Little Mix take to the stage at the Royal Highland Centre

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Jesy Nelson
Little Mix in concert at Annexet, Stockholm, Sweden - 06 Jun 2017
Mandatory Credit: Photo by IBL/REX/Shutterstock (8859457p) Jesy Nelson Little Mix in concert at Annexet, Stockholm, Sweden - 06 Jun 2017
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Little Mix came on with a bang, loud siren sounds rang out and the stage lights flashed in time with the beat.

The pop idols had well and truly arrived in Edinburgh on Friday night, owning the stage at the Royal Highland Centre as part of their Glory Days tour.

Thousands queued outside at Ingliston. Pic: Scott Louden

Thousands queued outside at Ingliston. Pic: Scott Louden

The chart toppers opened with Power, clad in formula one pit-stop inspired costumes, sending the thousands of fans who had queued outside the showground for hours beforehand into a frenzy.

Perrie Edwards told her adoring Edinburgh followers that they had the “cutest accent I’ve ever heard” before asking them to sing the chorus to the band’s hit Salute so she could hear them loud and clear.

The crowd had been well warmed up by Ella Eyre who performed her biggest hits, Ego and Waiting All Night to get them in the party mood.

The audience was essentially a sea of young girls, accompanied by their parents, who generated a great festival feel with many a welly boot and rain coat in sight.

Adoring Little Mix fans. Pic: Scott Louden

Adoring Little Mix fans. Pic: Scott Louden

“Is it chilly or are you quite warm?” called out Edwards once more, before she joined her bandmates to sing Mama Said.

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Kayla Chalmers (5), Kelsey (7), and Lilly-Rose (5), from Dundee, ahead of the show. Pic: Scott Louden

Kayla Chalmers (5), Kelsey (7), and Lilly-Rose (5), from Dundee, ahead of the show. Pic: Scott Louden

Leigh Tansey and Erica Wilson, with their daughters Ruby Tansey (8) and Daisy Wilson (8), mingled with police outside the venue. Pic: Scott Louden

Leigh Tansey and Erica Wilson, with their daughters Ruby Tansey (8) and Daisy Wilson (8), mingled with police outside the venue. Pic: Scott Louden