(UK) Blue, one of Britain’s most successful pop groups, have announced a brand new tour for spring 2015. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 7th November. For more information click here.
Lee Ryan, Antony Costa, Duncan James and Simon Webbe catapulted to fame in 2001 with their Top 5 single ‘All Rise’. The affable quartet quickly ascended to the top of the charts with three #1 albums, scored highly-respectable collaborations with Elton John and Stevie Wonder, and even represented the UK in 2011 at the Eurovision Song Contest.
The lads, who are now doting fathers, have grown up before our eyes and their bond has only strengthened over time. The tabloids have followed their every step from chart-topping highs to personal lows. Say what you will about Blue, but no matter how many times they’ve been knocked down, they always come back stronger. They are the best of friends and with over a decade in the music industry, the boys know the game and how to play it well.
2015 will see Blue hitting the screens as they launch their new ITV show. The reality series will follow the trials and tribulations of Blue as they attempt to run a bar in Ibiza. Blue’s last album, Roulette, saw them collaborate with Grammy-winning producer RedOne, who has crafted global hits for Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj. The new album is set to reignite the band’s signature style of soaring emotional ballads and energetic pop productions.
The band celebrates the end of a successful 2014, signing with Sony Music. Back in the studio, the loveable foursome will be releasing the much -anticipated album in March 2015, and are hoping to make waves in the chart.
Blue UK Tour Dates:
Saturday 21 – Portsmouth Guildhall
Sunday 22 – Plymouth Pavilions
Monday 23 – Cardiff St Davids Hall
Tuesday 24 – Bristol Colston Hall
Thursday 26 – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Friday 27 – Bournemouth BIC Windsor Hall
Sunday 29 – London Roundhouse
Monday 30 – Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
Tuesday 31 – Newcastle City Hall
Thursday 2 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Friday 3 – Manchester O2 Apollo
Saturday 4 – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Sunday 5 – Sheffield City Hall
Tuesday 7 – Oxford New Theatre
Wednesday 8 – Ipswich Regent
Thursday 9 – Leicester De Montfort Hall