Little Mix’s Confetti Tour Will Still Go Ahead

Just not in April 2021.

What we know about Little Mix's 2021 tour
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While the pandemic put a pause on gigs and festivals throughout 2020, Little Mix decided to put out their sixth studio album anyway. Confetti was the injection of glam pop that lockdown needed. However, there's bad news for fans who were excited to see Little Mix tour in 2021. The band went through some serious changes last year and their latest announcement suggests 2021 may be a bit unpredictable too.

Little Mix were due to hit the road for the Confetti 2021 tour in April. Their first date was in Dublin and the tour finished in Manchester on May. 29. However, on Feb. 8 they announced this will no longer be the case. The tour will be postponed until 2022. They wrote, “You know how much we love being on the road and performing every night for you all. However, due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, we must prioritise the safety of our fans and crew and help to stop the spread.”

Tickets had already gone on sale for the tour, which would have started in twi months. Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall reassured their fans that that their tickets would remain valid for the 2021 dates and the band announced an extra performance in Cardiff, too.

The new dates start in Belfast and run over April and May 2020. Read the full list of dates below:

April 2022

Sat. 9- SSE Arena Belfast

Sun. 10- SSE Arena Belfast

Tue. 12- 3Arena, Dublin

Wed.13- 3Arena, Dublin

Fri. 15- Utilita Arena, Newcastle

Sat. 16- Utilita Arena, Newcstle

Mon. 18- M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool

Tue. 19 - FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield

Thur. 21- Resorts World Arena, Birmingham

Fri. 22- Resorts World Arena, Birmingham

Sat. 23- Resorts World Arena, Birmingham

Tue. 26 - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool

Wed. 27- SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Thur. 28- SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Sat. 30- First direct Arena, Leeds

May 2022

Mon. 2- Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

Tue. 3- Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

Fri. 6- AO Arena, Manchester

Sat. 7- AO Arena, Manchester

Mon. 9- Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

Tue. 10- Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

Thur. 12- O2 Arena, London

Some of the dates are already sold out and the band wrote on Twitter, “We can’t wait to see you when it is safe to do so.”

The Confetti tour will be the first time that the girls perform on the road without Jesy Nelson. She left the group in Dec. 2020 and said on Instagram, "I need to spend some time with the people I love, doing things that make me happy."

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