stage.


This is to maintain a safe area for those customers who wish sit and those who wish to stand at the front of the stage area. Private marquees and gazebos are not permitted.


What other items should I bring?


This is a standing outdoor evening concert so please keep the British weather in mind. We recommend all concert goers should dress appropriately and be prepared if the ground is wet from rain in the days before the event.


Small personal umbrellas are allowed, however large parasols and golf sized umbrellas will not be permitted.


Is there an ATM / cash machine at the event?


Cash machines will not be available, but all bars take both cash and card payments. Please be aware that some of the independent food outlets in the arena may only take cash.


Can I take photographs?


While professional photography equipment is not permitted, you’re very welcome to capture the atmosphere and fun you and your friends and family are enjoying on a small camera or your phone. If you do take photos, please tag us in on Instagram (@lphconcerts) we’d love to see them.




The concert venue has an inner tarmacked pathway running all the way around which leads directly to the grassed concert area. The grassed area is very flat and the grass is cut short.


A wheelchair platform is available on a first come first served basis and wheelchair accessible toilets are available throughout the concert site.


Access and companion tickets


If you require a carer or companion, please purchase a ‘Carer’ ticket, which will entitle you to bring one carer or companion to assist you free of charge.


Accepted forms of documentation to request a carer or companion ticket are:


  • DLA (Care and / or mobility)
  • PIP (Personal Independence Payment)
  • D/deaf or blind registration
  • The Nimbus Access Card


To receive your carer ticket, please purchase your ticket via SEE Tickets and follow the instructions sent via email after your purchase.


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Detailed Instructions

Conveniently located between the M4 (J8/9) and M40 (J6) in south Oxfordshire, Drover’s Hill is a 10-minute drive from Henley, an hour from London, 40 minutes from Oxford and Heathrow and half an hour from Reading. The nearest station is Henley-on-Thames and there are taxis are available there.

You’ll find Drover’s Hill at Stonor on Coxlease Lane, between Fawley Bottom and Southend. Please use postcode RG9 6JL or mondays.wolves.noun on what3words, and remember that the hill can’t be accessed from the main entrance to Stonor Park.

If you’re approaching from the east on the M40 motorway, please ignore your sat nav if it tells you to exit at Junction 4 or 5 - this will add up to an hour to your journey. Please only exit at Junction 6