All Saints, the ‘90s favourites, return with their first full tour in over 15 years. Catch them performing live around the UK this year.
All Saints UK tour
Updated: 15 March 2016
The ‘90s favourites have confirmed their first headline tour in 15 years, which will include 10 concerts during October.
The news follows the release of All Saints’ brand new album and the confirmation of their first headline concert in 10 years, which will take place in London this April.
All Saints’ October is due to visit Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Bournemouth, Liverpool, London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Southend and Norwich. The tour runs from 6 to 18 October. Find available All Saints tickets below.
Nicole and Natalie Appleton, Shaznay Lewis and Melanie Blatt’s tour supports Red Flag. The brand new album marks their first release in 10 years and follows 2006’s Studio 1. All Saints’ tour will be the chance for fans to hear the band’s new sound and get to her those classic All Saints tracks live, such as Pure Shores, Never Ever and Black Coffee.
All Saints Koko show
Updated: 25 February 2016
Back with a brand new album, All Saints have confirmed their first headline concert in ten years.
The group, which were one of the biggest pop bands during the ‘90s, will play London’s Koko on 4 April. It will be the first chance for fans to hear material live from their brand new album, Red Flag.
The band’s self-titled debut album was a huge success charting at number two in the UK. This was followed by Saint & Sinners in 2000, which went to the top of the UK charts.
All Saints have won two Brit Awards, sold over 12 million records and enjoyed five No.1 singles, including Black Coffee, Pure Shores and Under The Bridge / Lady Marmalade.