Boyzlife featuring Westlife’s Brian McFadden and Boyzone’s Keith Duffy to headline at Great Yarmouth’s Summer Beats Music Festival

Keith Duffy (left) from Boyzone and Brian McFadden from Westlife announce plans to join forces as Bo

Keith Duffy (left) from Boyzone and Brian McFadden from Westlife announce plans to join forces as Boyzlife, during a photocall at the Hilton Bankside, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday March 8, 2016. See PA story SHOWBIZ Boyzlife. Photo credit should read: Ian West/PA Wire - Credit: PA

There's good news for boyband fans as two of the biggest names of the 90s have been confirmed as the main act at Great Yarmouth's first Summer Beats Music Festival.

Irish duo Boyzlife featuring Westlife's Brian McFadden and Boyzone's Keith Duffy will take to the stage at Great Yarmouth Racecourse on July 29.

The pair joined forces last year and are set to wow fans performing hits from both bands.

The festival is billed as the first of its kind for the resort.

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Billed as 'extremely gifted' Leanne McCrei, Leonie Voss, Rebecca Walton, and Carys and Laura Aston will be performing covers of well known hits together with original tracks due to be released this year.

Summer Beats will also be showcasing five up-and-coming artists from Legacy Records which has worked alongside artists from Britain's Got Talent, The X Factor, and The Voice.

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Brian McFadden achieved seven straight number one singles with Westlife, selling 50 million records, and winning countless awards.

Meanwhile Keith Duffy found fame with Boyzone, with 16 of the band's first 17 singles scoring top five hits, and achieving 25 million record sales overall.

Organisers say they expect to add more names to the line-up.

Early bird tickets on sale until May 31 are £33.

To find out more visit the website or the Facebook page.

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