Fans stuck for hours queueing ahead of Little Mix concert

PUBLISHED: 09:16 04 September 2017 | UPDATED: 12:37 04 September 2017

The queue to get into Little Mix at Earlham Park. Picture: Ed Holman

The queue to get into Little Mix at Earlham Park. Picture: Ed Holman


Little Mix fans were left queueing for hours as they waited to get into the Little Mix concert.

Angry fans took to social media to complain that it took more than two hours to get into Earlham Park, where the show was taking place.

Many said there were only four members of staff letting people in.

Fans were able to purchase a Golden Circle ticket that were available for a premium price.

The ticket allowed fans to stand in a specialised area nearer to the stage to get the best view of their much-loved artist.

On Twitter Daniel Attwell said: “It’s always nice to pay extra for a longer slower queue.”

Even ex-Norwich football legend Grant Holt was annoyed by the queues.

He took to Twitter saying: “This is a shambles being waiting an hour and still not in the place yet. There is about another 500 odd people behind us.”

Andrew Butcher said: “Golden circle admission for #littlemixNorwich is an absolute shambles! Four people to admit thousands.”

Ed Holman said: “They had about four to six people putting wrist bands on all of the Golden Circle people, which caused a back log, as everyone else just flowed in.

“It was just a lack of staff.”

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