In case you’ve missed it The Wanted called it quits late last week. According to the Los Angeles Times, The Wanted have released a statement saying, “This tour will be their last for a while as Tom, Max, Jay, Siva and Nathan have collectively decided to take time to pursue personal endeavours following the tour's conclusion.” The Wanted stopped by The Paramount in March 2012 before they broke out into stars and now they are back again for their final tour. Tickets are still available now at the box office (open daily from 12pm to 6pm) or visit Ticketmaster online or purchase tickets over the phone.
The Wanted are incredibly talented and have become the most widely known boy band since ‘N Sync. They are one of Britain’s biggest and most brilliant pop bands; The Wanted are no competition for bands like One Direction. The boy band has numerous accolades including two number one singles, over 30 million views on YouTube, and they sold 400,000 copies of their explosive debut album.
After news of the breakup became known, devastated fans reached out to the boys on social media, Max George sent out a series of tweets to his fans that read:
“Hey guys, so I know the news today was a big thing, but let me tell you this is not the END," he tweeted, adding, "It's the right time for myself and the other boys to have some time to try and achieve other things in our lives and careers ... I can't wait to see everyone who has come to see us on all of our tours in march ... And I hope I see you all with me in my own ventures ... I love you all very much, and I will say it again, this is NOT the END. #TWFanmilyaFamilyForever xxx ... As @TomTheWanted ... You ain't getting rid of us that easily.”
Before their wildly famous albums and thousands of Facebook and Twitter followers, they began their rise to fame with a concert at The Paramount. We are very proud to bring The Wanted back to Huntington, Long Island so fans will be able to experience the pop sensation, without having the burden of traveling into NYC. Although we are sad to see them go, we are glad they came.