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Pussycat Dolls tickets now on general sale

UPDATE 19/03/2020:
The spread of COVID-19 in the UK has created an unprecedented situation for Music Plus Sport and the live music industry.

Please be advised that Music Plus Sport offers a full refund policy if any events are cancelled, so if you choose to book tickets you can do so in the knowledge that your purchase will be refunded in those circumstances.

 

Pussycat Dolls will headline Franklin’s Gardens in the 2020 summer season of concerts, and tickets for the event are now on general sale.

Returning for their first show in Northamptonshire since July 2009, the multi-platinum pop sensations are ready to conquer the Gardens with Doll Domination when they take to the stage on Sunday 5th July.

Pussycat Dolls – Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachar – have sold more than 54 million records worldwide, been streamed over a billion times, won two awards at the MTV VMAs and achieved eight UK Top 10 singles.

The band will be bringing smash hits such as ‘Don’t Cha’, ‘Stickwitu’, ‘When I Grow Up’, and ‘Buttons’ back to life with their iconic dance routines and show-stopping vocals, with tickets starting from just £32.

A superb range of hospitality packages are also available in the Franklin’s Gardens boxes, Tunnel Club, Director’s Lounge, Champions Suite, and Captain’s Club – for more information email [email protected] or CLICK HERE.

“Having last headlined in Northampton 11 years ago, we are looking forward to welcoming back Pussycat Dolls on Sunday 5th July,” said Saints chief executive Mark Darbon.

“Franklin’s Gardens continues to showcase some of the biggest musical acts, and with Pussycat Dolls opening the line-up for the 2020 season, we can’t wait for the summer to begin – Don’t Cha miss your chance to get a ticket!”

Starting from just £32, tickets are on general sale via Music+Sport and AXS Tickets. CLICK HERE to get yours now.