An seventh act will join the currently confirmed seven contestants on The X Factor live tour next year (2018).
The X Factor 2017’s super six acts who made it as far as semi-finals will star in The X Factor Live Tour 2018, it was previously confirmed.
A seventh wildcard act will then be decided via an online vote from all the acts to feature in this year’s live shows.
The top six artists confirmed to go on the tour are: Rak-Su, Grace Davies, Kevin Davy White, Lloyd Macey, The Cutkelvins and Matt Linnen.
Winners Rak-Su are the first ever X Factor act to have had two No.3 singles on iTunes whilst being on the show, riding high in the charts with I’m Feeling You, Mona Lisa and Dimelo, their winner’s single.
Grace Davies won the Prize Fight in Week 1 with her stunning and emotional performance of her original song, Too Young. The track also became the first song of this series to top the UK iTunes chart.
Kevin Davy White won the weekend vote in Week 2 with his incredible vocal and electric guitar for his rendition of Santana’s Smooth.
Lloyd Macey topped the weekend vote in Week 3 with his moving rendition of George Michael’s A Different Corner. As a result, he won the right to open for chart-topping superstars Little Mix on their arena tour in Manchester.
Also joining the line-up are The Cutkelvins, who’s electrifying original song Saved Me From Myself was one of the stand out performances across Week 4, as well as Matt Linnen, who has been impressing the judges and audience with his raw and original takes on hits, including Alicia Key’s Falling.
You can vote for who you want to join the X Factor tour by CLICKING HERE.
You can also have your say in our own unofficial website poll below…
X Factor 2018 tour dates
Friday 16 February – The SSE Arena, Belfast
Monday 19 February – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Tuesday 20 February – Manchester Arena
Thursday 22 February – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
Friday 23 February – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Saturday 24 February – SSE Arena Wembley, London
Sunday 25 February – Genting Arena, Birmingham
Tuesday 27 February – Bournemouth International Centre
Wednesday 28 February – Echo Arena, Liverpool
Thursday 1 March – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Friday 2 March – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield
Saturday 3 March – First Direct Arena, Leeds
Sunday 4 March – Brighton Centre
Tickets are on sale right now from TicketMaster.
The X Factor live final takes place next Saturday and Sunday night on ITV.