We’ve got tickets to the Hampton Court Palace Festival, featuring Westlife, Kerry Ellis, Brian May, The Australian Pink Floyd and more!

“One of the capital’s most intimate and musically eclectic festivals” – Evening Standard

Westlife will be bringing their Gravity tour to Hampton Court Palace. Fans will be treated to songs from their early days, as well as their hit singles and songs from the latest album.

Kerry Ellis, billed as one of the most thrilling vocal talents on today’s West End stage joined forces with founding member of Queen, Brian May, for the album Anthems, for which May produced and wrote new material. The album charted Top 20 in its first week of release. Now they will bring their highly successful collaboration to the Festival for a special one off – Anthems at Hampton Court.

The Australian Pink Floyd show has been heralded by The Times as “perfect in just about every way” and the Sunday Times as “the best tribute band in the world.” With quadraphonic sound, 3D visuals and brand new laser and light show, the band revisits the magic of Pink Floyd. With over 3 million tickets sold world-wide, this global spectacular is sure to sell out quickly.

They join, international rock icon Bryan Adams (SOLD OUT) who will perform songs from his critically acclaimed acoustic CD Bare Bones, Beatle Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band and James Blunt, who will make his debut appearance at the Festival. They join Simple Minds, America’s legendary singer-songwriter Don McLean, forever associated with American Pie, Vincent (Starry, Starry Night) and Festival favourite Jools Holland, returning with his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra featuring Gilson Lavis, special guest star Sandie Shaw, and guest vocalists Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall.

Alfie Boe will headline the Festival Finale & Fireworks and will be joined by soprano Natasha Marsh and the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra all under the watchful eye of conductor Richard Balcombe. In a mixed programme from his repertoire, Alfie will delight the audience with both classical pieces and show stoppers such as Bring Him Home from Les Miserables, Some Enchanted Evening from South Pacific and On the Street Where You Live from My Fair Lady. Bringing the 2011 Festival to a rousing finish, guests will also be treated to a stunning display of spectacular fireworks over the River Thames.

TNT’s got a pair of tickets to the each of the Australian Pink Floyd (13 June) and Kerry Ellis & Brian May Anthems (11 June) shows. When you enter, tell us which one you’d like to see.