The Corrs Tickets

Three sisters and brother from Dublin, the Corrs rose to musical prominence in the mid-1990s with their brand of Celtic folk-influenced pop. After a nine-year hiatus that saw the release of solo records, collaborations and compilations, the band reformed in 2015, with a new album released in November and an extensive tour set for 2016.

Here at Gigantic we’ve got tickets available for many of The Corrs tour dates, including shows at The O2 Arena in London, Liverpool’s Echo Arena and Manchester Arena. With a huge following ready to see them in action once again The Corrs tickets are sure to be in high demand so act today to avoid disappointment.

Since their parts in The Commitments Alan Parker’s 1991 film adaptation of Roddy Doyle’s novel of the same name The Corrs have been on a rapid accent to the top. They released albums in 1995 and 1997 that helped them gain a foothold in Ireland and many other European countries, before a BRIT award for Best International Band in 1999 helped them to break the UK, and an MTV Unplugged session saw them crack the US.

The early 2000s meant genuine mainstream success for the band, with huge record sales close to 40 million worldwide and sold out tours the norm. However 2005’s Home, which saw them cover a number of traditional Irish folk songs, would be their last album together for ten years as both Andrea and Sharon pursued solo careers. Andrea released solo albums in 2007 and 2011 and Sharon followed suit in 2009 and all members threw themselves into family life.

A live show at London’s Hyde Park in September 2015 signalled their return in fine style with the emotional comeback cemented with the release of another album. White Light will be their sixth studio album and will be supported by a slew of dates across the UK in January 2016. To make sure your present as the band take to the road again pick up The Corrs concert tickets now here at Gigantic.

Artist Bio

During the 1990’s and early 2000’s, Irish pop sensations The Corrs dominated the charts around the world with their swirling mix of pop and folk, and their 1998 album Talk on Corners was the most successful Irish album in UK history. After selling 40 million albums worldwide, including hits such as Runaway, Breathless, So Young and Toss the Feathers, the band took a ten year break, returning last year with their acclaimed album White Light.

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