If you are a child of the 1990s and early 2000s, this line up has been hand-picked especially for you!
The best pop groups of that generation – B*witched, Atomic Kitten, East 17 and S Club 3 – are uniting for what promises to be the best pop show of 2017!
The four groups will perform at the Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide on February 8 and Festival Hall in Melbourne on February 9. Click here to buy tickets now.
Between them, the four groups have sold tens of millions of albums and amassed a raft of hit singles. The members of these groups truly did provide the soundtrack for a generation and now is your chance to relive your younger days and see B*witched, Atomic Kitten, East 17 and S Club 3 live on stage.
To celebrate the upcoming performances, we’ve put together a playlist of the four groups’ best and most memorable hits. Enjoy!
B*witched burst onto the scene in the late 1990s with the hit single C’est la Vie, which enjoyed major chart success all over the world. The Irish girl band consisted of twin sisters Edele and Keavy Lynch, the younger sisters of Boyzone singer Shane Lynch, Sinead O’Carroll and Lindsay Armaou. The foursome met is many ways including through kickboxing class and at the motor mechanics where Keavy worked. B*witched cultivated a ‘tom boy’ image, which appealed to a young audience. Well, that young audience is all grown up now and we are so excited to see the members of B*witched reunite on stage for these incredible performances.
C’est la Vie
Liverpool has a knack for producing amazing bands and performers (anyone remember The Beatles?) but the town’s most famous girl group is undoubtedly Atomic Kitten. The trio has enjoyed enormous success, selling more than 10 million albums worldwide. Original members Kerry Katona and Natasha Hamilton have reunited (with the blessing of bandmate Liz McClarnon) for the upcoming shows. McClarnon has been replaced for international shows by Libery X singer Michelle Heaton. Atomic Kitten has a raft of amazing songs to select from, but we have chosen the two below to highlight the catchy pop tunes the group has become famous for. Enjoy!
The Tide is High (Get the Feeling)
S Club 3
The early 2000s were dominated by catchy pop tunes and S Club 7 was one of the greatest proponents of this. The pop group was created by Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller and enjoyed worldwide success. As well as releasing 11 singles, four studio albums and selling more than 10 million albums, the S Club 7 band members also featured on a television series that helped to promote the group’s music. Now S Club 3, three of the original members – Jo O’Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Tina Barrett – will appear together to perform their hit songs.
Don’t Stop Movin’
Bring It All Back
East 17 dominated the 1990s. The English boy band achieved 18 top 20 singles and topped the charts in Australia with It’s Alright. Original members John Hendy and Terry Coldwell will team up with Robbie Craig to perform at the upcoming shows. East 17 was not your average boy band; while most are known for cheesy pop (and there is nothing wrong with cheesy pop!) this group combined dance pop, pop-rap and hip hop to create a sound that was totally unique to East 17. If you were a child of the 90s, you know East 17. Relive your youth and check out East 17!
House of Love
B*witched, Atomic Kitten, East 17 and S Club 3 will perform at the Thebarton Theatre in Adelaide on February 8 and Festival Hall in Melbourne on February 9. Click here to buy tickets now.