Yorkshire Wildlife Park announces final acts for Wild Live Summer concert series

NEW acts have been announced for a series of summer concerts at a South Yorkshire animal attraction.

Yorkshire Wildlife Park has lined up Honeyz, Fleur East and Blue for a spectacular finale to its Wild Live concert series.

The show on September 2 will follow performances earlier in the summer from chart-topping Olly Murs, UK boyband The Vamps, with support from Rotherham’s own Alfie Sheard, and a Tina Turner tribute act.

Superstars Pixie Lott, Rebecca Ferguson and Ronan Keating are among stars who have performed at Wild Live in the past.

“We are absolutely delighted to announce Honeyz, Fleur East and Blue as our final acts for Wild Live this year. All the artists’ incredible talent and passion for wildlife conservation are perfect for the event,” said park chief executive John Minion.

“The concerts have become bigger and better each year, and this year is certainly no exception.

“After having a record-breaking number of visitors to the park in 2022, we are confident that this year is going to be even larger.

“Wild Live is an unmissable part of the season that brings together nature enthusiasts and music lovers for an evening of entertainment while supporting the park’s vital conservation efforts.”

The Vamps headline on Saturday, August 12, followed by the Tina Turner tribute show What’s Love Got To Do With It with Olly Murs’ Marry Me Tour hitting the stage on August 26.

Tickets also come with a discounted entry to the wildlife park.

Visit www.yorkshirewildlifepark.com for ticket details and further information about events at the wildlife park.