Little Mix confirm two Manchester gigs at the AO Arena, The Manc

Little Mix confirm two Manchester gigs at the AO Arena

The dance-pop group have confirmed a series of nationwide gigs to go alongside their new upcoming album – which is set for release on November 6.
Little Mix confirm two Manchester gigs at the AO Arena, The Manc

UK girl group Little Mix have announced an upcoming Confetti tour – which will see them play two dates in Manchester in May 2021. 

The dance-pop quartet have confirmed a series of nationwide gigs to go alongside their latest album – which is set for release on November 6. 

These shows will be among the first live renditions of group’s sixth studio LP – taking place in 12 different cities across 4 weeks.

The final two gigs of the Confetti tour will be hosted at the AO Arena in May. 

Little Mix confirm two Manchester gigs at the AO Arena, The Manc

The confirmed tour dates for the 2021 Confetti shows are as follows: 

  • Wed 28 April – Dublin 3Arena
  • Sat 01 May – Belfast SSE Arena
  • Tues 04 May – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
  • Wed 05 May – Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
  • Fri 07 May – Newcastle Utilita Arena
  • Sat 08 May – Newcastle Utilita Arena
  • Mon 10 May – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
  • Tue 11 May – Leeds First Direct Arena
  • Thu 13 May – London The O2
  • Fri 14 May – London The O2
  • Mon 17 May – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
  • Thurs 20 May – Birmingham Resorts World Arena
  • Fri 21 May – Birmingham Resorts World Arena
  • Mon 24 May – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
  • Tue 25 May – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
  • Fri 28 May – Manchester AO Arena
  • Sat 29 May – Manchester AO Arena

Fans that pre-order a copy of the forthcoming Confett’ album from the official store before 3pm on Tuesday 22 September will receive an exclusive pre-sale code for the opportunity to get early access tickets to the tour. 

General tickets go on sale Friday 25 September at 9am, with pre-sales going live from Wednesday 23 September. 

Tickets for the UK are available from Gigs & Tours and for Ireland from Ticketmaster

Little Mix have also chosen to partner with Black Minds Matter UK and Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy; with £1 of ticketing fees being distributed equally between each charity. 

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