Cork's RedFM Present Olly Murs Live At The Marquee 2016
Will you be getting a ticket?
OLLY MURS, one of pop music’s biggest and most loved stars, will make a welcome return to Cork next summer when he plays Live at the Marquee on 7 July 2016. Tickets go on sale this Thursday, 10 December at 9am from Ticketmaster and usual outlets.
Earlier this year Olly Murs completed 16 spectacular arena dates across the UK & Ireland, including 3 nights at 3Arena Dublin. Currently Olly is co-hosting The X Factor alongside Caroline Flack.
Olly has released four hugely successful, multi-platinum selling albums to date. His most recent album, ‘Never Been Better’ includes, ‘Wrapped Up’ (featuring Travie McCoy), ‘Let Me In’ written with Paul Weller, ‘Up’ featuring Demi Lovato, ‘Beautiful To Me’ and the Ryan Tedder gem ’Seasons’. ‘Never Been Better – Special Edition’ is now available and features Olly’s new single ‘Kiss Me’.
Tickets for OLLY MURS Live at the Marquee Cork will go on sale this Thursday 10 December at 9am
Tickets: €60.45 / €54.65 will be available from:
All usual Ticketmaster outlets
24hr Credit Card Bookings 0818 719300
Book on line www.ticketmaster.ie
Olly joins The Coronas, Lord Of The Dance, Nathan Carter & Dropkick Murphys on the Live At The Marquee line-up.
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