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Girls Aloud called out for ‘scandalous’ 2024 tour prices

Rhiannon Ingle

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Girls Aloud called out for ‘scandalous’ 2024 tour prices

Featured Image Credit: Neil Mockford/GC Images / Instagram/@girlsaloud

At long last, Girls Aloud have finally released tickets for their eagerly-awaited reunion after over a decade.

The pop supergroup, formed by the likes of Nicola Roberts, Cheryl, Nadine Coyle and Kimberley Walsh, officially announced the tour last week (22 November) and revealed to fans they were dedicating it to bandmate Sarah Harding, who sadly passed away from cancer in 2021 at the age of 39.

Since then, however, the 'Sound of the Underground' hit-makers have been called out for the 'scandalous' price-tag attached to their 2024 UK and Ireland tour tickets.

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"We’re so excited to announce that we will be touring the UK & Ireland in May and June 2024," the girlband shared with fans on social media.

"A celebration of Sarah, our music and our incredible fans. We can’t wait to sing and dance with you all once again. - Cheryl, Kimberley, Nadine & Nicola."

While there's been some speculation about whether the quartet were releasing new music or not, the band explained the tour will be a 'celebration of Girls Aloud's rich back catalogue' including all our favourite Noughties bangers.

Just this morning (29 November), pre-sale tickets were released for fans all over the country to catch Girls Aloud at various cities including Dublin, Belfast, Manchester, Cardiff, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Birmingham, London and Liverpool.

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Pre-sale tickets for the Girls Aloud tour were released this morning (29 November). Credit: Dave Benett / Contributor / Getty Images
Pre-sale tickets for the Girls Aloud tour were released this morning (29 November). Credit: Dave Benett / Contributor / Getty Images

Keen fans were quick to the ticket sale but many were left beyond baffled by the steep pricing and, let's just say, they didn't hold back on their frustrations at the 'questionable' prices.

One X, formerly Twitter, user hit out: "Girls Aloud prices are scandalous."

"Girls Aloud ticket prices are a bit criminal tbh," slammed a second. "I love you gals but not THAT much."

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"Oh you better adjust these Girls Aloud ticket prices right now," tweeted a third, while a fourth added: "These ticket prices are questionable."

Another claimed: "Surely Girls Aloud are really going to struggle selling out at those prices."

So how much are these criminally expensive tickets?

The 2024 tour has been dedicated to the late bandmate, Sarah Harding. Credit: Dave J Hogan / Contributor / Getty Images
The 2024 tour has been dedicated to the late bandmate, Sarah Harding. Credit: Dave J Hogan / Contributor / Getty Images
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Well, seated tickets start from £58.81, with the better seats going for an eye-watering £101.75.

But of course the best tickets are standing, perfect for throwing some shapes to 'Love Machine' - those will set you back £73. Ouch.

If you want to go all out and book yourself a spot in the VIP standing pits at the front - dubbed the Gift Wrapped Kitty Kat VIP zone - then prepare to hand over £208.75.

Despite the steep prices, many fans won't be put off.

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"Just saw the ticket prices for Girls Aloud and AM STILL GONNA BUY THEM but I’m outraged," admitted one fan.

If you missed out on the pre-sale, tickets for The Girls Aloud Show go on general sale this Friday (1 December) at 9am.

Topics: Music, Celebrity, Money, UK News

Rhiannon Ingle
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