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News: Wet Wet Wet Announce The Big Picture Tour 2016

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(UK) Iconic British band Wet Wet Wet announced today The Big Picture Tour, an extensive 17-date arena tour in February and March 2016. The tour reaches as far south as Plymouth and as far north as Inverness whilst covering all of England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland, giving fans all over the country the chance to see Wet Wet Wet play live.

The legendary group have sold over 15 million records whilst notching up over thirty UK chart hits including three number 1’s. Alongside this incredible success, performing amazing live shows has always been at the heart of what Wet Wet Wet do. Since coming to prominence in 1987 they have played to over 5 million people across the globe.

The tour announcement coincides with the 20th anniversary of their huge No. 1 album Picture This which included the hits Julia Says, Don’t Want to Forgive Me Now, Somewhere Somehow, She’s All On My Mind, Morning and of course Love is all Around. Two special remastered formats of the album will be released:

Picture This – The Big Picture: Super Deluxe 3CD + 1 DVD
Featuring the original album remastered with an abundance of rarities, b-sides, live tracks and a DVD with 1995’s huge ‘All Around and In The Crowd’ Wembley Arena concert. An exclusive deluxe booklet will also be enclosed.

Picture This: Deluxe 2CD
Featuring the original album remastered with a selection of rarities, b-sides and live tracks.

Lead singer Marti Pellow said “When we play together it always reminds me how great this band is and how proud I am of the armory of songs we’ve built up. We love to see the fans enjoying what we do on stage and we’re all looking forward to being on the road again”.

The Big Picture Tour 2016:


Sunday 21 Feb Rhyl Pavilion
Tuesday 23 Feb Dublin 3Arena
Wednesday 24 Feb Belfast Odyssey Arena
Friday 26 Feb Birmingham Genting Arena
Saturday 27 Feb Liverpool Echo Arena
Sunday 28 Feb Nottingham Capital FM Arena
Tuesday 01 Mar Brighton Centre
Wednesday 02 Mar Bournemouth International Centre
Friday 04 Mar Leeds First Direct Arena
Saturday 5 Mar Manchester Arena
Sunday 06 Mar London The O2 Arena
Tuesday 08 Mar Plymouth Pavilions
Wednesday 09 Mar Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Friday 11 Mar Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Saturday 12 Mar Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Sunday 13 Mar Aberdeen GE Oil & Gas Arena
Monday 14 Mar Inverness Leisure Centre