There’s a Girls Aloud reunion tour happening in 2024

The Sound of the Underground hitmakers will be going on a UK and Ireland tour to mark their 21st anniversary!
Girls Aloud. Photo: Shutterstock

The iconic noughties girlband, Girls Aloud, which was named the UK’s biggest-selling girl group of the 21st Century in 2007, has announced a new UK and Ireland tour for 2024. The 12-stop tour, which is dedicated to late band member Sarah Harding, will be the group’s first in 11 years.

Girls Aloud first came to prominence in 2002, through the Popstars: The Rivals talent show, which aired on British TV station, ITV. Releasing music for the next seven years, the group had seven certified albums, and plenty of hit singles, including “Sound of the Underground”, “Biology”, “Love Machine’, “Something Kinga Ooooh”, and “The Promise”. The girls then went on hiatus in 2009, reunited briefly in 2012 for a 10th-anniversary tour, and then split up in 2013.

The new tour, named The Girls Aloud Arena Tour 2024, will feature four of the original members, namely Cheryl, Nicola, Kimberley, and Nadine. Sadly, the fifth band member, Sarah Harding, passed away in 2021 at the age of 39 following her battle with breast cancer. The band, in fact, has raised over €1,100,000 for breast cancer research and the tour will be dedicated to Harding.

Running from Saturday, May 18, until Saturday, June 29, 2024, The Girls Aloud Arena Tour 2024 will make stops in Dublin, Belfast, Manchester, Cardiff, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Birmingham, London, and Liverpool. Tickets will go live on Wednesday, November 29. 

You can sign up for tickets here.

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