Save 47% off Diana Ross tickets at Longleat – but you'll need to be fast | The Sun

DIANA Ross is on tour, and if you missed her at Glastonbury now's your chance.

Best of all, there's 47% off tickets with this incredible offer.

  • Save 47% on Diana Ross tickets – click here

The legendary Diana Ross is playing Longleat, as part of her UK tour and here's how you can get involved.

Wowcher are selling tickets from just £39, so if you fancy seeing the iconic diva in a historic setting now is your chance.

Performing this Friday, July 1, tickets currently have 47% off and are available here, but you'll need to be fast as you don't have long.

You can't hurry love but you can hurry to buy these tickets.


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Fresh from her huge legends slot performance at Glastonbury Festival, the legendary diva will perform at Longleat.

One of the most successful artists of all time, from her landmark days in The Supremes to to her incredible solo days, she is not to be missed.

With an outstanding career of over 70 hit singles, including ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’, ‘I’m Coming Out’, ‘Stop! In The Name of Love’, ‘Upside Down’, ‘I’m Still Waiting’ and ‘Chain Reaction’ – the show is sure to be packed with hits.

Already announced to perform as part of Live At Longleat are Tom Jones on 23rd June, Simply Red on 24th June, Ball & Boe on 28th June, and Tears for Fears on 2nd July.

There ain't no mountain high enough to stop us from being there.



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