IRISH pop group The Corrs are gearing up for a major tour next year – their first in 10 years.
The group, made up of siblings Andrea, Sharon, Caroline and Jim, will also record an album full of fresh material.
The Dundalk siblings were a regular fixture in the charts in the late 1990s and early 2000s, selling 30million records and even notching up two Grammy Award nominations.
Best known for their hits Breathless, Runaway and What Can I Do, The Corrs made a comeback with a sell-out gig in London at the weekend.
They took to the stage together for the first time in a decade for BBC’s Live in Hyde Park on Sunday, with thousands of revellers singing along to their best-known songs.
In the ten years since the band took a break, each member has gone on to do their own thing.
Andrea dabbled in acting before releasing two solo albums; Sharon also embarked on a solo career and found fame as a coach on The Voice of Ireland, while Caroline and Jim have mainly been raising their children.
Their latest offering, White Light, will be their first album since 2004’s Borrowed Heaven.
Tickets for the tour will go on sale at 9am on Monday, September 21.
See the January tour dates in full here…
19 - Genting Arena, Birmingham
20 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
22 - Echo Arena, Liverpool
23 - The O2, London
24 - Manchester Arena, Manchester
26 - The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
28 - 3 Arena, Dublin
29 - SSE Arena, Belfast