Little Mix 2022 tour: How to get tickets for the Confetti Tour as the group announce break

Little Mix are taking a break after their 2022 Confetti Tour.

Little Mix recently announced that they’re taking a break following their Confetti Tour.

The iconic group told their fans in a joint statement that after the tour, Little Mix will be going on a hiatus.

It’ll be the last chance for fans to Leigh-Anne, Perrie and Jade live before they take an extended break to “recharge and work on some other projects”.

In April and May next year, the band will perform headline arena dates across the country in support of their album Confetti and greatest hits collection Between Us.

Tickets are still available for the shows and you can get them from Ticketmaster here and See Tickets here.

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Fans can expect to hear number one hits “Sweet Melody”, “Shout Out to My Ex” and “Black Magic” alongside favourites “Touch”, “Power” and “DNA”.


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It’s safe to say that fans were upset about the news of the break, with dedicated Little Mixers rushing to social media to share their love for the group.

However, it’s definitely not the end of the band, as they’ve promised that they’ll be back for more, writing that “Little Mix is forever”.

“We have plans for more music, tours and performances in the future,” the Little Mix members said in a joint statement. “We’ve made so many incredible memories with you all, and we can’t wait to make so many more.”

You can find out the full tour schedule, venues and ticket info below.

How to get Little Mix tickets

Fans can still get their hands on Little Mix tickets from Ticketmaster here and See Tickets here.

There’s currently low to limited availability, so you’ll have to be quick, as they’re likely to be snapped up following the group’s announcement of a break, which will take place after the tour.

Plus you can also try individual arena websites for other ticket availability.

Tickets for the tour are priced from £29.50, while VIP packages are also available.

What are the tour dates?

  • 9-10 April – Belfast, SSE Arena
  • 12-13 April – Dublin, 3Arena
  • 15-16 April – Newcastle, Utilita Arena
  • 18 April – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
  • 19 April – Sheffield, Utilita Arena
  • 21-23 April – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
  • 26 April – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
  • 27-28 April – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
  • 30 April – Leeds, First Direct Arena
  • 2-4 May – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
  • 6-7 May – Manchester, AO Arena
  • 9-10 May – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
  • 12-14 May – London, O2 Arena