All Saints to go back on the road to Newcastle after 15 years

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Dig out your tank tops and cargo pants, because one of the most popular, and stylish, girl groups of the 90s have announced their first tour in 15 years – and it’s coming to the Toon.

All Saints, who had huge hits with Never Ever and Pure Shores, will play Newcastle’s O2 Academy on October 6 as part of their Red Flag tour. The band, comprising of members Melanie Blatt, Shaznay Lewis and Appleton sisters Nicole and Natalie, recently released single One Strike, with album Red Flag to follow on April 8. Recently reunited after a mini reunion in 2006, they are surely hoping their new material will match the mammoth success of their former material. With five number one singles, 12 million record sales and two Brit awards, they certainly have their work cut out for them.

“We couldn’t be more excited to be heading out on the road to perform across the UK this October,” the girls said.

“Playing live is our favourite thing to do as a band and we can’t wait to perform all our hits plus some new tracks from Red Flag. It’s incredible to think our last proper tour was over 15 years ago.

“So we’ve been waiting for this moment for a very long time. From the feedback we’ve read online it seems like a lot of our fans have been anxiously waiting too. We can’t wait to get out there and see everyone.”


Tickets will go on sale Friday March 18 at 9am and will be available from Gigs and Tours here and Ticketweb here


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