KEEPING LORD'S WORLD CLASS
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Number-one selling artist Bryan Ferry will perform in the Lord's Long Room at the Club's Bicentenary Gala Ball on Friday 17 October and at a MCC Members' Ball on Saturday 18 October.
Ferry has enjoyed a glittering career with band Roxy Music and as a solo artist, selling more than 30 million albums worldwide.
He will be the star attraction at the Bicentenary event which will take place in the historic Pavilion and in a specially erected Marquee on the outfield.
The balls will include a champagne and canape reception and will be followed by a four-course meal, served with wines and port and brandy, all with spectacular views around the Home of Cricket.
The concert will then take place in the historic Long Room until 1:30am, with Ferry the main attraction and covers band Cover Up also providing live entertainment.
Tickets for both historic evenings are available to buy now.
Tickets for the public ball, for which the dress code is black tie for gentlemen and formal attire for ladies, on Friday 17 October are available to buy online now.
MCC Members may apply for up to ten tickets for their ball, which is white tie, which can also be purchased online at mccshop.lords.org via the Lord's Bicentenary > Celebration Events section or by completing this form and sending it to the Club Events Department, either by email or by post to Lord’s.