Pussycat Dolls set to stage free gig in AustraliaSeptember 29th, 2008 - 6:13 pm ICT by ANI
Melbourne, September 29 (ANI): The Pussycat Dolls are set to perform an exclusive free concert in Australia.
Their concert is the first in a series entitled Xbox Sounds, which will see several top musicians performing at iconic Australian venues between October 2008 and April 2009.
The American pop girl band will be performing tracks from its recently released second studio album Doll Domination, including the Platinum single When I Grow Up.
Their event shall be the first in the series, which will take place in front of the Sydney Opera House on October 14.
“The Xbox Sounds series is going to be huge,” the Daily Telegraph quoted David McLean, Regional Director, Entertainment Devices Division, as saying.
“We”ve lined up some brilliant artists to perform at the events.
“The Pussycat Dolls are the biggest girl band in the world right now and to have them in Australia and performing at the Sydney Opera House is sensational,” he added.
Free tickets to the event will be offered to music fans at various competitions and promotions in the lead-up to each performance.
The series shall celebrate the dual launch of the bands new album and the Xbox Sounds.
George Ash, Managing Director of Universal Music Australia, said: “I couldn”t imagine a better way for everyone in Australia to celebrate the launch of the Dolls fantastic new album Doll Domination, in conjunction with the launch of Xbox Sounds from our friends at Microsoft. (ANI)
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