Pop diva’s The Saturdays have announced that they will be playing on more than a few Saturdays throughout February and March 2011 when they kick of a UK and Ireland tour in Liverpool on Saturday 5th of February.

Una, Frankie, Rochelle, Mollie and Vanessa have had four impressive years since debuting in 2007 and now are back with their new album ‘Headlines‘ which they will be performing live alongside their other hits. To date they have racked up two million record sales and seven top ten single.

Belfast Tickets £26.50 – £29.50 – Ticketmaster

Dublin Tickets €29.50 – €35 – Ticketmaster

February / March 2011 Tour
Sat 5th – Liverpool Philharmonic
Sun 6th – Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
Mon 7th – Newcastle City Hall
Wed 9th – Carlisle Sands Centre
Thur 10th – Manchester Apollo
Fri 11th – Sheffield City Hall
Sat 12th – Nottingham Royal Centre
Mon 14th – Wolverhampton Civic
Tue 15th – Brighton Centre
Thur 17th – London HMV Hammersmith Apollo
Sat 19th – Oxford New Theatre
Sun 20th – Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Mon 21st – Leicester De Montfort Hall
Tue 22nd – Bristol Colston Hall
Thur 24th -Plymouth Pavilions
Fri 25th – Cardiff International Arena
Sat 26th – Bournemouth International Centre
Tue 1 March – Belfast Waterfront
Wed 2 March – Dublin’s Olympia Theatre

The full tracklisting for Headlines! is:
Missing You
Ego
Higher
Forever Is Over
Died In Your Eyes
Karma
Puppet
One Shot (Starsmith Mix)

2 responses to “The Saturdays announce 2011 tour”

  1. Tickets There says:

    I cannot wait to make each and every member of this band my wife. Gonna take the easy route and kidnap them all when they’re in Ireland, move abroad to a less rigid country and force them all to submit (won’t be hard with my witty charms, dashing appearance and rugged manliness).

    Then it’s back to the UK to take Nadine Coyle, Cheryl Cole and Pixie Lott. After they’ve all been house broken, I’ll carry out my master’ Jessica Alba’ plan and all will be well :D

  2. If the police arrive at your door in minutes it’s not my fault :D

    Made me laugh though