The singer and former frontman of Boyzone will headline on Saturday, August 21, as part of stellar line-up for next summer.

Keating, whose latest album Twenty Twenty hit the No.2 spot in the charts, has been an international icon for 20 years since bursting onto the pop scene with the group which notched up six No.1 UK singles and selling 25 million records.

His solo material has sold 20 million records worldwide with two back-to-back No.1s and his hits 'Life is a Rollercoaster' and 'When You Say Nothing At All' have become anthems. He has been a TV talent show judge, acted on stage and TV, and now fronts a successful show on Magic Radio.

“It will be great to have Ronan here with us and I know tickets will be in high demand,” said Chris White of the award-winning park at Branton, near Doncaster. “Our Safari Nights line-up is looking spectacular for 2021.”

The finale to the month-long series of concerts will be performed by international singer Katherine Jenkins OBE.

The Welsh mezzo soprano will be on stage on Saturday, August 28, accompanied by a live orchestra and performing tracks from her brand-new album, ‘Cinema Paradiso’, a collection of unforgettable songs from the world’s most beloved classic movies.

She recently became the world’s most successful classical singer with 13 No.1 albums in 12 years. One of the many highlights of her career has been to lead her majesty the Queen’s 90th Birthday Concert at Windsor Castle.