Little Mix have just announced a load of summer shows in the UK

Coming off the back of their most successful album yet, Little Mix have announced plans for a string of shows in the UK this summer.

The girl group have called the nationwide tour their Summer Shout Out – we see what you’ve done there – and will perform all their biggest hits, including Shout Out To My Ex, Black Magic, Touch and Wings.

The first show will take place at Wirral Live on 21 May and the jaunt will continue on until 15 July with a final concert at the County Cricket Club in Durham.

Of course, Little Mix will then be back in October for their headline arena tour, which is in support of their recent chart-topping album Glory Days.

Tickets for Little Mix’s new summer shows are on sale now.

The full list of dates are as follows:

  • Sunday 21 May Wirral Live – Tranmere Rovers FC Stadium 
  • Friday 23 June Newmarket – Newmarket Racecourses 
  • Saturday 24 June Gloucester – Kingsholm Rugby Club 
  • Thursday 29 June Dundee – Slessor Gardens 
  • Friday 30 June Edinburgh – Royal Highland Centre 
  • Saturday 1 July Donington – Donington Park Racetrack 
  • Thursday 6 July Scarborough – Open Air Theatre 
  • Friday 7 July London – Greenwich Music Time, The Old Royal Naval College 
  • Saturday 8 July Colwyn Bay – Eirias Stadium 
  • Sunday 9 July Southampton – Ageas Bowl 
  • Thursday 13 July Monmouthshire – Caldicot Castle 
  • Friday 14 July Exeter – Powderham Castle 
  • Saturday 15 July Durham – County Cricket Club, Emirates Riverside

Watch the music video for Little Mix’s Shout Out To My Ex below:



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