Sugababes announce Greatest Hits tour

The trio line up 13 dates in the UK and Ireland

Sugababes announce Greatest Hits tour
Sugababes are to hit the road for a Greatest Hits tour of the UK and Ireland.

The three-piece are due to embark on a 13-date jaunt next spring, which wraps up at London Wembley Arena on April 13.

They play:

Dublin Point (March 27)
Belfast Waterfront (28)
Birmingham NEC (30)
Manchester MEN (31)
Nottingham Arena (April 1)
Bournemouth Centre (3)
Plymouth Pavilions (4)
Cardiff Arena (6)
Sheffield Arena (7)
Glasgow SECC (9)
Newcastle Arena (10)
Brighton Centre (12)
London Wembley Arena (13)



Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday (November 10). For availability after then go to NME.COM/Gigs.

Sugababes will release 'Overloaded: The Singles Collection' on November 13.

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