Girls Aloud: presale tickets for 2024 reunion tour on sale today as fans hope to see Cheryl, Nicola, Nadine and Kimberley

Girls Aloud's Cheryl, Nicola, Nadine and Kimberley are reuniting on the stage in 2024 for the first time since 2013
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Girls Aloud fans are gearing up for a race as tickets for the highly-anticipated reunion tour in 2024 go on sale today.

Pre-sale for the 2024 reunion tour, which will visit cities across the UK and Ireland including London, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin, kicks off at 9am today with the most eager fans hoping to snap up their golden tickets to next year's shows. General sale will kick off on Friday December 1 at 9am.

Cheryl, Kimberley, Nadine and Nicola announced their return to the stage last week to celebrate the girl band's 20th anniversary, with the new tour being the first since the band's 'Ten' tour in 2013. Speaking about their reunion on Zoe Ball's BBC Radio 2 breakfast show, the band said that fans can expect some "wild things" when they make their return to the stage.

Nadine said: “We’ve been known for that, like the many tours that we’ve done, where we’ve flown over, landed on another stage and then flown back. Or on one of the tours, we got under the B stage and then ran through the arena backwards to get to the dresser. I mean, we really are gluttons for punishment, but we’re all about the entertainment.”

It also marks the first time the girls have reunited since the death of former band member Sarah Harding, who passed from breast cancer in September 2021. The quartet will pay tribute to Sarah during the tour, with Cheryl saying:  “We’re (going to) do our very best to keep it magical and keep her magic alive. (She is) very much a part of the show… she was part of our make-up for 20 years and that’s not going anywhere. She’ll be there in spirit on the stage. We’re going to celebrate her.”

However, while a new tour is on the cards, new music doesn't seems to be in the future for Girls Aloud. The girls have said that they have no plans to make any new recording, with Cheryl adding:  “Making new music without Sarah would be odd, but celebrating what we made together? Fabulous.”

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