Little Mix Return To The Ageas Bowl In 2020!

World's biggest girl band to perform at the home of Hampshire Cricket on Thursday 2nd July 2020

Little Mix – the world's biggest girl band – are coming to the Ageas Bowl on Thursday 2nd July 2020 as part of their 21-date Summer 2020 tour.

A number of hospitality packages for Little Mix's concert go on sale at 8am today (Monday 25th November). For more information on the the hospitality offering, please follow the link below.

Hospitality Packages

Tickets will then go on sale at 9am on Thursday 28th November via or

A priority period will begin at 9am on Wednesday 27th November and will run for 24 hours. Fans looking to secure priority access to tickets can register via the link below.

Register For Priority Tickets
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At least 75p from every ticket sale will be donated to Nordoff Robbins - a charity that uses the power of music therapy to enrich the lives of people affected by life limiting illness, isolation or disability.

The pop superstars will grace the Ageas Bowl stage for a second time and look set to perform some of their greatest hits including 'Woman Like Me', 'Touch', 'Shout Out to My Ex', 'Black Magic' and 'Wings'.

Performing live is our favourite thing to do as a band, we love it.

Our last Summer tour was one of our favourites ever, so we can't wait for some more brilliant outdoor shows next year. We want everyone to come party with us in the sunshine!

Little Mix

Little Mix have firmly established their reputation as one of the most phenomenal groups around. Alongside massive tours of Europe, Australia, Japan and the US, the group have just completed their mammoth LM5 Arena Tour which took in cities across Europe, the UK and Ireland including an amazing five sold out dates at London’s O2 Arena.

Since 2011, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall have not only established themselves as one of British pop’s brightest acts, but as a global pop phenomenon. 

Situated an hour or less away from London, Brighton, Portsmouth and Reading, the Ageas Bowl is easily accessible for anyone living in the South of England. With excellent transport links from all major train stations and ferry terminals in the area, as well as a Park & Ride Scheme, it couldn’t be easier to get to and from the ground.

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