Saracens - Star quartet to play in Wembley show

Mar 11, 2014

Star quartet to play in Wembley show


Saracens face Harlequins at Wembley Stadium on March 22nd with game all set to be a record breaking event.

With a plethora of world class players on show the entertainment that will accompany the round 17 Premiership match is of equal quality.

Elton John, Elvis Presley, Oasis and Whitney Houston* will all be playing at England’s most famous venue when the two Aviva Premiership London giants collide at Wembley Stadium.

With a combined total of over one billion record sales worldwide amongst the quartet of artists, those attending the game will be able to enjoy a little bit of Jailhouse and Crocodile Rock from Messer’s Presley and John, as well as indulging their 90s taste with some of Oasis’ and Whitney Houston’s most popular numbers during the an action packed day in north London.

The Saracens match is set to draw the highest crowd for any rugby union match ever played in England, and the highest crowd for any club rugby union match ever played anywhere in the world.  Buy your tickets here.

Elton John

Sir Elton Hercules John, CBE, is one of the most highly acclaimed and successful solo artists of all time. He has achieved 35 gold and 25 platinum albums, has sold more than 250 million records worldwide, and holds the record for the biggest selling single of all time.

Elvis Presley

Has a record 21 UK number ones to his name and has sold an estimated one billion record units worldwide. 150 different albums of his have been certified as gold, platinum and multi-platinum making Presley the undisputed King of Rock and Roll.

Whitney Houston

Sold a combined total 170 million records; 18 albums, 57 singles and 5 box sets and held the UK chart record for longest time in the number one slot, with her “I Will Always Love You” hit charting at No.1 for 10 weeks.

Oasis

Have sold an estimated 70 million records worldwide. The Manchester band’s debut album Definitely Maybe, entered the charts at number one, and at the time becoming the fastest selling debut album in the UK.

*All are tribute acts

 

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