Little Mix London 2022: how to get tickets for The O2 concert, and list of UK Confetti tour dates

The trio are heading to London.

Worldwide famous girl band Little Mix are heading to London as they continue their UK tour.

The tour, named ‘The Confetti Tour’ is supporting the band’s latest studio album, ‘Between Us’ and is the first studio album Little Mix have released following the exit of Jesy Nelson.

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The band hit the headlines as it was announced that Nelson was to leave Little Mix after a decade, as she left in December 2020.

Her decision to leave was widely publicised, and led to some friction between some of the remaining band members and Nelson.

When are Little Mix performing in London?

The trio are heading to London to perform at the O2 Arena for three nights, and will be performing in the capital on May 12, 13 and 14.

The band are no stranger to performing in London, and have previously performed at the O2 Arena in 2017 as part of their ‘Glory Days’ tour.

Where else are they performing?

The tour kicked off in Belfast on April 9 at the SSE Arena, and their three London shows that Little Mix are performing are the last of their UK tour.

Before London, the trio will be performing in Nottingham, Birmingham, Sheffield, Manchester, Liverpool and more.

Their remaining UK tour dates are:

  • 26 - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
  • 27 - SSE Hydro, Glasgow
  • 28 - SSE Hydro, Glasgow
  • 30 - First Direct Arena, Leeds


  • 2 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
  • 3 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
  • 4 - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
  • 6 - AO Arena, Manchester
  • 7 - AO Arena, Manchester
  • 7 - AO Arena, Manchester (Matinee Show)
  • 9 - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
  • 10 - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
  • 12 - The O2 Arena, London
  • 13 - The O2 Arena, London
  • 14 - The O2 Arena, London

How do I get tickets?

Unfortunately, tickets for the three shows in London are now all sold out on Ticketmaster.

Despite tickets being sold out, there will still be opportunities for you to attend any one of the three shows.

Simply keep an eye on Twickets.

Twickets is a trusted fan to fan marketplace for selling and buying tickets at face value.

Search in the search bar the artist you’re looking for and click ‘all events’ then the event you want to attend, and see if tickets are available.

You can also receive notifications from Twickets. All you have to do is download the Twickets app on your android or iOS device, then go to the ‘edit profile’ then scroll down to the bottom of the page where you can turn on push notifications.

What might the setlist be?

According to, a possible set list for the Confetti tour looks like:

Act 1

  • Shout Out To My Ex
  • Heartbreak Anthem
  • Break Up Song
  • Wings

Act 2

  • Power / Gloves Up
  • Move
  • Secret Love Song part ll
  • Women Like me
  • Happiness
  • No More Sad Songs
  • Love Me or Leave Me
  • Between Us

Act 3

  • Love (Sweet Love)
  • Reggaeton Lento Remix
  • Wasabi
  • Black Magic

Act 4

  • Salute
  • Touch
  • Only You
  • No Time For Tears
  • Confetti


  • Sweet Melody

The setlist here was from the setlist played at the SSE Arena in Belfast on 10 April, 2022.

Who is the support act?

For their UK arena tour, Little Mix have two support acts. They are Denis Coleman and Since September.

Denis Coleman is an 18-year-old American singer, who was raised in London. In 2022 he released a single ‘Healing the Process’ and has joined The Vamps on one of their previous tours.

Since September formed in 2020, and have a single on the way named ‘All of The Stars’.

Who are Little Mix?

Little Mix are a British all-female band that rose to prominence on the X Factor in 2011, and became the first band to win the show.

The trio used to be a foursome, but now only three remain after Jesy Nelson’s exit in 2020. The band now consists of Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Leigh Anne-Pinnock.

The four of them didn’t join the show together, and instead all joined individually, and were formed during the show by Simon Cowell.

11 years after their X Factor triumph, they have become one of the UK’s biggest selling acts, and recently became one of the best selling girl groups of all time, surpassing more than 65 million records sold globally.

With a rumoured net worth just shy of £70 million, the group made history when they became the first female group to win the Brit Award for British Group.