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JLS rescheduled to October 2021

Multi BRIT and MOBO Award winning boy band JLS today announce the full list of rescheduled shows for their eagerly awaited Beat Again UK and Ireland tour which will see them perform 2 shows at Sheffield Arena on Thursday 28 & Friday 29 October 2021 (rescheduled from June 2021 & November 2020) in line with the latest government guidelines. 
 
The revised tour dates are also released alongside news that JB, Aston, Marvin and Oritsé will also return with new music later this year having signed a deal with BMG Records. 
 
The Friday 25 June 2021 has been rescheduled to Thursday 28 October 2021. 
 
The Saturday 26 June 2021 has been rescheduled to Friday 29 October 2021. 
 
All 2020 & 2021 show tickets remain valid for the new dates. 
 
Both the tour and record deal mark a new era for JLS as 2021 will see them embark on both a 28 date run as well as returning with their first new music in 8 years, speaking of their new record deal the band said “After 8 years it feels great to sign a new record deal with BMG. For us, music is the core of everything we do and we are so excited to bring new music to the world again.”  
 
As part of their new record deal, JLS will work to modernize their synonymous R&B pop sound leaning on new musical influences whilst ensuring that the essence and DNA of their music and style remains present. 
 
Official Statement from JLS issued 9 March 9am :-   
 
“Hey guys, 
 
With regret we’ve had to make the decision to reschedule our JLS Beat Again tour to June 2021 as ensuring the safety of our incredible fans, crew and venue staff is our main priority. 
 
Our reunion tour is such a monumental moment for us as a band that we want to make sure we are able to give the best show possible. Given the amount of time and preparation it takes to produce an event of such scale we’ve had to postpone to a time that permits us to do so. 
 
We can’t wait to see you all next year and thank you for your patience and endless support. It’s all love, 
 
JB, Aston, Marvin and Oritsé”