80s Invasion tour to call at 12 venues this November, presale tickets available now
- Becki Crossley
- 3 April 2019
Celebrate the best music of the decade with Sister Sledge, Jason Donovan and more
The 80s Invasion Tour asks you to welcome nostalgia with open arms, to dance and celebrate the phenomenal music of the decade with Sister Sledge, Jason Donovan, Martika, Five Star, Hue & Cry and The Fizz (formerly Bucks Fizz). Presale tickets for 80 Invasion are on sale now. Tickets for the tour are available from 9am on Fri 5 Apr.
The tour returns for another year with seven nostalgia acts confirmed and more to be announced. Sister Sledge lead the bill. The group made it big with their album We Are Family in 1979, selling millions of records worldwide with the album. Multiple chart anthems include 'Lost In Music', 'We Are Family', 'He's The Greatest Dancer'. 1985 hit 'Frankie', reached No. 1 in the UK where it remained for four weeks.
Jason Donovan will also perform on the 12-date tour. The actor turned pop star turned theatre regular will perform hits like 'Nothing Can Divide Us', 'Too Many Broken Hearts', and 'Sealed With A Kiss'. Who knows, maybe he'll pull out a few tunes from The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Also performing on the tour is 80s Invasion regular Martika, 1987's Best Band Brit Award winners Five Star, Scottish duo Hue & Cry and remaining members of the fun-loving group Bucks Fizz now The Fizz.
The tour kicks off on Tue 29 Oct at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham before nights in Cardiff, Birmingham, Hull, Manchester. The six acts then move on to Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool and Brighton before a night at the Eventim Apollo in London on Sun 10 Nov. The final show of the tour goes ahead on Mon 11 Nov at the Bournemouth International Centre.
'80s Invasion 2019 tour dates:
Tue 29 Oct – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Wed 30 Oct – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Thu 31 Oct – Arena Birmingham
Fri 1 Nov – Bonus Arena, Hull
Sat 2 Nov – O2 Apollo, Manchester
Sun 3 Nov – First Direct Arena, Leeds
Wed 6 Nov – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Thu 7 Nov – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
Fri 8 Nov – M & S Bank Arena, Liverpool
Sat 9 Nov – Brighton Centre
Sun 10 Nov – Eventim Apollo, London
Mon 11 Nov – Bournemouth International Centre