Doncaster’s homegrown West End star, Rachael Wooding, has been performing Queen-hit Somebody to Love with a grand piano at the centre of the Keepmoat Stadium pitch to celebrate Queen Symphonic’s announcement that they will be heading to the neighbouring amphitheatre this August.
Known as the world’s greatest homage to Queen, the symphonic will be playing all the greatest hits as part of a new spectacular four-day concert series – Lakeside Live.
Tickets are expected to go fast for the four epic concerts which take place on August 19-22, featuring musical theatre legends, orchestral icons, the UK’s number one rock and roll touring show, and two spellbinding firework finales - Lakeside Live promises to rock audiences’ socks off.
Alongside Queen Symphonic, headline acts include rock and roll variety show That’ll Be The Day, The Great Yorkshire Proms, and An Evening at the Musicals, with West End stars.
Pack a picnic and enjoy a magical evening with the stars, under the stars.
- Thursday 19 August: That’ll Be The Day Rock & Roll Show
- Friday 20 August: Queen Symphonic with the Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra
- Saturday 21 August: The Great Yorkshire Proms hosted by Aled Jones MBEand featuring Sophie Evans, Peyee Chen, Tenors Unlimited and The Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra
- Sunday 22 August: An Evening at the Musicals with the Barricade Boys, Kerry Ellis, Jai Mcdowal and Trevor Dion Nicholas accompanied by the West End Live Band.