Live Nation are thrilled to announce that due to the extraordinary fan response to ITV2's hit show 'The Big Reunion' and tickets for the hotly anticipated Hammersmith Apollo show selling out almost immediately, all six acts from the show will be hitting the road this May to wow audiences in arenas up and down the country. This must see tour will start in Sheffield on 3rd May and visit 12 cities in total, ending at London's O2 Arena on 14th May. Big Reunion tickets go on sale Friday 15th February at 9am. Tickets are sure to fly out the door for this tour, so grab yours quick!
The hit ITV2 show, currently on it's 2nd episode, sees the six chart-topping groups reunited a decade after they ruled pop, in an unmissable TV event. The Big Reunion follows their every step, as their worlds are turned upside down after years away from the spotlight. During the series, viewers will see the groups reunited for the first time since they split. For some it's the chance to relive their dream, for others it may open old wounds as they prepare to face demons they thought they had buried forever.
Each band will have just two weeks of intense rehearsals before they step back onto the stage to perform once again in front of thousands of fans at London's Hammersmith Apollo, tickets for which sold out almost as soon as they went on sale.
The six acts embarking upon this veritable pop extravaganza and their line ups are as follows:
5IVE (Ritchie Neville, Scott Robinson, Abz Love, Sean Conlon)
Atomic Kitten (Natasha Hamilton, Liz McClarnon, Kerry Katona)
B*B*witched (Edele Lynch, Keavy Lynch, Sinead O' Carroll, Lindsay Armaou)
Liberty X (Jessica Taylor, Michelle Heaton, Kevin Simm, Kelli Young, Tony Lundon)
911 (Lee Brennan, Simon 'Spike' Dawbarn, Jimmy Constable)
Honeyz (Celena Cherry, Mariama Goodman, Heavenli Roberts)
Friday 3 - Sheffield Arena
Saturday 4 - Manchester Arena
Sunday 5 - Newcastle Arena
Monday 6 - Aberdeen AECC
Tuesday 7 - Glasgow SECC
Wednesday 8 - Liverpool Arena
Thursday 9 - Nottingham Arena
Friday 10 - Bournemouth Bic
Saturday 11 - Cardiff Arena
Sunday 12 - Birmingham LG Arena
Monday 13 - Brighton Centre
Tuesday 14 - O2 Arena
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