Little Mix might have only just finished off their incredible Glory Days tour, however, Jesy, Jade, Leigh-Anne and Perrie have announced that they are heading back out onto the road in 2018.
The girlband have just confirmed a string of stadium and outdoor gigs as part of their The Summer Hits Tour. Kicking off in Hove on July 6, the 15 date tour will see Little Mix travel up and down the country before rounding off in Inverness on July 29.
The #GloryDaysTour might be over but we’re SO excited to announce that the Little Mix Summer Hits Tour 2018 is COMINGGG to the UK! Tickets are out THIS Thursday at 9:30AM GMT, so get ready…get set… ? X the girls pic.twitter.com/IAGinYvgCp
— Little Mix (@LittleMix) November 27, 2017
Little Mix The Summer Hits Tour 2018 Dates
Friday July 6 – The 1st Central County Ground, Hove
Saturday July 7 – Liberty Stadium, Swansea
Sunday July 8 – Weston Homes Community Stadium, Colchester
Thursday July 12 – County Ground, Northampton
Friday July 13 – KCOM Craven Park, Hull
Saturday July 14 – Macron Stadium, Bolton
Sunday July 15 – John Smiths Stadium, Huddersfield
Thursday July 19 – 3aaa County Ground, Derby
Friday July 20 – Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln
Saturday July 21 – Earlham Park, Norwich
Sunday July 22 – Kent Event Centre, Maidstone
Thursday July 26 – International Stadium, Gateshead
Friday July 27 – Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk
Saturday July 28 – Outdoors at AECC, Aberdeen
Sunday July 29 – Bught Park, Inverness
Tickets for The Summer Hits Tour go on sale this Thursday (November 30) at 9:30am.
2017 has been a huge year for Little Mix. Among their many achievements, back in February the girls picked up their very first BRIT Award, taking home the prize for British Single of the Year for ‘Shoutout to my Ex’. The fierce foursome also stole the show with an incredible performance, and have continued to showcase their electric production at various festivals, shows and their huge Glory Days tour throughout the year.
In terms of new music, Little Mix have been on fire. They released ‘No More Sad Songs’ and ‘Power’ from their multi-platinum album Glory Days, collaborating with Machine Gun Kelly and Stormzy respectively. They also dropped the huge ‘Reggaeton Lento’ remix with boyband CNCO, which saw the girls venture into latin pop. Last week, Little Mix re-released Glory Days as a platinum edition which features three new tracks, all their hot collabs and a documentary.