Little Mix Announce European “Get Weird” Tour Dates

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Little Mix Announce European "Get Weird" Tour Dates
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Little Mix are taking their “Get Weird” tour to Europe this year.

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The band have added a string of European dates to their upcoming tour, due to take place this summer. This will be the first time that Little Mix have included European dates in a headline tour, as their previous tours have took place solely in the UK.

Little Mix will be taking their tour to Sweden on June 12th, for their first European date. This will be followed by shows in Norway, Denmark, Netherlands and Belgium.

The girls will also be performing in Germany, Italy, Switzerland and France before two final shows in Spain on June 24th & 25th.

The news of Little Mix’s upcoming tour was announced in 2016, prior to the release of their latest album “Get Weird”, on November 6th.

Little Mix will kick off their tour with 30 dates in the UK and Ireland, with the first show taking place in Sheffield on April 2nd.

Prior to their European dates, Little Mix will also be performing several shows in Australia, Japan, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore throughout May.

Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday (February 19th) at 10am CET.

Check out the full list of Little Mix’s 2016 “Get Weird” European tour dates below:

  • June 12th — Grona Lund Tivoli – Stockholm, Sweden
  • June 13th — Sentrum Scene – Oslo, Norway
  • June 14th — Falconer Theatre – Copenhagen, Denmark
  • June 16th — HMH – Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • June 17th — Trix – Antwerp, Belgium
  • June 19th — Live Music Hall – Cologne, Germany
  • June 20th — Fabrique – Milan, Italy
  • June 21st — Volkhaus – Zurich, Switzerland
  • June 23rd — Grand Rex – Paris, France
  • June 24th — Razzmatazz – Barcelona, Spain
  • June 25th — La Rivera – Madrid, Spain
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