Get into a celebratory and suitably vintage mood at the RAF Museum’s Battle of Britain Concert, with 1940s music performed live by the Squadronaires. Family activities and living
Get into a celebratory and suitably vintage mood at the RAF Museum’s Battle of Britain Concert, with 1940s music performed live by the Squadronaires. Family activities and living history give everyone plenty to take part in, with even a mini fairground on site.
When: 10 September
Where: RAF Museum London
Ticket price: From £7
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More information from organisers:
Vintage icons The D-Day Darlings and the Royal Air Forces’ very own Squadronaires will play live at the Royal Air Force Museum’s London site on 10 September.
Doors will open at 1.00pm and the event will end at 6.00pm.
This exclusive outdoor concert will feature an afternoon and early evening of 40s music and loads of fun activities for the whole family, so book early to avoid disappointment. There will be food, drink, living history and a vintage mini fairground for the family to enjoy.
Bring your chairs, picnic rug and have a glorious afternoon at the RAF Museum. If you want to enjoy the event in style, why not hire one of the museum’s deckchairs.
Hangars 3,4, 5 and 6 will be open for ticket holders until 6.00pm, anyone without a ticket will be able to access the Hangars on the 10 September until 12.00pm.
All Day (Saturday)