MULTI-PLATINUM selling vocal harmony group G4 will perform at Weymouth Pavilion on Sunday, March 4.

The visit of the X Factor finalists comes following their sell-out G4 Christmas tour.

G4 exploded into the industry and the public's hearts back in 2004 on the first series of the X Factor.

They continue to blow people away, year after year, with their unique style and impactful harmonic vocals, which are incomparable to any other. They have to be heard live to truly appreciate the power and passion of their voices!

Having recently made their debut in Asia, and after countless UK tours since they first formed, G4 are delighted to have more tour dates than ever in 2018 and this is set to be their best show yet.

Enjoy their classic hits of Bohemian Rhapsody, My Way, Nessun Dorma and Creep plus recent heart-stopping tracks from their latest G4 Love Songs album as they and their live band leave audiences screaming for more night after night.

G4 set an exciting trend by bringing classical music to British reality TV screens for the first time in 2004 with their performance of Nessun Dorma.

However, it was their cover of Bohemian Rhapsody that became their signature tune, storming the charts in 2005.

Their eponymous debut album went straight to No.1, selling more than 245,000 in the first week, making it the fastest-selling album of the year.

G4 subsequently released three albums, selling more than two million copies in the UK. They also released a Live at The Royal Albert Hall DVD, an autobiographical book G4: Our Way and completed five sell-out tours across the UK and Ireland, including a cathedral tour where they sang acoustically.

Other G4 highlights included collaborating with Lesley Garrett, Robin Gibb, Stephen Gately and Sir Cliff Richard, performing in the The Royal Albert Hall more than a dozen times, and having the roller-coaster ride G-Force named after them, which they opened at Drayton Manor Theme Park.

*G4, Weymouth Pavilion, Sunday, March 4, 7.30pm. Call the box office for tickets and more information.