Irish Celtic infused pop icons, The Corrs announce an eight-date UK & Ireland tour titled ‘Talk On Corners’ in November 2024.Performing tracks from the acclaimed album plus a selection of their greatest hits to fans all over the United Kingdom & Ireland, the multi-million selling sibling quartet will kick off the tour at Belfast’s SSE Arena before heading to Manchester’s AO Arena, Glasgow’s OVO Hydro and Newcastle’s Utilita Arena. Joining them will be Aussie pop royalty Natalie Imbruglia. Presales for ‘Talk On Corners’ Tour will start Wednesday 7 February 2024, at 10am local time. Additional presales will run throughout the week, with general on-sale following on Friday 9th February, at 10am local time. For more information and ticket purchasing, please visit: LiveNation.co.uk. The tour announcement follows news that the band – whose biggest hits include Runaway, What Can I Do? And Breathless – are planning a first ever vinyl release of second studio album ‘Talk On Corners’, with more details to come. One of Australia’s most loved pop artists, Natalie Imbruglia will join The Corrs across all UK & Ireland tour dates. Imbruglia first stole our hearts over a quarter of a century ago with her chart-topping smash hit cover of the iconic track ‘Torn’ – since then she has released six studio albums and in 2021, she made a triumphant return with her critically acclaimed, top 10 album, ‘firebird’.
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