S Club 7 have announced they are reuniting for a special 25th anniversary tour.
All seven members of the popular band – Bradley, Hannah, Jo, Jon, Paul, Rachel, and Tina – will come together for an 11-date arena tour across the UK and Ireland.
Speaking on coming back together, the band said: ‘After eight years it feels amazing to announce that we’re reuniting and performing together again.
‘We’re so excited to bring the S Club Party back to our fans across the country to celebrate 25 years of S Club 7. We can’t even believe it’s been so long!
‘Music and friendship have always been at the core of everything that we’ve ever done. We hope everyone can join us for one big party!’
As the band prepare to hit the road, here is everything you need to know:
Bring it all back! S Club 7 have announced they are reuniting for a special 25th anniversary tour
Two in a million: All seven members of the band – L-R Rachel, Paul, Jon, Tina, Jo, Hannah and Bradley – will come together for an 11-date arena tour across UK and Ireland (pictured 1999)
Where can I get tickets?
Tickets for the UK tour go on sale on Friday 17 February at 10am.
They will be available via www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk. Tickets for Ireland will be available via www.ticketmaster.ie.
When are they performing?
The dates are as follows:
S Club 7 UK tour dates
October 13: Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
October 14: Sheffield, Utilita Arena
October 16: Dublin, 3 Arena
October 18: Glasgow, Ovo Hydro
October 19: Newcastle, Utilita Arena
October 20: Leeds, First Direct Arena
October 21: Manchester, AO Arena
October 23: Cardiff, International Arena
October 24: Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
October 26: Birmingham, Utilita Arena
October 28: London, The 02
How much will they cost?
The pre-sale opens on Wednesday 15 February at 10am, while general sale tickets will go on general sale from 10am on Friday 17 February.
Tickets are expected to range between £39.48 to £73.38 with VIP packages for £290.90 and £160.39.
What will they perform?
Collectively, S Club 7 amassed four UK number one singles with ‘Bring It All Back’, ‘Never Had a Dream Come True’, ‘Don’t Stop Movin’, and ‘Have You Ever’, as well as the UK number one album ‘7’.
They recorded 4 studio albums, released 11 singles that all entered the Top 5 UK charts, and went on to sell over 10 million albums worldwide.
But the pop band have made it clear they don’t have any current plans to release new music but added ‘never say never’.
They appeared on BBC Radio 2 on Tuesday to discuss their upcoming plans with host Scott Mills.
Don’t Stop Moving: The gang will perform all of their famous hits
Jo told listeners: ‘We are just really concentrating on the tour at the moment, but I always say ‘never say never’ and if the fans want it and things go really well [then] very possibly.’
Jon added: ‘It doesn’t feel any different to be honest. We’ve known each other for a very, very long time – so we just slip into a natural routine, old habits of how we are and how we get along with each other.’
The group of pals then started chatting about their old dance moved and if they remember then.
Paul said: ‘I remember all of [the dance moves] exactly – I was the master of the dance moves. There’s definitely a few there that I won’t be able to do… remember that caterpillar!’
Tina quipped: ‘Brad always used to do a handstand… and all his change came out his pockets,’ with Hannah adding: ‘And Jon backflipped.’
Scott then asked: ‘Bradley, will we be seeing that again?’ He responded: ‘No, definitely not. It depends on what the insurance policy is like on this tour!’
What can we expect?
S Club 7 have said they will be ditching their 90s outfits of belly tops and bandannas for the upcoming 25th anniversary tour.
Speaking at a press conference announcing their tour, the group were asked by BBC presenter Scott Mills: ‘Do we think that the outfits will change or remain the same?’
Rachel Stevens quickly replied: ‘Some will have to firmly stay in the nineties’.
Reminiscing on some of their iconic looks that will be left in the past, Bradley McIntosh added: ‘The bandannas,’ while Hannah Spearritt said: ‘The belly tops’.
Change: S Club 7 have said they will be ditching their 90s outfits of belly tops and bandannas for the upcoming 25th anniversary tour (Jo pictured in 1999)
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