Sugababes announce one-off London show in 2023: how to get tickets to O2 Arena performance, presale details

Sugababes are recently coming off of their first tour in nine years - which saw them perform 17 dates in the UK in October and November

After the success of their UK reunion tour and various festival performances around the country, Sugababes are set to perform a one-off special show in London in 2023. The British trio have three festivals pencilled in for 2023 before arriving in London.

Sugababes are one of the biggest selling British girl groups of all time, with six number one singles along with millions of global sales and multiple multi-platinum albums. Their historic return will culminate in London next year.

It was only back in June that Sugababes announced their 17-date UK arena tour. It was their first tour for nine years, starting in October 2022 in Bristol and ended in Glasgow on November 7.

The group currently consists of Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhán Donaghy. The lineup of the band has changed three times since the group was created, but reverted back to the original members back in 2011.

Their performance in London will come almost 23 years after Sugababes released their first album. It was called One Touch, and was released in November 2000 via London Records.

When are Sugababes performing in London?

Sugababes will be performing just one show in London, and will be performing at The O2 Arena on Friday, September 15 2023.

How to get tickets to see Sugababes in London

Tickets to see Sugababes in London next year are not yet on sale. They will go on presale on Thursday, December 1 at 9am, and can be purchased through Live Nation but you must be registered on the site to get presale access.

Then, tickets will go on general sale. General sale tickets will go on sale on Friday, December 2 at 9am, and can once again be purchased on Live Nation.

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