This is a heavy music related opening. Once I told you about my favourite bands from the nineties and noughties? It’s mad how I’m not a member of the fan club for bands nowadays. But I’ve always felt that seeing one of my favourite childhood ones but be so good. I remember the day that Steps tickets came out for their Party on the Dancefloor UK Tour.
For whatever reason, being in work I think, I completely forgot out them going on sale. Luckily though, Katie’s friend, Sarah, had a cousin who was unable to attend. I was happy to be first in Katie’s mind to suggest that I go to see Steps with them. As soon as I found out that their Saturday night in Manchester didn’t clash with dad’s birthday night, I said yes straight away.
I know it’s been a while too long since my last post. But I want to catch up with everything that I can in this blog post. Don’t worry, I haven’t lost my love for blogging. I’ve simply been feeling too tired or motivated to do much. But here I am on a Sunday evening writing away to you all and it feels good to be back after a few weeks not writing anything at all (other than blogging in work). Back to what I’ve up to…
Party on the Dancefloor Everyone lit up the audience as they put their phone lights on
Last weekend I went back to my childhood on Saturday 2nd December 2017. The three of us arrived a bit early. But there’s nothing wrong with that when it comes to beating the queues and avoid a big rush into the arena. Steps were playing at the Manchester Arena. It wasn’t long ago that I was last there to see John Legend in September.
I had heard songs from Steps’ new album, Tears on the