Andrea Bocelli To Perform At King Power Stadium
- The superstar singer to fulfil promise made to Claudio Ranieri six weeks ago
- The special performance will include ‘Nessun Dorma’ and ‘Time To Say Goodbye’
- Leicester City were crowned Premier League champions for the first time on Monday and will lift the trophy after Saturday’s match
- Bocelli is taking time out from his world tour to perform at King Power Stadium
Leicester City supporters will be treated to a special performance from superstar tenor and football fan Andrea Bocelli ahead of Saturday’s Barclays Premier League fixture with Everton.
The classical performer made a promise to City manager Claudio Ranieri to perform if the Foxes won the league, and after they made history with a title win on Monday night, Bocelli was only to happy to help make the historic day extra special.
To celebrate the Foxes winning the title, Bocelli will be performing ‘Nessun Dorma’ and ‘Time To Say Goodbye’ in from of a sold out King Power Stadium crowd ahead of kick-off.
City’s title dreams become a reality after Tottenham Hotspur’s draw at Chelsea gave them an unassailable lead at the top of the table, meaning Saturday’s game against Everton will be a celebration of what is without question the greatest moment in the Club’s history.
Andrea’s performance will set the bar for a truly special afternoon that will culminate in City skipper Wes Morgan lifting the Premier League trophy in front of the Blue Army.
Leicester City Football Club would like to thank Andrea for taking time out from his world tour to play a special part in our celebrations on Saturday evening. Andrea has sold more than 80 million albums across the world, has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and has appeared before three US Presidents and three Popes.
The star will return to the UK later this year to perform songs from his chart-topping album, Cinema – a beautiful collection of great movie tunes – at venues including The O2 in London.
Andrea Bocelli's upcoming UK and Ireland Tour Dates:
23 September 2016 - SHEFFIELD Arena
24 September 2016 - GLASGOW SSE Hydro
28 September 2016 - DUBLIN 3Arena
1 October 2016 - LONDON O2 Arena
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