Proms on the Pitch: We’re good to go!

Following the government’s recent announcement, we’re pleased to confirm that Uckfield’s Proms on the Pitch is going ahead as scheduled on Saturday 17th July.

The event is outside, very spacious and will be following all government guidelines for both the public and performers.

All the groups involved are thrilled to be able to perform and it is sure to be a really special afternoon of excellent music.

The best way to support the event is to book tickets early.

You can do that, and read more about the wonderful programme, plus practical information including what we’re doing in relation to Covid, on the website

Talented line-up

Proms on the Pitch has lined up the best of local talent to ensure a summertime musical celebration with grand fireworks finale.

The event at Uckfield Rugby Club features Uckfield Concert Brass with special guest performances, local singers and theatre groups.

Gates open at 4pm, with music starting at 5.45pm.

The event closes with traditional prom night favourites led by internationally-renowned soprano, Jo Appleby, and accompanied by spectacular fireworks from Uckfield Bonfire and Carnival Society.

Bigger and better

Proms on the Pitch has become a popular climax to the annual Uckfield festival. Now in its third year, the event is set to be bigger and better than ever.

The town’s Uckfield Concert Brass promises an upbeat selection of entertaining music. The band’s programme includes favourites such as Superman, Bohemian Rhapsody, Summertime and Over the Rainbow, along with Prom night favourites Jerusalem, Rule Britannia and Pomp and Circumstance.

The audience can also expect a compelling performance from Jo Appleby, who has toured with Dame Shirley Bassey, Sir Cliff Richard and the multi-platinum classical crossover group Amici Forever.

Brighton-based The Flat Pack, which appeared on ITV’s The Voice, will bring a touch of Sinatra magic with its three-part vocal harmony.

And look out for: Cantando Ensemble, a unique Sussex cappella group; local singer and performer Tom Wasels; Uckfield Theatre Guild, which has been performing musicals since 1995; Uckfield Rugby Stagers; and Uckfield Holy Cross Choir.

A fantastic selection of food and drinks will be available to buy, including Harveys beers, wood-fired pizza, barista coffees and local ice creams. Bring your own chairs and rugs. Ample free parking available.

Event details

Saturday 17 July 2021

Uckfield Rugby Club, Hempstead Playing Fields, Nevil Road, Uckfield TN22 1LX

Gates open 4pm.

Event ends at 10pm

Tickets: Adults £8 in advance or £10 on the gate. Children free

Visit for more info and to book tickets

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