Steps at Greenwich Music Time 2018
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Pop superstars Steps are the first headline act to be announced for Greenwich Music Time 2018.

The Brit Award winning band will bring their sensational live show to London's six-day riverside music festival at the historic Old Royal Naval College on Thursday July 5th.

Steps - Lee, Claire, Lisa, Faye and 'H' - are well and truly back after returning this year with their stunning new album Tears On The Dancefloor and a string of sold out arena shows.

In a hit-packed career, Steps have scored 14 top 5 singles, sold more than 20 million records and reached Number One with three albums and three singles.

And their dancefloor-filling, feel good brand of pop - which gave us such monster hits as 5, 6, 7, 8, One For Sorrow, Stomp and Tragedy - is proving just as popular today as it's ever been.

After announcing their return earlier this year to celebrate their 20th anniversary, the band released Tears On The Dancefloor - their first full album of original material since 2000.

Featuring such bombastic tracks as Scared of the Dark, Neon Blue, Dancing With A Broken Heart - together with the wondrous Story of a Heart written by Abba legends Benny Andersson and Bjrn Ulvaeus - the album reached Number Two in the UK Charts and has been a hit with fans new and old.

Tickets for the band's forthcoming 'Party On The Dancefloor Tour' sold out in a flash with more arena dates added to meet the phenomenal demand.

It was clear proof that after 20 years the band, which holds the record for the most consecutive sold-out nights at Wembley Arena, and has played to millions of fans over the years, remain a must-see live act.

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