Little Mix’s Confetti Tour: setlist, stage times, support acts and ticket info
Little Mix have kicked off their much-anticipated Confetti Tour – and we’ve got all the info you need.
The group will perform arena shows across the UK and Ireland this April and May ahead of their hiatus.
It will mark the first time the group has toured as a trio, following the departure of Jesy Nelson.
Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirwall debuted the tour in Belfast to a sold-out crowd and will head to London, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and more over the next few weeks.
The setlist features their biggest hits including “Shout Out to My Ex”, “Sweet Melody”, “Wings” and “Touch” to name a few.
It also features their LGBT-anthem “Secret Love Song”, which is often noted as a highlight during their live shows.
— julia🌷saw Little Mix (@thirlwallsbear) April 13, 2022
After the first shows, band member Jade Thirlwall posted on Instagram: “Feel so overwhelmed being back onstage doing my most favourite thing in the world again with my sisters. No better feeling.”
Below you can find out what the setlist is, the tour schedule and if you can still get tickets for the tour.
What are the critics saying?
In a five-star review, the Guardian say the “show is for the back rows, maximalist, assertive and heavily rhinestoned”.
They add that the group “give a lesson on the last 10 years of British pop” for “two breathless hours”.
They say the Newcastle show was “teary and heartfelt” but that it “feels more a triumphant beginning than an ending” as the group are set to take a hiatus after the tour.
In another five-star review, the Newcastle Chronicle said the show was a “master class of pop music perfection”.
The reviewer adds that the Confetti Tour shows the group “still very much at the top of the game” as they had the “audience in the palms of their hands” thanks to the stacked setlist.
What’s Little Mix’s Confetti Tour setlist?
— Olá (@filiipe) April 14, 2022
This was the setlist for Little Mix’s shows in Newcastle, according to setlist.fm. Fans can expect it to be similar for the rest of the tour dates:
- Shout Out to My Ex
- Heartbreak Anthem
- Break Up Song
- Power / Gloves Up
- Secret Love Song, Pt. II
- Woman Like Me
- No More Sad Songs
- Love Me or Leave Me
- Between Us
- Love (Sweet Love)
- Reggaeton Lento Remix
- Black Magic
- Only You
- No Time for Tears
- Sweet Melody
Can I still get Little Mix tickets?
You can check out the full tour schedule below.
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Who’s Little Mix’s Confetti Tour support act?
The group have two support acts on the tour.
The first opener is singer-songwriter Denis Coleman, who found success on Instagram and TikTok as a teenager.
He’ll be followed by Since September, who were the winners of Little Mix The Search on BBC. The group were formed on the reality competition series, which saw the winning act get the chance to open the Confetti Tour.
What time do Little Mix come on stage?
These are the timings for the shows in Liverpool, according to the official arena social media pages. Fans can expect similar set times at other dates on the tour.
- Doors: 6:30pm
- Denis Coleman: 7pm
- Since September: 7:30pm
- Little Mix: 8:30pm
- Approx finish: 10pm
What are the tour dates?
Back in our happy place 🥺 So excited to see you all at the Dublin show tonight 💖 #ConfettiTour
— Little Mix (@LittleMix) April 12, 2022
After stopping off in Belfast, Dublin and Newcastle, the Confetti Tour will visit the following cities:
- 18 April – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
- 19 April – Sheffield, Utilita Arena
- 21 April – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
- 22 April – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
- 23 April – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
- 26 April – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
- 27 April – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
- 28 April – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
- 30 April – Leeds, First Direct Arena
- 2 May – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
- 3 May – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
- 4 May – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
- 6 May – Manchester, AO Arena
- 7 May – Manchester, AO Arena
- 9 May – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
- 10 May – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
- 12 May – London, The O2 Arena
- 13 May – London, The O2 Arena
- 14 May – London, The O2 Arena