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25 March 2024

Heather Small Added To Nocturne Live at Blenheim Palace Line-Up

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Heather Small, Soft Cell and Heaven 17 are the final additions to this summer’s Nocturne Live concert series, which returns to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire in June.

The event runs from 13-16 June and tickets, along with a limited number of VIP packages – which provide an exclusive opportunity to dine in the State Rooms of Blenheim Palace – are available from

This summer’s Nocturne Live concert series, which transforms the UNESCO World Heritage site of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire into a spectacular 10,000-capacity open-air live music venue, will present an array of superstar acts from around the world including a triple bill of three era-defining British pop acts – Sugababes, Melanie C and Shaznay Lewis – 10-time Grammy-winning Chaka Khan, disco legends Sister Sledge, party-starting funk group The Fatback Band, multi-million-selling Australian pop group Crowded House, nine-time Grammy-winning US singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow, and Mercury and Brit-nominated duo Turin Brakes.

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Since its inception in 2015 Nocturne Live has gone on to become one of the UK’s most popular stately home concert experiences. Over the years the series has presented shows from a host of huge international stars including Lionel Ritchie, Elton John, Kylie Minogue, Nile Rodgers, Lauryn Hill, Noel Gallagher, Gregory Porter, Van Morrison, Tears for Fears, Gladys Knight, Elvis Costello, Simple Minds and Ennio Morricone amongst many others.

Heather Small is best known as lead singer of the 10 million-selling ‘90s group M People, who released a string of international chart-topping albums and singles including the 1993 smash hit Moving On Up. Small has also had a successful solo career, with hits including Proud, which was the official song of the 2012 London Olympics bid.

Nocturne Live 2024:

Thursday 13 June
Chaka Khan
Sister Sledge
Fatback Band

Friday 14 June
Soft Cell
Heather Small – The Voice of M People
Heaven 17

Saturday 15 June

Melanie C
Shaznay Lewis

Sunday 16 June
Crowded House
Sheryl Crow
Turin Brakes

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