McFly and The Vamps to play at new three-day Staffordshire music festival

Staffordshire music festival is a brand new music festival.  It will take place at the Trentham Estate in Staffordshire. It will take place from September 3 to September 5, 2021 The Staffordshire music festival will play host to headliners The Vamps, McFly, and Alfie Boe for the inaugural show. In the West Midlands of England, Staffordshire is a landlocked county.

McFly will be playing at a music festival in Staffordshire

About the headliners of the Staffordshire music festival:

The vamps are a British pop band formed in the year 2012. Their first two albums are certified gold in the united kingdom. The vamps have continuously toured since 2012. We have compared them the boy band one direction since their inception. The group does not agree with the stereotyping and is inspired by McFly, Blink-182, Ed Sheeran, Mumford & Sons, Taylor SWIFT, and Justin Bieber, who are not produced by a record producer. They are also not the product of record production. They played their own instruments.

McFly is an English pop band formed in the year 2003. In the year  2005, they have won the brit award for the Best British Pop act. Since 2016, McFly had 18 UK top 20 singles in a row, seven of them in the UK Singles Chart number one. 17 of them in a row top 10 singles. The album Young Dumb Thrills, their first album in ten years. The band created headlines in its album Room on the third floor, the youngest band ever to make a hit number one The Beatles.

Alfie Boe is one of last decade’s most popular classic singers and has had three British No.1 albums with Michael Ball, his colleague stage star, as Ball & Boe. He has performed in Les Misérables’ western-end productions and has sold over a million records in the UK. He will live with Collabro and Jai McDowall, British Got Talent winner on Sunday night in Trentham.

The tickets will go on sale tomorrow, Tuesday, December 1, from 10 am and start at £39.20 each

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