The Corrs are back with their first tour in 10 years and brand new album, White Light. Catch the Irish group on tour in January 2016.
The Corrs UK tour
Updated: 22 September 2015
The Corrs are back with their first tour in 10 years.
Ireland’s The Corrs will take over the biggest arenas in the UK and Ireland during January 2016.
Andrea, Sharon, Caroline and Jim Corr will start their tour at Birmingham’s Genting Arena on 19 January. The tour will come to a close at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena on 29 January.
Throughout the month, The Corrs will play gigs in Cardiff, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin. The dates form the band’s first ever tour in 10 years.
Along with their tour, The Corrs have a new album, White Light. Fans at The Corrs’ live dates can expect to hear tracks from the new release, as well as the band’s older and much-loved hits.
About The Corrs
From Breathless to Runaway, Everybody Hurts and Summer Sunshine, The Corrs have released a slew of hits during their fifteen years together. Now, the band from Ireland has confirmed their first tour in ten years and a brand new album, White Light.
The sibling group – comprising Andrea, Sharon, Caroline and Jim Corr – formed in 1990, and they released their first album in 1995, Forgiven, Not Forgotten. Throughout the years, they dropped a further four albums: Talk On Corners (1997), In Blue (2000), Borrowed Heaven (2004) and Home (2005).
The band’s collections reached the top of the charts around the world, establishing the group as one of Ireland’s biggest bands. However, after 15 years, the band went on hiatus to pursue family life.
In June 2015, The Corrs announced their first UK show in 10 years. They performed in Hyde Park during summer 2015. The concert was a huge success, with fans and critics alike giving the four-piece rave reviews.