How to get S Club 7 tickets for UK reunion tour 2023
S Club 7 have confirmed their 2023 reunion tour will go ahead following the tragic passing of band member Paul Cattermole. Tickets are still available for several UK shows, so here's how you can grab a spot today.
Following the recent, tragic death of S Club 7 member Paul Cattermole, the band today announced that their 2023 reunion tour will still go ahead and be performed in his memory.
The pop group took to social media to share the news, with Jon Lee saying: “It’s been a while since you’ve heard from us but in all honesty, we’ve been in a bit of shock.
“It has taken a while for us to find the right words to describe how we feel about losing our brother Paul.”
In a video posted to Instagram, the band then confirmed that their sixth member, Hannah Spearritt, would not be appearing in the reunion tour. Lee said: “The five of us are really excited and geared up to crack on."
The band then confirmed that the autumn reunion shows would be dedicated to their late band member, saying “It’s going to be our tribute to Paul. So, we are actually renaming the tour The Good Times Tour, which is the song that Paul was going to sing.”
S Club 7 will be heading on tour this October, with 14 shows spread across the UK and Ireland to celebrate their 25 years in the music industry.
The English pop group shot to fame in the late 1990s when they starred in their own BBC television series, Miami 7. But it was when S Club 7 released the theme music to the show, Bring It All Back, as their debut single that things really started to soar for the group. Bring It All Back reached number one in the UK Singles Charts and, after selling more than 600,000 copies, it was certified Platinum.
Over the course of 1999, the group enjoyed even more success, with S Club Party entering the UK charts at number two, and their debut album S Club also reaching number two and becoming certified Double Platinum.
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In their five years together, S Club 7 had four number-one singles, a number one album, a Top 10 hit in America, and won two BRIT awards: British Breakthrough Act and Best British Single. One of the last times S Club 7 all performed together was in 2014 for BBC Children in Need - and now, they’re back. With a reunion tour taking place this year, here’s how you can get tickets.
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S Club 7 reunion tour 2023: when and where are the UK shows?
The original S Club 7 reunion tour had 11 dates up and down the UK, but due to phenomenal demand back in February, the group added three more dates to make 14 in total. Here's the full list of UK dates and venues with tickets still available:
- 12th October 2023 — AO Arena, Manchester
- 13th October 2023 — M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
- 14th October 2023 — Sheffield Utilita Arena, Sheffield
- 18th October 2023 — OVO Hydro, Glasgow
- 19th October 2023 — Utilita Arena Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne
- 20th October 2023 — First Direct Arena, Leeds
- 21st October 2023 — AO Arena, Manchester
- 23rd October 2023 — Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff
- 27th October 2023 — The O2 Arena, London
- 28th October 2023 (matinee) — The O2, London
How to get S Club 7 tickets for 2023 UK and Ireland reunion tour
Tickets for the new shows went on sale Friday 24th February at 10am and some seats are still available at Ticketmaster. Bear in mind though that these will mostly be at resale price.