COUNTRY queen Dolly Parton is bringing her Better Day World Tour to Sheffield and to celebrate we have tickets to be won, writes digital editor Graham Walker.
The legendary singer, actress and songwriter is on tour to promote Better Day, an album full of new material on her own Dolly Records.
You can also expect hits like 9 To 5, Here You Come Again, Jolene and I Will Always Love You.
Her tour, with all new sets, costumes and songs, hits the UK late summer and culminates at Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena on Monday, September 12.
She says; “I’m really looking forward to this and I can’t wait to see all the fans again. We have a lot fun things for everybody ! Get ready cos here I come again!”
Parton has written over 4,000 songs, had numerous number one hits and is the most honoured female country performer of all time, with countless Grammy, CMA and ACM awards.
All-inclusive sales of singles, albums, hits collections, paid digital downloads and compilation usage during her Hall of Fame career have reportedly topped a staggering 100 million records world-wide.
Guarantee your seats for Sheffield. Tickets, which may be subject to a booking fee, are £67.50, £60 and £50 each, which may be subject to a booking fee. Buy in person, call 0114 256 5656, book online at www.motorpointarena.co.uk or www.arenaticketshop.co.uk
n We have two pairs of tickets to be won. For a chance to win a pair enter by text or online, by deadline on Friday, April 15, 2011, 10am.
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