The lowdown on how to get tickets for the BBC Proms 2018

THE BBC Proms are an annual celebration of the best classical music artists around Britain.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2021 event including venues and how to get tickets

 Sakari Oramo making the conductor's speech at the Last Night Of The Proms 2017

Sakari Oramo making the conductor’s speech at the Last Night Of The Proms 2017Krediet: BBC/Chris Christodoulou

When are the BBC proms 2021? How can I get tickets?

Die BBC proms 2021 will take place from July 30 – September 11 2021.

The annual festival includes a mixture of classical and world music as well as contemporary artists who perform at the Proms In The Park events.

Tickets for the Royal Albert Hall performances are now on sale and can be purchased online via the venue’s Amptelike webwerf.

A booking fee of 2% of the total value (plus £2.00 per ticket up to a maximum of £25.00 per booking) applies.

Tickets can be purchased separately for each event and range between £9-£50weekend, day and season promming passes are also available.

Sadly this year’s Proms in the Park events in London’s Hyde Park as well as Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland has been cancelled due to the pandemic.

 Rick Astley performed in Hyde Park for Proms In The Park 2016

Rick Astley performed in Hyde Park for Proms In The Park 2016Krediet: 2016 Jo Hale

What venues are hosting the BBC proms 2021?

The London venues which are hosting the celebrations are

  • Royal Albert Hall
  • Cadogan Hall

What are the highlights of the BBC Proms 2021 skedule?

The BBC proms include various events at the Royal Albert Hall including

Julie 30: First Night Of The Proms

Augustus 1: An Evening of Mozart with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Augustus 7: Nicola Benedetti and the NYOGB

Augustus 11: Stravinsky from Memory

Augustus 14: Víkingur Ólafsson Plays Bach and Mozart

Augustus 17: Manchester Collective

Augustus 22: Sir Simon Rattle Conducts the London Symphony Orchestra

Augustus 24: Chineke! Orchestra

September 6:BBC Concert Orchestra & James McVinnie