FAMOUS band Elbow have confirmed they will headline a major outdoor concert this summer.

The band will be coming to the grounds of Audley End House and Gardens, on Saturday, August 13.

The multi-platinum selling alternative rock outfit will head to Essex for a one-off show featuring the band’s biggest anthems along with new material from their critically acclaimed 2021 album ‘Flying Dream 1.’

Sheffield songsmith Richard Hawley will be joining them as special guest.

The concert is part of Heritage Live, a unique annual concert series that brings world-famous artists to landmarks around the country.

Heritage Live Organiser Giles Cooper said: “It’s been an ambition of us all at Heritage Live to stage a show for this iconic band and Audley End will provide the most spectacular setting for what will undoubtedly be a night to remember. We can’t wait!”

Elbow are one of Britain’s most respected bands. After earning early support from the late John Peel with their debut EP Noisebox, Elbow’s popularity soared.

Over the past two decades, the Mancunians have released numerous no.1 albums, most notably their 2008 Mercury Prize-winning effort ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’, a platinum-selling record.

Further accolades include an NME Award, Mojo Award, BRIT Award and a several Ivor Novello prizes.

Elbow is the only band to receive four consecutive 9/10 reviews from NME for their first four records.

As a live band, Elbow are well received. Their 2011 Glastonbury performance on the Pyramid stage is regarded as one of the best in the festival’s history.

Fans of Elbow can expect to hear new material from the band’s recent works along with anthemic hits from their back catalogue such as ‘One Day Like This’, ‘Grounds for Divorce’ and ‘Open Arms’.

Tickets for the show will be available for pre-sale from Wednesday, February 9 at 9 am.

Pre-sale tickets can be accessed by registering at Heritagelive.net.

Any remaining tickets will be released on General Sale from 9am, Friday, February 11