Little Mix taking to the stage in Swansea. Picture: www.grahamjoyphoto.com Archant Police have warned people to avoid the area around Earlham Park tonight due the Little Mix concert. Thousands are set to descend on the city park as the world’s biggest girlband, consisting of Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, return to Norwich. Ahead of the gig, which starts from 5pm, Norfolk Constabulary warned drivers to avoid the area around the park. The force tweeted: “Going to the @LittleMix concert? Use local bus services or the pick-up and drop off facility located at UEA car park accessed off University Drive. “Expect nearby roads to be busy and avoid the area if possible.” MORE: Everything you need to know about the Little Mix gig at Earlham ParkFirst has confirmed a normal service will operate on the blue line, 25 and 26 routes, during the day but there will be extra relief buses on the route from 9.45pm to 11.30pm from Earlham Park main bus stop A to the city centre. A single fare of £2 per person will be offered to all passengers to the city centre. But extra park and ride buses, which were due to run from the Costessey park and ride site and County Hall to the show at Earlham Park, have been cancelled due to “logistical and safety reasons”.