Why See PrettyMuch?
PrettyMuch a Party... The Funktion Tour!
American-Canadian pop boy band, PrettyMuch are hitting the road this fall, and bring their contagious dance moves and catchy beat to stages across America. The band will kick the party off in Seattle and hit several cities on their 22 date tour, before wrapping things up in Boston. Joining them for all dates will be rising urban singer-songwriter Gunnar Gehl.
The group was formed by Simon Cowell in 2016, after they each tried to make it as solo artists. Over the years, they've released several hit singles including 'Summer On You' which was penned by Ed Sheeran, which was soon followed by the release of their debut album in April. PrettyMuch have also garnered a huge fan base who are referred to as the BEANZ, and have inspired many young people to believe in themselves.
Performance date: 1 November 2018
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