JLS Tour

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JLS Arena Tour
United Kingdom & Ireland tour by JLS
Associated album JLS
Start date 29 January 2010
End date 7 July 2011
Legs 4
Shows 84
JLS concert chronology
JLS Tour
(2010-11)
4th Dimensions Tour
(2012)

The second leg of JLS's first headline tour of the UK and Ireland is an arena tour, stopping at major arenas across England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The tour was announced in November 2009.[1] This tour will start with seven summer shows before heading to the arenas in December 2010. They will also support Westlife when they play Dublin's Croke Park in June 2010.[2] The tour was extended into 2011 due to the demand for tickets for the shows.[3]

Setlist[edit]

Support acts[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe (First Leg)
29 January 2010 Margate England Winter Gardens
30 January 2010
1 February 2010 Ipswich Regent Theatre
2 February 2010 Nottingham Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
3 February 2010 Newcastle Newcastle City Hall
5 February 2010 Birmingham LG Arena
6 February 2010 Manchester Manchester Apollo
7 February 2010 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
9 February 2010 Brighton The Brighton Centre
10 February 2010 Bournemouth Bournemouth International Centre
12 February 2010 Brentwood Brentwood Leisure Centre
13 February 2010 London Hammersmith Apollo
14 February 2010 Liverpool Liverpool Empire Theatre
17 February 2010 Plymouth Plymouth Pavilions
18 February 2010 Bristol Colston Hall
19 February 2010 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
21 February 2010 Glasgow Scotland Clyde Auditorium
22 February 2010 Manchester England Manchester Apollo
23 February 2010 Blackpool Blackpool Winter Gardens
25 February 2010 London Hammersmith Apollo
27 February 2010 Dublin Ireland The O2
28 February 2010 Belfast Northern Ireland Waterfront Hall
1 March 2010
2 March 2010
4 March 2010 London England Hammersmith Apollo
North America
6 August 2010 Los Angeles United States Six Flags Magic Mountain
9 August 2010 St. Louis Six Flags St. Louis
10 August 2010 Chicago Six Flags Great America
12 August 2010 Springfield Six Flags New England
13 August 2010 Jackson Six Flags Great Adventure
15 August 2010 Baltimore Six Flags America
18 August 2010 San Antonio Six Flags Fiesta Texas
19 August 2010 Arlington Six Flags Over Texas
21 August 2010 Atlanta Six Flags Over Georgia
Europe (Second Leg)
29 November 2010 Aberdeen Scotland Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
30 November 2010 Glasgow Braehead Arena
2 December 2010 Liverpool England Echo Arena
3 December 2010
4 December 2010 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
6 December 2010 Bournemouth England Bournemouth International Centre
7 December 2010 Birmingham LG Arena
9 December 2010 London O2 Arena
10 December 2010
11 December 2010 Nottingham Trent FM Arena
13 December 2010 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
14 December 2010 Aberdeen Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
16 December 2010 Manchester England Manchester Evening News Arena
17 December 2010 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
18 December 2010 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
20 December 2010 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
21 December 2010 Birmingham LG Arena
22 December 2010 London Wembley Arena
23 December 2010
3 January 2011 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
4 January 2011 Nottingham England Trent FM Arena
5 January 2011 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
7 January 2011 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
8 January 2011
9 January 2011 Dublin Ireland The O2
10 January 2011
12 January 2011 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
13 January 2011
15 January 2011 London England O2 Arena
16 January 2011
18 January 2011 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
19 January 2011 Birmingham England LG Arena
20 January 2011 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
22 January 2011 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
23 January 2011 Nottingham Trent FM Arena
24 January 2011 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
26 January 2011 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
28 January 2011 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
29 January 2011 Liverpool Echo Arena
Europe (Third Leg)[4][5][6]
10 June 2011 Hull England KC Stadium
11 June 2011 Norwich Carrow Road
12 June 2011 London Wembley Stadium
12 June 2011 Swansea Wales Liberty Stadium
17 June 2011 Winchester England Matterly Bowl
18 June 2011 Swindon Lydiard Park
19 June 2011 Alton Alton Towers
25 June 2011 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
26 June 2011 Limerick Ireland Thomond Park
7 July 2011 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
9 July 2011 Chelmsford England Hylands Park
10 July 2011
Notes

Box Office Score Date[edit]

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
O2 Arena London 58,654 / 62,228 (94%) $2,949,480
The O2 Dublin 17,462 / 17,462 (100%) $797,581
Evening News Arena Manchester 42,552 / 43,483 (98%) $2,042,300

DVD[edit]

A DVD of the early theatre tour was released on the 6 December 2010. The DVD is titled Only Tonight: Live From London[7]

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