The Corrs are coming back for a massive new tour next year
Three decades after first forming, The Corrs are set to reunite for a new tour.
The band will be back on the road in 2020 to gig across Europe and the US, according to a new report.
The siblings are eager to get back to playing live, a source told The Sun.
"Performing together is second nature for The Corrs.
"They love doing it and the reaction they get from crowds when they play.”
The group is planning to play dates in Ireland and the UK, as well as on the continent and in the states.
Jim, Caroline, Sharon and Andrea Corr first performed together back in 1990.
They appeared in 1992 film The Commitments and rose to Irish and international fame throughout the decade and into the 2000s.
The band earned hits with singles including 'What Can I Do', 'Runaway', 'Breathless' and 'Summer Sunshine'.
"The Corrs arrival on the music scene in the late nineties was perfect," the source continued.
"They were embraced along with Riverdance and the blockbuster Titanic, which was seen by some as an Irish film."
The Corrs sold 45 million records before going on hiatus in 2006.
They reunited in 2015, releasing album White Light and embarking on a European tour in 2016.
The Dundalk-born siblings released their seventh studio album Jupiter Calling in 2017.
Now aged between 45 and 54, The Corrs have eight children between them.