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Alexandra Burke to perform at Warwick Castle
Alexandra Burke and Olly Murs are to perform at Warwick Castle.
The two former 'X Factor' stars will play the first night of The Great British Weekend, a three-day festival at the venue in the British midlands which takes place between 15 and 17 July and will see a diverse range of performers across the weekend.
Alexandra said: "I'm very excited about performing at Warwick Castle this summer, it's a stunning venue to play and having the castle as a backdrop is going to be incredible. I'm also looking forward to catching up with Olly, it will be a bit of an 'X factor' reunion."
The event - which is in its 13th year - will see Wynne Evans perform on the second Proms night with the English National Orchestra, with renowned theatre conductor Jae Alexander overseeing proceedings.
The final night is billed as a soul and disco extravaganza, with a 10-piece band and dancers giving a performance of music made famous by late 'Thriller' hitmaker Michael Jackson.
For more information, visit www.warwick-castle.com.Posted on 23 May 2011 16:15 to category : Music News
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