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Valentine’s Day concert to be held at Wembley Park with free doughnuts and hot chocolate

Wembley Park will be hosting a free ‘Romance & Doughnuts’ concert this coming Valentine’s Day, an intimate, free-to-attend candlelight concert beneath Wembley Stadium’s iconic arch.

The event will take place on Tuesday 14th February from 6.30pm-7.30pm, at Wembley Park’s new bandstand, the Sound Shell, located on Olympic Way, right next to Wembley Stadium.

The concert, which is completely free to attend, will feature musicians from the world-renowned Royal Philharmonic Orchestra who are set to perform some of their famous pieces of romantic music, drawing from film, opera and classical music.

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In addition, after the performance from the Orchestra, alt-pop singer-songwriters Freddie Joon & Clayton will play original material and special renditions of popular ballads from the likes of Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Elvis Presley, and Tina Turner.

The duo, who are also a couple in real life, bring their own romantic story to the Wembley Park event, having met at a gig where they were playing in separate bands. They will be on stage and amongst many others at this special Valentine’s Day event.

Organisers say that guests and attendees at the concert will be treated to free hot chocolate and the Insta-famous doughnuts by cult Borough Market bakery Bread Ahead, based at Wembley Park.

Josh McNorton, Cultural Director, Wembley Park, said: “Wembley Park residents and visitors alike are invited to celebrate Valentine’s Day in style this year, with wonderful music, romantic lighting and London’s most famous doughnuts at our new Sound Shell. We look forward to welcoming audiences to what promises to be a spectacular performance.”

The Wembley Park Romance & Doughnuts Valentine’s Candlelight Concert will be free to attend and held on February 14th.