RNB Fridays Live growing


Performing plenty of crowd favourites and timeless anthems, En Vogue will be among the stars gracing the stage for the two 2017 RNB Fridays Live shows at Qudos Bank Arena in October.

Story appeared in: Review | August 21st, 2017



STRONG demand has seen RNB Fridays Live add an extra Sydney concert and tickets are now on sale for both shows at Qudos Bank Arena on October 12 and 13.
Returning with a new line up of stars for their second year, the concert features some of the very best RnB acts from the '90s through to now.
With every performer loaded in talent, the six-hour spectacular includes a string of RnB anthems pumping from the moment doors open until the last person drops the mic.
The 2017 show's line-up includes Craig David, NE-YO, Sean Paul, Kelly Rowland, Kelis, En Vogue, Mario, Christina Milian, Monifah, Ruff Endz, DJ Horizon, and special host and performer Fatman Scoop.
For more information, head to rnbfridayslive.com, or for tickets call 132 849 or visit ticketek.com.au.

UK rockers to fire up fans
RETURNING for their first national headline tour in 11 years, Placebo will play at Qudos Bank Arena on Saturday, September 9, from 7.30pm.
The English alternative rock duo, known for their incendiary live shows, have sold out arena tours and headlined festivals in over 70 countries on six continents throughout their career, playing to over one million people on their last album tour alone.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of their platinum selling self-titled debut album, Brian Molko and Stefan Olsdal's retrospective album A Place For Us To Dream - 20 Years Of Placebo includes their latest single Jesus' Son.
Placebo will be supported by fellow UK rockers Deaf Havana, who are riding high on the back of their recent UK top five album All These Countless Night, featuring the single Trigger.
Tickets call 132 849 or visit ticketek.com.au.

Bros kicks off reunion tour
BROTHERS Matt and Luke Goss, who have not played together since a massive concert at Wembley Stadium in 1989, kicked off their reunion world tour in the UK on Saturday.
Australian fans will have a chance to see Bros at Qudos Banks Arena on November 4.
Propelled by their smash hit When Will I Be Famous when Bros toured Australia in 1988 their presence caused pandemonium, and the siblings have fond memories of their last trip down under.
"One of the most memorable moments for me in Bros was our Australian tour, we were so welcomed, it felt like home and the fans were fantastic, we hope to see them all in Sydney this November," Matt said.
Details and bookings, 132 849 or ticketek.com.



comments powered by Disqus
Publication: Review | Section: Entertainment | Author: Kim Palmer | Story ID: 130490 | Viewcount: 106

Site