The concert by Trilogy, comprising a flautist, a violist and harpist, will be held at Manor Farm.
People will be able to pack a picnic hamper and bring along their family and friends to see the classical music concert in an open air setting.
Trilogy members said they wanted to bring the community together safely while enjoying live music.
A spokesman said: “We are determined for Trilogy’s performing opportunities to continue and cannot wait to perform the open- air concert.
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“It will be amazing to have the opportunity to keep live music going and to resume some form of normality in our lives as musicians
“The safety of our visitors is priority. There will be designated areas for families and individuals to allow for social distancing and hand sanitising will be available on site.
“We will make proactive steps to promote best practices over health and hygiene at this event, following the government guidelines.
“For your safety we recommend for everyone to wear a face covering. Toilets and parking are available and dogs are welcome on leads.”
All tickets must be purchased in advance online at trilogysummerconcert.eventbrite.co.uk (under 5s - free, children 6-16 - £5, adults - £10).