McFly World Domination Tour

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McFly World Domination Tour
Tour by McFly
Start date 7 March 2015
End date 21 April 2015
Legs 1
Shows 30
McFly concert chronology
McBusted Tour
(2014)
McFly World Domination Tour
(2015)

The "McFly World Domination Tour" is the third theatre tour undertaken by British pop-rock band McFly. The tour will start on 7 March 2015 and is due to conclude on 21 April.

Nothing has been confirmed and this is presumed to be a hoax.

Setlist[edit]

1.Love is on the radio
2.Star Girl
3.Transylvania
4.Five Colours In Her Hair
5.Falling In Love
6.Room On The 3rd Floor
7.Obviously
8.Corrupted
9.Nowhere Left To Run
10.Lies
11.I'll Be OK
12.Bubblewrap
13.Smile
14.Shine A Light
15.One For The Radio
16.Memory Lane
A. "Livin' on a Prayer"
B. "We Found Love"
C. "What Makes You Beautiful"
D. "Year 3000"
E. "Somebody That I Used To Know"
F. "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)"

Encore

17. Love Is Easy
18. All About You
19. The Heart Never Lies

Tour Dates[edit]

Date City Venue
March 7 Portsmouth Portsmouth Guildhall
March 9 Sheffield City Hall
March 10 Manchester 02 Manchester Apollo
March 11 Oxford New Theatre
March 13 Margate Winter Gardens
March 14 Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
March 16 Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
March 17 Leeds 02 Academy Leeds
March 18 Stoke Hanley Victoria Hall
March 21 Southampton Southampton Guildhall
March 22 Swindon Swindon Oasis
March 24 Plymouth Plymouth Pavilions
March 25 Torquay Torquay Riviera
March 26 Bristol Colston Hall
March 28 Ipswich Regent Theatre
March 30 Birmingham 02 Academy Birmingham
April 1 Lincoln Engine Shed
April 3 Norwich Norwich UEA
April 4 Southend Southend Cliffs Pavilion
April 6 Reading Hexagon Theatre
April 7 London HMV Hammersmith Apollo
April 10 Cambridge Cambridge Corn Exchange
April 11 Preston Preston Guild Hall
April 13 Glasgow SECC Clyde Auditorium
April 14 Newcastle 02 Academy Newcastle
April 15 Leicester De Montfort Hall
April 17 York York Barbican
April 19 Birmingham 02 Academy Birmingham
April 20 London HMV Hammersmith Apollo
April 21 Manchester 02 Apollo Manchester

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