In Italy, i Blue they’ve just been there. They performed at the Verona Arena as part of the event Arena Suzuki from 60 to 2000, created by Amadeus to celebrate fifty years of musical successes. But, in concerthave been missing for a long time. That’s why their announcement was greeted with so much enthusiasm by fans.
The Blue concert in Milan
The April 14, 2024 Antony Costa, Duncan James, Lee Ryan and Simon Webber will perform in front of their fans at Fabrique of Milan, for the only Italian date. A very famous boy band in the 2000s, Blue sang hits like U Make Me Wanna And One Love, giving those present a real dive into the past. They made the announcement on Instagram, with a video on the official profile and on the profile of the very active Italian fanclub: “We are very excited because, guess what… We’re going back to Italy!”. THE tickets they will be on sale starting from 1pm Thursday 28 September (those who choose the VIP package will be able to access the soundcheck and meet the band, and will receive a laminated pass and an exclusive t-shirt). Many comments under the post, from fans who also ask for concerts elsewhere (in Germany first and foremost) to the teenagers of the 2000s who, now women, want to go back to being girls. If only for an hour or so.
The Blues today
Who doesn’t remember Who are you telling me? Italian adaptation of their single Breathe Easycomposed by Tiziano Ferro? Between 2001 and 2005, the Blue were all the rage: they gave concerts in every corner of the globe, participated in the most important radio and television broadcasts, sold millions upon millions of records. Then, in 2005, the setback. A definitive dissolution was immediately thought of, but it was rather one six-year pause for reflection. In 2011, Blue represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest with their I Can, and began working on a new album. The album was released in 2013 Roulettefollowed in 2015 Colours. Last job? Heart & Soul, sixth studio album. In the meantime they started a family and dedicated themselves to personal projects. But they never stopped making music.