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JLS (Jack the Lad Swing) first came to the public’s attention when they were runners-up of the fifth series of The X factor in 2008 behind Alexandra Burke. They signed to Epic Records soon after and released their first single, Beat Again, which went straight to number one. This was followed by a second chart topper, Everybody in Love, and their debut album, which has sold over a million copies to date. In 2013 the band announced that they were going their separate ways but reunited in 2020. Their comeback tour was one of the hottest tickets in years and it soon became clear that they would have to extend it with an extra thirteen dates added in arenas across the country. Everybody Say JLS: The Hits Tour promises to be just as popular so don’t wait to get your tickets. Support comes from rapper and singer Tinchy Stryder.


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