Olly Murs Logo Kings Park Bournemouth 2017
Olly Murs LogoKings Park Bournemouth 2017
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Olly Murs Tickets Selling Fast

December 2016

Tickets for pop idol Olly Murs’ big outdoor concert in Kings Park, Bournemouth, on Saturday, August 5 are selling rapidly, but are still available.

Up to 10,000 fans are likely to see Olly, whose latest album 24 Hrs was his fourth consecutive number one hit.

The popular singer-songwriter is one of British music’s biggest stars with record sales exceeding 10 million and demand for Kings Park tickets has been high.

Promoter Stephen McManus said: “Olly has really been in the public eye recently with lots of TV appearances on the likes of Graham Norton, Strictly Come Dancing and The National Lottery Show.

“That has really ratcheted up demand and our ticket outlets have been inundated with requests to see one of Britain’s very best live performers.

“Therefore, we have now released a second tranche of tickets for both general admission and the Golden Circle, but these are sure to prove popular.”

Entry tickets for Kings Park are £39.50 with Golden Circle pit tickets at £55, both subject to a booking fee. There is a limited availability of VIP Lounge hospitality tickets with facilities in an exclusive private hospitality area in the arena, including Premium Golden Circle tickets, two-course barbecue, complimentary bar until 8pm, host/hostess service and VIP car parking and badges. Price is £199+VAT (children under 12 £150 incl VAT).

To book tickets go to http://ollyinthepark.co.uk

For hospitality bookings call 01202 255161.

Olly, 32, shot to fame on the X Factor in 2009 finishing second to Joe McElderry with Stacey Solomon third.

His big singles include Dance With Me Tonight, Troublemaker, Heart Skips A Beat and Dear Darlin’.

His varied career to date has included his own TV shows, presenting the X Factor and Xtra Factor, being appointed an FA ambassador, hosting sports shows and videos, writing books and spending five nights in the Kenyan desert for charity.

Last summer he performed to 65,000 people in Hyde Park as a guest of Take That.