The band have confirmed that they will play a Christmas show in the UK this year
Following last weekend's spectacularly well received "one-off" reunion show at the High Voltage Festival in London, Thunder have announced that they will be playing a Christmas show somewhere in the UK this year.
In a new post on their official website the band said:
"Both Sun Valley Pavilion and Rock City Nottingham warm up shows went extremely well, and the band was very pleased with how they turned out, so thanks to all who showed up, screamed, sang, clapped etc, especially at such short notice in Nottingham (contractual obligations meant it had to be last minute). These shows provided ideal preparation for the triumph that was High Voltage last Sunday. Official word from the festival organisers is that Thunder had the biggest crowd, best audience reaction, and the best attended signing session of the entire weekend, so huge thanks again to all of you who did your bit.
"As hinted at recently in interviews, the band have decided to do a Christmas show. Discussions are taking place, and we'll be making an announcement as soon as we know the details. I must stress that there are no plans to do anything beyond that."
The post, which you can read HERE, also revealed that the band had raised £11,500 from their recent charity bike ride in the US, so a huge thank you has to go to everyone that donated cash to Danny, Luke, Ben and Pete.
Meanwhile, Thunder are currently topping our instant poll to find the best act of the weekend at High Voltage. If you haven't voted yet then go HERE