It’s almost time to whip your hair back and forth for the world’s biggest girlband.
Little Mix last performed in our region for Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2017, and will be returning on Friday, July 13 to KCOM Craven Park.
With fans young and old descending on this sold out concert, they can expect hits such as Black Magic, Wings and DNA, as well as new hits, with some exciting support entertainment in the form of X Factor winners, Rak Su.
Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson and Jade Thirlwall will be performing for over an hour – enough time to scream and shout to your favourite songs.
Here is everything you need to know about the Little Mix KCOM Craven Park 2018 concert.
When are Little Mix performing?
Friday, July 16
Where are they performing?
KCOM Craven Park, Poorhouse Lane, Hull, HU9 5HE
What time will they be on stage?
It has not been confirmed when they will appear on stage but the gates will be opening at 4pm with the warm-up acts on shortly afterwards.
Little Mix are due on stage between 8.30pm and 9pm, with the concert ending at approximately 10pm to 10.30pm.
What is the set list?
Although it could change due to new music being brought out, the current set list expected is:
- Black Magic
- Private Show
- No More Sad Songs
- Secret Love Song part 2
- Nothing Else Matters
- Down & Dirty
- How Ya Doin’/Love Me Like You
- Reggaeton Lento Remix
Shout Out To My Ex
Are tickets still available?
Official ticket sellers have sold out.
There are still some hospitality tickets left, costing £149 per person including a three-course meal and waiter service.
Who’s the support act?
The winners of the last series of The X Factor, Rak-Su, will be joining the girls on their tour. Australian sisters Germein will also be appearing on stage.
Where can I park?
There will be no customer parking for the event on-site at KCOM Craven Park and Poorhouse Lane will be closed for the day. Parking will also be strictly limited in surrounding areas on Preston Road.
Anyone driving in from out of town and planning on getting public transport to the venue can park at Albion Street in the city centre. There is also parking at Princes Quay shopping centre and St Stephen’s shopping centre.
How do I get to KCOM Craven Park?
Follow the M62 (eastbound) to junction 38. Here the M62 turns into the A63. Continue on the A63, under the bridge and over the flyover, and continue over the roundabout still along the A63. At the next roundabout exit the A63, and join the A1033 (Hedon Road). Follow the A1033 straight over the roundabout and past Hull Prison.
After about 1/4 mile is another roundabout, again head straight across and approximately 1,000 yards later, turn left at the roundabout into Marfleet Lane. At the next set of traffic lights turn right onto the dual carriageway (Preston Road). KCOM Craven Park is about half way down on your right hand side just before the end of the dual carriageway.
Paragon Interchange in Hull city centre has many buses running to the east of the city. Look out for the Stagecoach Number 3 service from Bay 32 at the Interchange. The city centre pick-ups will be Prospect Street (Debenhams), Bond Street (second stop), Alfred Gelder Street (first stop opposite Marks & Spencer) and the first stop adjacent to the Guildhall. The route is then via Holderness Road and Southcoates Lane direct to Preston Road.
Hull Trains, Northern Rail and Transpennine Express all use Paragon Interchange, meaning you can get the train from destinations such as Beverley, Selby, Goole and more.
Will there be food and drink?
There is expected to be a range of food and drink stalls around the concourse of the stadium, as well as bars inside the stadium. However, some of these may be reserved for hospitality ticket-holders.
Will there be bag searches?
Yes. Bags will be searched and some items are banned. Ticket holders are asked to bring a small a bag as possible, with sealed, transparent bottles of water 500ml or smaller allowed passed entry point.
It is expected items such as glass, cans, bottles, flammable liquids, laser pens, umbrellas, signs and banners, glitter bombs and fireworks will be banned, although KCOM Craven Park are yet to announce the official banned items list.