Today saw the long awaited announcement that the Sugababes are making a comeback. Yes, you heard that right! Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan – the OG members of the band – have reclaimed their name and are officially embarking on a UK tour. Fans across the country could not be more excited but if one thing’s for sure, these tickets are going to sell out… FAST.
Why Have They Decided To Make A Comeback Now?
As you probably know, the Sugababes line-up never stayed the same for long, with members constantly being replaced and changed throughout the band’s career. When the original three girls wanted to make a comeback, it wasn’t easy as they no longer had the right to the iconic name. The girls did actually make a comeback back in 2013 but their group name MKS didn’t restore the reputation the Sugababes name could give them.
After a difficult time trying to reclaim the rights to the name the girls created as teenagers, finally, the Sugababes are officially back along with all of their original fans! It’s been a long time coming but we couldn’t be more excited.
In an interview on This Morning, the girls explained how they have much more ‘appreciation’ towards being in the band this time round and feel more ‘ready’ now that they are in their twenties.
This new era of the band is certainly one to be excited about!
Where Will The Sugababes Be Touring?
The Sugababes have announced a UK tour later taking place in October and November this year. The tour will start out in Bristol on October 16 before making its way to cities such as Manchester, Leeds, Bournemouth and Birmingham. The final date of the tour is set to be November 2nd in London’s Eventim Apollo.
When Do Tickets Go On Sale?
A lot of fans will want to get their hands on these tour tickets which means that knowing the exact moment when they are set to go on sale is crucial for securing yours! The presale starts on June 29 and 10am and runs until the July 1 at 9am.
The general sale starts on July 1 at 10am! Whilst there aren’t any indications of ticket prices as of yet, the venues the band are set to play in are rather small which usually see tickets priced at approximately £25-£35.