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The Black Eyed Peas have added an open-air headline date at Alton Towers. Black Eyed Peas tickets for Alton Towers and London Hyde Park are now available on GET ME IN! 

The Black Eyed Peas are taking to the Wireless Festival stage at London Hyde Park alongside The Chemical Brothers on Friday, 1st July and Alton Towers on Wednesday, 6th July with The Beginning as special guest that day.

The massive open-air shows are part of the band’s highly successful The E.N.D. World Tour and mark the Will.I.Am, Fergie, Taboo and Apl.de.ap's biggest UK shows to date.

Get your Black Eyed Peas tickets now and see Will.I.Am, Fergie, Taboo and Apl.De.Ap live at London Hyde Park and Alton Towers.

Black Eyed Peas tickets London Hyde Park (Wireless Festival) (1st July)
Black Eyed Peas tickets Alton Towers (6th July)

The Black Eyed Peas as we know them now, Will.I.Am, Fergie, Taboo and Apl.de.ap released their first major hit ‘Where is the love?’ in 2003. Since then they have become a massive success worldwide.

Their music style has changed and evolved with time and comprises many genres, including dance, electro, world music influences and obviously hip hop, where they started it all in 1988 when Will Adams aka Will.I.Am and Allen Pineda, aka Apl.De.Ap met and started rapping together.

Their success continued with album ‘Monkey Business’ and latest album ‘The End.’ As well as having success as a band, both Will.I.Am and Fergie are also enjoying successful solo careers.

Black Eyed Peas tickets London Hyde Park (Wireless Festival) (1st July)
Black Eyed Peas tickets Alton Towers (6th July)


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