Fifth Harmony have announced their first European tour and will return to the UK for two concerts in November.
Fifth Harmony have announced their first European tour.
The 'Worth It' hitmakers are ''really excited'' to return to the UK for two concerts in November, as part of their upcoming 'Reflection Tour'.
Member Ally Brooke Hernandez, 22, said: ''We love Europe and our European Harmonizers who have always made us feel so welcome. We're really excited to be bringing our tour to the UK - it's going to be crazy!!''
The American girl group, which also includes members Dinah Jane Hansen, 18, Lauren Jauregui, 19, Normani Kordei, 19, and Camila Cabello, 18, will take to the stage on November 3, 2015 at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire and on November 4, 2015 at the Ritz in Manchester.
Tickets for all of their European gigs are set to go on sale this Friday (04.09.15).
The band, who rose to fame on 'The X Factor' USA in 2012, made their British debut on the UK version of the show last November and also previously performed at this year's sold-out Capital Summertime Ball at Wembley Arena in London, alongside One Direction, Little Mix, Ariana Grande, Ne-Yo and Jess Glynne.
Full Tour Dates:
26th October - Madrid, Spain, La Riviera
31st October - Amsterdam, Netherlands, Melkweg
3rd November - London, UK, Shepherd's Bush Empire
4th November - Manchester, UK, Ritz
8th November - Frankfurt, Germany, Gibson
9th November - Paris, France, Triano
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