We got to the ticket office at about 0830 and found no queue at all. We paid our £11 each for day tickets which gave us unreserved seating in the rear section of the main pavilion. It sounds worse than it was; as we were among the first in we were able to choose the centre front row (unreserved) which were excellent seats. This you can see from my photos of the stage, all taken without having to stand up.
The choir we were particularly interested in following was Coro San Benildo from the Philippines, whom we had seen and liked very much in a lunchtime concert in the parish church. Here they are, performing on the main stage.
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