March 06, 2013, 12:40 pm -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- How do you know when you've made it big? For some, it's the money in the bank – but for others, it's about living up to your heroes and gaining the attention and accolades they did.
Well, Olly Murs must be in a good position to measure his success: on the second weekend of March he'll be playing a huge gig at a stadium that's been filled by the likes of the Rolling Stones, Queen and Madonna.
Mother's Day – quite appropriate for the self-styled cheeky-chappie's fanbase – is the date for Britain's favourite pop hit-maker du jour to hit Wembley. The Essex lad will be there for one night only on Sunday 10th March.
Tickets are also a relative steal at £34 a pop; and give you the chance to catch a significant date on Murs' 2013 tour. The singer named his latest album after the 'Right Place, Right Time' attitude to life, which brought him success. And who can argue that it's worked out?
He's got three successful albums, sold out arena tours, and songs that offer unashamed, light-hearted listening. It's doubtless that, with his charm, infectious grin and clear love for his trade, the Essex boy has succeeded at building a career from his personality as much as his music.
Fans travelling up for the big event can rely on LondonTown.com for links and deals on London hotels with easy access to the stadium. There's 77% off the 4* Holiday Inn London-Wembley, with doubles starting at £58. Or get so close you'll barely need to enter the stadium to hear the concert – the Hilton London Wembley has also got rooms for a mere £81 a night. http://www.LondonTown.com