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Friday 1 August 2014

Bryan Ferry's river peformance

Bryan Ferry will open the Henley Festival

Bryan Ferry is taking to the River Thames to perform on the floating stage at this year's Henley Festival.

The Jacksons, brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon are also on the line-up for the festival this July.

The Jacksons said: "We are thrilled and honoured to be performing at the historic Henley Festival. This is sure to be a highlight of the summer for us and for the fans as well. We look forward to putting on a great and memorable show for all of the attendees."

Bryan Ferry will open the festival on Wednesday July 9, with crooner Burt Bacharach and Joss Stone also on the line-up.

Joss said: "I am really looking forward to performing at the Henley Festival, to play such a beautiful location will make it a very special day."

Burt said: "I am very pleased to have been invited to headline the Henley Festival this July. I'm looking forward to performing in such a beautiful location and on the festival's floating stage."

The closing act for Sunday July 13 is yet to be announced.

The glamorous black-tie festival will also feature fine food, comedy shows, art and sculpture exhibitions and quirky street theatre .

Tickets will be available from March 24 2014 at www.henley-festival.co.uk

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