Little Mix at the Kent Event Centre in Detling near Maidstone on Sunday, July 22
Most tickets sold out in hours and 30,000 people including thousands of youngsters are now counting down until Little Mix take to the stage in Kent.
The band is bringing its summer hits tour to the Kent Event Centre on Sunday, July 22.
But what do you need to know about coming to the concert? We have rounded up some of the most important information below:
When is the concert?
Little Mix are playing the Kent Event Centre in Detling on Sunday, July 22
Are there still tickets?
Tickets were available in bronze, silver and gold circles.
The Kent Event Centre said at the beginning of July that all tickets were sold out but that a small amount of golden circle tickets linked to VIP packages were still available.
It is worth noting that anyone under the age of 14 with a ticket must be accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
All tickets must be bought in advance. Learn more here.
Car parking at the Kent Event Centre is free and does not need to be pre-booked.
Both Chalkwell Coaches and Arriva are running services to allow concert goers to use public transport. Places on these services and tickets can be booked in advance.
Find all the details here.
Little Mix are being supported on tour by X Factor winners Rak-Su and Australian pop sisters Germein.
kmfm DJ Rob Wills will also be bringing some of his floor-fillers to the Kent Event Centre, playing a fantastic set to the crowds early on Sunday evening before the bands all go on stage.
The Kent Event Centre has said all of its car parks will open at noon on Sunday, July 22.
The arena however does not open until 4pm but organisers say there will be drinking water, toilets, shade and catering concessions in holding areas for those waiting for the arena to open.
Little Mix's support acts are due on stage from 6pm with Little Mix set to appear before the Kent crowd at 8.30pm.
The concert is expected to finish at around 9.45pm but organisers are keen to stress that these are all approximate timings and could be subject to change.
For those considering arriving a little later, there is no time limit on entry to the arena, says the Kent Event Centre, but the box office is expected to close around 9pm so all collections must have been made by then.
What can you take into the concert?
No professional cameras, video cameras or audio recording devices are allowed.
And you cannot take any food and drink into the concert arena with you - but there will be various refreshment outlets to purchase food and drink from.
The concert is standing-only so deckchairs, camping chairs, any form of folding seat and picnic blankets cannot be taken in with you.
Leaving the concert
The Kent Event Centre is keen to remind people that this concert is a sell-out with 30,000 people attempting to enter and exit the site on Detling Hill and that concert goers should come prepared with provisions in their cars in the event of a long wait.
A message on its facebook page reads: "Please bear in mind this is a SOLD OUT 30,000 people concert. Therefore entry and exit will take a long time so we advise to bring provisions in the car."
For more information about the concert, ticket details and getting to and from the Kent Event Centre visit www.kenteventcentre.co.uk