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Get Weird with Little Mix in March. The group take their new album on an arena UK tour. See the band perform their hits such as Black Magic.
Little Mix extra UK date
Updated: 29 July 2015

An extra UK date, in London, has been confirmed for Little Mix’s Get Weird 2016 tour.

The group will perform a matinee show at London’s The O2 on 27 March. The new show takes place ahead of their previously confirmed evening gig at the same venue.

Little Mix’s tour, in support of Get Weird, will visit arenas in Liverpool, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham throughout March. Don’t miss out on the chance to hear all of Little Mix’s biggest hits!

Little Mix UK and Ireland tour
Updated: 21 July 2015

Little Mix take their third album, Get Weird, on the road in March 2016. Get ready to hear singles such as their No.1 hit Black Magic.

The four-piece start their arena tour at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena on 13 March. The live dates will come to a close at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena on 31 March. The tour will visit the UK and Ireland’s biggest arenas, including a huge date at London’s The O2.

Little Mix’s tour dates are as follows: Brighton Centre (14); Bournemouth International Centre (15); Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle (17); Genting Arena, Birmingham (18); SSE Hydro, Glasgow (19); Echo Arena, Liverpool (22); Capital FM Arena, Nottingham (23); First Direct Arena, Leeds (26); The O2, London (27); and 3Arena, Dublin (30).

Their UK shows are in support of their third studio album, Get Weird. The collection follows Salute (2013) and DNA (2012). Get Weird includes the lead single Black Magic, which became their third No.1 single in the UK.

Little Mix are a favourite live. With their mix of high-energy performances and catchy pop tracks, they’re a group that know how to put on a show. Catch the girls on their 2016 tour to hear tracks from all three albums. Find Little Mix tickets below.

About Little Mix

Little Mix are The X Factor shooting stars of 2011, scoring a No.1 hit with their debut single Cannonball. Comprising Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jesy Nelson, the girls became The X Factor’s first ever group entry to win the hit TV show in its history.

The girls originally auditioned as solo artists, but they were unsuccessful at the boot camp part of the contest. Convinced of their talents, The X Factor judges gave the girls another chance as a group, and Little Mix, who previously called their self Rhythmix, set off on their rise to stardom.

The four-piece girl group released their No.1 debut single Cannonball in 2011, which was followed by Wings in 2012. Wings gave Little Mix their second No.1 hit in the UK, and it was their lead track from their debut album, DNA.

DNA peaked at number three in the UK charts following its release in 2012. After a successful tour, the collection was followed by their second album, Salute. The record was another top 5 hit and charted at number four.

Little Mix’s third album, Get Weird, includes their third top-charting single, Black Magic. The single saw the group team up with Electric, the Norwegian production team, who previously worked with them on Salute.



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Little Mix News

  • Little Mix News

    Little Mix extend UK and Ireland tour with second London date

    29 Jul 2015

    Little Mix have confirmed an additional date on their 2016 tour of the UK and Ireland that will take place in London.

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  • Little Mix cover Jason Derulo and Whitney Houston

    29 Jul 2015

    Little Mix paid a visit to BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge where they covered a mashup version of tracks by Jason Derulo and Whitney Houston.

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  • Little Mix lead singles chart for second week

    27 Jul 2015

    Little Mix’s Black Magic has cast a spell on the UK as it leads the Official UK Singles Chart for a second week.

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