JLS announce extra gig in Cork

JLS announce extra gig in Cork

Due to phenomenal demand an extra date has been added for JLS to appear live at the Marquee, Cork in the summer of next year.

Tickets for their gig on June 17 have sold out so the band will now appear on June 16, 2010, also.

Tickets for the June 16 gig will go on sale on Wednesday, December 9, at 9am.

Tickets will be €33.60 from all Ticketmaster outlets nationwide (booking line no. 0818 719 300) and online at www.ticketmaster.ie.

JLS are best known as the most successful group of all time to enter 'The X Factor' and stormed to the top of the charts with their first single release ‘Beat Again’ and their second single ‘Everybody in Love’.

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