With “Prommers” tickets costing only £7.12 on the day, there are plenty of chances to get your live music fix in person at the Royal Albert Hall. Performers range from stalwarts such as BBC Symphony Orchestra to relative newcomers like Ghanaian-American singer-songwriter Moses Sumney. There really is something for everyone.
But if you can’t get to the Royal Albert Hall, there are plenty of other options to keep your eyes and ears duly satisfied.
So if music be the food of love, feast upon this year’s festival - here are all the ways you can enjoy the BBC Proms 2021.
Live BBC channels
If you can’t catch the concerts on live television, they will also be available to view on iPlayer after the event.
BBC Radio 3
If you miss them live, you can find them later on BBC Sounds. Here’s a list of episodes available now.
The BBC Proms website
For all the information you need in one place, head to the Proms website. You can find the link here.
Lastly, for a glimpse behind the scenes or to learn more about the music on offer, find the Proms on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.
— BBC Proms (@bbcproms) August 3, 2021
The BBC Proms 2021 are at the Royal Albert Hall until September 11, with 52 concerts featuring over 2,000 musicians.