LS have rescheduled their comeback tour after the continuning Covid-19 outbreak forced the band to rejig their plans.
The newly reformed four-piece - Aston Merrygold, Oritse Williams, Marvin Humes and JB Gill - were set to hit the road for a series of massive arena gigs across the UK and Ireland this winter, but will instead make the journey in summer next year.
It means fans will have to wait a little bit longer to hear hits such as Beat Again and Everybody in Love in the live setting.
Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming tour.
JLS reunion tour dates for June and July 2021
- June 11 - Belfast SSE Arena
- June 12 - Dublin 3Arena
- June 14 - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
- June 15 - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
- June 16 - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
- June 18 - Leeds First Direct Arena
- June 19 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena
- June 21 - Hull Bonus Arena
- June 22 - Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
- June 23 - Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
- June 25 - Sheffield Flydsa Arena
- June 26 - Sheffield Flydsa Arena
- June 28 - Brighton Centre
- June 29 - Bournemouth International Centre
- July 1 - Manchester Arena
- July 2 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena
- July 3 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena (Free NHS Matinee Show)
- July 4 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena
- July 6 - Glasgow The Sse Hydro
- July 7 - Glasgow The Sse Hydro
- July 8 - Manchester Arena
- July 9 - Newcastle Utilita Arena
- July 10 - Newcastle Utilita Arena
- July 12 - London The O2
- July 13 - Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
- July 14 - Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
- July 16 - London The O2
- July 17 - London The O2
- July 18 - London The O2
Are my tickets still valid for the rescheduled shows?
Any tickets that were bought for the original dates will remain valid for the corresponding rescheduled shows. If you bought your tickets through a primary reseller, then you will be entitled to a refund if you can't make those new dates.
Some new tickets are still available for the new concerts. Check here for more information.
What's JLS' tour setlist?
While it's hard to have a stab at what we can expect on the JLS tour, we're pretty sure we can guess that they will be playing some of their bigger hits including Everybody In Love, She Makes Me Wanna and Love You More.
Since the tour is named after it, we'd expect Beat Again to be played too.
What's more, the band have confirmed recently they are working on some new music, so fans will almost certainly be given a taste of that at the gigs.