S Club 7 have announced a 25th anniversary reunion , with an accompanying tour across the UK and Ireland. The legendary 90s group will stop for a gig at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena in October 2023.
Announcing their long awaited reunion on BBC One’s The One Show, band member Rachel Stevens said “We are very excited to say we’re going back out on the sound in October. We are celebrating 25 years which is just crazy.”
Fellow band member Paul Cattermole told The One Show presenters Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas that the band wants fans to reach out to them via social media to say which songs they want to hear.
Created by former Spice Girls manager, Simon Fuller, the seven piece consisting of Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O’Meara, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens, Tina Barrett had their original run between 1998 and 2003. After Cattermole’s departure in 2002, the band dropped the ‘7’ in their name before announcing they were disbanding in 2003.
During their five year original run, the group had four UK number one singles and one UK number one album. They also made it onto the Billboard Hot 100 in the US with their single Never Had a Dream Come True.
S Club 7 will hit the road across the UK for their 25 anniversary reunion tour with concerts in cities like Liverpool, Glasgow, Dublin and Birmingham. The band is coming to Utilita Arena in Newcastle on Wednesday October 18, 2023.
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S Club 7 Reunited 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 O2
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