Music At Knebworth
Music has featured throughout Knebworth’s history. The old hall was alive with music in the Sixties – that’s the 1760s – when Scotland’s foremost composer of that century, James Oswald was married to Leonora Lytton and composing popular hits such as “Knebworth Jig”
(performed here by Snake Davis www.snakedavis.com).
Since the early 1980s Knebworth House has also been a popular venue for music videos, including The Simple Minds’ “Don’t You Forget About Me”, as used in the cult movie “The Breakfast Club”.
Simple Minds – Don’t You (Forget About Me)
Glass City Vice – ‘Have To Say’ (Official Video)
Shakin’ Stevens – It’s Late
Mad World by Tears For Fears Original HQ 1983
Here in the 21st Century, Knebworth Park is internationally known as Britain’s largest music venue, and the British home of classic rock. Alongside its headline shows, Knebworth Park is proud to be home to the UK leg of the Sonisphere Festival.
For a full list of Knebworth concerts see:
KNEBWORTH – The Stately Home of Rock
For highlights of Knebworth concerts see:
KNEBWORTH – YouTube Playlist
For images of the Robbie Williams concert see:
Robbie Williams – Live at Knebworth
See our online shop for concert memorabilia.
Henry Lytton-Cobbold remembers 40 years of music history at Knebworth House.
In 2014 Knebworth Park celebrated 40 years of its classic concerts. On July 1st, a unique gathering at Knebworth House brought together promoters, crew and key people from behind the scenes of every one of these shows. DJ Nicky Horne compered many of the early concerts – listen to Nicky’s report of this special anniversary event, as broadcast on his Classic Rock Magazine Show on TeamRock Radio.
Robbie williams angels live at knebworth, England
Oasis – Champagne Supernova (Live at Knebworth)
Led Zeppelin – Knebworth 1979 (crowd film)
SONISPHERE KNEBWORTH UK 2010 – pro-shot highlights
Pink Floyd – Knebworth 1975 – Unseen Video