The tour will see them playing at The Brighton Centre on Tuesday 6th December, 2011 and it’s clear that while The Saturdays were ‘big’ before, they are about to get ‘HUGE’.
"The thought that we are about to take on arenas sends a shiver down my spine," Rochelle comments, "it's everything we've ever dreamed of as a band – and we know the end of the year is going to come around so fast. Playing an arena is a terrifying, but most exciting thought!"
The girls already know that they’ll be performing material from their forthcoming – and as yet, unnamed, album. Although they do say the fabulously bold and edgy first single Notorious is a good indication of what’s to come, a tougher, edgier sound. “It’s very current,” says Una. “We still have our pop edge, but this time around we've taken things a bit more dancey."
Frankie adds: "And we want to reflect that in our live show. We want it to be like one big giant party. The best night out you can have this December!"
Undoubtedly, the UK’s biggest and most consistently high-hitting girl band, with over 650,000 Facebook fans and a combined 1 million followers on twitter, The Saturdays have sold over 2 million singles and albums in the UK alone.
Under 14s to be accommpanied by an adult.
7.05pm - 7.30pm Blink TV1,
7.30pm - 7.45pm NVS,
7.45pm- 08.05pm Daniela Brooker,
8.05pm - 8.25pm Oh My!,
8.25pm - 8.50pm Blink TV2
8.50pm -10.30pm - THE SATURDAYS.
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