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Little Mix add extra Belfast date to Get Weird Tour

Published 29/09/2015

Little Mix
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Good news Little Mix fans - the girl group have added another show in Belfast as part of their Get Weird Tour.

The girl group who are taking the world by storm announced a major UK & Ireland arena tour starting March 2016 including a Belfast date at The SSE Arena on 31 March.

Now due to demand, Little Mix have confirmed they will play another show in Belfast on April 1.

Tickets for the extra date go on sale this Saturday October 3 at 9am from all usual outlets.

Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall became Little Mix in 2011.

They have sold over 7 million records, had two UK No.1 singles and two platinum albums ‘DNA’ and ‘Salute’. As well as a successful arena tour they have been the recipients of both a Cosmo Ultimate Woman Award and a Glamour Women Of The Year Award.

With over half a billion YouTube and Vevo views worldwide, they’ve also successfully become one of Britain’s greatest exports breaking the Spice Girls’ long-held record of highest debut US chart position for a UK girl group in the process. 

Reflecting on their previous tour, Leigh-Anne said: "To have our fans singing songs, that we’d helped write, back to us, was a dreams-come-true moment.”

The announcement of the extra Belfast Show comes as Little Mix release their 2nd single ‘Love Me Like You’ from their eagerly anticipated third album ‘Get Weird’ (due for global release Friday 6 November). 

The new single follows the worldwide smash hit ‘Black Magic’ which stormed straight to No.1 on the Official Chart in the UK.

Tickets for LITTLE MIX’s Extra Show at the The SSE Arena, Belfast on 1 April 2016 go on sale Saturday 3 October at 9.00am and will be available from:-

The SSE Arena Box Office 9073 9074

24hr Credit Card Bookings 0844 277 4455

Book on line

Also available from all usual Ticketmaster outlets

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