ROCK band Supergrass are set to take over the grounds of Englefield Estate as concert headliners this summer.

The group, that formed in 1993 in nearby Oxford, is looking forward to headlining the 'amazing outdoor setting' at the West Berkshire venue on Friday, July 23.

It comes as part of the Heritage Live Concert Series for 2021 and the return of live music after lockdown.

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Supergrass said: "We hope our friends in Berkshire and nearby Oxfordshire can come along to this amazing outdoor setting for our show. A big welcome to the mighty Feeder and Sports Team... We can’t wait for it."

Joining the line up will be Welsh band Feeder and 6-piece band Sports Team.

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Gates to the event open at 4pm, with music starting at 6pm and is expected to end at 11pm.

Pre-sale tickets will be available Wednesday, May 5, at 9am and go on general sale from Friday, May 7, from 9am.

Today's announcement comes after the event revealed Boy George and Culture Club will be staging a performance at Englefield Estate on Saturday, July 24.

The group will be joined by even more big names including Lulu, Kim Wilde, Gabrielle, and DJ Fat Tony.

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Singer Russell Watson will also be performing at Englefield House on Sunday, July 25, as part of the Heritage Live Concert Series - alongside the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and special guests The NHS Choir.

Heritage Live concerts are staged at some of England’s most beautiful and culturally significant venues, alongside Englefield other venues have included Kenwood on London’s Hampstead Heath and Audley End House & Gardens in Essex.

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