The Scheme Announced as Union J’s Support Act

Former X Factor boyband Union J were originally planning on hitting the road this October, but due to a lack of new music the four-piece group postponed their UK tour until February 2017. But while their British live shows haven been pushed back until next year, fans will still be able to catch them live as they are visiting Holland on November 30th and December 2nd, Paris on December 3rd, and also Switzerland on December 5th of this year.

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And Union J’s UK tour will be kicking off on February 1st in Newcastle and ending on February 17th in London.

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And it has now been announced that Union J who have replaced original member George Shelley with new band member Casey Johnson since their last tour, will be supported by fellow British boyband The Scheme.

The Scheme are a three-piece group made up of, Kyle, Kris, and Aleksey, and their music videos on YouTube have notched up thousands of views in the past few months!

They are dubbed by music insiders as “the band to watch”.

The Scheme announced the exciting news that they will be supporting Union J on their new tour, via Twitter:

Tickets to catch Union J, and The Scheme live at the Holland, Paris and Switzerland shows are available to purchase now.

And Tickets for their UK shows are also available right now.

Will you be going to see The Scheme when they support Union J on the road? Let us know over on Twitter @CelebMix.  

Written by Laura Klonowski

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