Concert 4 Little Stars featuring Boyzone and Westlife singers giving away limited number of free tickets

Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden of Boyzlife performing -Credit:Getty
Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden of Boyzlife performing -Credit:Getty

A charity music concert in Belfast city centre is giving away a number of free tickets to share appreciation for the support they have received in fundraising so far.

Concert 4 Little Stars is taking place at Custom House Square on May 24 with amazing acts such as Boyzlife featuring Westlife and Boyzone singer Brian McFadden Keith Duffy performing all of their biggest hits.

Money raised will be donated to the Northern Ireland Children's Hospice who provide specialist palliative care to children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions and also supports their families.

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Organisers of the Concert 4 Little Stars have shared a huge thank you to everybody who has already bought tickets enabling them to stage the event and help raise vital funds.

They said: "We look forward to welcoming you all to witness the fun and colourful event we have lined up.

"We have also decided to give away a limited amount of remaining tickets for free to help those badly affected by the cost of living crisis, to be able to come and enjoy a world class city centre festival concert while supporting this important cause."

Other names headlining the gig include local pop-folk band ‘Who Owns Ye’, The Voice Kids star Jarlaith Mervyn and DJ Johnny Hero - not to mention a host of top pop tributes to Cher, Freddie Mercury, Adele and Stevie Nicks.

The show will kick off at 6pm and finish by 11pm in the lively Custom House Square space.

The free tickets can be accessed by clicking here and downloading directly from there on to your phone or by printing out from your computer.

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