Listen to live music from The Trembling Wilburys in the beautiful surroundings of Painshill’s tree lined Amphitheatre.
The Trembling Wilburys
The Traveling Wilburys never played live as sadly the great “Big O” (Roy Orbison) passed away shortly after the release of their debut album “Volume 1” in late 1988.
Luckily, the Trembling Wilburys can bring you their version of the “show that never was” with an incredibly uplifting 90-minutes plus of fantastic music. In addition, the band features two of the most acclaimed sound-alikes of any tribute act with John Brosnan (of the “Let It Be” stage show) performing as George Harrison, while Dave Collison perfectly captures Roy Orbison’s unique vocal range and look.
Painshill will be open 5.30pm until 9pm (last entry 8pm) and the music will start at around 7pm.
Each night alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be on offer from Corks Occasions.
Painshill Live Music Lates media partner is BBC Radio Surrey
In true British style the event will go ahead whatever the weather and cover or shade is not available. Please consider that carefully when making your booking.
Dogs are allowed at this event (on short leads at all times).
Alcoholic drinks and soft drinks will be available to purchase from the bar at the event. Please do not bring alcohol into the event. Painshill reserves the right to request a search of customers’ bags and prevent the admission of guests carrying alcohol or suspected of carrying alcohol.
Artists may be subject to change. Please note that if an artist/band is not able to perform on the advertised date and are replaced by another act, refunds or transfers will not be available. Refunds will only be issued if Painshill decides to cancel the events due to insufficient numbers or exceptional circumstances.
Painshill will continue to adhere to and follow the latest Covid-19 government guidance.
Painshill reserves the right to amend or change the above event details.
Organised in aid of Painshill Park Trust Limited, registered charity in England and Wales (284944). We rely on fundraising to preserve and maintain Painshill for future generations so your support is very important to us.