6 May, 2017 @ 20:00
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String of concerts set to animate Marbella this summer

READY TO ROCK: Foreigner

MASSIVE music stars will dazzle Marbella this summer.

Platinum-selling rockers Foreigner and US pop singer Michael Bolton are among the party-starting acts who will perform at the luxury Tennis Club Puente Romano for prices to suit all pockets.

The concerts are the latest coups of major events promoter Crazy Music Production, which brings the best live music to Marbella.

Foreigner, who wrote smash hit ‘Cold as Ice’ will get the party started on June 11 when they will play as part of their much-awaited 40th anniversary tour.

Billy Ocean, Heather Small the voice of M People and Right Said Fred will get eighties fans grooving on July 6, when they host their one-off Crazy 80s Live show.

They will be followed by US soul jazz great George Benson, who will set the night alight on July 21.

The summer showcase will reach a crescendo on August 10, when Michael Bolton takes to the stage for an emotive end of season night.

The acts are the latest coups for Crazy Music Productions founders David Giles and Martin Tye, who banded together in 2012 through their passion for music and love for Marbella.

Tickets for the shows cost from 35, with gold VIP passes including a cocktail and separate VIP entrance.

To book, go to www.crazymusicproductions.com .


Chloe Glover (Reporter)

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1 Comment

  1. Foreigner, George Benson, and Right Said Fred at a luxury tennis club, is this REALLY news? Justifying the job? Reposting press releases from rich country clubs is pretty low form guys.

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