List of Westlife concert tours

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The following is a comprehensive list of boy band Westlife concert tours.

Year Title Duration Number of shows Notes
2000 East Meets Westlife Tour Unknown (Asia) Unknown The East Meets Westlife Tour was the debut tour by the band. It promoted the band's second studio album, Coast to Coast. Details of the tour are scarce and unknown. The trek primarily toured Asia during the summer of 2000.
2001 Where Dreams Come True Tour 9 February 2001 - 11 May 2001; 8 June 2001 - 9 June 2001 (Europe)
14 May 2001 - 16 May 2001; 22 May 2001 - 6 June 2001 (Asia)
18 May 2001 - 20 May 2001 (Africa)
81 Their second tour, Where Dreams Come True Tour, was the band's first worldwide tour. They performed concerts in Europe, Asia and Africa. The tour was alternatively called the "No Stool Tour" to reflect the band's reputation of performing on stools. Concert footage was released on a video entitled, Where Dreams Come True. The concert was filmed in Dublin.
2002 World of Our Own Tour 1 April 2002 - 28 June 2002 (Europe) 62 For their third tour, the World Of Our Own Tour, the group promoted their third studio album, World of Our Own. The tour only reached Europe, with a majority of the dates in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
2003 Unbreakable Tour 13 April 2003 - 25 July 2003 (Europe)
25 October 2003 (Asia)
71 The Unbreakable Tour was the band's fourth concert tour and first greatest hits tour. It was commonly referred to as "The Greatest Hits Tour". It supported the compilation album, Unbreakable: The Greatest Hits Volume 1. The imagery for the tour was inspired by Andy Warhol and the Las Vegas revues. A DVD of the tour was released entitled, The Greatest Hit Tour: Live rom M.E.N. Arena.
2004 Turnaround Tour 29 March 2004 - 2 August 2004 (Europe) 63 Their fifth tour, the Turnaround Tour, began in March 2004. Supporting their fourth studio album, Turnaround, the band primarily toured Europe. The concert at the Stockholm Globe Arena was filmed for a DVD release titled, The Turnaround Tour: Live From The Globe Stockholm. It is the first tour the group performed as a quartet.
2005 No. 1's Tour 1 February 2005 - 2 April 2005; 25 April 2005 - 17 May 2005 (Europe)
5 April 2005 - 10 April 2005 (Africa)
13 April 2005 - 14 April 2005 (Asia)
50 For their second greatest hits tour, the No. 1's Tour, the band played arenas in Europe, Africa and Asia. It marks the band's first international appearances since 2001. The show at the Hallam FM Arena was filmed for a video release.
2006 Face to Face Tour 3 April 2006 - 20 May 2006; 30 June 2006 - 27 August 2006 (Europe)
26 June 2006; 4 September 2006 - 12 September 2006 (Asia)
17 September 2006 - 23 September 2006 (Australia)
65 The Face to Face Tour served as the band's fifth concert tour. It supported the album, Face to Face. The concert at the Wemnbly Arena in London, was filmed for a DVD release.
2007 The Love Tour 21 February 2007 - 28 February 2007 (Australia)
3 March 2007 - 9 March 2007 (Africa)
12 March 2007 - 3 May 2007 (Europe)
48 To support their seventh studio album, The Love Album, the group embarked on their seventh concert tour, The Love Tour.
2008 Back Home Tour 25 February 2008 - 29 March 2008; 16 May 2008 - 29 June 2008 (Europe)
7 May 2008 - 13 May 2008 (Australasia)
45 With their 2007 album, Back Home, the group promoted it with the tour of the same name. The tour serves as he group's only concert appearances in New Zealand. It also their first concert DVD since 2006. Their record-breaking stadium show at Croke Park was filmed for a DVD release. It celebrated their tenth anniversary in the industry.
2010 Where We Are Tour 2 May 2010 - 28 August 2010 (Europe) 36 Taking their first significant break in touring, the band started their tenth concert tour in 2010, called the Where We Are Tour. Supporting their ninth studio album, Where We Are, the band performed in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The concert in London was filmed for DVD, Where We Are Tour: Live from The O2.
2011 Gravity Tour 7 March 2011 - 10 April 2011; 10 June 2011 - 10 September 2011 (Europe)
13 April 2011 - 14 April 2011; 21 September 2011 - 10 October 2011 (Asia)
16 September 2011 - 17 September 2011 (Africa)
46 One of the biggest tours of 2011, the group commenced their Gravity Tour in March 2011. Supporting the album of the same name, Gravity, the tour marked the band's first appearances in Asia since 2006.
2012 Greatest Hits Tour 22 February 2012 - 3 March 2012 (China)
14 May 2012 - 23 June 2012 (Europe)
41 The group's third greatest hits tour (and twelfth overall concert tour) begins in May 2012. It will serve as the band's final tour.

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