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Exeter ChiefsHigh-flying Exeter Chiefs have forged a partnership with a top concert promoter to cross-support events.

Exeter's Premier League, rugby club, Exeter Chiefs and Stephen C Associates (SCA) have linked to support each other’s activities throughout the rest of 2017.

These include the summer concerts by Olly Murs on Saturday, July 29 and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra on Sunday July 30 at Powderham Castle and the Chief’s 2017/18 fixtures.

Events promoter SCA, which has worked with some of the world’s biggest stars, is also backing the rugby union club’s charity, The Exeter Foundation.

SCA boss Stephen McManus said: “We are delighted to have formed a partnership with the Chiefs, the West Country’s premier rugby club. They are such an integral part of the fabric of Exeter and we look forward to working closely together.

“We will also be doing out bit to support the Exeter Foundation, the club’s official ‘civic trust’ style charity fundraising arm which supports a variety of hugely worthwhile causes in the city and beyond.

The Sandy Park-based Chiefs, riding high in the Aviva Premiership and bringing European rugby to Exeter, number England stars Jack Nowell, Luke Cowan-Dickie and Henry Slade among their squad.

Chiefs Chairman and Chief Executive, Tony Rowe OBE, said: “As a long-established and successful institution in Exeter, we like to offer our support to the many and varied events that help to keep our great city buzzing.

“We jumped at the chance to work with SCA on the Olly Murs and BSO evenings at Powderham and hope there are plenty of future opportunities for our two organisations to build this relationship.”

The partnership means that the Chiefs will be promoting the concerts and corporate hospitality packages to up to 11,000 fans on Sandy Park match day big screens and programmes, as well as dedicated e-shots and banners.

In return, SCA is guaranteeing the Chiefs a full promotional and hospitality presence at the concerts as well as 10 per cent of all linked ticket sales going to the Foundation,

Around 12,000 people are expected at Powderham to see Olly Murs on July 29, when special guest is X Factor winner Louisa Johnson.

Tickets are £39.50 with Gold Circle tickets at £55, both subject to a booking fee.

To book tickets for Olly Murs click HERE... or for hospitality bookings call 01202 255161.

The hugely popular Last Night of the BSO Proms on July 30, returning after a five-year absence, features acclaimed French conductor Victor Aviat and soloists, baritone Stephen Gadd and soprano Claire Rutter.

Tickets are £27.50 adults, £16.50 child (aged six to 16, under-sixes free), £75 family (2 adults, 2 children) and £95 for VIP hospitality. A booking fee applies. Car parking is free.

To book tickets for Last Night of the BSO Proms click HERE... or for hospitality bookings call 01202 255161.

X Factor winner Louisa Johnson to support Olly Murs at Powderham Castle concert

Louisa Johnson, the youngest ever winner of the X Factor, has been named as special guest at pop superstar Olly Murs’ outdoor concert at historic Powderham Castle, near Exeter on Saturday, July 29.

The 19-year-old starlet won the 2015 series of the TV talent show at the age of 17 with Simon Cowell calling her ‘the best singer he had ever seen on the show’.

She has since had hits with the songs Forever Young and So Good and featured on the Clean Bandit top five single Tears.
R’n’B and pop star Louisa performed last year to 80,000 fans at Wembley Stadium with the likes of Ariana Grande and Little Mix. Her debut album is due out this year.

Thousands of fans are expected to descend on Powderham Castle – home of the Earl and Countess of Devon – for the concert with Olly

Tickets are on sale now for the event at the venue where he played a sell-out show to more than 20,000 people in 2013.

Louisa said: “I’m delighted to be appearing with Olly at Powderham. He has always been one of my heroes and to be sharing a stage with him will be a very special moment.”

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Olly Murs Tickets Selling Fast

December 20 2016

Tickets for pop idol Olly Murs’ big outdoor concert at Powderham Castle, Exeter, on Saturday, July 29 are selling rapidly, but are still available.

Thousands of fans are expected to descend on the venue – home of the Earl and Countess of Devon – to see Olly, whose latest album 24 Hrs was his fourth consecutive number one hit.

He played a sell-out show to more than 20,000 people at the venue in 2013.

The popular singer-songwriter is one of British music’s biggest stars with record sales exceeding 10 million and demand for Powderham tickets has been high.

Promoter Stephen McManus said: “Olly has really been in the public eye recently with lots of TV appearances on the likes of Graham Norton, Strictly Come Dancing and The National Lottery Show.

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Olly Murs to play Powderham Castle in 2017

Pop idol Olly Murs has announced an outdoor concert at historic Powderham Castle, near Exeter on Saturday, July 29 2017.

The popular singer-songwriter is one of British music’s biggest stars with record sales exceeding 10 million.

He played a sell-out show to more than 20,000 people at the venue in 2013.

Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday, December 2.

Thousands of fans are expected to descend on the venue – home of the Earl and Countess of Devon – for the event.

Olly this month scored an amazing fourth consecutive number one album with his latest, most personal offering 24 Hrs.

New single ‘Years and Years’ is the new album’s centrepiece; an expansive, explosive, spine-tingling belter and follows the radio favourites ‘You Don’t Know Love’ and ‘Grow Up’ which Olly recently performed on the X Factor.

His other top singles include Dance With Me Tonight, Troublemaker, Heart Skips A Beat and Dear Darlin’.

Read more: Olly Murs to play Powderham Castle in 2017