Sugababes tour setlist 2022 in full: What will Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy sing, tour dates, what time are they on stage and who is support act Kara Marni?

As Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan reunite for their first headline tour in over 20 years, we reveal what fans can expect from the shows

It's been 20 years in the making, but Sugababes' original line-up of Siobhan Donaghy, Keisha Buchanan and Mutya Buena have finally kicked off their headline tour of the UK.

After playing the first show of the tour in Bristol, Sugababes will be treating fans up and down the country to a selection of hits from the group's back catalogue; from debut album One Touch to 2007 Number 1 record Change.

The band even perform some tracks from their 2013 reunion sessions under the Mutya Keisha Siobhan moniker, including the single Flatline and as-yet-officially-unreleased songs Today and Love Me Hard.


MORE: Explore Sugababes' complete Official Charts history so far

Sugababes setlist 2022: Songs for The Nick Rayns LCR, Norwich October 18 2022

1. Intro

2. Push The Button

3. Red Dress

4. Hole in the Head

5. Too Lost in You

6. Flatline

7. 2 Hearts

8. Today

9. Ugly

10. Love Me Hard

11. Stronger

12. Same Old Story

13. Interlude

14. Overload

15. Garage Medley

16. Flowers (Sweet Female Attitude cover)

17. Round Round

18. Freak Like Me

19. About You Now


MORE: See Mutya Buena's solo Official Charts history

What are Sugababes' 2022 tour dates?

October 2022

  • Sunday 16 Bristol, U.K. SWX Bristol
  • Monday 17 Southend, U.K. Cliffs Pavilion
  • Tuesday 18 Norwich, U.K. The Nick Rayns LCR
  • Thursday 20 Nottingham, U.K. Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
  • Friday 21 Manchester, U.K. O2 Apollo Manchester
  • Sunday 23 Leeds, U.K. O2 Academy Leeds
  • Monday 24 Liverpool, U.K. O2 Academy Liverpool
  • Tuesday 25 Sheffield, U.K. O2 Academy Sheffield
  • Thursday 27 Brighton, U.K. Brighton Centre
  • Friday 28 Bournemouth, U.K. O2 Academy Bournemouth
  • Saturday 29 Southampton, U.K. O2 Guildhall Southampton
  • Monday 31 Cardiff, U.K. Motorpoint Arena Cardiff

November 2022

  • Tuesday 1 Birmingham, U.K. O2 Academy Birmingham
  • Wednesday 2 London, U.K. Eventim Apollo
  • Friday 4 Newcastle, U.K. O2 City Hall Newcastle
  • Saturday 5 Edinburgh, U.K. The Usher Hall
  • Monday 7 Glasgow, U.K. O2 Academy Glasgow

What have former Sugababes Heidi Range and Amelle Berrabah said about the reunion tour?

Addressing questions around former members' views on the reunion earlier this year, Sugababes' Keisha claimed 'it's all love' with her ex-colleagues.

Speaking on TikTok, she explained: "I can tell you that Amelle and Heidi are very happy for us. They're supporting us from afar, and it's all love. It's not what you think it is, guys.

"Yes, we've been through things, and that's life. I hope, guys, that if you go through things with people you don't hold on to bitterness; all of that strife and craziness.

"It's about moving forward and being progressive. All of those things [the group's well-documented disagreements] happened years ago, and we respect everyone; whatever they brought to the table at that time. We want to focus on the positives."

Are tickets for Sugababes 2022 UK tour available to buy?

They are indeed. If you hurry, you can grab your tickets here.

What time are Sugababes on stage on UK tour?

The group's performance will begin at 9:00 PM.

Who is Sugababes' 2022 support act Kara Marni?

Kara Marni is a 22-year-old singer from London with four EPs under her belt; 2019's Love Just Ain't Enough and No Logic, plus 2021 release State of Mind and its accompanying acoustic EP.

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thierry henon


Shame they are only coming to London once! Definitely have to get some tickets!! So happy and cannot believe they are back!! So looking forward to seeing them live!! Dreams come true!!


Rob Parkinson


Can't help but think they should pop Hiedi in there and be a 4, then I think they really are 'the' sugababes




*Sugababes *smh*