Once In A Lifetime – The Final Tour
The Osmonds, Showaddywaddy, David Essex and Les Mckeown’s Legendary Bay City Rollers come to the first direct arena, Leeds, Phones 4u Arena, Manchester and the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle.
Once In A Lifetime – The Final Tour is the very last chance to see your favourite acts together all on one stage, and the tour is coming next Summer. This tour features US sensations The Osmonds, the iconic David Essex, as well as Showaddywaddy & Les Mckeown’s Legendary Bay City Rollers.
Tickets for Once In A Lifetime go on sale this Friday 18 October 2013.
For over five decades The Osmond Brothers have been entertaining sold out crowds throughout the world. This tour will see them perform many of their unforgettable hits – from classics such as One Bad Apple, Down By The Lazy River, Let Me In, The Proud One, Goin Home and Love Me For A Reason to Crazy Horses and Long Haired Lover From Liverpool – the 1972 number one hit from Jimmy.
From hit records to hit musicals David Essex OBE has had one of the most enduring careers in music – lasting over 40 years to date. His breadth of hits include two number one’s – Gonna Make U A Star and Hold Me Close – and other top ten hits include Rock On, Lamplight, Stardust, Oh What A Circus, Brave New World, Silver Dream Machine and A Winter’s Tale.
Showaddywaddy have long been established as Europe’s most successful ever exponents of retro-inspired rock & roll. They have had 23 Top 40 hit singles including the 10 Top five hits Under The Moon of Love, When, You Got What It Takes, 3 Steps To Heaven, and Hey Rock & Roll.
Les McKeowen’s Legendary Bay City Rollers’ music became the soundtrack for a generation of teenagers growing up in the mid 70’s. The face and voice of that soundtrack belonged to Les McKeown. The band’s singles and albums shot to the number spot all over the globe. Massive hits such as Bye Bye Baby, Shang A Lang, Summer Love Sensation, I Only Want To Be With You, All Of Me Loves All Of You and Give A Little Love (to name just a few) propelled the band to world-wide superstardom and their trademark Scottish tartan was to be seen everywhere across the planet.