S Club cancel gig at last minute due to ‘unforeseen issue’
Posted by  badge Boss on Oct 13
S Club’s gig has been cancelled (Picture: PA)

were due to perform at the Bank Arena in tonight, but has been cancelled.

Fans will no longer be able to see, , , Bradley McIntosh, and Jon Lee perform on stage in Merseyside this weekend, as it has been postponed to Monday, October 30.

The arena has released a statement explaining the circumstances.

‘Due to an unforeseen technical issue which is beyond our control and is impacting the power supply, we have sadly been forced to take the decision – with the event promoter – to postpone tonight’s performance by S Club,’ it began.

‘We understand that S Club fans and the band will be very disappointed but as the safety and comfort of our visitors is our utmost priority, the show cannot proceed as planned.

‘Happily, the band are able to reschedule the show to Monday 30th October 2023 and all remain valid. If you are unable to make the new date refunds are available from the point of purchase but we all hope you can make the rescheduled date.

S Club performed at the AO Arena in Manchester yesterday (Picture: PA)

‘We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding. As the technical issue is in an isolated area of the campus, we are not anticipating that any other events will be affected.’

S Club also posted their own statement on the band’s Instagram page.

The group have told fans they are ‘beyond devastated’ and ‘absolutely heartbroken’.

S Club are ‘beyond devastated’ (Picture: Instagram/S Club)

‘We can’t begin to express how sorry we are. Especially as we know so many of you have travelled great distances to join us tonight. But your safety is our priority always,’ they added.

They signed off by thanking fans for their continued support.

The concert tonight would have been the second performance of S Club: The Good Times tour.

The band paid tribute to Paul Cattermole (Picture: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

They opened their 25th-anniversary reunion tour in Manchester and to their late friend and bandmate .

This was the first time the pop band were back together sinceaged 46 in April, and they took a moment to pay their respects.

As reported by the MailOnline, the band left the stage partway through the set as the lights dimmed and a video montage of their friend appeared on the screen, featuring footage of him performing with the group.

Through the show, each member of the group – who are also without former bandmate Hannah Spearritt for the tour after she after her ex’s death – took the time to offer their own tributes to Cattermole.