Wet, Wet, Wet to perform in Nottingham next year following sell-out 2024 tour

Wet, Wet, Wet will be joined by Heather Small on their UK tour next year Wet, Wet, Wet will be joined by Heather Small on their UK tour next year
Wet, Wet, Wet will be joined by Heather Small on their UK tour next year
It's time to party like its 1982!

Love will be all around in Nottingham next February as Wet, Wet, Wet heads to the Royal Concert Hall.

Following on from a sold-out tour earlier this year which saw them perform to tens of thousands across the country, the iconic band has announced a huge tour of the UK for 2025.

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Featuring founding member Graeme Clark, accompanied as ever by long-standing guitarist Graeme Duffin, and fronted by Kevin Simm, the Scottish soft rock band will perform two sets of dates in 2025 with the first run being in January / February followed by another in October.

The ‘Wets’ will bring to the stage their catalogue of legendary and defining era hits, including the likes of ‘Sweet Little Mystery’, ‘Angel Eyes’, ‘Goodnight Girl’, ‘With a Little Help from My Friends’, ‘Sweet Surrender’, ‘Julia Says’ and more.

They will also perform the ubiquitous hit ‘Love Is All Around’, their cover of The Troggs’ 1960s song, which this May, celebrates 30 years since it became the soundtrack to the summer of 1994.

Recorded for the Richard Curtis film Four Weddings and a Funeral, the song became a monumental worldwide hit and spent an incredible 15 consecutive weeks at No.1 on the UK Singles Chart, a record for a British artist that still stands.

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The band appeared on Top of the Pops an incredible 19 times in 1994 – their 56 appearances in total on the programme also being a record for a Scottish act.

Wet Wet Wet has sold more than 15 million singles and albums to date and has featured in the UK Singles Chart and Album Chart for an incredible period of over 500 weeks. Their albums have been certified 20x platinum in the UK alone.

Since 2018, Wet Wet Wet has been fronted by Kevin Simm (winner of ‘The Voice UK’ and former member of Liberty X) and they released their first album with Kevin, ‘The Journey’, in 2021 to massive critical acclaim. Alongside Kevin is the ever-present Graeme Clark (bass) and Graeme Duffin (guitar).

On the tour dates for 2025 Wet Wet Wet will be joined by special guest Heather Small who will be opening all the shows. Having rose to fame as the lead vocalist of the band M People, Heather is known for hits like ‘Moving on Up’ and ‘Search for the Hero.’ With a career spanning several decades, her distinct vocal style and charismatic stage presence have earned her a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim. 

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Scottish pop legends Wet Wet Wet are set to play The Royal Concert Hall next year Scottish pop legends Wet Wet Wet are set to play The Royal Concert Hall next year
Scottish pop legends Wet Wet Wet are set to play The Royal Concert Hall next year

Heather Small touring with Wet Wet Wet came about in serendipitous circumstances, as founding member Graeme Clark explains: "To be back playing live, in the band I love, playing the songs I love, to people I love, completely fills my heart and soul. We can’t wait to see everybody again throughout 2025 in a venue close by! We were headlining a festival in Dubai recently where we bumped into the wonderful Heather Small and we are absolutely delighted that she’s accepted our invitation to join us as special guest on all of our tour dates next year. Simply put, these shows are not to be missed!"

On next year’s tour Kevin Simm says: "It’s so exciting to be going back out on tour throughout 2025! Our recent concerts created some fantastic memories for us all and it was an incredible experience that I will never ever forget! With Heather Small joining us as special guest on this tour it is going to be a great night of hits, energy and fun - I can’t wait!"

On the success of last year’s shows, Graeme Duffin says: "The sold-out 2024 tour was the most joyful and celebratory tour I’ve been on. I am eagerly looking forward to these dates in 2025. It is such a pleasure and privilege to have the opportunity to play to such lovely appreciative audiences, and I can’t wait to do it all over again, see you soon!"

On touring with Wet Wet Wet, Heather Small says:‘"’m so excited to join Wet Wet Wet on their extensive tour in 2025. I’m a fan of their music, so to be able to share these stages with them will be a real pleasure, it’s going to be one big party!"

Wet Wet Wet 2025 Tour Dates:

January - February 2025

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28 January        Cambridge Corn Exchange 29 January        Basingstoke The Anvil 30 January        Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre 31 January        Stoke Victoria Hall        1 February        Hull Connexin Live 3 February        Nottingham Royal Concert Hall 4 February        Bradford St. George’s Hall 5 February        Stockton The Globe 7 February        Dunfermline Alhambra Theatre 8 February        Aberdeen P&J Live 9 February        Dundee Caird Hall

October 2025 10 October     Glasgow Royal Concert Hall 11 October      Edinburgh Usher Hall 12 October     Gateshead Glasshouse, Sage One 13 October      York Barbican 14 October      Sheffield City Hall 16 October      Leicester De Montfort Hall 17 October      Birmingham Symphony Hall 18 October      Liverpool Philharmonic Hall 19 October      Salford Lowry 20 October      Bath The Forum 22 October      Swansea Arena 23 October      Truro Hall For Cornwall 24 October      Portsmouth Guildhall 25 October      Southend Cliffs Pavilion 26 October      London Indigo at the O2