Eleven years after splitting up, British pop icons S Club 7 will be ‘bringing it all back’ to Leeds next year, as part of their 2015 reunion tour.
The band, who were formed in 1998 by former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller, today revealed that they would be performing at Leeds’ First Direct Arena on May 19 of next year. The show is one of just eleven dates announced as part of their 2015 ‘Bring It All Back’ arena tour.
The announcement has come just two days after Tina, Paul, Rachel, Jo, Hannah, Bradley and Jon reunited to perform a medley of their hits on the BBC’s Children in Need telethon on Saturday night (below).
Speaking at the press launch earlier today, 37-year-old band-member Paul Cattermole said, “I miss working with these guys so much. It’s great to be together again, not just working together, but just hanging out and sharing the stage together.”
While Rachel Stevens, who went on to have a successful solo career, added “We’re going to have a few kiddies running around this time. My [4-year-old] Amelie, she knows all the words to Bring It All Back now, I mean, unbelievable! And she knows all the moves, she’s like our biggest fan. So she’ll be there.”
Tickets for the Bring It All Back Tour will go on sale on November 20 at 9am.
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