JLS have confirmed they are getting back together, as they will head out on the 'Beat Again 2020' reunion tour at the end of this year.
JLS have confirmed they are getting back together.
In a video shared on 'The One Show' on Wednesday (12.02.20), they said: ''Hey we are JLS, and we're back! We're back together. We can't wait to go back on tour at the end of the year. And we're very excited to be on 'The One Show' this Friday, for a very exclusive performance of some of our hits. Looking forward to chatting to you then, and seeing you and our fans on Friday.''
The clip was shared on Twitter, and the boys confirmed the news when they quoted the tweet and added: ''We can't wait to spend our #ValentinesDay with you at @BBCTheOneShow this Friday. See you there (sic)''
A second video shared by the 'Beat Again' hitmakers also sees them discuss the possibility of getting back together, as Marvin says he ''thinks it's time'' for the group to reunite.
Whilst Aston tells his pals it's been 10 years since their first headline tour, so it's only fitting they hit the road again for their new tour, titled 'Beat Again 2020'.
The caption on the video reads: ''IT'S TIME!! Our #BeatAgainTour is coming your way this Nov/Dec. We can't wait to be reunited with you all!
''Register for pre-sale access before Tues 18th 3pm: https://smarturl.it/BeatAgainPreSale...
''General sale starts Fri 21st at 9am! (sic)''
The tour will see the band play in Dublin, Belfast, Brighton, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Hull, Sheffield, Newcastle, Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, London, and Nottingham throughout November and December of this year.
Tickets for the shows go on pre-sale on February 18 at 3pm, before general sale starts on February 21 at 9am.
JLS 'Beat Again 2020' tour dates:
12 - Dublin - 3Arena
13 - Belfast - SSE Arena
15 - Brighton - Centre
16 - Bournemouth - International Centre
18 - Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena
19 - Hull - Bonus Arena
20 - Sheffield - Flydsa Arena
21 - Newcastle - Utilita Arena
25 - Leeds - First Direct Arena
26 - Glasgow - SSE Hydro
27 - Manchester - Arena
28 - Birmingham - Resorts World Arena
30 - Liverpool - M&S Bank Arena
01 - London - The O2 Arena
02 - Nottingham - Motorpoint Arena
They might sound like they're from the 70s, but they way they roll is very 2020.
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