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Olly Murs is playing a giant outdoor gig in Kent this summer - and we want you to be there.
One of pop music's biggest and most loved stars, Olly will be live at the Hop Farm, near Paddock Wood, on Saturday, September 18, where he will be supported by HRVY.
It is the first of two concerts taking place at the Hop Farm over the weekend, with Tom Jones performing the following day on Sunday, September 19.
Olly, who has been appearing on our TV screens as a judge on The Voice, will be performing some of his biggest hits, including tracks from his recently certified triple platinum album Never Been Better.
“I'm just so happy I still get to go on tour across the UK this summer after the year we've had," said Olly.
"I can't wait to get back out and bring some positivity and fun on stage to my fans."
At 22, HRVY has had more than 800 million Spotify streams; has collaborated with international stars such as Jonas Blue and NCT Dream and has played at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend as well as making it to the final of Strictly Come Dancing, partnering Janette Manrara.
The singer, who released his debut single 'Thank You' at the age of 15, said: “When I was younger I was so confident,” he laughs. “I'd walk into the room, or it would be outside at family BBQs, and I'd be up singing to everybody. I loved performing.”
A former student at the Leigh Academy in Dartford, he added: “I’m buzzing to be joining Olly in Kent this summer. Having grown up in Kent, getting on stage with a legend like Olly Murs is what dreams are made of.”
Tickets to see Olly at the Hop Farm are available from £39.50 plus a booking fee, but we have a pair of tickets to give away. All you need to do is complete the form below.
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