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An Announcement From SportsAid

Written by Chief Editor.

As reported previously, on the  evening of Saturday, June 28, Sir Elton will be giving a special solo performance for SportsAid in the beautiful gardens of Stoke Park in Buckinghamshire.

At this intimate summer event, SportsAid is aiming to raise £500,000 to create a new athlete fund with the musician that will help young people who hope to represent Great Britain at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The VIP Gold Hospitality package is considered the best way to enjoy this concert. Your evening starts with a welcome reception while you mingle with your guests in the West Garden Marquee, which overlooks the venue’s stunning private gardens and the performance area. This is followed by a sumptuous buffet prepared by award-winning chef Chris Wheeler before you head off to the closest seats available within the VIP ‘Golden Circle’.

The package includes:

  • Reserved on-site parking (six spaces per table of 12)
  • Hostess assigned to look after you throughout the event
  • Dedicated table of 12 throughout the event
  • Arrival drinks reception 
  • Three-course buffet with wines, beers and soft drinks included 
  • Reserved seats in the Golden Circle
  • Complimentary wines, beers and soft drinks after the concert

Your itinerary includes:

  • 17:00 Gates open
  • 17:00 Welcome reception in the West Garden Marquee
  • 17:30 Dinner is served until 19:45 with complimentary drinks
  • 20:00 Concert begins
  • 21:30 Concert ends
  • 22:30 Complimentary drinks available until 22:30
  • 23:00 Marquee closes
Tables of 12 are £395 per person. £4,740 per table, with payments made directly to SportsAid.

The VIP packages have now sold out, but you can join the waiting list, in the event of a cancellation, by contacting Graham at SportsAid on 020 7273 1977 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please note that tickets are not transferable and that bags will be searched on arrival. In addition, attendees are urged not to bring any food or beverages onto the estate. No eating or drinking in the performance area during the concert is allowed. 

Stoke Park is a private estate with no public footpaths or right of way access. No umbrellas or mobile phones may be used during the show.

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