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Union J - 10th Anniversary Reunion

Sat 28th May 2022

Tickets: £25.00

Sat
28 May
19:00

London - The London Palladium

19:00 - Union J - 10th Anniversary Reunion

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Union J - 10th Anniversary Reunion

Award-Winning, X Factor alumni, Union J have announced their reunion for a very special 10th Anniversary show. Performing a headline show at the iconic, London Palladium on Saturday 28th May 2022. All four original members will be coming back together for the first live performance in over six years. Tickets go on general sale Friday 4th F­­ebruary at 10am via CuffeandTaylor.com & LiveNation.co.uk

 Speaking of their reunion Union J said “We’re so excited to be back! We can’t wait to be on the stage together as a four again and to be reunited with our wonderful fans. The London Palladium is such an incredible venue and it feels like the perfect return to live shows for us as a group. After the journey we’ve had, we know it’s going to be a night that we’ll remember forever!”

    Under 25's require ID to purchase alcohol. Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times.

    Description

    Union J, catapulted into the mainstream, after being hand-picked and brought together by boy band mogul Louis Walsh during the ninth series ITV’S The X Factor. Performing each week, they quickly amassed a loyal fanbase and went on to finish fourth in the competition, and subsequently signed to RCA records, releasing their debut single Carry You just six months later in summer 2013.

    Before their disbanding in 2016, Union J achieved success, with 4 UK Top 10 singles (including 2 No.1 Physical singles) and a debut UK Top 10 album, Winning Best British Breakthrough at the BBC Teen Awards, selling out arena shows, performing to millions on National TV, and making their Hollywood debut as ‘Heartthrobs’ on Kick-Ass 2 performing their standout single Carry You.

    A decade on, all four original members of Union J are reuniting to celebrate their 10th Anniversary, performing at London’s iconic, illustrious West End Theatre, The London Palladium, on 28th May 2022.

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