Cork's RedFM Presents The Corrs Live At The Marquee 2016
The Corrs are back and it’s like they’ve never been away!
The Corrs confirm summer show at Live At The Marquee
Currently touring around Ireland and the UK, The Corrs have confirmed they will play a summer date at Live At The Marquee in Cork on Thursday 9 June. Tickets go on sale Thursday 4 February at 9am from all usual outlets.
The Corrs – Andrea (lead vocals), Sharon (violin, vocals), Caroline (drums, piano, vocals), Jim (guitar, piano, vocals)- have sold over 30 million albums since their 1995 debut ‘Forgiven Not Forgotten’. The sound of the Corrs is unique, an enchanting mix of traditional Celtic music with a pop rock twist. Over the last ten years they have spent time with their families while Sharon and Andrea also pursued solo careers.
In November last year, the Band released the brand new studio Album ‘White Light’, their first major album release since ‘Borrowed Heaven’ in 2004 and the subsequent world tour.
Tickets for THE CORRS at Live at the Marquee Cork will go on sale this Thursday 4 February at 9.00am from:-
All usual Ticketmaster outlets
24hr Credit Card Bookings 0818 719300
Book on line www.ticketmaster.ie
FOR MORE CONCERT INFORMATION CHECK www.aikenpromotions.com
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