Fans have reacted with joy to the news that S Club 7 will be performing in Nottingham as part of a 25th anniversary tour. The seven original members of the pop group will perform at the Motorpoint Arena on October 24, as well as in 10 other UK cities, including Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds and Manchester.
Just hours after the announcement, fans can already get ready to purchase tickets, the first of which will go on sale Wednesday (February 15) at 10 a.m. during Three’s presale. Next up is the general sale which begins this Friday (February 17) at 10am on Ticketmaster.
Ticket prices will start from £39.48, according to the Motorpoint Arena website. Many Nottinghamshire Live readers reacted with delight to the news on social media.
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On Facebook, Fiona Rachel Syson wrote: “My life is complete. So excited about this!” John Hall said, “I love watching them.”
Adam Werle added: “I have to go.” Others weren’t so enthusiastic, with Simon Crowley writing: “Just when you think things can’t get any worse, here comes S Club 7 to prove that things can get worse.”
Mike Norman said, “Oh, I can’t wait. He said no one ever.” Speaking ahead of the tour, the band said: “After eight years, it feels amazing to announce that we will be reuniting and performing together again. We are so excited to bring the S Club party back to our fans across the country in celebration of the 25th years of S Club 7.
“Music and friendship have always been at the center of everything we’ve done. We hope everyone can join us for a great party!” S Club 7 became a household name in the late ’90s and early 2000s, producing four multi-platinum selling albums, nine international number one singles and winning two BRIT Awards.
S Club 7 full UK tour dates
- Oct 13 – Liverpool – M&S Bank Arena
- Oct 14 – Sheffield – Utilita Arena
- October 16 – Dublin – 3Arena
- Oct 18 – Glasgow – OVO Hydro
- Oct 19 – Newcastle – Utilita Arena
- Oct 20 – Leeds – First Direct Arena
- October 21 – Manchester – AO Arena
- October 23 – Cardiff – International Arena
- Oct 24 – Nottingham – Motorpoint Arena
- Oct 26 – Birmingham – Utilita Arena
- October 28- London – The O2