Union J Announce First Headline Tour “Magazines + TV Screens”

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Union J Announce First Headline Tour "Magazines + TV Screens"
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On 11th June, Union J announced their first ever headline tour.

The UK tour, named “Magazines + TV Screens” will begin in December 2013 and finish a month later.

The full dates are:

December 2013
Saturday 14 – Oxford New Theatre
Sunday 15 – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Monday 16 – Sheffield City Hall
Wednesday 18 – Plymouth Pavilions
Thursday 19 – Brighton Centre
Saturday 21 – O2 Apollo Manchester
Sunday 22 – Bournemouth BIC
Monday 23 – Hammersmith Apollo (Matinee)
Monday 23 – Hammersmith Apollo
Saturday 28 – Newcastle City Hall
Sunday 29 – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Monday 30 – O2 Apollo Manchester

January 2014
Friday 3 – Ipswich Regent
Sunday 5 – Bristol Colston Hall
Monday 6 – EchoTwo at Echo Arena Liverpool
Tuesday 7 – Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
Thursday 9 – Blackpool Opera House
Friday 10 – Birmingham NIA

Union J released a statement alongside the announcement saying: “The thing we love most about music is performing and we are so excited to get out on the road for our first ever tour.

“Playing our album to fans will be brilliant. We are so excited and promise to put on a really special show.”

Union J rose to fame on the 2012 series of The X Factor where they came fourth. Since then, they’ve released debut single “Carry You” and are soon to reveal their first album.

The last time George, Jaymi, JJ and Josh toured the UK, it was with their fellow X Factor finalists on the X Factor live tour.

On the X Factor tour, they performed covers of David Guetta’s “When Love Takes Over”, Taylor Swift’s “Love Story”, Leona Lewis’s “Bleeding Love”, James Morrison and Nelly Furtado’s “Broken Strings” and Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”.

Watch the music video for Union J’s debut single “Carry You” below:

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