JLS announce extra Newcastle Utilita Arena date for Everybody Say JLS: The Hits UK Tour - how to get tickets

JLS has announced an extra date in Newcastle after selling out the Utilita Arena for their UK tour

JLS has announced an extra date for their The Hits tour in Newcastle due to popular demand. The X-Factor-formed boy band announced a comeback tour in February, and fans have gone crazy for tickets.

JLS announced 15 shows across the country this autumn, but now they have released an extra matinee show in Newcastle after selling out the Utilita Arena.

At the time of the tour announcement JLS said: “We couldn’t be more excited to announce another UK and Ireland arena tour! The last time out was totally surreal and we’ve been eagerly awaiting the right time to do it all over again. Playing live and seeing our amazing fans is definitely the best part of being JLS!"

JLS rose to fame in 2009 and shot to number one with their pop classic ‘Beat Again’ hit. They then released further singles including ‘Everybody In Love’, ‘The Club Is Alive’, ‘Love You More’ and ‘She Makes Me Wanna’ which also topped the charts. The group disbanded in 2013 following the final gig of their Goodbye tour at The O2 Arena in London on 22 December 2013.

Now, Aston Merrygold, JB Gill, Marvin Humes and Oritsé Williams, will bring their catalogue of unforgettable hits, stellar vocal talent and eye-catching choreography across the UK this year with their new tour.

JLS pictured at the 2021 Jingle Bell Ball. (Getty Images)
JLS pictured at the 2021 Jingle Bell Ball. (Getty Images)
JLS pictured at the 2021 Jingle Bell Ball. (Getty Images)

JLS UK tour - when will they perform in Newcastle?

JLS will be at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena on November 4, 2023. They will perform a matinee show at 12pm and again in the evening.

How to get tickets?

Fans with Three presale access can buy tickets from March 15 at 9am. General sale tickets go on sale from 9am on Friday, March 17 on the Ticketmaster website.

JLS UK tour - full list of dates

October 20 - Dublin, 3Arena

October 21 - Belfast, SSE Arena

October 23 - Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena

October 24 - Bournemouth, International Centre

October 26 - Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena

October 28 - Birmingham, Utilita Arena

October 30 - Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena

November 2 - Manchester, AO Arena

November 3 - Glasgow, OVO Hydro

November 4 - Newcastle, Utilita Arena

November 6 - Brighton, Centre

November 7 - Leeds, First Direct Arena

November 9 - London, The O2

November 10 - London, The O2

November 11 - Sheffield, Utilita Arena