Little Mix announce Confetti tour kicking off in Ireland
Little Mix have announced they are to hit the road in 2021 with their Confetti Tour.
The pop group will begin their latest shows in Dublin on April 28th 2021 with another date in Belfast on May 1st before heading across locations in the UK including Manchester, London, Sheffield, Glasgow and more.
The shows will see Little Mix perform songs from their brand new upcoming album 'Confetti', due for release on 6th November, such as the 2020 smashes 'Holiday' and 'Break Up Song', alongside some of their greatest hits including 'Touch', ' Woman Like Me', ‘Black Magic’ and 'Shout Out To My Ex'.
Fans that pre-order a copy of the forthcoming new Little Mix album ‘Confetti’ from the official store before 3pm on Tuesday 22nd September will receive an exclusive pre-sale code for the opportunity to get early access tickets to the tour.
Tickets for the show are priced at €38.65 and will go on sale on Friday 25th September 2020 at 9am from Ticketmaster.
Little Mix have chosen to partner with both Black Minds Matter UK and Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy. €1 of the ticketing fees (per ticket) will be distributed between them equally (subject to VAT).
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