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Little Mix add extra Nottingham and Liverpool dates to 2021 Confetti tour

Little Mix announce 2021 tour dates, find out how to get tickets

Famed pop four-piece to support forthcoming album 'Confetti' with May arena shows

Little Mix have announced they will head on tour performing in arenas up and down the UK throughout May 2021. The four-piece have confirmed an two shows set for Motorpoint Arena Nottingham on Tue 18 May and M&S Bank Arena on Wed 26 May. Tickets for the new shows go sale at 9am on Fri 9 Oct.

The group, made up of members Peri, Jesy, Leigh-Anne and Jade sadly had to cancel the 2020 Summer Tour due to COVID-19 but have delighted fans with news of 2021 shows. Little Mix announced the news of their forthcoming record Confetti which will be their sixth release. The album is due for release on Fri 6 Nov and is available to pre-order now.

Where can I buy Little Mix tickets?

AXS are selling tickets for both London dates, elsewhere tickets are available from Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

How much are Little Mix tickets?

Seated tickets for Little Mix cost approx. £29.50—£59.50 minus booking fee. Prices vary slightly from venue to venue.

Little Mix 2021 tour dates:

Tue 4 May —M&S Bank Arena Liverpool
Wed 5 May —FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield
Fri 7 May — Utilita Arena, Newcastle
Sat 8 May — Utilita Arena, Newcastle
Mon 10 May — Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Tue 11 May — First Direct Arena, Leeds
Thu 13 May — The O2, London
Fri 14 May — The O2, London
Sat 15 May — The O2, London
Mon 17 May — Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Tue 18 May — Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham (NEW DATE)
Thu 20 May — Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
Fri 21 May — Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
Mon 24 May — The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Tue 25 May —The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Wed 26 May — M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool (NEW DATE)
Fri 28 May — The AO Arena, Manchester
Sat 29 May — The AO Arena, Manchester

Tickets for Little Mix's newly announced Nottingham and Liverpool shows are available at 9am on Fri 9 Oct.

Little Mix

The X-Factor winning pop quartet only got going in 2011 and already have numerous tribute acts. The quartet have become one of Britain's best-loved pop acts and became one of the most enduring earworms of 2016 with 'Shout Out To My Ex', as well as selling millions of albums worldwide.