Vengaboys are set to make their UK comeback supporting fellow 90s act Steps on their November arena tour.
Vengaboys are set to return to the UK supporting Steps.
The 'We're Going to Ibiza' hitmakers have been bringing their cheesy pop show to fans across the world over the past decade, and as their debut album 'Up & Down - The Party Album' turns 20 they are set to reconnect with their fans by opening for the fellow 90s pop group on their arena tour this November.
Speaking about bringing their Vengabus back to the UK, D-Nice - who is joined by Kim Sasabone, Ma'Donny and Robin Pors in the Dutch group - said: ''The Vengaboys story is a total adventure. It takes us around the world in an unstoppable fun-fest. And we're loving our Nonstop World Tour!''
Vengaboys first emerged in 1998, had went on to have multi-platinum-selling hits with 'We Like to Party!', 'Boom, Boom, Boom Boom!!' and 'We're Going to Ibiza', reaching the top of the charts in over 25 countries across the globe.
The Eurodance group have released just three albums during their 20-year career, 1999's 'The Party Album', 2000's 'The Platinum Album' and their last was 2014's 'Xmas Party Album'.
The UK shows come after their biggest selling Australia and New Zealand tour in 2016.
Steps and The Vengaboys UK tour dates are as follows:
Sunday, November 12, The SSE Arena
Monday, November 13, 3Arena Dublin
Tuesday, November,14, SSE Arena
Thursday, November 16, SSE Hydro Glasgow
Friday, November 17, Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre
Saturday, November 18, Echo Arena Liverpool
Monday, November 20, Metro Radio Arena
Tuesday, November 21, First Direct Arena
Thursday, November 23, Brighton Centre
Friday, November 24, The O2
Saturday, November 25, The SSE Arena Wembley
Monday, November 27, Bournemouth International Centre
Tuesday , November 28, Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Wednesday, November 29, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Friday, December 1, Barclaycard Arena
Saturday, November 2, Manchester Arena
Sunday, November 3, Manchester Arena
Wednesday, December 6, Echo Arena Liverpool
Thursday, December 7, SSE Arena
Saturday, December 9, Genting Arena
Sunday, December 10, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
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