Union J Vow To Dance On Newly Announced UK Tour And Tease What Fans Can Expect

14 June 2013, 09:20

The 'Carry You' band say the show will be very visually creative and confirm they are heavily involved with the decision-making.

Union J have vowed to pull out a few dance moves on their newly announced headline tour of the UK, and have promised a visually creative production for the upcoming country-wide jaunt.

The 'Carry You' four-piece announced their 'Magazines & TV Screens' tour at the start of this week, set to launch in December this year, and says they are being as involved as they can in deciding how the show will look.

"We're getting involved in as much as we can," Union J's George Shelley told Digital Spy this week. "There will be big screens, pyros, it's going to be well worth the money.

"We're picking the second single at the moment and both of the ones we're choosing between have an instrumental breakdown, so I think that would be a good place to do a little dance," George teased.

Check out a picture of Union J live on stage at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 below (Credit: PA):

The boy band star went on to explain the decision to name their tour the 'Magazines & TV Screens' tour, saying the name will be reflected in how the show looks and feels when they get out on the road.

"It's a lyric from two of the songs that we've recorded for out album," he revealed. "It lends itself to being quite creative visually.

"We're going to do some cool things with the name and the production of the actual show," George added.

The band's first headline tour will see them performing throughout December and January across cities including Cardiff, Brighton, Manchester, London and Newcastle.

The tour announcement comes fresh from George, Josh, JJ and Jaymi performing live in front of 80,000 people at Wembley Stadium for the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 last Sunday (9th June).

Union J's 'Magazines & TV Screens' tour kicks off on 14th December this year on Oxford with tickets on sale from today (14th June).