Pop icons McFly are the latest headline act confirmed for this year’s Eden Sessions in September!
The much-loved band will make their Eden Sessions debut on Sunday 12 September 2021.
With seven UK number-one singles, six top-ten albums, six sell-out tours, four million tickets and ten million albums sold worldwide, McFly are without question one of the most significant British pop acts of the 21st century.
Since hitting the big time as the youngest band ever to have a debut album go straight to number one — beating The Beatles’ long-standing record — Tom, Danny, Dougie and Harry have become one of the UK’s best-loved bands, not to mention major stars in their own right.
In November 2019 McFly played their most recent gig, ‘One Night Only’ at The O2 Arena, a sold-out stand-alone show to mark their reformation and return to music, especially for their fans.
In 2020, McFly released their highly anticipated new album Young Dumb Thrills, their first studio album in 10 years.
The singles Happiness, Tonight Is The Night, and You’re Not Special were played all over Radio 2 with the band performing on Britain’s Got Talent, Graham Norton and Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway as well as making their own documentary about their hiatus for ITV1 called All About Us.
How to book tickets
Tickets go on general release, subject to availability, at midday on Friday 7 May, and will be available online via the Sessions website.
Standard Arena tickets are £41.50 plus £5 booking fee and also include entry to Eden during the day of the Session and the day after if you fancy coming back for further exploration.
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