All Fired Up Tour .. ticket availability


@TheSaturdays #AllFiredUpTour kicks off in Bournemouth in only a few days – we are all very excited to see the girls back live on stage again! But don’t panic if you aren’t going. We’ve spent a few minutes tonight looking at the ticket sites, and – in some venues – some very good tickets are still available. Sadly the tour hasn’t been heavily promoted but we can sure do our bit to fill up those arenas. So if you don’t got a ticket, have a look at some gems we’ve found!

There are still tickets available for the opening night this Friday. So if you live in and around Bournemouth pop over to Ticketmaster and buy yourself a ticket, some are only £21.45 so no excuses!

If you are in the Cardiff area, there are lots of tickets now available in Block 3, some only 10 or so rows back from the stage! Seemingly extra tickets have been made available here, so rush over to Ticketmaster and grab those before they are snapped up! 

If you live in the South and East, and missed out on decent Wembley tickets, then Brighton is your answer. Ticketmaster has close to 1000 tickets still available for the show next Tuesday, admittedly a few of these are up higher and in the corners but they are only priced at £21.45 each! Brighton Centre isn’t the o2 Arena or the Manchester ENA so you will still have a great view!

Those in the North-East up and around Newcastle might be interested to hear that Block A tickets are available for the show in Newcastle! So if you’ve not got tickets for your show in and around the Newcastle area now is a good as time as any to pop over to Ticketmaster and pick up a seat or two!

If you aren’t going and we’ve not covered your local venue we suggest you keep an eye open, as the tour dates get closer, venues often release good tickets. It’s still a great time to buy tickets to the tour event of 2011, don’t miss out!!


About Matt

I’ve been running fan websites since around 1997, when I launched a Spice Girls website, a few years later I launched a website for the pop-group Steps, which in 1999 became Generation Steps later in the mid 00′s I launched PCDWorld and later The Saturdays Fansite. I’m presently a Network Administrator and a trustee for the UK charity the Dyspraxia Foundation.

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