Bros - '80s Pop Band Embark on Huge Reunion Tour in 2017
Propelled by their classic smash hit 'When Will I Be Famous', Peckham dance pop act Bros pretty much ruled the airwaves from 1987-1992. The multi-platinum selling band were the youngest ever to perform at Wembley Stadium - but their time at the top was short-lived. Brothers Matt and Luke Goss haven't been on stage together since they played to 80,000 people at the hallowed arena back in 1989 on their final global tour, but all that's about to change.
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Bros are set to come back with a bang in 2017. Hear all their classic hits live in the flesh and relive the decade of synths, spandex and dodgy perms by getting Bros tickets on StubHub.
Bros - Matt and Luke Goss Return for Colossal Stadium Comeback
Dance pop trio Bros formed in Peckham in 1996 by Matt and Luke Goss and Craig Logan, bursting with pomp and bravado, and the band were quickly picked up by the Pet Shop Boys manager Tom Watkins, who set them on a path to fame and acclaim. Although their first single 'I Owe You Nothing' peaked at number 88, their sophomore single did decidedly better. 'When Will I Be Famous' propelled the band to the upper echelons of the charts across Europe and Bros became a household name. Third single 'Drop the Boy' proved the band were no one-hit wonders, sailing to number two, pushing their debut album Push to multi-platinum status.
After more than 20 years out of the limelight, the brothers are back (minus Craig) to perform their greatest '80s hits for fans across the UK in 2017. This is something no fan would want to miss, so what are you waiting for? Buy Bros tickets now on StubHub.
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