ICONIC Scottish band Wet Wet Wet have announced a new UK tour for 2025, including dates in Scotland.

It comes following the band's previous sold-out tour which saw them perform to tens of thousands across the UK. 

Featuring founding member Graeme Clark, accompanied by long-standing guitarist Graeme Duffin and fronted by Kevin Simm, the band will perform two sets of dates in 2025 with the first run being in January/February and the second in October.

The band will bring to the stage their catalogue of legendary hits including the likes of Sweet Little Mystery, Angel Eyes, Goodnight Girl and Sweet Surrender.

The band will play in Scotland on the following dates:

  • Dunfermline – Alhambra Theatre – February 7 2025
  • Aberdeen – P&J Live – February 8 2025
  • Glasgow – Royal Concert Hall – October 10 2025
  • Edinburgh – Usher Hall – October 11 2025

Tickets go on sale from March 22 at 10am and more information can be found HERE

The band will be joined by special guest Heather Small who will be opening all the shows.

Having rose to fame as the lead vocalist of M People, she’s known for hits such as Moving on Up and Search for the Hero.

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Clark explained he met Small by chance as he spoke of his excitement for the new tour.

“To be back playing live, in the band I love, playing the songs I love, to people I love, completely fills my heart and soul,” he said.

“We can’t wait to see everybody again throughout 2025 in a venue close by. We were headlining a festival in Dubai recently where we bumped into the wonderful Heather Small and we are absolutely delighted that she’s accepted our invitation to join us as special guest on all of our tour dates next year.

“Simply put, these shows are not to be missed.”