Moray Summer Festival holding out for a hero as Bonnie Tyler to visit Elgin
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MACMORAY Summer Festival is holding out for a hero – with world-renowned singer Bonnie Tyler set to take to the stage for a summer event to remember.
After 34 years without visiting Scotland, the Welsh singer is returning to the country to play her array of number one hits to the MacMoray crowd.
Tyler is known for her well-loved hits including Total Eclipse of the Heart, Holding out for a Hero and It’s a Heartache.
After spending several years of her youth performing in local pubs in Wales, she shot to fame when discovered by a talent scout in 1974.
It's a Heartache was Tyler's first big hit – reaching number four in the charts in 1977.
This was followed by Total Eclipse of the Heart in 1983 and Holding out for a Hero a year later – which stormed to number one and two respectively.
Tyler continues to work on new music, with her currently touring as part of her 40 Years Total Eclipse of the Heart Tour.
The next act for MacMoray Summer Festival will be announced on Friday, December 8. Tickets are now on sale.
A special discount launch price of £45 for an adult day ticket and £75 for a weekend ticket will be in place until Christmas. Ticket lines are now open. Phone 01309 679613 for enquiries.
A new monthly payment plan has been added by the festival's organisers. This will allow people to pay monthly for tickets, with deposits as low as a couple of pound.
People who are struggling financially can ring the number and secure themselves a ticket for £10.
Online ticket sales are also available at www.macmoray.com