S Club Good Times Tour Setlist in Full 2023: Songs for concert at Manchester AO Arena

Tina, Jon, Bradley, Rachel and Jo are set to take their biggest hits on the road
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We all know there ain't no party like an S Club Party.

This month, S Club will celebrate 25 years in music by taking their biggest hits on the road. From debut Number 1 single Bring It All Back to disco delight Don't Stop Movin', karaoke classic Reach and everything in between, Jo O'Meara, Bradley McIntosh, Rachel Stevens, Tina Barrett and Jon Lee are set to play sold-out arenas across the UK and Ireland on The Good Times Tour.

The group - currently a five-piece following the departure of Hannah Spearritt - explain that the tour will pay tribute to their late bandmate Paul Cattermole, who tragically died in March 2023 aged 46.

If you're heading along to one of the shows, check out everything you need to know below - from expected setlist inclusions to stage times and S Club's support act Now United.

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S Club's The Good Times Tour setlist 2023: What songs will the band perform?

The group are yet to reveal their setlist ahead of The Good Times Tour's opening night at Manchester's AO Arena on October 12.

However, we have had some teasers.

We'll no doubt be expecting to see such hits as Never Had a Dream Come True, Natural and Two in a Million on tour, and we'd put money on the group's brand-new reunion single These Are The Days getting a spot on the setlist, too.

But which deep cuts will we be getting?

Speaking to exclusively to Official Charts recently, Jo and Bradley ruled out the prospect of a five-piece performance Sunshine album track Good Times, from which the tour takes its name, given Paul's prominent lead vocal. The pair cited that it simply 'wouldn't feel right.'

Speaking on setlist options, Jo explained: "The setlist is coming along well. We did put it out to the fans, asking what they’d want to see, and we’ve been inundated. We’re going to be on stage for about eight hours [laughs]. We’re trying to take on board everything the fans have asked for, compact it all in and all the hits will be in there too, of course."

Oh, and Bradley reckons Perfect Christmas should be on there. Brilliant.

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On their 2015 reunion tour, each member performed a solo track; including a Sweet Dreams My LA Ex and Some Girls medley from Rachel Stevens. Could we expect the same this time around? Time will tell.

What are S Club's The Good Times UK and Ireland tour dates?

12 October 2023 - AO Arena, Manchester, England

13 October 2023 - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool, England

14 October 2023 - Utilita Arena, Sheffield, England

16 October 2023 - 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland

18 October 2023 - OVO Hydro Arena, Glasgow, Scotland

19 October 2023 - Utilita Arena, Newcastle, England

20 October 2023 - First Direct Arena, Leeds, England

21 October 2023 - AO Arena, Manchester, England

23 October 2023 - International Arena, Cardiff, Wales

24 October 2023 - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, England

26 October 2023 - Utilita Arena, Birmingham, England

27 October 2023 - The O2, London, England

28 October 2023 - The O2, London, England (matinee)

28 October 2023 - The O2, London, England

29 October 2023 - Utilita Arena, Birmingham, England

WATCH S Club's These Are The Days music video below:

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Who are S Club's The Good Times Tour support act Now United?

Also signed to Simon Fuller's XIX Management alongside S Club, Now United (sometimes known as NU) are a nine-piece global pop group. Formed in Los Angeles, California in 2017, the band is made up of members Desirée Silva, Lamar Morris, Mélanie Thomas, Nour Ardakani, Sabina Hidalgo, Savannah Clarke, Sina Deinert, Zane Carter and Sofya Plotnikova.

Where can I buy S Club The Good Times Tour merch?

You can pick up tour merch from the designated official stands at each venue.

Who is S Club's The Good Times Tour Musical Director Simon Ellis?

S Club's long-standing Musical Director Simon Ellis has once again worked with the group on arrangements for their 2023 tour. Also known for his work with Britney Spears, Spice Girls and Westlife, he's someone the band are excited to have on board.

Jo told us: "He’s worked on all of our tours, so we already know the music’s going to be sensational. That’s not even in question. It wouldn’t have been the same doing a tour without Simon."

Bradley added: "With every tour we’ve done, the well-known songs like Bring It All Back and S Club Party have been slightly amended each time. He knows what we’ve done, what we haven’t and where to take it next to keep things fresh."

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