MUSIC Icons Duran Duran have announced a new outdoor show in North Yorkshire as part of a brand-new concert series.

The British band is set to play at Castle Howard in North Yorkshire in support of their new album “Future Past” next year.

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Reportedly this will be the first in a brand new concert series taking place at the estate.

Tickets for the concert will go on-sale on Friday December 10 at 10am, with a pre-sale beginning on Wednesday December 8.

The grade I listed building was built on the site of a former castle and has been home to the Carlisle branch of the Howard family for more than 300 years.

The castle has appeared on-screen in the 1981 and 2008 adaptions of Brideshead Revisited, and more recently in the Netflix series Bridgerton.

The Honourable Nick Howard, co-chairman at Castle Howard, said: “It’s a delight to welcome Duran Duran to Castle Howard.

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“The breath-taking south front of the house will form a perfect backdrop for them to perform their timeless songs and transport us into the world of Duran Duran.'  


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