Wednesday 22 February 2017


6 reasons to get excited about the Little Mix concert at Gloucester Rugby

The biggest girl band on the planet, Little Mix, is set to sprinkle Black Magic over audiences from Gloucestershire and beyond who will be flocking to Kingsholm Stadium in June – and SoGlos has found 6 reasons to get excited about the hottest event of the summer.

Word Up! In case you somehow missed it, record-breaking British girl group, Little Mix, is set to storm the stage in Gloucester on Saturday 24 June 2017, as party of its nationwide Summer Shout Out tour.

With the performance at Kingsholm Stadium sure to go down in local history, SoGlos has found six reasons to get excited about the Little Mix concert, whether you’re a devoted Mixer, a pop fan, or want to experience a night of sensational entertainment from the X Factor winners.

For more information visit gloucesterrugby.co.uk directly.


1. Salute the world’s biggest girl band

A photo posted by Little Mix (@littlemix) on


Hailed as the biggest girl group in the world, Little Mix’s appearance at Kingsholm Stadium is undoubtedly a huge coup for the county, offering the rare chance to witness the record-breaking band perform live on Gloucester soil.

With the news sending fans into a flurry of excitement, and chaos ensuing when tickets were released, the Summer Shout Out concert looks set to be the event of the season.


2. See Little Mix in the midst of their Glory Days

A photo posted by Little Mix (@littlemix) on


The first and only band to win The X Factor, Little Mix’s career has gone from strength to strength since 2011, hitting the top of the charts, winning numerous awards, and performing at the UK’s biggest arenas.

The girls’ success has now reached new heights with the release of Glory Days, the quickest selling album by a UK girl group since The Spice Girls in 1997. With the massive hit ‘Shout Out To My Ex’ hitting the top of the charts and three Brit nominations in 2017, Little Mix really are at the top of their game.


3. Shout Out to Little Mix at a local landmark


Home to Gloucestershire’s top rugby club, Kingsholm Stadium can hold capacity crowds of 16,500 spectators, which usually consist of loyal sports fans. However, the summer concert offers the chance to experience a one-night-only performance within a unique, open-air setting, and a venue which for many is a local landmark.


4. Move to Gloucester Rugby for a summer concert


With previous summers seeing world-renowned names such as Elton John, Lionel Richie, Tom Jones, and Jess Glynne grace the stage, this year’s performance gives local music lovers the chance to experience a totally different type of cheering at Kingsholm Stadium.


5. Black Magic for all ages

A photo posted by Little Mix (@littlemix) on


Whether you’re a little Mixer, tween supporter, or grown up fan girl, the Summer Shout Out concert is perfect for girls’ nights out and family outings alike, with the band’s most recent hits reaching a wider audience than ever before and appealing to all ages.


6. Do Your Dance

A photo posted by Little Mix (@littlemix) on


Lucky ticket holders can look forward to singing and dancing the night away to Little Mix’s repertoire of chart topping tunes. Whether you want to ‘Shout Out To Your Ex’, sing a not-so ‘Secret Love Song’, or simply let your ‘Hair’ down, the summer spectacular will feature hit after hit.


© SoGlos
Saturday 21 January 2017

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