JLS will take their ‘Everybody Say JLS: The Hits Tour’ to arenas across the UK & Ireland this autumn plus special guest Tinchy Stryder.

JLS 2023 Tour Dates:

Dublin 3Arena, 20 Oct
Belfast SSE Arena, 21
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 23
Bournemouth International Centre, 24
Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, 26
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 27
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 28
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 30
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 31
Manchester AO Arena, 02 Nov
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 03
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 04
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 04
Brighton Centre, 06
Leeds First Direct Arena, 07
London The O2, 09
London The O2, 10
Sheffield Utilita Arena, 11

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The announcement comes after the reunited quartet’s 2021 comeback tour, which was an experience of a lifetime for both the boys and their fans alike.

Now the JLS heart will beat again as Aston Merrygold, JB Gill, Marvin Humes and Oritsé Williams prepare to head back out on the road with their huge catalogue of hits.

The group commented, “We couldn’t be more excited to announce another UK and Ireland arena tour! Last time out was totally surreal and we’ve been eagerly awaiting the right time to do it all over again. Playing live and seeing our amazing fans is definitely the best part of being JLS!”

The X Factor boyband’s breakthrough hit ‘Beat Again’ became an instant pop classic. The song went straight to No.1 following its release back in 2009 to become the first of five UK chart-topping tracks alongside ‘Everybody In Love’, ‘The Club Is Alive’, ‘Love You More’ and ‘She Makes Me Wanna’.

They went on to release another five Top 10 hits, as well as impacted the album charts with their self-titled No.1 debut and three more Top 3 records, before saying goodbye with 2013s ‘Greatest Hits’ album. In addition, JLS were heralded with numerous major awards, including two BRITs and five MOBO Awards.

After embarking on solo ventures, they announced their ‘Beat Again’ reunion tour in February 2020, which was quickly extended and then completed in November 2021. They also returned to the charts with their comeback album ‘2.0’, which debuted at No.4 and featured songs ‘Eternal Love’ and ‘Day One’.

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