Bros announce full tour after 'overwhelming demand' for one-off show


Eighties band Bros have lined up more gigs after announcing a one-off comeback this week.

Twin brothers Matt and Luke Goss have already delighted Brosettes with news of a gig at the 02 Arena in August.

It's their first show together since 77,000 watched the When Will I Be Famous? singers perform at Wembley Stadium in 1989.

Bros (Ian West/PA)
Bros (Ian West/PA)

But the pair have now said that due to massive demand for tickets and the show selling out in seconds, they'll embark on a full arena tour too.

"We're so exited to play these shows, we wish it was next week," the brothers said.

"Summer can't come soon enough."

Craig Logan and twins Matt (Centre) and Luke Goss of the Boy band
Craig Logan and twins Matt (centre) and Luke Goss of Bros back in the day (PA)

The Goss brothers have added another date to their 02 gig, plus shows at the Manchester Arena, Nottingham's Motorpoint Arena, Birmingham's Barclaycard Arena, Glasgow's SSE Hydro and the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle in August.

Bros inspired teenagers to wear bottle caps on their shoes in their heyday.

They last played together in 1989 and split in 1992. The third member of the original line-up, Craig Logan, is not involved in the comeback.

Tickets go on sale on Saturday at 10am.