Boy band sensation will star at festival of lights

Last updated 11:35 06/12/2012

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Boy band Titanium was unveiled as one of the star turns for the TSB Bank Festival of Lights last night.

The manufactured band, a product of a competition run by The Edge radio station, was formed earlier this year and has already had a New Zealand number one song with Come on Home.

They played in New Plymouth in October after youngsters formed long queues for tickets. They will also be at the TSB Bowl of Brooklands as part of the Festival of Lights on January 24.

Auckland band Five Mile Town will also perform during the festival.

Organisers unveiled the full programme last night. Mayor Harry Duynhoven and TSB Bank chief Kevin Murphy spoke at the festival launch last night, both underlining that people outside Taranaki were highly impressed with the province's events, such as the festival and Womad. The annual festival runs from December 16 to January 26.

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- Taranaki Daily News

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