Little Mix Announce Dates For Their European Stadium Tour in Summer 2020

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Little Mix is officially the headlining act for British Summer Time 2020, so it's about time you started planning your Summer festival schedule for 2020. "We're so excited to perform at BST Hyde Park," Little Mix said in a statement on Monday morning. "It's such a massive gig with a huge crowd, so it's definitely going to be one of our 2020 highlights. We've been to see acts at BST before and it's always such a party atmosphere. We'll be bringing that to our set next year for sure!"

Along with the announcement on Monday morning, the British girl group also revealed the rest of their UK tour dates — the tour kicks off in Falkirk, Scotland, on June 26 before touring in England and Wales through July. Their BST performance is the only scheduled London date that's been confirmed so far, which is hardly surprising since Little Mix played five shows at the O2 in London on their recent 2019 tour, LM5: The Tour. It's unclear whether more London dates will be announced for 2020 at a later date, but we suggest you nab tickets to BST ASAP. Tickets for the Summer festivalwent on sale on Nov. 28 at 9 a.m., so get in quick or risk missing out.

Keep on reading to find out everywhere Little Mix is performing during their 2020 UK Summer tour.

June 26 — Falkirk Stadium (Falkirk, Scotland)
June 27 — R.F.C Stadium (St Helens, England)
June 28 — Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff, Wales)
June 30 — The Weston Homes Stadium (Peterborough, England)
July 2 — The Ageas Bowl (Southampton, England)
July 3 — Home Park (Plymouth, England)
July 4 — British Summer Time Festival at Hyde Park (London, England)
July 5 — Lytham Festival (Lytham, England)
July 9 — Gloucester Kingsholme Stadium (Gloucester, England)
July 10 — Jobserve Community Stadium (Colchester, England)
July 11 — Stadium Zipworld (Colwyn Bay, Wales)
July 12 — Craven Park (Hull, England)
July 14 — Ardingly (Brighton, England)
July 16 — Emirates Riverside (Durham, England)
July 17 — Fischer County Ground (Leicester, England)
July 18 — Holkham Hall (Norfolk, England)
July 19 — The Spitfire Ground (Kent, England)
July 21 — Scarborough Open Air Theatre (Scarborough, England)
July 24 — Bitts Park (Carlisle, England)
July 25 — Ayr Racecourse (Ayr, Scotland)
July 26 — Hazelhead Park (Aberdeen, Scotland)