Bedford Park Concerts announces ambassador programme with free tickets up for grabs

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Rita Ora Live in Bedford Park banner 27 July 2019
Rita Ora will play Bedford Park on 27 July.

Bedford Park Concerts, who are bringing Rita Ora, Café Mambo, and their annual Bedford Park Proms to town this summer, have announced an ambassador programme which could get you free entry into their concerts.

The idea is that local Bedfordians who help the team reach concert goers far and wide, and sell tickets, can earn points that can be exchanged for things like: bar tabs, VIP upgrades and free tickets.

The concerts will take place over the weekend of 26-28 July in Bedford Park.

Cafe Mambo Bedford Park Concerts banner
The likes of Todd Terry, Maxi Jazz and Judge Jules will be in Bedford Park on 26 July with Cafe Mambo.

Bedford Park Concerts have been devised and produced by local man Mark Harrison for over 20 years.

As passionate events and music lovers, Mark and his team say they wanted as many Bedfordians as possible to experience and enjoy the concerts and events that are staged.

Mark said: “Since the concerts started I have wanted them to be something for all, embracing the music, but also the style, the production and the friendliness of these events.

“In the past six years we have attracted top of the range music acts ranging from Tom Jones, Jess Glynne and this year Rita Ora, all of which require an increased level of production to put on the ‘show’ that they are so well known for.

“As such, continuing our ethos of making the concerts for all, we have started the Ambassador programme which can enable participants to join us at the events along with their friends too.

“These events are for Bedford and the surrounding areas, so here is an opportunity for all to get involved and enjoy the great concerts coming to Bedford”

To find out more, head to Bedford Park Concerts’ Facebook page.

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