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Big Reunion Boy Band Tour coming to Leeds Arena

The boys from Blue will be performing in Leeds this October.

The boys from Blue will be performing in Leeds this October.

The boy bands are back in town!

Five, Blue, 911, A1, Damage, 3T and the recently formed 5th Story featuring Gareth Gates, Dane Bowers, Adam Rickitt, Kavana and Kenzie, will be heading to the Leeds Arena as part of their 13-date tour this October.

The bands will be taking to the Leeds First Direct Arena stage on Monday October 27.Tuesday.

Tickets are now on sale and priced £27.50 and £45 from.livenation.co.uk or www.ticketmaster.co.uk.

Meet and greet packages will also be available at all venues from.vipnation.eu. All tickets are subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee.

Series one of The Big Reunion which aired last year starred some of the biggest pop groups of the 90s coming together for the ultimate reunion.

Acts featured included Five and 911 who were joined by surprise addition Blue mid-way through the series. The groups were thrust back into the spotlight, reliving their dreams and revealing the highs and lows of life in a pop group. The groups followed the success of the programme by embarking on two UK and Irish tours in May and December, performing in arenas to almost 200,000 fans.

The show returned to TV screens this February with a brand new line-up of popstars – including Boy Band Tour members A1, Damage, 3T and the newly formed 5th Story. The new supergroup is comprised of solo artists Gareth Gates, Adam Rickitt and Kavana, along with Another Level’s Dane Bowers and Blazin’ Squad’s Kenzie.

Combined they have had 27 top ten hits including five number ones, won MOBO, Smash Hits, and MTV awards and played to sold out crowds around the world.

The latest series has documented exclusive and explosive accounts from former pop heroes, with revelations about drugs, fisticuffs, rows, bulimia, shattered dreams and how the music industry can leave even apparently successful stars penniless.

 

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