P Posted by Sandra on August 29 2013 0 Comments McFLY, News

BEFORE McFly play four sold-out nights at the Royal Albert Hall from September 19 to 22, the band will be in North Yorkshire tomorrow.

Tickets are still available for their 8pm show at Scarborough Open Air Theatre, where Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd will revisit songs from their decade of pop hits that was gathered on last November’s compilation, Memory Lane, The Best Of McFly.

The album featured five new tracks, Do Whatcha, Down Down, Mess Around You, Cherry Cola and the single Love Is Easy, alongside the likes of Nowhere To Run, All About You, Shine A Light and Five Colours In Her Hair.

McFly have sold more than ten million records worldwide and by November 2010 they had clocked up 18 consecutive Top 20 singles, seven of them chart-toppers.

Their debut album, Room On The 3rd Floor, earned them a place in the Guinness Book Of World Records as the youngest band to have an album enter the charts at number one, a title they took from The Beatles, no less.

McFly last played outdoors in North Yorkshire after racing at York Racecourse in July 2012, when 38,000 people attended the Saturday meeting. In April that year, they had sold out the York Barbican on their Keep Calm And Play Louder tour.

• Tickets for tomorrow’s concert are on sale on 01723 818111.

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