It has been 25 years since Peter Andre first burst onto the Australian music scene. Now the internationally acclaimed, global media star is back with a 24-date tour scaling the UK in early 2019.
Born in England and raised in Australia, Andre first rose to fame as a singer during the '90s. Influenced by the soul and dance music of his youth, his big break came in 1990 as a contestant on the television talent contest, New Faces, in his adopted home of Australia. Performing the music of Bobby Brown, Andre was offered a recording contract by one of the judges, which led to some success in both the singles and album charts in Australia in 1992 and 1993. His second hit, Gimme Little Sign, was the country's best-selling single by an Australian artist for the year of 1992.
After moving to London, Andre forged a successful music career in Europe, with his single, Mysterious Girl, spending 18 weeks in the UK chart in 1996, peaking at the No.2 position. Also taken from the chart-topping album, Natural, the follow-up singles Flava and I Feel You both hit No.1 in the singles chart and were a major factor in Andre becoming the sixth best-selling artist of the decade in the UK. Four more top 10 singles followed over the next two years before he took a break from recording.
In 2004, Andre was catapulted back into the spotlight after appearing as a contestant on the TV reality show, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here. In addition to meeting his future wife Katie Price on the show, he found himself back at the top of the UK singles chart with the re-release of his earlier hit, Mysterious Girl. In 2006, he released an album of duets with Katie Price entitled A Whole New World, followed by the album Revelation in 2009, Accelerate in 2010, Angels and Demons in 2012 and Big Night in 2014, as well as Come Fly with Me and White Christmas, both in 2015.
In recent years, Andre has embarked on a number of successful tours.
In addition to his success in the pop world, Andre has also found fame as a television personality with reality shows such as Peter Andre: The Next Chapter following him during his daily life. He was a team captain on the entertainment show Odd One In and also began presenting Peter Andre's 60 Minute Makeover in 2013. In 2015, he was a contestant on Big Star's Little Star and Strictly Come Dancing (he came in seventh).
With a National Television Award nomination under his belt, he now juggles two careers as a pop artist and a television presenter.
The recently announced Celebrating 25 Years tour will see Peter encompass his musical journey through the years, performing his best loved hits from his early years to his most recent tracks.
Find tickets for Peter Andre on:
11 February 2019 – Music Hall, Aberdeen
12 February 2019 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
13 February 2019 – Sands Centre, Carlisle
14 February 2019 – City Hall, Newcastle
16 February 2019 – Bonus Arena, Hull
17 February 2019 – City Hall, Sheffield
18 February 2019 – Empire, Liverpool
19 February 2019 – Blackpool Opera House, Blackpool
21 February 2019 – Plymouth Pavilions, Pavillions
22 February 2019 – The Forum, Bath
23 February 2019 – O2 Guildhall, Southampton
25 February 2019 – Waterside Theatre, Ayesbury
26 February 2019 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
27 February 2019 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
1 March 2019 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
2 March 2019 – Butlins, Skegness
3 March 2019 – St George’s Hall, Bradford
4 March 2019 – Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth
5 March 2019 – Grand Theatre, Swansea
7 March 2019 – Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
8 March 2019 – Scarborough Spa, Scarborough
9 March 2019 – Regent Theatre, Stoke
11 March 2019 – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
12 March 2019 – Indigo at The O2, London
13 March 2019 – The Brighton Centre, Brighton
Last updated: Octoer, 2018