Wet Wet Wet Announces 2025 Tour Dates with Special Guest

by Patria
Wet Wet Wet

The iconic band Wet Wet Wet has unveiled their tour dates for 2025, featuring the renowned soul star Heather Small from M People as their special guest. The band, known for their smash hit “Love Is All Around,” will once again take to the stage with lead vocals by former Liberty X star Kevin Simm, replacing original frontman Marti Pellow. This follows a successful sold-out tour in 2023.

The lineup, consisting of Kevin Simm, Graeme Clark, and Graeme Duffin, is excited to have Heather Small join them for what promises to be a memorable journey across the UK. Founding member Graeme Clark expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “To be back playing live, in the band I love, playing the songs I love, to people I love, completely fills my heart and soul. We can’t wait to see everybody again throughout 2025 in a venue close by!”

Kevin Simm echoed this sentiment, saying, “It’s so exciting to be going back out on tour throughout 2025! With Heather Small joining us as special guest on this tour, it is going to be a great night of hits, energy, and fun – I can’t wait!”

Graeme Duffin shared his anticipation for the upcoming tour, saying, “The sold-out 2024 tour was the most joyful and celebratory tour I’ve been on. I am eagerly looking forward to these dates in 2025.”

Heather Small herself expressed her excitement about joining Wet Wet Wet on tour, stating, “I’m so excited to join Wet Wet Wet on their extensive tour in 2025. I’m a fan of their music, so to be able to share these stages with them will be a real pleasure, it’s going to be one big party!”

The tour will kick off on January 28 at the Cambridge Corn Exchange and will include stops in various cities across the UK, culminating in a performance at London’s Indigo at the O2 on October 26. Fans can expect a night filled with hits, energy, and an unforgettable experience.

Wet Wet Wet’s 2025 tour dates:

28 January Cambridge Corn Exchange

29 January Basingstoke The Anvil

30 January Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre

31 January Stoke Victoria Hall

1 February Hull Connexin Live

3 February Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

4 February Bradford St. George’s Hall

5 February Stockton The Globe

7 February Dunfermline Alhambra Theatre

8 February Aberdeen P and J Live

9 February Dundee Caird Hall

10 October Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

11 October Edinburgh Usher Hall

12 October Gateshead Glasshouse, Sage One

13 October York Barbican

14 October Sheffield City Hall

16 October Leicester De Montfort Hall

17 October Birmingham Symphony Hall

18 October Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

19 October Salford Lowry

20 October Bath The Forum

22 October Swansea Arena

23 October Truro Hall For Cornwall

24 October Portsmouth Guildhall

25 October Southend Cliffs Pavilion

26 October London Indigo at the O2

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