Mcfly are coming to Gloucester in June 2022

A year later than planned, McFly will be performing in Gloucester Park in June 2022, as part of the ‘ultimate summer party’.

Popular boy band McFly will be performing in Gloucester in July 2022, with revellers waiting an extra year for the ‘ultimate summer party.’

The band were set to perform at Gloucester Park on Friday 23 July 2021, with a new date now rescheduled to Friday 11 June 2022, with all original tickets remaining valid.

McFly fans can expect to hear the band’s best-loved hits such as ‘All About You’, ‘Obviously’, ‘Star Girl’, ‘One for the Radio’ and ‘Shine a Light’, along with tracks from their latest album Young Dumb Thrills.

M&B Music promoter, James Penny, said: ‘We are more ready than ever to unleash the ultimate summer party! With live music officially back on, what could be better than sizzling performances from the feel-good masters of pop McFly plus a warm up DJ set from the one and only Roman Kemp!

‘Attendees can expect a full-on festival atmosphere with one of the best live bands around!’

By Maddy Richards


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Friday 18 June 2021

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