Boyzlife to perform host of Boyzone and Westlife hits at Ladies Night - here's how to get tickets

Stars from two of the UK’s biggest boybands are heading to County Durham next month to entertain fans.

Tuesday, 11th May 2021, 5:14 pm
Boyzlife are heading to County Durham

Boyzone’s Keith Duffy and Westlife’s Brian McFadden will perform as Boyzlife at Hardwick Hall Hotel’s Ladies Night on June 4, as part of the hotel’s popular Spring/Summer Sessions series.

Both groups enjoyed huge success in the late 90s and early 00s, with worldwide sales of more than 25 million respectively and a string of number one albums and singles.

And fans will get to hear the biggest hits from both bands when the pair take to the stage, including Love Me For A Reason, Words, When The Going Gets Tough, Flying Without Wings, You Raise Me Up and The Rose.

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North East singer-songwriter Geoff Mull will be supporting the supergroup and music lovers will also have a choice of container bars and gourmet street food vans to enjoy during the performances.

John Adamson, who owns Hardwick Hall Hotel, believes Boyzlife will put on a memorable show.

“We are delighted to have Boyzlife performing at our Outdoor Spring/Summer Sessions next month,” he said.

“The two bands had such a huge impact on the music industry so it’s no surprise that Boyzlife has been such a big hit with fans.

“It’s fantastic to be in a position to organise live events once again and we have an excellent line-up across the series, so I’m confident there is something for everyone to enjoy.”

The Outdoor Spring/Summer Sessions kicks off on May 28, with music from Killer Kollective and Oasish, with tribute acts, singalongs, family fun and X Factor stars appearing on the line-up over the following weeks.

One of the main highlights at the hotel this summer includes Hardwick Festival featuring Maximo Park, Embrace, Nile Rodgers and CHIC, Imelda May and Rebecca Ferguson and Rag’n’Bone Man.

Ladies Night is for over 18s only and tickets cost £120 for a table of four and £180 for six. There is also an option for fans to upgrade to a VIP pod for six people for £360, which includes indoor and outdoor seating and priority entry.

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