With 2021 looking brighter for all, love really will be all around as Wet Wet Wet are heading back out on the road for a full theatre tour. Kicking off The Journey tour in their beloved homeland of Scotland, the band will visit twenty cities across the UK in what will be their largest tour since 2019’s sold-out run.

Having spent a fair amount of time in their homes this and last year, the band turned their creative juices on to entertain fans via their ‘Wet Wet Wet from Home’ sessions, re-arranging original classics in videos viewed by tens of thousands. Now itching to see their fans in person, the tour will be their second full run with singer Kevin Simm who was seamlessly welcomed into the fold in 2018. Previously a member of BRIT Award winning band Liberty X, Kevin won the 2016 series of The Voice UK.

When asked about the excitement of a new tour, Graeme Clark said;

“Nothing comes near to playing a live gig, from travelling to the venue for the sound check, to getting psyched before you go on, the roar when the lights go down, doing your gig with your musical brothers, to the bow at the end of the show. When you get it right it completely re-energises you. Going out on a tour is one of the most exhilarating things you can do in life.”

October will see the band release their first album with Kevin at the helm, entitled The Journey. Neil Mitchell explains “Releasing a new Wets studio album in 2021 is all the more unusual because of these weird times that we’re living in. Having Kevin as our singer now gives the band and the new album a different dynamic and an excitement that has reinvigorated Wet Wet Wet for an exciting journey ahead…”

Wet Wet Wet are undeniably a musical phenomenon, having made an incredible impact with their music over the last four decades, becoming one of the most successful bands in British pop history. Selling in excess of 15 million singles and albums to date, Wet Wet Wet have featured in the UK official singles and album charts for over an immense 500 weeks. With number one hits including With A Little Help From My Friends and Goodnight Girl, 1994’s Love Is All Around was the biggest selling single of the year, when it spent fifteen weeks at number one, making it the longest spell at the top for any UK artist, a record that still stands.



Date Venue
Thu 28th Concert Hall Perth
Fri 29th Music Hall Aberdeen
Sat 30th Usher Hall Edinburgh
Sun 31st Theatre Royal Nottingham


Date Venue
Tue 2nd Victoria Theatre Halifax
Wed 3rd Buxton Opera House
Thu 4th Apex Theatre Bury St. Edmunds
Sat 6th Royal Hippodrome Eastbourne
Sun 7th White Rock Theatre Hastings
Mon 8th G Live Guildford
Tue 9th Guildhall Portsmouth
Thu 11th Town Hall Cheltenham
Fri 12th Winter Gardens Margate
Sat 13th Concert Hall Stevenage
Sun 14th Lighthouse Poole
Tue 16th The Hawth Theatre Crawley
Wed 17th Weymouth Pavilion
Thu 18th Town Hall Birmingham
Sat 20th Baths Hall Scunthorpe
Sun 21st Tyne Theatre Newcastle

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