STEPS, the 90s superstars, are going back on tour in 2021, proving 2020 isn’t just bringing us bad news after all.
Fear not, as we are here and have everything you need to get your hands on tickets to Steps’ Future Holds comeback tour.
Steps are going back on tour in 2021Credit: Twitter
Get ready to 5,6,7,8, as the full line-up will be returning to a stage near you, and bringing with them their epic back catalogue of hits.
- Get tickets to see Steps 2021 Comeback Tour – click here
The tour will kick off November 2021 in Sheffield, and come to a close in Bournemouth that December.
And with a number of big arenas booked and the one and only Sophie Ellis-Bextor as support, it’s going to a big show.
General sale tickets are on sale NOW from Ticketmaster.
You can get your hands on them here, but don’t hang about as these are sure to fly off the shelves.
Steps are going back on the roadCredit: Alamy
The band will be playing numbers from the new album, but fans better get excited, as you can expect to hear all the old school favourites including Better the Devil You Know, 5, 6, 7, 8, Tragedy, Chain Reaction, Stomp – we can’t wait.
Steps 2021 Tour Dates
- November 2 — FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield – click here
- November 3 — Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham – click here
- November 5 — Resorts World Arena, Birmingham – click here
- November 8 — Utilita Arena, Newcastle – click here
- November 11 — AO Arena, Manchester – click here
- November 13 — P&J Live, Aberdeen – click here
- November 15 — The SSE Arena, Belfast – click here
- November 18 — M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool – click here
- November 19 — First Direct Arena, Leeds – click here
- November 22 — The SSE Hydro, Glasgow – click here
- November 25 — Brighton Centre – click here
- November 26 — The O2, London – click here
- November 29 — Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff – click here
- December 1 — International Centre, Bournemouth – click here
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