Known for bringing together the greatest names from the realm of live music entertainment on stage, Fly Music Festival is a celebration of cutting genres of music. This month, Percept Live is geared up to set the stage on fire with the exceptionally brilliant Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy from the 90s’ Boybands Westlife and Boyzone. Titled as “Boyzlife Live”, the show will include the ideal mix of the all the biggest hits from both the boy bands. The boys are separately uniting for a show in India which will be held on May, 19 in Mumbai and May 20, 2018 in Bengaluru.
“In 2018, Percept Live will not only deliver the best in class music experience to our fans, but also scale up in different formats in order to increase our geographical footprint and reach. We will be customizing every event pan India in such a manner that fans will get to enjoy a world class entertainment experience of all genres spanning the best artist line-ups, live percussionists, international dancers, state-of-the-art SFX, a curated F&B experience and a wide range of activities to keep them immersed and holistically entertained. The Boyzlife India Tour is our attempt to scale up in order to reach a different crowd without compromising on the experience and quality of the IP,” stated Manuj Agarwal, CEO, Percept Live.
Launched in 2015, last year Fly roped in the famous English lyricist and performer Ed Sheeran to belt out mainstream pop and acoustic music. Music fanatics came from nooks and corners of the country to witness his performance live.
With over 20,000 doting fans since the duo got together in 2016, The Boyzlife is elated to be coming to India for the first time in May 2018. Celebrating their tremendous success, for this tour they will perform each of their chart-topping tunes by two of the most-cherished bands of the 00s, Boyzone and Westlife.
Thrilled about performing in India, Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy, Boyzlife exclaimed, “We are so excited to come to India and sing all of our hits from Boyzone and Westlife. It’s going to be a great night, and I hope to see all of our fans there. We both are super exited and looking forward to the India tour.”
Brian McFadden’s debut single Real to Me ruled the charts that went on to become one of the biggest radio airplay hits that year across the continent. Some of Westlife’s popular hits include Swear It Again, My Love, Fool Again, Queen of My Heart, I Have a Dream, Uptown Girl, All or Nothing, and Seasons in the Sun. Having thoroughly enjoyed success, Keith Duffy was a member of one of Europe’s most popular Boybands of the 1990s Boyzone. With some of the band’s biggest hits include No Matter What, I Love the Way You Love Me, Words, Baby Can I Hold You and Love Me for a Reason.
Westlife has over 50 million records sold worldwide with 14 Number one singles and 7 number one albums in UK chart. While Boyzone has over 25 million copies sold globally with 6 Number one singles and 5 number one albums in UK chart. However, Westlife is ranked 34th biggest selling act in British music history whereas Boyzone is 29th.
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