Paloma Faith announces Thetford Forest date as part of Forestry Commission’s concert series
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Paloma Faith will perform at Thetford Forest this summer for Forest Live, the concert series run by the Forestry Commission.
She comes to Thetford on Saturday, July 4 – and tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday.
Paloma’s third album A Perfect Contradiction was one of the huge success stories of 2014 and her fastest selling album to date, certified platinum and scoring hit singles with Only Love Can Hurt Like This and Can’t Rely On You.
As a side project she notched up her first number one collaborating with British drum and bass duo Sigma on the single Changing.
Debut album Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful? and follow-up Fall To Grace have also contributed to sales of more than 1.7 million in the UK alone.
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Commenting on the concert, Paloma said: “I am so excited to do the forest tour. I did it before and had such a wonderful time.
“We are very lucky in Britain to have such a beautiful and diverse landscape and I am excited to play for you there again.
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“See you all in the summer. ”
Income generated from ticket sales is spent on protecting, improving and expanding England’s forests and woodlands and increasing their value to people and wildlife.
Over Forest Live’s 14-year history, money raised has contributed to a wide range of projects, from wildlife conservation to making improvements for visitors.
Tickets cost £38.50 (plus £3.85 booking fee). To purchase, contact the Forestry Commission box office on 03000 680400 or visit www.forestry.gov.uk/music