Presented by MJR, The Boys Are Back tour promises an evening of late 90s boyband nostalgia! Featuring four of the era’s biggest pop acts – 5ive, A1, Damage, and 911, the tour takes in 30 dates across the UK in 2020!
Celebrating a decade of wild boys of pop, ‘The Boys Are Back’ includes the original line ups, party classics, their greatest hits, fantastic tunes, and everyone’s favourite dance moves! ‘The Boys are Back’ – on the road, and on the mic!
5ive, comprising Ritchie Neville, Sean Conlon, and Scott Robinson, were formed in 1997 by the same team who assembled The Spice Girls. Selling more than 20 million records, 5ive garnered many awards and were known for partying hard, and gained a reputation as the bad boys of pop. They reformed in 2013 for ITVs ‘The Big Reunion’, and embarked on their own sold-out headline tour the following year. Their current line-up contains three of the 5 original members.
BRIT award winning British-Norwegian band A1, is made up of Ben Adams, Paul Marazzi, Mark Read, and Christian Ingebrigsten. Breaking through in the UK in 1999, and achieved massive success throughout the UK, Asia, and Europe, with over 10 million record sales.
Damage was one of the first boy bands to really bring an urban flavour to their sound, and with 11 hit singles under their belt the band are now a four piece, which includes their original members Jade, Rahsaan, Andrez & Noel.
911, the fourth band on the bill, also reformed as part of ITVs Big Reunion, and are made up of Lee Brennan, Jimmy Constable and Simon “Spike” Dawbarn. They sold millions of records worldwide, with 8 hits in the UK top 5 and a UK number 1.
‘Boys Are Back’ Tour dates –
Wed 19 – Edinburgh – Usher Hall
Thur 20 – Carlisle Sands Centre
Fri 21 – Glasgow Kings Theatre
Sar 22 – Newcastle City Hall
Sun 23 – Northampton Royal, Derngate
Tue 25 – Birmingham Symphony Hall
Wed 26 – Bath Forum
Thur 27 – Sheffield City Hall
FRI 28 – Hull Bonus Arena
SAT 29 – Liverpool Olympia
SUN 1 – Ipswich Regent Theatre
TUES 3 – Guilford G-Live
WEDS 4 – Watford Colosseum
Thur 5 – Preston Guildhall
Fri 6 – Manchester O2 Apollo
Sat 7 – York Barbican
Sun 8 – Milton Keynes MK Theatre
Mon 9 – Norwich UEA
Wed 11 – Leicester De Montford Hall
Thur 12 – Southend Cliffs Pavillion
Fri 13 – Nottingham The Royal Concert Hall
Sat 14 – London Hammersmith Apollo
Sun 15 – Margate Winter Gardens
Tue 17 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
Wed 18 – Portsmouth Guildhall
Thur 19 – Reading Hexagon
FRI 20 – Southampton Guildhall
SAT 21 – Poole Lighthouse
SUN 22 – Plymouth Pavillions
MON 23 – Cardiff St David’s Hall
Tickets available here.