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6 August, 2022

Queen Symphonic

Experience the unforgettable magic of Queen, in this epic rock and symphonic spectacular celebrating their greatest hits.

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Featuring four exceptional rock vocalists from We Will Rock You, a world class five piece rock band and magnificent The Heart of England Orchestra.

Queen Symphonic spectacular includes full symphonic arrangements blended with a great rock band and performers honouring the greatest hits of Queen: The Show Must Go On, Somebody To Love, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Another One Bites The Dust, We Will Rock You, We Are The Champions, Bohemian Rhapsody, Don’t Stop Me Now, I Want To Break Free, Play The Game, Under Pressure, These Are The Days Of Our Lives, Love Of My Life and Killer Queen.

The tour has seen over 30 UK summer shows performed so far, playing to an audience over 150,000. Plus performances in France, the USA, Australia, Tokyo, with Orchestras including The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, The Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Richmond Symphony Orchestra and five sold-out concerts at the Sydney Opera House with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
It’s a rock & classical rave, it’s a picnic party, it’s another excuse to dress up and have fun – but most of all it’s a colossal concert fans will remember.

Tickets go on-sale on Thursday 24th February 2022 at 10am.


5pm: Gates Open

5.35pm: Jake Lukeman

6.35pm: Rock Choir

7.30pm: Queen Symphonic

8.30pm: Interval

9pm: Queen Symphonic


The pedestrian entrance to Hatfield Park is opposite Hatfield railway station. The fast train from Kings Cross to Hatfield takes 20 minutes. There are London Underground links with this mainline at Finsbury Park (Piccadilly and Victoria lines). From here it will be approx 10min walk up to the event site.


There are two entrances for the concert:
Gate 1 – Sawmill Entrance off A414 – AL9 5PG
Gate 2 – George’s Gate (main visitor’s entrance off A1000) – AL9 5HX

Please Note: All parking will be on flat, grass open parkland
Plenty of parking is provided on site, including disabled parking. The distance from the car park to the concert site varies but is usually between 50-350 metres.


If you have a taxi or private car dropping you off or collecting you, please give the following instruction:
– Please give your taxi driver the following postcode – Beecroft Gate (AL9 5BD) please follow the yellow signs.
– Your pick and drop off point will be within the park – Please do not allow your taxi driver to drop you off or pick you up on the surrounding roads. The route for taxis will be clearly sign posted and they will have their own exit route from the park.