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Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Glory Days Tour

So last year i was lucky enough to bag myself a ticket for Little Mix’s Get Weird tour and from that experience as soon as the Glory Days tour was announced i knew i needed to get my hands on a ticket.
Sadly i was unable to get one for the first Manchester dates, however two extra dates were added and i snatched a ticket right up.







Little Mix have been a band i’ve loved since they were on the x factor. The girls are incredibly talented and last night was further proof of that for me. No one can deny the sheer volume of work and time these girls put into their music and careers, i know that they’re supposed to because it’s their job but these girls go above and beyond what they need to be doing.
Last night was one of the best experiences seeing someone live that i’ve ever had. From the girls’ singing, to dancing, to staging, to the mixer men dancers, to crowd interactions ect... it was incredible.
There was a moment that really got to me and did bring a tear to my eye if i’m truthful, before the girls sang Secret Love Song, Jade did a speech about their LGBTQ+ fans and how we should all be proud of who we are and to never feel ashamed... following that whilst the girls were singing; the stage had pride coloured lights on it. A lot of artists are extremely accepting and supportive of their lgbtq+ fans, however for me, i feel as though the girls always go the extra mile.



Having seen the girls before i expected nothing less than an amazing night and the girls definitely delivered.



If you ever get the chance to, i highly recommend that you go and see them live.
 I hope you’re all having a good week so far.
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xo Bettie Karen