X Factor winner Joe McElderry coming to Soham as part of his Set Your Soul Alive tour

16:56 04 August 2014

X Factor winner Joe McElderry

X Factor winner Joe McElderry

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X Factor winner Joe McElderry is bringing his Set Your Soul Alive UK tour to East Cambs – with a special one-off performance planned in Soham.

Since storming to victory in front of millions of fans on the TV talent show, Joe has matured into one of the country’s most popular singing stars.

His 2013 tour performed to sell-out audiences with fans dancing in the aisles and giving him a thunderous reception.

His smash hit single The Climb rocketed to number one and his album, Classic, went gold within two weeks. He’s also the first X Factor winner to release four albums.

His unique vocal talents hit the headlines recently when he starred in the live TV show Popstar To Operastar. Mentored by the tenor Rolando Villazon, he performed classical arias such as Nessun Dorma, and went on to win the show with a landslide victory, amassing 80 per cent of the votes.

Joe is set to take to the stage at The Brook, in Soham, on Friday, September 26, from 7.30pm.

Tickets, from £15-£19, are available from the box office on 01353 721748 or online at www.brookentertainment.co.uk

2 comments

  • Re comment above about Joe McElderry's Show; Just realised this is one of his acoustic shows so it will be stripped back and beautiful, showing off his vocals to maximum effect. Different to the extravaganza with his band but equally impressive. You will thoroughly enjoy:)

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    Lorraine Brooks

    Monday, August 4, 2014

  • You are in for a real treat. I've see Joe McElderry at several venues during the Set Your Soul Alive tour already and his shows are full of energy, amazing singing, plenty for all ages and music genre to enjoy. A feel good show with great band, brilliant lighting and best of all Joe singing and performing a diverse set of songs and showing what a super star he is. I recommend this show to all your readers.

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    Lorraine Brooks

    Monday, August 4, 2014

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