Phoenix Marketcity, Pune is set to transport its audiences back to the music of the 90s, as members from two British pop bands Atomic Kitten’s Kerry Katona and Liberty X’s Michelle Heaton & Zoe Birkett, will be making their India debut with live performance at Phoenix Marketcity. These sassy ladies are set to mesmerize the Indian audience with all the favourite hits, from Right Now, Whole Again to Tide Is High at Liberty Square, on Sunday 8th October 2017 from 7:00 pm onwards.
You definitely do not want to miss out on this.
Date: Sunday, October 8th, 2017
Venue: Liberty Square @ Phoenix Marketcity, Pune
Time: 7pm Onwards
For tickets and other details log on to : www.phoenixmarketcity.com
About Atomic Kitten
Atomic Kitten was formed in 1998 and broke onto the national pop scene in late 1999 with their debut single ‘Right Now’ which jumped straight into the UK Top 10 eventually spending 7 weeks in the Top 40. Their follow-up – the infectious and melody-laden ‘See Ya’, released in March of 2000 – crash-landed into the charts at number 6 with the 3rd single, “I Want Your Love” also hitting the top ten. Having started the ball rolling in the UK, the girl band added to their success with TV and radio performances abroad. ‘See Ya’ was used to front Fiat’s campaigns in France and Italy and was also heard in cinemas worldwide in the smash hit movie ‘Bring It On’ while ‘I Want your Love’ made European territories like Germany and Scandinavia prick up their ears at this British girl group.
The Kittens’ massive success in 2001 took them to a whole new level. They won a string of awards including the 2001 Disney Awards for Best Pop Act and World’s Sexiest Females, a Best Pop Act nomination at the MTV Europe Awards, a Smash Hits Poll Winners Award for Best Single (‘Whole Again’) and the Music Week award for Best Pop act online with AtomicKitten.com. Their 2nd Album “Feels So Good” was another number one album and spawned another run of huge hits including “It’s OK”, “Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt” and the monster hit “The Tide is High”.