Mic Lowry will be the opening act for Justin Bieber’s upcoming shows in Manchester.
The five-man R&B and pop band was formed in Liverpool in 2010 and released their first debut EP ‘The Show’ in April 2015.
Having come a long way from the MBC Awards with TNT, the group is supporting Justin Bieber on his UK tour and has confirmed its own shows for February 2017.
Justin Bieber, one of the biggest pop stars of the decade, is heading up north for three shows.
The 20-year-old Canadian singer will perform in Manchester Arena on 20, 21 and 23 October as part of his Purpose World Tour.
The tour started with two shows in Birmingham earlier this week, where he appeared to be calling the crowd ‘obnoxious’ before he told his fans to stop screaming.
The ‘Sorry’ hitmaker was spotted in Liverpool early on Thursday 20 October after an eight hour recording session.
After Manchester, the tour will go back to Birmingham and then Sheffield, Glasgow, London and Dublin, before it continues in other European cities, Florida and Australia.