Massive 1990s band announce comeback tour with special guest
Posted by  badge Boss on Feb 07
The Corrs are heading back on tour (Picture: Mick Hutson/Redferns)

It looks to be the , as another massive 1990s band have announced .

have revealed the details of a 2024 UK and Ireland tour, with released in just days.

The Irish pop group, consisting of siblings Andrea, Sharon, Caroline and Jim, sold a whopping 40 million albums worldwide, including their 1995 debut Forgiven, Not Forgotten.

And now they’re returning for an eight-date tour, titled Talk On Corners, named after their second studio album which scored highest selling in the UK after its release in 1997.

They’ll be performing tracks from the acclaimed album plus a selection of their greatest hits during shows in , , and .

As if that weren’t enough, Aussie pop royalty will be joining them.

The news of the tour comes after the What Can I Do? band announced they were planning a first ever vinyl release of Talk On Corners.

The 90s band have sold 40million albums worlwide (Picture: Nicky J. Sims/Redferns)

The Corrs: Talk On Corners UK & Ireland Tour Dates

  • Friday, November 8 – SSE Arena Belfast
  • Saturday, November 9 – 3Arena Dublin
  • Monday, November 11 – AO Arena Manchester
  • Tuesday, November 12 – Utilita Arena Cardiff
  • Thursday, November 14 – Resorts World Arena Birmingham
  • Friday, November 15 – Utilita Arena Newcastle
  • Sunday, November 16 – OVO Hydro Glasgow
  • Monday, November 18 – Utilita Arena Sheffield

The Corrs formed in the early 90s, with Jim and Sharon first playing as a duo while Caroline and Andrea were still at school.

Their first major gig was at the 1994 Fifa World Cup in Boston and they later went on to support Celine Dion on her worldwide Falling Into You Around the World Tour, before scoring their own international fame.

They won best international group at the 1999 Brit Awards, while two of their hits, Breathless and Rebel Heart, have been nominated for Grammys.

They went on an extended hiatus in 2006, before returning with new music less than a decade later (Picture: JMEnternational/Redferns)

Where have The Corrs been?

The Corrs went on an extended hiatus in 2006, taking time out to raise families while Andrea and Sharon went on to pursue solo careers and releasing their own albums.

The band reunited in 2015, and released their sixth studio album White Light, going on a European tour after their hiatus. Two years later, they released their seventh album, and latest to date, Jupiter Calling.

This will be their first major tour in the UK and Ireland in years (Picture: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)

When was the last tour by The Corrs?

The group returned in 2022 and performed for the first time in five years, taking to the stage in Australia for the first time in 21 years.

They went on to headline around Australia, New Zealand and parts of Asia.

This will be their major comeback in the UK and Ireland, with their first dates since 2017.

Presale tickets for the Talk On Corners tour start on Wednesday, February 7 at 10am local time, with general on-sale following on Friday, February 9 am 10am local time. Tickets and purchasing information can be found at .