JOHNS' Boys Male Choir has announced their first ever UK tour after their Britain's Got Talent success earlier this year.

The choir from Rhos, Wrexham, has announced their first two dates for a 2024 UK tour starting in January.

Prior to the tour, the choir has two sold-out shows at the William Aston Hall in their hometown, Wrexham, on September, 23 and 24, which was announced shortly after their BGT departure due to their ever-rising popularity.

They also performed at Pershore Abbey, Worcestershire, on September Saturday, 9.

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Johns' Boys Male Chorus featured on this year's Britain's Got Talent, proudly making it all the way to the live semi-final shows where they just missed out on a place in the final.

They received huge amounts of love and support from those in Rhos and Wrexham, as well as from all over the UK and beyond for their dreamy vocals and brilliant song choices, including Harry Styles' song 'Falling.'

On January 20, 2024, they will be performing at Cheltenham Town Hall, followed by New Brighton Floral Pavilion on January, 27. Other dates for the tour are to follow soon. 

Aled Phillips, choir conductor, said: "It's a fantastic opportunity for us to sing in some amazing venues to a totally new audience.

"It's certainly going to be a busy year for all the lads."

The boys will also be taking part in a number of private corporate events towards the end of this year, so keep an eye out for further details to follow soon.


The tour announcement on Facebook caught the attention of many fans overseas, including Ruby Ponder from the USA who said: "Would be so great if you could bring your extraordinary talent to the USA. I so enjoy your music."

Carina De Beukelaer said: "We would love to see and hear you in Belgium."

On Britain's Got Talent, judge Amanda Holden described the choir as "exceptional" while new Judge Bruno Toniolo said they sounded like "music heaven."