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The Overtones giving away free Cambridge concert tickets to refugees

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Vocal group The Overtones, who will be performing at the Corn Exchange on May 30, are donating tickets to Ukrainian refugees in the UK and their host families.

The Overtones
The Overtones

The band, who are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year with a tour, are giving away 250 free tickets.

Those who would like to attend should apply online via bit.ly/OvertonesUkraineTickets. The first 250 applicants will be added to the band’s guestlist in their requested town.

Since bursting onto the UK music scene, The Overtones have racked up platinum record sales, released six studio albums, sold out tours across the nation, and performed for Her Majesty The Queen.

The Overtones
The Overtones

Last summer, the group’s 10 album reach number one. It featured Marisha Wallace on a take on Simply Red’s Stars and Michael Ball on a version of Frankie Valli’s Can’t Take My Eyes off You.

For more on the band, go to theovertones.tv.

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