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How to get tickets for JLS’s 2023 reunion tour

The English boyband are reuniting for more than a dozen UK shows – here’s everything you need to know

Ed Cunningham
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Ed Cunningham

2023 is undeniably the year of comeback tours. Beyoncé? Yep. Madonna? Yep. S Club 7? Yep. And now, if you enjoyed singing along to JLS back in the day, this one is for you. In news that’s sure to make your heart beat (again), the English boyband has announced a reunion tour – and they’re heading to more than a dozen cities throughout the UK and Ireland

JLS, for those not in the know, is a four-person group consisting of Aston Merrygold, Oritsé Williams, Marvin Humes and JB Gill. They were runners-up in talent TV show ‘The X Factor’ all the way back in 2008, before having several hit singles (including platinum-selling ‘Beat Again’ and ‘Everybody in Love’) and then disbanding in 2013. They reunited for the first time in 2019, announcing a new album and tour.

The group’s latest reunion tour is called ‘Everybody Say JLS: The Hits Tour’ and it’ll include 15 arena shows, starting in Dublin on October 20. The presale for the tour starts today, with general sale coming up on Friday, so look sharp and set those alarms. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2023 tour.

When do JLS tickets go on sale?

Tickets go on general sale on Friday March 3 at 9am. Presale tickets will go on sale on Wednesday March 1 at 9am.

How much do tickets cost?

Ticket prices haven’t yet been announced. When they go on sale, ticket prices for each venue will be available here.

What dates and venues are on the tour?

What have JLS said?

JLS announced the tour with a tweet, saying:

What exactly does JLS stand for? 

JLS stands for ‘Jack the Lad Swing’, combining the musical genre ‘new jack swing’ with the phrase ‘Jack the Lad’. The name was shortened to its initials during their time on ‘The X Factor’ in 2008.

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