Irish boyband Boyzone, who consist of Ronan Keating, Keith Duffy, Mikey Graham and Shane Lynch will be taking to the home of Hampshire Cricket when they grace the stage of The Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
Since being put together by former X Factor judge Louis Walsh in 1993, Boyzone have gone on to have 21 singles in the UK top 40 singles charts, including six number ones in the form of ‘Words’, ‘A Different Beat’, ‘All That I Need’, ‘No Matter What’, ‘When The Going Gets Tough’ and the most recent chart topper, ‘You Needed Me.’ Three years ago, the Official Charts Company revealed the biggest selling singles artists in British music chart history, with Boyzone placing at 29th and the second most successful boy band in Britain, falling just behind Take That.
The four-piece will be headlining The Ageas Family Festival, which will be returning for its fourth year. Alongside family entertainment the festival will feature the Royal London One-Day Cup – Hampshire vs. Middlesex – with a headline musical performance from Boyzone following the action.
The quartet will undoubtedly treat the crowd to a vast amount of fan favourites and their biggest hits from pre- and post-breakup.
Boyzone will play The Ageas Bowl as part of Cricket Live. More detailed information and tickets can be found via this link. Tickets are currently priced at £35 for adults and £10 for children.