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Live at Warwick Castle

Four exceptional music events are taking place against the backdrop of Warwick Castle’s ancient walls this July. 

From the 18th to the 21st July see The Music of Hans Zimmer vs John Williams, Mcfly, Ministry of Sound Classical and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.


Following a series of sellout shows around the globe, The Music of Hans Zimmer vs John Williams is set to do battle at its most iconic venue yet, Warwick Castle, for an unforgettable outdoor picnic concert.

Watch in awe as The London Concert Orchestra perform epic scores celebrating the two greatest film composers of all time. As the sun sets beyond the castle towers, be transported to cinematic worlds through sound.

Bring along your own picnic or indulge in the delectable offerings from our open-air bars and street food stalls. Settle in for an enchanting evening under the stars followed by a breathtaking firework finale, set to light the nights sky beyond this beautiful backdrop, worthy of a Hollywood film!

E.T.   Harry Potter   Jurassic Park
Star Wars   Inception  Da Vinci Code
Pirates of the Caribbean  Batman Begins
The Dark Knight Rises  Gladiator
Superman   Indiana Jones
Pearl Harbour   The Lion King
Top Gun   Saving Private Ryan

Conductor – Anthony Inglis
London Concert Orchestra 
Choir – Coro Spezzato


McFly are performing at a special gig at Warwick Castle this summer on Friday 19th July to celebrate their 21st Birthday.

After the stonking success of their fast-selling O2 Arena shows this Oct, they plan to celebrate the summer in style with an evening dedicated to hits and fan favourites from the past twenty-one years for a gig not to be missed by any McFly fans, set within the stunning grounds of the iconic Warwick Castle.

It’s been 21 years since McFly first formed, a journey which has taken them from their breakthrough hit ‘Five Colours In Her Hair’ to last year’s full-force rock album ‘Power To Play’. Along the way Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd have scored seven #1 singles, seven Top 10 albums, 10 million sales, a BRIT Award, sold-out countless arena shows and still remain the youngest band to ever have a debut album go straight to number 1, beating The Beatles.

Harry Judd says, “It’s crazy to think that it has been 21 years since McFly was formed and we all moved into a house together! We don’t take it for granted that after all this time people still want to hear our new music and celebrate the classics with us. We can’t wait to rock the Castle!”


Join us for the greatest dance compilations of all-time featuring classic tracks re-orchestrated, reimagined, set to a euphoric laser light production, and brought to life by the stunning 50-piece London Concert Orchestra.

Over 25 years on, The Annual Classical, set to a thrilling laser light production, is brought to life by the stunning 50-piece London Concert Orchestra and sensational vocalists.

Featuring ultimate dance hits from the 90s including: The Chemical Brothers – Hey Boy Hey Girl, Dario G – Sunchyme, Faithless – Insomnia, Fatboy Slim – Right Here, Right Now and many more.


Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, plus special guests  Johnny Marr and The WAEVE (Graham Coxon & Rose Elinor Dougall)

As part of an exciting new partnership between RG Live and Merlin Entertainment, a series of unmissable shows have been announced starting with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds at Warwick Castle.

The legendary Mancunian rockstar and main songwriter of Oasis, will be heading up a massive show at the historic landmark on Sunday 21st July 2024.

In the last year, Noel has been travelling across the globe, from the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury to LA’s Greek Theatre, there’s no slowing down for one of the UK’s biggest artists.

Noel will be performing classic hits from his back catalogue and international best-selling albums. His 2023 studio album, ‘Council Skies,’ was released in June 2023 and has been met with global critical acclaim citing it as his strongest body of work to date.

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