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RIP IT UP THE 60s TOUR

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Rip it Up the 60s is going on tour in September and October of this year, starring Harry Judd, Aston Merrygold and Louis Smith.

Following the smash hit success of Rip It Up Dancing Through The 50s last year which sold over 50,000 tickets and was regarded as the most exciting Strictly Come Dancing spin-off tour ever – Rip It Up brings the fabulous soundtrack of the 1960s to life in an explosion of song and dance! 

Strictly Come Dancing champions Harry Judd and Louis Smith MBE and people’s champion Aston Merrygold will tour together as the ultimate boy band of dance, presenting everlasting hits from the decade that changed not just (y)our generation but the world; from Mersey Beat, Motown and Mod to West Coast and Woodstock. 

Backed by the exceptional Rip It Up live band and a stunning supporting cast of singers and dancers, the Strictly champions will dance to songs from British legends including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, the Bee Gees, Small Faces and The Kinks, and American superstars such as The Beach Boys, Simon & Garfunkel, The Byrds, The Doors, and The Mamas & The Papas. Mixed in with some Dusty Springfield, Burt Bacharach, Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan and Phil Spector with soul classics from Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Otis Redding, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, and Motown legends Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and The Supremes, Rip It Up celebrates some of the most iconic sounds, sights and events from the period which transformed the 20th Century. From Neil Armstrong landing on the moon, the deaths of JFK, Marilyn Monroe and Martin Luther King, The Berlin Wall to James Bond, Doctor Who, the pill, the Mini Skirt, bell-bottoms, the emergence of Mary Poppins and rise of Beatlemania.

Below are the dates we have so far:

Scunthorpe, Baths Hall
13th September
Carlisle, Sands Centre
14th September
Edinburgh King's
15th September
Glasgow King's
16th September
Inverness, Eden Court
18th September
Perth , Concert Hall
19th September
Gateshead, The Sage
20th September
York, Barbican
21st September
Buxton, Opera House
22nd September
Billingham, Forum Theatre
23rd September
Birmingham, Symphony Hall
24th September
Halifax, Victoria Theatre
26th September
Blackpool Opera House
27th September
Leamington Spa Centre
28th September
Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall
29th September
Rhyl Pavilion
30th September
Cardiff, St David's Hall
1st October
Reading Hexagon
3rd October
Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
4th October
Oxford New
5th October
Swindon, Wyvern Theatre
7th October
Bournemouth Pavilion
9th October
Northampton, Derngate Theatre
10th October
Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
11th October
LONDON PALLADIUM
12th October
Hayes Beck Theatre
13th Octob r
Aylesbury Waterside
14th October
Bristol Hippodrome
15th October
Torquay Princess
18th October
Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
19th October
King's Lynn Corn Exchange
20th October
Southend Cliffs
21st October
Dartford , The Orchard
22nd October
Ipswich Regent
23rd October
Guildford G Live
24th October
Worthing Pavilion
26th October
Cambridge Corn Exchange
27th October
Yeovil, Westlands
28th October
Cheltenham, Town Hall
29th October
Margate, Winter Gardens
30th October
Chatham, Central Theatre
31st October