Fan’s of pop nostalgia tours will be left feeling disappointed this morning as the All Saints, Atomic Kitten and East 17 reunion tour has been unexpectedly cancelled.

All SaintsAll Saints will not be heading out on tour with Atomic Kitten and East 17

The Another Time, Another Place tour was set to be headlined by All Saints and feature Jenny Breggren from Ace of Base, Let Loose and Big Brovaz alongside East 17 and Atomic Kitten. No word has been given yet on why the eight date tour has been called off, but Ticketmaster has listed the dates as cancelled and the official tour website has been shut down. The only comment so far has been from Ticketmaster who told a fan on Twitter, “Yes, the tour has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, sorry. All affected customers will be contacted shortly!’’ The shows were scheduled to take place in November and would visit Glasgow, Sheffield and Manchester, as well as London’s O2 Arena on November 19th.

Atomic Kitten came back into the spotlight last year after appearing on ITV2 reality show ‘The Big Reunion’. The reformed girl band were said to currently be working on new material. All Saints also found an enthusiastic fan base for their recent comeback, they just played a successful show at London’s G-A-Y nightclub. There’s no official word yet from any of the acts as to what has happened with the tour.

Atomic KittenAnother Time, Another Place perhaps for the Atomic Kitten, East 17 and All Saints tour

If you are desperately in need of a nostalgic pop fix this year then you'll be happy to know that Blue, 911 and Five have their own tour starting this October entitled The Big Reunion Boy Band Tour. The three big acts will be joined by Damage, A1 and 3T on the shows.