Tickets on sale for Little Mix’s show in Earlham Park
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Little Mix are returning to Norwich in 2018.
As part of their Summer Hits tour, the girl group will perform at Earlham Park on Saturday, July 21.
Tickets for the event were released on Thursday, November 30 at 9.30am.
Lots of happy fans took to social media to share their joy at snapping up tickets.
Rosie Bell said: 'Seeing Little Mix again next year in Norwich. Literally can't wait.'
MORE: Little Mix are coming to Norwich on 2018 tourKimmy Korns added that she would be flying in from the US specially to see the show.
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However not everyone was feeling as positive.
Twitter user @blasphemycru_ posted: 'Little Mix tickets for Norwich are £50 each, are you having a laugh'.
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Prices for the 2018 show are higher than those for Little Mix's Norwich gig in 2017.
Summer Shout Out tour tickets were priced at £43.45 for general admission and £60.50 for golden circle including booking fees. They now cost £47.75 and £61.50 respectively.
MORE: People react to Little Mix returning to NorwichLittle Mix signed to SYCO records on winning the X Factor in 2011 and shot straight to No.1 in the UK with their debut single 'Cannonball'.
Thousands of people descended on the venue to see the world's biggest girl band made up of Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock perform.
Their latest album 'Glory Days', led by the lead single 'Shout Out To My Ex', is the biggest selling album by a female group this Millennium.
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