James Arthur and Mallory Knox to perform in Norwich
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Two more big names in music have today announced they will be stopping off to perform shows in the fine city next year.
March 2017 is set to be a big month for music in Norwich, with many popular acts heading to The Nick Rayns LCR at the University of East Anglia (UEA) to perform for hundreds of their fans.
Already confirmed for the month is British rock group Lower Than Atlantis, who will be taking to the LCR stage on Thursday, March 9 and American pop-punk band All Time Low who'll be playing in Norwich on March 30.
X Factor winner James Arthur and local alternative rock band Mallory Knox will also be joining this exciting line-up, UEA has just revealed.
James Arthur was crowned X Factor champion back in December 2012 and his debut single, Impossible, stormed the charts, quickly becoming the biggest X Factor winner's song of all time, achieving more than three million downloads.
The Middlesbrough-born singer now returns with his second album, Back From The Edge, which is set to be released on Friday, November 4 and is planning to kick off his new tour in Norwich on Monday, March 6.
Likewise Cambridge-based rockers, Mallory Knox, will be returning to Norwich once more as part of their 14 date Wired Tour, which stops off at UEA on Wednesday, March 22.
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The band's third album, Wired, is to be released on March, 10 and will include the brand new single Giving It Up, which recently featured on BBC Radio One as Annie Mac's Hottest Record.
This music announcement follows recent news that pop giants, Take That will be performing at Carrow Road in June next year and is another boost for the city, which last year saw the likes of Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters and Fall Out Boy head to Earlham Park as part of BBC Radio One's Big Weekend.
• Tickets for both events go onsale on Friday, November 4. James Arthur tickets will be available from 9am and cost £29.50, while Mallory Knox tickets can be purchased at 9.30am for £16. For more information or to book tickets, visit www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk