JLS set to play in Devon

13:14 22 March 2012

JLS come to Devon

JLS come to Devon

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Powderham Castle is delighted the “biggest boy band of a generation” has chosen their stunning venue to host the Devon leg of their summer tour on Saturday, September 1.

JLS have confirmed they will perform six massive outdoor concerts across the length and breadth of UK this summer to bring an all-new show to their biggest fans.

The immensely popular band are about to rocket their already stellar success to even greater heights with the launch of their second, aptly-titled album Outta This World, and fresh off the back of their hugely successful Sport Relief 2012 single PROUD, Aston, Marvin, Oritsé and JB are primed and ready to backflip their way into the nation’s hearts once more with this brand new stage tour.

Simon Fishwick, Estate Director of Powderham Castle told the Journal: “Powderham Castle is, without doubt, a fantastic venue for this kind of event and we feel really privileged to host one of the biggest bands in pop music today. Castle staff have been taking endless calls since tickets went on sale last Thursday. Judging by the excited interest so far we are expecting thousands of screaming fans to join us when we welcome JLS to Devon in September!’

Tickets are £33.50 plus £2.50 booking fee and P and P

Telephone 01626 890243 Monday to Friday (office hours)

Gates will open at 4pm and the concert will start at 6pm.

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