The YEP is giving away front row tickets to Barry Manilow at Leeds First Direct Arena on September 1.
Barry Manilow’s unparalleled career encompasses virtually every area of music, including performing, composing, arranging and producing. A Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee, Manilow has triumphed in every medium of entertainment. Scoring his first number one single in 1974, he has been at the top of the business for an astounding 40 years, having gone on to achieve worldwide record sales exceeding 85 million, and even ranking as the top adult contemporary chart artist of all time with more than 50 Top 40 hits.
Known for his classic hits such as ‘Mandy’, ‘Copacabana’, ‘Can’t Smile Without You’, and ‘Could It Be Magic’, the GRAMMY®, TONY®, and EMMY® award-winning pop star will perform at the Leeds First Direct Arena on September 1. Promising to be an unforgettable night, this will be the first time Manilow has returned to Leeds following his sensational show at the same venue in June 2016. He will go on to perform in Manchester, Birmingham and London. Special guests for the show are Collabro, the world’s most successful musical theatre group. Hailing from the UK, their 2014 Britain’s Got Talent win sent their debut album soaring straight to the top of the charts, and subsequently they have performed to standing ovations around the world from Japan to the US and Canada.
Tickets are available from Ticketline, Ticketmaster and the venue box office.
The Yorkshire Evening Post has one pair of front row tickets to give away to the show at Leeds First Direct Arena on September 1 in our free prize draw.
To enter, pick up a copy of the Yorkshire Evening Post on Saturday.
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