Much like the monumental forming of One Direction, female pop group Fifth Harmony was spawned in the ashes of each member’s failure to advance on the popular singing television competition X Factor. Following the elimination of all five members during the solo competition, they formed as a group at the end of creator Simon Cowell’s bootcamp and qualified to compete as a collection.
The group flirted with several band names before settling on Fifth Harmony. Initially called LYLAS, short for Love You Like A Sister, the band was forced to alter its name due to an existing band named The Lylas threatening their success. The five-piece would then change to 1432, short for I Love You Too, but Cowell was skeptical if the name would catch on in North America. They eventually finished as the third finalist in the groups category that season, falling Carly Rose Sonenclar and eventual winner Tate Stevens.
Following their elimination, the group released its first single “Miss Movin’ On”. The song peaked at No. 76 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was followed by the debut EP Better Together in 2013. The singles “BO$$” and “Sledgehammer” were both certified gold, selling more than 500,000 digital downloads before the band released Reflection, its debut album.
The album peaked at No. 5 on the U.S. Billboard 200 following its release in February of 2015. The mounting success allowed them a guest spot at the White House’s National Christmas Tree Lighting two months prior to the album’s release, where the quintet performed a rendition of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You”. They would again appear at the White House just four months later for the annual White House Easter Egg Roll in celebration of Easter 2015.
Better Together (2013)
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Fifth Harmony News
5-28-15: Before beginning their summer tour Fifth Harmony will feature in The 2015 B96 Summer Bash on June 20th at Toyota Park, Illinios. Headlined by fellow touring members Usher and Nick Jonas, tickets for this event average $78.63 on the secondary market, 57.9% lower than the $124.16 of their Reflection: The Summer Tour. The least expensive show, August 24th at the Palace Theatre Albany, has an average price of $64.67 and a get-in price of $62.
5-6-15: American girl group Fifth Harmony will resume their first headlining tour “Reflection” this Friday when the girl group will make a stop at Chula Vista, California to perform a concert show at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre.
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Fifth Harmony Tour Dates
Spring 2015 Radio Shows
Fri, May 8 San Diego, CA KHTS Radio Show
Sat, May 9 Los Angeles, CA KIIS Wango Tango
Fri, May 15 Minneapolis, MN KDWB Radio Show
Sat, May 16 Boston, MA KIIS Radio Show
Sun, June 14 Los Angeles, CA LA Pride
Tue, June 23 Del Mar, CA Del Mar Fair
Sun, June 28 Hershey, PA Mixtape Festival
Reflection: Summer Tour
Wed, July 15 Louisville, KY Palace Theatre
Fri, July 17 Cleveland, OH Lakewood Civic Auditorium
Sat, July 18 Cincinnati, OH PNC Pavilion
Mon, July 20 Atlanta, GA Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center
Tue, July 21 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
Thu, July 23 St. Louis, MO Peabody Opera House
Fri, July 24 Fayetteville, AR Walmart AMP
Sun, July 26 Birmingham, AL BJCC Concert Hall
Tue, July 28 Jacksonville, FL Florida Theater
Wed, July 29 Miami, FL The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater
Thu, July 30 Tampa, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
Fri, July 31 Orlando, FL Dr. Phillips Center For The Performing Arts
Sun, Aug. 2 San Antonio, TX Tobin Center
Mon, Aug. 3 Houston, TX Bayou Music Center
Wed, Aug. 5 Dallas, TX Verizon Theatre
Fri, Aug. 7 Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre
Sun, Aug. 9 San Jose, CA Event Center at San Jose State University
Tue, Aug. 11 Santa Rosa, CA Wells Fargo Center for the Arts
Wed, Aug. 12 Bakersfield, CA Rabobank Theater
Thu, Aug. 13 Las Vegas, NV The Pearl
Tue, Aug. 18 Denver, CO Paramount Theatre
Thu, Aug. 20 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre
Fri, Aug. 21 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theatre
Sun, Aug. 23 Buffalo, NY Shea’s Performing Arts Center
Mon, Aug. 24 Albany, NY Palace Theatre
Wed, Aug. 26 Washington, DC Warner Theatre
Thu, Aug. 27 New York, NY Beacon Theatre
Wed, Sept. 9 Maryland, MD Maryland State Fair
Tue, Sept. 15 Seattle, WA Washington State Fair