American Israeli-Palestinian singer Lina has been announced as Little Mix’s support act for the UK leg of their Glory Days tour.
The singer took to Twitter to reveal the exciting news. In a video to her fans and Mixers everywhere, Lina said: “Ladies all across the world, I’m SO ready to salute all of you! Hi, I’m Lina and I have some big news. I will be supporting our four favourite ladies, Little Mix, on their whole Glory Days UK tour.” She also shared a snippet of herself singing ‘Hair’, showing Mixers what they can expect from her on tour.
— LINA (@LinaMOfficial) September 20, 2017
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Lina, she is best known for winning The Voice of Israel in 2013. Since winning the show, she has been propelled to great heights, gaining a loyal fanbase along the way. She has performed alongside Queen and Adam Lambert, and has celebrity fans in the form of Alicia Keys and Will Smith. Alicia tweeted her support for Lina’s version of ‘Holy War’, whilst Will invited the songstress to open for him at Livewire Festival in Blackpool.
Lina has released a few singles, including her most recent offering ‘Can’t Keep Falling’. She will be releasing a brand new track on October 6 called ‘I Wore It Better’, which is bound to be a hit on the Glory Days tour!
If you want to know more about Lina, don’t forget to read our interview from earlier on this year. We had the opportunity to discuss her experience on The Voice, her musical inspirations and much more.
Little Mix’s Glory Days tour kicks off in Aberdeen on October 9 and will span across 37 dates. The tour dates are as follows:
Monday October 09 – AECC BHGE Arena, Aberdeen
Tuesday October 10 – AECC BHGE Arena, Aberdeen
Wednesday October 11 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Friday October 13 – Genting Arena, Birmingham
Saturday October 14 – first direct Arena, Leeds (Matinee and Evening show)
Monday October 16 – Echo Arena, Liverpool
Tuesday October 17- Sheffield Arena
Thursday October 19 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Friday October 20 – Manchester Arena
Thursday October 26 – O2 Arena, London
Friday October 27 – Sheffield Arena
Saturday October 28 – Sheffield Arena
Monday October 30 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Tuesday October 31 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Wednesday November 01 – Liverpool Echo Arena, Liverpool
Friday November 03 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Saturday November 04 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle (Matinee and Evening show)
Monday November 06 – 3Arena, Dublin
Tuesday November 07 – SSE Arena, Belfast
Wednesday November 08 – SSE Arena, Belfast
Friday November 10 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Saturday November 11 -SSE Hydro, Glasgow (Matinee & Evening show)
Monday November 13 – first direct Arena, Leeds
Tuesday November 14 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Wednesday November 15 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Friday November 17 – Genting Arena, Birmingham (Matinee & Evening show)
Saturday November 18 – Genting Arena, Birmingham (Matinee & Evening show)
Monday November 20 – Liverpool Echo Arena, Liverpool
Tuesday November 21 – Manchester Arena
Wednesday November 22 – Manchester Arena
Saturday November 25 – O2 Arena, London (Matinee & Evening show)
Sunday November 26 – O2 Arena, London