Olly Murs announced for Cork's Live At The Marquee 2021!
A brand new show has been added to the line up for next year's Live At The Marquee event.
Olly Murs today announces a huge 25 date tour for next summer including shows at Live At Botanic Gardens in Belfast on 7 June and Cork Live At The Marquee on 8 June.
With much of 2020 coming to a standstill due to the Covid-19 pandemic, next year’s shows aim to put a smile back on everyone’s face when he will perform his biggest hits, including tracks from his recently certified triple platinum album ‘Never Been Better’.
It’s still been a busy year for Olly, who recently captained England in this year's Soccer Aid, and is looking to retain his crown as winning judge on his third series of The Voice, which has currently been postponed at the semi final stages. In lockdown, he also managed an impressive body transformation, working closely with personal trainer Rob Solly, and sharing his fitness routine exclusively with Men’s Health.
Olly is also working on new music to be shared next year.
Tickets for Olly Murs live in Belfast and Cork on sale Friday 9th October at 9am from Ticketmaster.
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