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Chart-Toppers Fifth Harmony to Headline KFC Edgefest

Chart-Toppers Fifth Harmony to Headline KFC Edgefest

The Edge, New Zealand’s hottest entertainment brand, MediaWorks and TEG Live are thrilled to announce multi-award winning hitmakers Fifth Harmony as the headline act for this summer’s biggest music festival series, KFC Edgefest.

Fifth Harmony is a four-part contemporary pop girl band who originally formed on The X Factor USA in 2012. The group has topped the New Zealand charts with their #1 song Work from Home, a track which has been streamed more than 685 million times on Spotify. Other hit Fifth Harmony tracks include: All In My Head (Flex), Miss Moving On and Worth It. The group’s accolades to date include three MTV Europe Music Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards, an American Music Award, a Billboard Women in Music award, four iHeart Radio Music Awards and six Teen Choice Awards.

Also joining Fifth Harmony in New Zealand for KFC Edgefest is English dance pop sensation Jonas Blue whose New Zealand top 20 hits include Fast Car, Perfect Strangers and Mama; plus Norwegian tropical house/pop princess Astrid S whose 2016 track Hurts So Good reached #18 in the Kiwi music charts.

KFC Edgefest will kick off in Christchurch at the Horncastle Arena on Friday 3rd November. The Festival heads to TSB Bank Arena in Wellington on Saturday 4th November, with the final event taking place in Auckland at Spark Arena on Sunday 5th November.

Performing KFC Edgefest alongside the international acts are some of New Zealand’s stellar contemporary musical talent, including hip-hop star Kings (Don’t Worry Bout It) and singer-songwriter Mitch James (Move On).

More artists will be announced in the coming weeks.

The Edge Content Director Ryan Rathbone says: “The Edge is stoked to be partnering with KFC to bring Edgefest to life. This festival is guaranteed to be the ultimate music event to kick off New Zealand’s 2017 summer in style.”

Ticketing information: Visa pre-sale: Wednesday 26th July, 9am:

Auckland Wellington Christchurch

ROVA/Ticketmaster pre-sale: Friday 28th July, 9am General on-sale: Monday 31st July, 9am www.kfcedgefest.co.nz


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