2 December 2014

Atomic Kitten announce 15th anniversary UK tour

Atomic Kitten 15th anniversary UK tour

Atomic Kitten announce 15th anniversary UK tour 

Atomic Kitten, the UK's biggest selling girl band of their era, are hitting the road again with a record breaking world tour next year celebrate their 15th year anniversary.

Atomic Kitten – June 2015
Wednesday       3rd         The Institute Birmingham
Thursday           4th         O2 Academy Oxford*
Friday               5th         O2 Academy Bristol*
Saturday           6th         The Ritz Manchester
Monday            8th         O2 Academy Newcastle*
Tuesday            9th         O2 ABC Glasgow*
Thursday           11th       O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire*
Friday               12th       O2 Academy Liverpool*

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 5th December priced £21 regionally and £22.50 in London (subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee) from, with VIP Packages available at
 * or 0844 477 2000

Since bursting on to the pop scene in 1999 with their debut single 'Right Now', Atomic Kitten went on to sell over 10,000,000 records globally, with number 1 singles and albums dominating the charts, The girls have also sold-out arena tours worldwide and have continued to wow audiences for over a decade.

The hit TV show The Big Reunion confirmed the Kitten's enduring appeal with a hugely varied age range, and now the girls are treating their fans to a new world tour, including eight UK dates as well as dates in Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, Australia, Asia and Russia.

The tour kicks-off in Germany before coming to the UK where they will visit London, Oxford, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle and finishing in their home City of Liverpool before hitting the world trail.

The girls said "We can't wait for next year's tour and we've got a fantastic album lined up as well. We've all grown up so much since our last Atomic Kitten tour, and so have our fans.  There'll be nostalgia, lots of fun and we'll be bringing a whole new element to the shows that our fans can relate to.  We want it to be one big celebration"

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