S Club 7 reunite with UK and UK bands for 25th anniversary Ireland tour

Iconic '90s pop band S Club 7 are reuniting to celebrate their 25th anniversary, yes, 25 years ago. The beloved band gave us hits like "Reach," "Bring It All Back" and "Have You Ever." They seemed destined for greatness as they were created in 1998 by former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller. On February 13, the band announced on The One Show that they would be reuniting as a seven-piece band to perform, to the delight of fans (old and new) across the UK and Ireland.

The pop band, now in their 40s, consists of Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley McIntosh, Rachel Stevens and Joe O'Meara. Speaking about the reunion, Stevens said: "We're really excited to announce that we're returning to The Voice in October. We're celebrating our 25th anniversary, which is crazy." In fact, Catmull told The One Show host People, the band is hoping fans will take to social media to tell them which songs they want to hear on the tour.

S Club 7 disbanded in 2003 after recording four albums, releasing 11 singles, selling over 10 million albums worldwide and winning two Brit Awards. While some members' performances have disjointed over the years, the seven musicians last toured together in 2015. Lee cheekily told The Sun the reunion had been postponed due to his travels in India. "That's why it took so long to do it, they couldn't find me. I was in India for three and a half years," he said.

Read below for all the details on when, where and how to buy tickets for the S Club 7th Anniversary Tour.

Where is the S Club 7 tour?

The band will kick off their tour in Liverpool on October 13th and play over 11 dates across the UK and Ireland before concluding at London's O2 Concert Hall. See all dates and locations below:

October 13 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena

14 October – Utilita Arena, Sheffield

October 16 – 3Arena, Dublin

October 18 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow

October 19 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena

20th October – Leeds, first direct arena

October 21 – AO Arena, Manchester

October 23 – Cardiff, International Stage

October 24 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena

October 26 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena

October 28 – London, O2

How to buy S Club 7 tickets

Tickets for the tour go on sale at 10am (GMT) on Friday 17 February. UK tickets will be on sale on Gigs and Tours and Ticketmaster UK, while Irish tickets will be on sale on Ticketmaster's Ireland website. You can also check out S Club 7's official website for dates and links to various ticket sales locations. After the Beyoncé and Taylor Swift debacle, lining up on a vendor website before opening might be a smart move.

Fans who successfully register online before 5pm GMT on February 14 will also be able to pre-sell from 10am on Wednesday 15 February