Pussycat Dolls @ Slessor Gardens, 26 July
The Pussycat Dolls are back, with an incredible show lined up at Dundee Slessor Gardens on the 26th of July!
The chart-topping, button-pushing, mega-group are back! The Pussycat Dolls are reuniting for a UK tour and several special summer concerts, performing together for the first time in 10 years, and they are coming to Dundee Slessor Gardens on Sunday 26 July 2020!
But if you want to win tickets before then, make sure you tune in to Fresh Breakfast. Lynne's got a pair of Golden Circle tickets to give away all this week after 7am!
They've sold more than 54 million records worldwide, and they've been streamed over one billion times. With no less than eight UK top 10 singles under their belts, they're gone of the biggest girl bands of all time. And we can't wait to welcome them to the City of Discovery!
This promises to be an incredible show, with the sort of performance you'd expect from the Pussycat Dolls: stunning vocals, show-stopping dance moves and an infectious energy guaranteed to keep things going.
Here's all the details you need to get ahead of the crowd.
Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, with general admission available from £29.50 (plus booking fee), and Golden Circle access available at £49.50 (plus booking fee).
This is a standing only concert. A limited number of accessible tickets will be available on a first come first served basis and will be available to purchase directly.
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