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Sandringham Royal Estate will not host live music events organised by Heritage Live this year – but concerts will return in 2025





The Royal Estate at Sandringham will not be hosting any concerts organised by Heritage Live this summer, it has been revealed.

Last year, thousands flocked to Sandringham to see headline acts perform, including Robbie Williams, The Who and Van Morrison.

There had been some speculation among music fans regarding who would be taking to the stage at the outdoor venue this summer for the events.

Robbie Williams took to the stage at Sandringham last year
Robbie Williams took to the stage at Sandringham last year

However, the organisation has revealed on social media that the series of concerts will not return to the Royal Estate until August 2025.

A post on its Facebook page has confirmed that artists playing at the venue will be revealed this September, with the weekend of live music taking place from August 14-17 2025.

Hundreds of people have commented on the post to share their views, with some saying it was a “shame” that no acts will come to Sandringham this summer.

Van Morrison at Sandringham last year
Van Morrison at Sandringham last year

However, others were excited to discover that Heritage Live will be returning next summer.

Tanzy Champion said: “Thanks for the update. Roll on 2025.”

Charles Elliott added: “I am sure it will worth waiting for! Please keep us posted.”

Heritage Live concerts at Sandringham
Heritage Live concerts at Sandringham

However, Emma Watts said: “Shame, thought this was going to be an annual thing like the other venues.”

Heritage Live concerts at Sandringham
Heritage Live concerts at Sandringham

Mikey Steward added: “Nothing for 2024 I guess then.”



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