Little Mix tickets and 2020 tour dates

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Falkirk Stadium 4 Stadium Way Falkirk FK2 9EE in Falkirk

Friday 26th June

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Totally Wicked Stadium in Saint Helens

Saturday 27th June

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Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff

Sunday 28th June

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Weston Homes Stadium in Peterborough

Tuesday 30th June

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Lytham Festival 2020

Lytham Green in Lancashire

Wednesday 1st July

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The Ageas Bowl in Southampton

Thursday 2nd July

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Home Park in Plymouth

Friday 3rd July

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Little Mix - BST Hyde Park

Hyde Park in London

Saturday 4th July

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Lytham Hall in Lytham

Sunday 5th July

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Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester

Thursday 9th July

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upcoming festivals

Lytham Festival

Lytham Festival

Lytham near Blackpool

1st - 5th Jul 2020

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Lytham Festival

Lytham near Blackpool

1st - 5th Jul 2020

No age restrictions

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British Summer Time

British Summer Time

Hyde Park, London

4th Jul 2020

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British Summer Time

Hyde Park, London

4th Jul 2020

No age restrictions

American Express British Summer Time, Hyde Park, London

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Biography

Little Mix (previously Rhythmix) are the 2011 winners of The X Factor, and the first group to ever take the grand prize. The Cannonball Songfacts reports that their debut single, a cover of the Damien Rice ballad Cannonball was released digitally the morning after their win. The song was produced by Fazer, who is the N-Dubz colleague and boyfriend of their mentor, Tulisa Contostavlos.

A four-piece girlband made up of Essex barmaid Jesy Nelson (20), High Wycombe waitress Leigh-Anne Pinnock (19), and South Shields students Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall (both 18). Originally known as Rhythmix, the group was originally formed at bootcamp from singers who auditioned as soloists. On 26 October 2011, Rhythmix announced that they would change their name due to pressure from a children's music charity of the same name, after the programme tried to trademark "Rhythmix" in Europe. A spokesperson for The X Factor said, "At the request of the charity Rhythmix, the members of the girl group Rhythmix have decided to change their name, a decision which has the support of Syco and TalkbackTHAMES. The group's new name will be announced in due course". It was reported that the group decided to make the change, despite no legal reason to do so, to avoid any difficulties for the charity. They announced that they would now be known as Little Mix on 28 October 2011 following on from this, the band said: "We all agreed on it, including Tulisa, because it just felt right"

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