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Olly Murs Live at Singleton Park

Start Date: 05 June 2021
End Date: 05 June 2021

Olly Murs will kick start his UK Tour by headlining an outdoor set at Singleton Park in Swansea this summer.

As much of 2020 was a wash out for outdoor music event this is a fab chance to treat the kids and watch Olly Murs perform his biggest hits, including some tracks from his triple platinum album Never Been Better.

Olly’s Singleton Park performance is going to be part of the DEPOT’s one day, family-friendly music festival, DEPOT in the Park.

You can order your tickets worry free from Ticketmaster via the link below, so if due to covid the event is cancelled or postponed you wont lose your money! 

 

Where

Singleton Park
Mumbles Road
Sketty
Swansea
SA2 8PY

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Time

12noon until 11pm

 

Price

Adult £77.55
Teen (14 to 17 year olds) £33.00
Junior (6 to 13 year olds) £22.00
Infant (o to 5 year old) £5.50

All tickets holders 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult. 1 adult per 3 patrons 16 and under.

 

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