First Names Announced For Greenwich Music Time 2015

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Running from Wednesday 22nd – Saturday 25th July, this year’s event will feature ten-time Grammy Award-winning singer and guitarist George Benson, the multi-million-selling Flamenco superstars Gipsy Kings, and one of the most acclaimed songwriters of

Greenwich Music Time transforms The Old Royal Naval College’s breathtaking riverside location into the ultimate open-air venue, providing music fans with the opportunity to experience a unique series of concerts set against the stunning backdrop of Greenwich’s magnificent historic landscape.

The final headline act will be announced in due course.

Peter Taylor, Cuffe & Taylor: “The inaugural Greenwich Music Time was a huge success and we’re delighted to announce that it will return in 2015. We have a long-term vision for the series and hope that we will be presenting world-class musicians and entertaining thousands of revellers at this incredible world heritage listed site in Greenwich for many years to come.”

Thursday 23rd July: Gipsy Kings

Friday 24th July: Ray Davies

Saturday 25th July: George Benson

Published on 11 February 2015 by Ben Robinson

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