The Wanted are heading to Hull for special reunion tour – here’s how to get tickets

The Wanted have announced they will play Hull’s Bonus Arena as part of their reunion tour.

The boyband caused huge excitement this week by announcing they were getting back together again after a long seven-year hiatus.

They did plan to reunite last year but, like everything, those plans had to be put on ice during the pandemic.

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However, they announced their comeback plans this week, which start with their first gig on September 20 in London, to raise money for charity, before embarking on a full UK tour next year, including the date in Hull.

The band, which includes Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes, will also be releasing a greatest hits album including new music.



The Wanted star Tom Parker announced in 2020 the devastating news he has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer
The Wanted star Tom Parker announced in 2020 the devastating news he has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer

Last year Tom was diagnosed with a brain tumour, a Glioblastoma, which is inoperable.

The London charity gig is in recognition of his illness and funds will be donated to The National Brain Appeal and Stand Up 2 Cancer.

After making their return to the stage, they will then embark on their tour next year, with the Hull gig at the Bonus Arena on Wednesday, March 15, 2022.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday, September 17.



The Wanted are getting back together after seven years
The Wanted are getting back together after seven years

Fans will be looking forward to hearing their old favourite such as ‘All Time Low’, ‘Glad You Came’, ‘Chasing the Sun’ and ‘Walks Like Rihanna’.

Standing and seated tickets will be available for this show from the arena, by clicking here or visit Ticketmaster.

In a press conference announcing their reunion, Tom said: “It feels amazing. It’s quite nice to be able to do something again that’s not related to treatment.

“It’s been a very sad eight months, so it’s been nice to smile again, for me.”

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