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Please read the following statement from the show organisers:
“It is with deep regret that we must inform you we are having to reschedule the 2019 Stepback 90s vs 00s tour due to unforeseen production issues.
We hate letting people down, but after serious consideration we have taken the very difficult decision to reschedule the tour.
This is by far our biggest Arena Tour to date. To fall short, and not to be able to provide the high level of production we would expect to deliver for the fans, would be a travesty and something we are not prepared to compromise on.
We will be working tirelessly to obtain revised dates from the Arenas for early 2020. Once the new dates are confirmed, ticket holders will be advised immediately via email provided at time of purchase.
Ticket holders for the 2019 tour will automatically have their tickets transferred to the new date at the original venue of choice.
We really appreciate your understanding and patience whilst we work on rescheduling the tour. Again, we are extremely sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and look forward to seeing you all at the concerts in 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.
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S Club Party
Three members of S Club 7 don't stop movin' and continue to reach for the hits. Featuring Jo, Bradley and Tina.
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Atomic Kitten are a British pop girl group formed in Liverpool in 1998 and originally featured Kerry Katona, Natasha Hamilton and Liz McClarnon. The group was founded by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark members Andy McCluskey and Stuart Kershaw, who served as principal songwriters during Atomic Kitten's early years. The group's debut album Right Now was released in October 2000 and charted at number 39 in the United Kingdom. After five top ten singles Kerry Katona quit – four weeks before Whole Again reached number one in the UK Singles Chart – and was replaced by former Precious singer Jenny Frost.
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Fatman Scoop is notorious for shouting his name and requesting that you do whatever he tells you, so put your hands up! With video cameos for P.Diddy, 50 Cent and Elephant Man to name a few, Scoop’s booming voice, catchy hooks, electrifying energy and charismatic presence never go unnoticed.
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Founded in 1992, the group's name came from the postcode for Walthamstow. East 17 notched up eighteen Top 20 singles and four Top 10 albums, and were one of the most famous acts in the world during the early to mid 1990s. In contrast to the wholesome boy band image, East 17 were seen as a grittier and more 'real', blending rap and pop in songs such as 'House of Love' and 'Steam', and also tackled political issues with tracks like 'Let It Rain'. Their 1994 single 'Stay Another Day' remained at the top for five weeks and was also that year's Christmas Number 1, and is still a classic Christmas anthem. East 17 were Tony Mortimer, Brian Harvey, John Hendy and Terry Coldwell. Nowadays, the lead vocal has been taken up by Robbie Craig of Artful Dodger fame. John Hendy and Terry Coldwell make up the trio.
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Blazin' Squad are an English hip hop group from East London. The group have had seven top ten hits, including "Crossroads", a cover version of the Bone Thugs-n-Harmony original.
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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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The young production duo of Skillz and Fingaz were the masterminds behind Big Brovaz, a collective that emerged from South London in early 2002. Taking their cue from So Solid Crew, the group featured a coed crew of vocalists. The MOBO award-winning R&B and hip hop music group’s debut single, ‘Nu Flow’ was a huge success, where it made the top 3 and spent over four months inside the top 75. Their debut album of the same name was released on 4 November 2002 to rave reviews and reached platinum status. The group followed up with three more top ten singles. Big Brovaz are J Rock, Nadia, Randy and Flawless.
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An English dance duo, comprised of Cherise Roberts and Nadia Shepherd, who formed following the split of their former band Big Brovaz. The group are best known for their 2006 hit single 'Boogie 2nite' which peaked at no.2 in the UK singles chart.
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- Broughton Lane
- S9 2DF
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