The boys are back!
5ive, A1, Damage and 911 will hit the road in 2021, bringing you a hit-packed show of pop classics. Four acts, one unforgettable night.
This show was rescheduled from 20th February 2021 (originally 26th March 2020).
Five are the hugely successful British boy band from the late '90s, but now down to three, consisting of Scott Robinson, Ritchie Neville and Sean Conlon. Five enjoyed remarkable success worlwide, particularly in the United Kingdom, throughout Europe, Asia, Australasia, North and South America. They split up on 27 September 2001, after selling over 20 million records worldwide, having 11 top ten singles and four top ten albums in the UK, selling out Arena tours, and picking up just about every achievable award including Brits and MTV. The band reunited in 2013 as part of The Big Reunion documentary series on ITV2 and have continued to perform since then.
See 12 tour dates featuring FIVE
Internationally successful pop group a1 scored several Number One hits across the globe, including two UK No. 1s within 9 weeks, with a cover of a-ha's 'Take On Me', followed by the self-penned 'Same Old Brand New You'. In 2018, following a 15 year hiatus, the band announced they were reforming.
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911 are a British boy band that consists of Lee Brennan, Jimmy Constable and Spike Dawbarn. The band were formed in 1995 and released their debut single in May 1996. 911 began when Constable met Dawbarn whilst working as a dancer on the show The Hitman and Her. The two later found Brennan, and were signed by Virgin Records. They had their first Top 10 hit in 1996 with "Don't Make Me Wait", which reached #10. Nine more successive Top 10 hits followed, including the UK number one hit "A Little Bit More". The band split up in February 2000, reforming again in 2009 and now performing around the UK.
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Nu-soul boy band Damage were best known in the late '90s and early 2000s for their smooth looks and striking vocals. They were one of the biggest bands of the decade and still have a large fanbase. Led by Andrez Mcleod, the quintet was formed at school at the beginning of the decade when Mcleod, Jade Jones, Coreé Richards, Rahsaan J. Bromfield and Noel Simpson were all teenagers. They made quick inroads into the UK singles chart and the second single "Love II Love" reached number 12 while the follow-up "Forever" was a number 6 hit. Their debut album 'Forever' followed in the Spring of 1997, along with two further UK Top 10 singles, "Love Guaranteed" and a cover version of Eric Clapton's "Wonderful Tonight", the latter reaching number 3.
See 8 tour dates featuring Damage