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Sugababes announce huge reunion tour and it has two Yorkshire dates

Yorkshire Live logo Yorkshire Live 2 days ago Craig Jones

Sugababes will be coming to Sheffield as part of their big reunion tour.

As we all know the trio has had a number of line ups down the years but on this tour they will be performing as the original trio. So, fans will get to see Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan together on stage when they venture to Yorkshire.

Sugababes are famous for songs including Push The Button, Too Lost in You and Round Round. They will be taking to the stage at Sheffield O2 Academy on Tuesday, October 25.

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Ahead of their reunion tour they played Mighty Hoopla earlier this month. Celebrating the news of their 17-date tour, Sugababes released a statement. It reads: "We’re so excited to come full circle and announce our own headline UK tour. We’ll be hitting the road in October and November - can’t wait to see you all there"


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The group will also be performing at Glastonbury this weekend so fans will be able to catch highlights from their set as part of the BBC’s coverage of the fun from Worthy Farm. Over twenty years after their debut album One Touch and the breakout critically acclaimed single, Overload, the era-defying trio are still one of the biggest selling British girl groups of all time, with six number one singles.

If you’d love to see Sugababes in Leeds or any other show on their tour, which includes performances in Leeds, Manchester and Nottingham, you can buy tickets from 10am on Friday, July 1 from Ticketmaster.

Don't forget, you can find the latest news about big gigs happening in Yorkshire and nearby by visiting our What's On homepage where you can also find news about great things to do across the region.

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