S Club 7 Announce North American Dates of 25th Anniversary ‘Good Times’ Reunion Tour

Published: Wednesday 27th Sep 2023 by Rashad

North American fans of 2000’s Pop ensemble S Club 7 felt left out of the S Club party when the sevensome unexpectedly announced a 25th anniversary reunion tour earlier this year.

In response to the overwhelming demand to bring the trek across the Atlantic, the ‘Bring It All Back’ hitmakers – comprised of surviving members Jon, Tina, Bradley, Rachel, and Jo – took to social media to announce they’ll be delivering fan favorites like ‘Never Had a Dream Come True,’ ‘You’re My Number One,’ ‘Natural,’ ‘Two in a Million,’ and more to stages Stateside.

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Taking to Instagram earlier this month, the group reported they’re set to bring ‘The Good Times Tour’ to the USA & Canada across 7 shows kicking off November 5.

“We’re so excited to announce that for the first time ever we’ll be touring outside of the UK. We can’t wait to have an S Club Party with you across North America for 7 special shows,” they announced to their nearly 80,000 followers on the platform.

Touching down in major metropolitan areas like New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Toronto, and more, look below to see the full list of dates for the region.

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  1. B2J September 28, 2023

    This was announced 2 weeks ago. A little on this…And also Aqua is doing a Barbie World Tour in North America in November as well. It’s so crazy that S Club has never toured in US but did their TV show in Miami, LA & Hollywood. And 5ive & All Saints need to do a North America tour next!

    • B2J September 28, 2023

      A little *late* on this….

  2. #TheTruth September 28, 2023

    All Saints are so good. They are totally different from S Club 7. Their sound was much more mature since their first release. They have such a nice catalogue, I’d definitely go see them live if I could.

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