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Little Mix To Hit The Stage Within ‘The Confetti Tour’ In 2021

Little Mix announced a massive UK and Ireland Arena Tour for April and May 2021 named ‘The Confetti Tour.’

The news has been released through the official Instagram account for the British girl group. Alongside the official tour plan, the followings were written as a caption:

Who’s ready for the CONFETTI TOUR 2021 🎊”

As known, the show was previously scheduled for 2020, however, due to coronavirus, it has been rescheduled to 2021. The statement continued:

“The thought of getting back on stage and seeing your faces means the world to us, we cannot wait! You’ll be able to get early access to tickets when you pre-order Confetti from 9 am tomorrow through our official store.”

In another statement shared through the official Twitter page, the group stated that they really missed performing for their fans and could not wait to get back on the road.

In the show, Little Mix formed in 2011, will perform songs from their new & the sixth studio album ‘Confetti,’ which is scheduled to be released on 6 November 2020.

As for the tour dates are as follows:

28th April: 3Arena, Dublin

1st May: SSE Arena, Belfast

4th May: M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool

5th May: Flydsa Arena, Sheffield

7th May: Utilita Arena, Newcastle

8th May: Utilita Arena, Newcastle

10th May: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

11th May: First Direct Arena, Leeds

13th May: The O2, London

14th May: The O2, London

17th May: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

20th May: Resorts World Arena, Birmingham

21st May: Resorts World Arena,  Birmingham

24th May: The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

25th May: The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

28th May: AO Arena, Manchester

29th May: AO Arena, Manchester

The pre-sale will be available on September 23 at 9 am.

See below to view the mentioned Instagram post.

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