Blue and Atomic Kitten double bill at Scarborough Open Air Theatre

December 8th, 2014  |  Published in Antony Costa, Atomic Kitten, Latest, Liz McClarnon, Press

Two of Britain’s most successful pop groups will come together for one big show at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Saturday 29 August 2015.

Blue and Atomic Kitten will star on the same stage on the same night in a pop spectacular that is sure to have the audience on their feet and will feature the bands’ biggest hits of the last 15 years.

As boy band Blue, Antony Costa, Duncan James, Lee Ryan and Simon Webbe have sold 15 million albums worldwide since they were catapulted to fame in 2001 with their Top 5 single, All Rise.  They have had three Number 1 albums, scored highly-respectable collaborations with Elton John and Stevie Wonder, and even represented the UK in 2011 at the Eurovision Song Contest.

In the last year alone, Blue has played over 170 shows and events and the next 12 months are set to be even bigger.  In 2015 the band will hit the screens with a new reality ITV show, which will follow the boys’ trials and tribulations as they attempt to run a bar in Ibiza.

Blue’s last album, Roulette, was a collaboration with Grammy-winning producer RedOne, who has crafted global hits for Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj.  The new album is set to reignite the band’s signature style of soaring emotional ballads and energetic pop productions.  The boys are well and truly back where they belong; back in the spotlight and ready to embark on their newest musical chapter.

Atomic Kitten is heading into 2015 on a fresh wave of popularity and excitement with a headlining world tour and a new album.  The all-girl band is celebrating 15 years as one of Europe’s most-loved groups.  From the moment the girls burst onto the scene with their debut single Right Now, they have been wowing audiences around the world, picking up awards and becoming the first all-girl group to hit Number 1 in the singles, albums and DVD charts simultaneously.

With a string of Number 1 and Top Ten hits and top band awards, Atomic Kitten has become synonymous with fun, glamour, beauty and some of the best pop tunes of a generation.  The line-up may have changed as band members start families and pursue other projects but Atomic Kitten is a part of UK culture and 2015 promises to be another spectacular year for Natasha Hamilton, Kerry Katona and Liz McClarnon.  Once an Atomic Kitten always an Atomic Kitten is the girls’ mantra and the stage is set for a high profile and high-octane return to the forefront of UK pop music.

Tickets for the concert, priced at £35, will go on sale from 9am, Saturday 13 December. More information about Scarborough Open Air Theatre and ticket sales can be found at www.scarboroughopenairtheatre.com.

Tickets will also be on sale at The Sands office in Scarborough’s North Bay, at tourist information centres in Filey, Scarborough and Whitby and from the Tourism Bureau. A booking fee per ticket sold will apply.

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