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Boyzlife: Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy

Tickets on sale 8 March

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Lead vocalists from two of the world’s best-loved boy bands, Boyzone & Westlife, combine for one amazing concert series BOYZLIFE.

Performing the biggest hits from their bands’ repertoires, Brian McFadden (Westlife) and Keith Duffy (Boyzone), concerts will be staged in Auckland, Hamilton, Palmerston North and Christchurch this May.
Tickets on sale to general public Thursday, 8 March. Waitlist for pre-sale today using this link

The BOYZLIFE show is the kind of evening that boy band fans dream of. The event brings together members of two of the biggest boy bands in history, Boyzone and Westlife, to share stories, laughter, and of course, some of the biggest chart hits.

With Westlife, Brian McFadden enjoyed 12 UK and Ireland number ones, including a record breaking seven top spots in a row. The band also boasts four number 1 albums and over 30 million in total record sales. Since then Brian has enjoyed international solo success, including a UK number 1 with Real to Me.

With Boyzone, Keith Duffy has enjoyed similar success, including six UK number one singles and 16 out of 17 of their first single releases making the top 5. With five number one albums also to their credit, Boyzone achieved worldwide sales of over 25 million.

Together, these giants of the pop charts will lift the lid on the highs and lows on their road to stardom and pros and cons of life in the spotlight. The lifelong friends will also perform some of the huge hits that have brought them so much success.

This unmissable BOYZLIFE show has already been performed for over 20,000 adoring fans since the pair came together last year, and with the Boyzlife II tour, the story continues, with untold tales and even more classic hits performed by the pair.

For media inquiries, contact Sandra Roberts 021 525104 | Sandra@skip.co.nz
Publicity photos available for download here


TOUR DETAILS

10 MAY Auckland Bruce Mason Centre Ticketmaster
11 MAY Hamilton Claudelands Arena (Heaphy Room) Ticketek
12 MAY Palmerston North Regent on Broadway Ticket Direct
13 MAY Christchurch Isaac Theatre Royal Ticketek


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