Concert-goers can get the best seat in town in the VIP section from £40 for a table of four in front of the stage.
There will also be the chance for people to see a special greeting shown on the big screens for £10, while residents and businesses can also sponsor a song or piece of music which will be dedicated to them on the night.
Beth Osman, Heritage Parks Manager, said:
“If you want to enjoy the event of the summer in style, then VIP tables are a fantastic way to make the evening special for all your family and friends and from just £40 for a table of four, it is fantastic price. To book any of our offers, call 01543 308866, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.”
This year, the show will be compered by Lichfield Town Crier Ken Knowles and local thespian Craig Allen.
The free concert will feature the 65-piece British Police Symphony Orchestra with guest conductor Matthew Taylor. Local singers Joanne Mayling, Paul Roberts and voices-in-harmony group Bella Musica! will join the orchestra on stage to perform a number of songs.
A spokesperson for the event added:
“The fantastic line-up has something for everybody with a variety of classical music and show tunes – from The Planets and You’ll Never Walk Alone through to Rule Britannia and Jerusalem.
“Food and drink will be available to buy on site, including a hog roast and wine tent, but to ensure everyone can enjoy the event in safety, barbecues are not permitted.”
Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park takes place on September 4.