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JLS, Alicia Keys + more announce rescheduled shows

Discover more as artists and events confirm new dates.

Making their highly anticipated comeback, four-piece JLS have rescheduled their Beat Again UK run to 2021. They join stateside superstar Alicia Keys, former One Direction member-gone-solo Louis Tomlinson, Kentucky rockers Black Stone Cherry, and underground indie heroes The Subways in rescheduling their headline tours.

All tickets purchased through Ticketmaster for the original dates remain valid for the newly announced shows, and those affected will be contacted by our Customer Services team.

For a full list of all cancelled, postponed and rescheduled events, and for all FAQs, head to our Event Status Updates.

JLS announced their comeback at the end of 2019, confirming a return to the stage at the start of the year. The four-piece – comprising Aston Merrygold, Oritsé Williams, Marvin Humes, and JB Gill – broke into the mainstream in 2008 when they took part in the fifth series of X Factor, ending in second place behind season winner Alexandra Burke.

They unveiled their debut single – Beat Again – the following year, hitting the top spot on the UK singles chart and launching their self-titled debut. The album marked the first of four top 5 UK records, most recently unveiling Evolution in 2012 before announcing their split.

The Beat Again tour will now see JLS take to venues across the UK in June and July 2021.

Alicia Keys has rescheduled her three headline UK dates, bringing her to Manchester, London and Birmingham in June of next year. The shows come in support of her Alicia full-length, set for release later this year. Keys has already unveiled a number of tracks from the album, including Show Me Love featuring RnB star Miguel, Underdog and her most recent single Perfect Way To Die.

The album will mark Alicia’s seventh full-length release, and first since 2016’s HERE. Her catalogue of hits include breakthrough Fallin’, 2007’s No One, 2009’s collaboration with Jay-Z Empire State Of Mind, and the anthemic Girl On Fire.

Alicia Keys will take to Manchester, London and Birmingham on the 6, 9 and 10 June 2021 respectively.

With his celebrated debut full-length Walls under his belt, former One Direction member turned solo artist Louis Tomlinson has rescheduled his headline run to February 2021, including two nights at London’s Roundhouse.

Walls arrived in January 2020, featuring singles Two Of Us and Kill My Mind. Tomlinson rose to fame as one fifth of the X Factor third place finishes and subsequent global superstars One Direction. Following the split of the band, Louis first released music alongside electronic musician Steve Aoki, and again with Digital Farm Animals and Bebe Rexha. His first proper solo single, Miss You, arrived in 2017.

Louis Tomlison will now perform across the UK from 15 – 21 February 2021.

Touring their 2018 album Family Tree, Black Stone Cherry have rescheduled their headline dates to September 2021, while Hertforshire indie-rockers The Subways will headline throughout late September and early October.


JLS
The mammoth Beat Again tour will now run throughout the UK from 14 June – 18 July 2021.
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Alicia Keys
Celebrating her Alicia album, Alicia Keys will take to Manchester, London and Birmingham in June 2021.
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Louis Tomlinson
The former One Direction member and Walls solo star will headline from 15 – 21 February 2021.
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Black Stone Cherry
The Kentucky rockers will bring Family Tree to the UK from 9 – 29 September 2021.
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The Subways
The indie heroes will headline across the UK from 23 September – 2 October 2021.
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All tickets purchased through Ticketmaster for the original dates remain valid for the newly announced shows, and those affected will be contacted by our Customer Services team.

For a full list of all cancelled, postponed and rescheduled events, and for all FAQs, head to our Event Status Updates.

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