S Club have announced they are to head stateside this November to embark upon their first ever US tour!
Following the completion of their sold-out run of shows in the UK and Ireland, the group will take ‘The Good Times Tour’ across the pond to play seven gigs, in seven states.
Scheduled to kick off in San Francisco on Sunday, November 5th, Jo, Tina, Bradley, Jon and Rachel will then visit Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, and New York, before wrapping up proceedings in Toronto on Thursday, November 16th.
Sharing the news with fans and followers on social media, the band said: “We’re bringing The Good Times Tour to the USA & Canada!!! 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!”
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THE GOOD TIMES TOUR – NOVEMBER 2023
5th – The Warfield, San Francisco
6th – Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles
10th – Rosemont Theatre, Chicago
13th – Roadrunner, Boston
14th – Franklin Music Hall, Philadelphia
15th – Terminal 5, New York
16th – Meridian Hall, Toronto
Tickets for all dates go on-sale this Friday (September 15th) at 10am local venue time. For more info, head to sclub7.co.uk now!
News of the bands US tour comes following the announcement the 00’s pop sensations have teamed up with the British Heart Foundation to shine a spotlight on heart conditions in memory of their much-loved band member Paul Cattermole.
In a bid to raise awareness of the devastating impact of hidden heart conditions, the band are encouraging the public to support the charities Spotlight On Campaign in honour of the singer who died in April this year, at the age of 46.
On teaming up with the organisation, Jon said: “As a band we all personally know the devastating affect heart and circulatory diseases can have on people’s lives. Our hearts feel emptier without him, and we miss him every single day. It’s heartbreaking to know that this isn’t uncommon and far too many people die too soon from heart conditions they didn’t know they had. That’s why we’re asking everyone to show their heart and join the BHF by shining a spotlight on these conditions this September.”