One of the most commercially successful girl groups of all time, the Sugababes has announced they will be touring for the first time in over two decades.
The UK tour will see Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan performing a 17 date tour later this year, with the tour kicking off in Bristol in mid-October.
With legions of fans, some of who have grown up a lot since they used to be regularly chart topping will be delighted at the news, and here’s how you can get tickets.
In 2020, there was supposed to be a 20th anniversary tour, but like most things that year, it was scrapped due to Covid.
When are the Sugababes performing in London?
The trio are to take to the stage at the famous Eventim Apollo on 2 November, 2022. The show in London is one of the last one the tour.
Sugababes have recently played in London too. In June 2022, they performed for a crowd of 40,000 screaming fans at Brockwell Park, which is located just south of Brixton.
Where else are they performing?
As said, the tour kicks off in Bristol, and London is one of their last shows.
Before their arrival in London, they will be visiting Bristol, Southend, Norwich, Nottingham, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield, Brighton, Bournemouth, Southampton, Cardiff and Birmingham.
After London, they will be heading to Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Their full list of UK tour dates, including their London show are:
- 16 - SWX, Bristol
- 17 - Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
- 18 - The Nick Rayns LCR, Norwich
- 20 - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- 21 - O2 Apollo, Manchester
- 23 - O2 Academy, Leeds
- 24 - O2 Academy, Liverpool
- 25 - O2 Academy, Sheffield
- 27 - Brighton Centre, Brighton
- 28 - O2 Academy, Bournemouth
- 29 - O2 Guildhall, Southampton
- 31 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
- 1 - O2 Academy, Birmingham
- 2 - Eventim Apollo, London
- 4 - O2 City Hall, Newcastle
- 5 - The Usher Hall, Edinburgh
- 7 - O2 Academy, Glasgow
How do I get tickets for the Eventim Apollo show?
The tickets will go on two separate presales before going on general sale.
The artist presale will go live at 10am on Wednesday, 29 June until 9am on Friday, 1 July.
Then the Live Nation presale will start, starting at 10am on Thursday, 30 June and ending on Friday, 1 July at 9am.
Tickets will go on general sale, via Live Nation at Friday, 1 July at 10am.
What have they said about the tour?
On the announcement of the tour, they said: “We’re so excited to come full circle and announce our own headline UK tour. We’ll be hitting the road in October and November - can’t wait to see you all there”.
What is a possible set list?
The tour hasn’t started yet, so a full set list is not yet available.
However, in their recent performance in London they played an unreleased track named ‘Today’ so it is likely that will be played.
Other popular songs include ‘About You Now, ‘Push The Button’ and more.