A NIGHT To Remember is guaranteed for lucky fans of 90s boyband chart-toppers 911 - we have tickets to be won to their reunion concert, writes Digital Editor Graham Walker.
Lee Brennan, Spike Dawbarn and Jimmy Constable formed one of the biggest pop acts of that decade with hits including A Little Bit More, Bodyshakin’, More Than A Woman, Day We Find Love and Party People.
But their first independent single release was Night To Remember, back in April 1996.
And for one night only, for the first time in over 10-years, the trio are celebrating the 15th anniversary of that release with a concert on Saturday, April 16
They are promising to perform all their big hits and fan favourite album tracks.
The lads have even promised to roll back the years and do all their old dance routines, plus a few break dancing moves.
FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN TICKETS SEE BELOW.
911 were well known for their amazing stage shows, jaw dropping dance routines and massive pop tunes.
They appeared on the front cover of every teenage magazine and became pin ups for thousands of girls around the world during their five years together.
The boy band were one of only five acts in the 90s to achieve 10 consecutive UK top 10 hit singles, eight of which were top five hits and included their platinum selling number one, A Little Bit More.
Over seven million record sales and four UK tours were notched up, performing at the likes of Wembley Arena and MEN Arena during two sell out arena tours in 1998 and 1999, playing to 70,000 fans in Singapore in 1998 during their stadium tour of Asia.
Spike and Jimmy first met each other whilst working as dancers on cult TV show, The Hitman and Her, in the early 90’s. In 1995, having already built up a strong teen following, they recruited Lee Brennan after he was recommended to them by their Scottish manager Steve Gilmour and 911 was born!
They toured schools and fast became crowd favourites on road shows - the hits followed and they began selling out theatre dates in minutes for their first headline tour.
But they announced their split live on the Chris Moyles Show on Radio One and have embarked on individual projects in.
Now they are back at The Parr Hall Theatre in Warrington - Spike’s home town - on Saturday, April 16,
Guarantee your tickets, which may be subject to a booking fee, price £22.50 each, with a very limited number of premium seat tickets at £32.50.
Tickets can be purchased at Pyramid & Parr Hall Box Office, Palmyra Square South, Warrington WA1 1BL, call 01925 442345, buy on line at www.ticketmaster.co.uk or www.pyramidparrhall.co.uk.
For further information visit the 911 fan site at www.911live.com
We have two pairs of tickets to be won to the 911 15th Anniversary reunion concert at he Parr Hall Theatre in Warrington, on Saturday, April 16, 2011,
Transport is not included in this prize.
For a chance to win enter our free competition by Monday, April 11, 2011, 10am.
Email us, with 911 Tickets Competition in the subject field, then in the message give your full name, address, phone numbers and email details - email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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