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- Posted:Monday, July 19, 2010
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Those who want to catch the performer in action might like to book a London hostel as Holland performs at the Greenwich Summer Sessions, which begins on Wednesday (July 21st).
He will be playing alongside his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, featuring Gilson Lavis and other guests such as Ruby Turner, Alison Moyet and Louise Marshall on Friday.
Tickets are available for £32.50 while those living in Greenwich, who will not require a hostel in London, can pay just £27.50 to enter.
There will be three other music events taking place over the course of the festival which includes the chance to check out English indie band Athlete.
Fans of the group can catch them in action on Saturday with the doors opening at 14:00 BST and they will also be joined by some special guests.
On Thursday, the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra will take to the stage and perform their Music for a summer's evening score, conducted by Timothy Redmond.
People who are coming from abroad to see the festival may like to check out this concert as it is something typically British to see, while parents might be interested to note that there is a special kids rate of £15 for those aged 16 and under.
Another music event taking place later this year which may be worth attending for those more interested in heavy metal is Ozzfest, which is on at the O2 on September 18th.
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