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Beach Boys heading to Inverness and Montrose… Here’s everything you need to know about getting your tickets

The Beach Boys will close the show next year
The Beach Boys will close the show next year

They’ve sold in excess of 100 million records worldwide, toured the world countless times, played live to millions and now The Beach Boys are headed to Montrose and Inverness .

The Beach Boys will perform an intimate show at Inverness Leisure Centre on May 27 before heading south to close the Montrose Music Festival on May 28 next year.

The shows will see The Beach Boys perform some of their biggest hits and fan favourites from the band’s 50-year career including: Good Vibrations; Surfin USA; Barbara Ann; Fun Fun Fun; I Get Around; and Wouldn’t It Be Nice.

Led by co-founder, principal lyricist and recently New York Times best-selling author Mike Love and Bruce Johnston, who along with Jeffrey Foskett, Brian Eichenburger, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill and Scott Totten continue the legacy of the iconic American band.

 

Announcing the show, The Beach Boys’ Mike Love, said: “It’s great that 50 years plus we’re still in a position to be touring and sharing our music with fans around the world.

“We’ve not been to Inverness before, so we’re looking forward to it. It will be an opportunity to perform our favourite hits, during this special show for our fans in the North of Scotland.”

Inverness-based concert promoter, LCC Live, is behind the show – The Beach Boys’ first in the Highlands.

Claire Kidger, director at LCC Live said: “One of the aims when we set up LCC Live, was to attract some of the biggest music artists to the area. We’d always thought ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’ to secure The Beach Boys, so are delighted to be bringing one of the most influential American rock and pop acts of all time to Inverness.

“The Beach Boys will be performing to a small crowd of under 2,000 people at Inverness Leisure Centre. We expect tickets to sell quickly to see The Beach Boys who, fifty years on, remain as relevant as ever in capturing the imagination of music fans of all ages.”

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday from www.ticketline.co.uk or by phone: 0844 888 9991.

The band will also close the 10th anniversary Montrose Music Festival.

 

David Paton, chairman of the Montrose Music Festival, said:“MoFest thrives on attracting big names and legendary musicians to Angus and, this year is no different. We’re delighted that The Beach Boys are joining us for a special Sunday night show to bring our tenth annual live music festival to a close.

“The Beach Boys are renowned as one of the biggest selling bands of all time, and we just can’t believe that they’re joining us for MoFest 2017. This is a really exciting time for MoFest and we promise an exceptional festival.”

The Montrose Music Festival works in partnership with concert promoter, LCC Live, to bring big artists to Montrose.

Bob Reid, production manager for LCC Live, said: “This is an exciting time for MoFest, which continues to go from strength to strength. Over the years, it has attracted some of the biggest names in music and as one of the most influential rock and pop acts of all time, The Beach Boys top the list!

“We’ve added a special Sunday night show to celebrate ten years of MoFest.

“Following The Beach Boys’ performance, a fireworks display on the East Links will close the memorable weekend.

“To be part of it,  you’ll need a ticket and we expect demand to be high – 50 years on and The Beach Boys are as relevant as ever in capturing the imagination of music fans of all ages.”

MoFest 2017 takes place from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 May 2017 and will feature live music at a number of venues in Montrose. For more information about the festival, please visit: www.montrosemusicfestival.co.uk.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday from www.ticketline.co.uk or by phone: 0844 888 9991.

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