List of Jedward concert tours

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The following is a comprehensive listing of the series of concert tours undertook by Irish pop duo Jedward.

Planet Jedward Tour[edit]

Planet Jedward Tour
Planetjedwardtour.png
Tour by Jedward
Associated album Planet Jedward
Start date 6 April 2010 (2010-04-06)
End date 30 November 2010 (2010-11-30)
Legs 2
Shows 64 in Europe
Jedward concert chronology
The X Factor Live
(2010)
Planet Jedward Tour
(2010)
Bad Behaviour Tour
(2011)


The Planet Jedward Tour was the duo's first national solo tour. It began in Castlebar, Ireland, on April 6, 2010. The Irish leg of the tour featured Ghetto Fabulous as the opening act. In November 2010, the duo did a second leg of the concert, in venues all across the UK. The British leg of the tour featured Shockolady as the opening act. he Irish Independent rated the tour positively, saying that "Jedwardmania is right up there with Beatlemania."[1]

Setlist[edit]

The following songs were performed during the 25 April 2010 concert at Vicar Street in Dublin, Ireland. It does not represent all concerts during the tour.

  1. "I Gotta Feeling"
  2. "Rock DJ"
  3. "Oops!... I Did It Again"
  4. "SOS"
  5. "Break My Stride"
  6. "We Will Rock You"
  7. "Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)"
  8. "Shake It"
  9. "I'm Your Man"
  10. "Jump"
  11. "Pop Muzik"
  12. "I Want Candy"
  13. "Jump Around"
  14. "All the Small Things"
  15. "Bye, Bye, Baby (Baby Goodbye)"

Encore

  1. "Ghostbusters"
  2. "Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)" (Reprise)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe[2][3]
6 April 2010 Castlebar Ireland Royal Theatre & Events Centre
7 April 2010 Galway Leisureland
8 April 2010 Limerick University Concert Hall
9 April 2010 Dublin Mahony Hall
10 April 2010 Derry Northern Ireland Millennium Forum
11 April 2010 Belfast Waterfront Hall
12 April 2010 Dungannon Dungannon Leisure Centre
13 April 2010 Omagh Omagh Leisure Centre
14 April 2010 Waterford Ireland Forum Waterford
15 April 2010 Killarney INEC Killarney
16 April 2010 Cork Cork City Hall
17 April 2010
18 April 2010 Dublin Vicar Street
19 April 2010
21 April 2010 Limerick University Concert Hall
22 April 2010 Galway Leisureland
23 April 2010 Castlebar Royal Theatre & Events Centre
24 April 2010 Dublin National Stadium
25 April 2010 Vicar Street
26 April 2010 Belfast Northern Ireland Waterfront Hall
28 April 2010 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
29 April 2010 The Helix
30 April 2010 Limerick University Concert Hall
1 May 2010 Galway Leisureland
4 August 2010 Dublin Vicar Street
5 August 2010
6 August 2010 Drogheda TLT Concert Hall & Theatre
7 August 2010
8 August 2010 Dublin Grand Canal Theatre
9 August 2010 Kilkenny The Hub at Cillin Hill
10 August 2010 Limerick University Concert Hall
11 August 2010 Cork Cork City Hall
13 August 2010 Killarney INEC Killarney
14 August 2010
16 August 2010 Galway Leisureland
18 August 2010 Castlebar Royal Theatre & Events Centre
19 August 2010
20 August 2010 Letterkenny Aura Leisure Centre
21 August 2010 Derry Northern Ireland Millennium Forum
22 August 2010 Belfast Waterfront Hall
25 October 2010 Killarney Ireland INEC Killarney
26 October 2010 Castlebar Royal Theatre & Events Centre
7 November 2010 Edinburgh Scotland Queen's Hall
8 November 2010 Glasgow Pavilion Theatre
9 November 2010 Aberdeen Music Hall Aberdeen
11 November 2010 Newcastle England Newcastle City Hall
12 November 2010 Dundee Scotland Caird Hall
13 November 2010 Hull England Hull City Hall
14 November 2010 Kilmarnock Scotland Grand Hall
15 November 2010 York England Grand Opera House
16 November 2010 Glasgow Scotland Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
17 November 2010 Margate England Winter Gardens Main Hall
18 November 2010 Aylesbury Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
20 November 2010 Manchester Bridgewater Hall
21 November 2010 Bradford St George's Hall
22 November 2010 Derby Assembly Rooms Great Hall
23 November 2010 Westcliff-on-Sea Cliffs Pavilion
24 November 2010 Cambridge Cambridge Corn Exchange
25 November 2010 Southampton Southampton Guildhall
26 November 2010 Bristol Colston Hall
27 November 2010 Birmingham Symphony Hall
28 November 2010 Llandudno Wales Venue Cymru Theatre Auditorium
29 November 2010 London England IndigO2
30 November 2010 Ipswich Regent Theatre

Box Office Revenue[edit]

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Caird Hall Dundee 1,655 / 1,655 (100%) $50,433
Symphony Hall Birmingham 1,420 / 1,580 (90%) $42,617
Cliff Pavilion Westcliff-on-Sea 1,297 / 1,460 (89%) $41,537
Venue Cymru Theatre Auditorium Llandudno 1,342 / 1,400 (96%) $38,260
Bridgewater Hall Manchester 1,221 / 1,365 (89%) $38,022
Newcastle City Hall Newcastle 1,287 / 1,620 (79%) $37,492
IndigO2 London 1,270 / 1,600 (79%) $36,260
Colston Hall Bristol 997 / 1,500 (66%) $29,857
Music Hall Aberdeen Aberdeen 948 / 988 (96%) $29,639
Grand Hall Kilmarnock 910 / 910 (100%) $29,071
Royal Concert Hall Glasgow 922 / 1,200 (77%) $28,204
Grand Opera House York 798 / 880 (91%) $26,931
Southampton Guildhall Southampton 820 / 1,150 (71%) $24,342
St. George's Hall Bradford 729 / 1,245 (59%) $21,400
Regent Theatre Ipswich 950 / 1,100 (86%) $20,800
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Aylesbury 869 / 869 (100%) $17,332
Winter Gardens Main Hall Margate 602 / 900 (67%) $16,805
Hull City Hall Hull 660 / 900 (73%) $12,447

Bad Behaviour Tour[edit]

Bad Behaviour Tour
The Bad Behaviour Tour (Jedward) poster.jpg
Tour by Jedward
Associated album Planet Jedward
Start date 7 April 2011 (2011-04-07)
End date 30 July 2011 (2011-07-30)
Legs 2
Shows 23 in Europe
Jedward concert chronology
Planet Jedward Tour
(2010)
Bad Behaviour Tour
(2011)
Carnival Tour
(2011)


The Bad Behaviour Tour is the duo's second national tour. The tour began in April 2011, with dates across Ireland. The second leg of the tour, which featured dates across the UK, began in June 2011. The tour was reworked with a circus theme to become the "Carnival Tour" for the second half of 2011 and early 2012.

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Bad Behaviour"
  2. "Born This Way"
  3. "In Too Deep"
  4. "All the Small Things"
  5. "I Want It That Way"
  6. "I Want You Back" / "ABC" / "I'll Be There"
  7. "Burnin' Up"
  8. "Distortion"
  9. "Ghostbusters"
  10. "Lipstick"
  11. "Baby One More Time"
  12. "Hold It Against Me"
  13. "Firework"
  14. "Bad"
  15. "Rock DJ"
  16. "We R Who We R"
  17. "Dirty Little Secrets"
  18. "They Don't Care About Us"
  19. "Year 3000"
  20. "Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe
7 April 2011 Cork Ireland Cork Opera House
8 April 2011
9 April 2011 Kilkenny The Hub at Cillin Hill
10 April 2011 Drogheda TLT Concert Hall & Theatre
16 April 2011 Waterford Forum Waterford
17 April 2011 Dublin Grand Canal Theatre
18 April 2011 Tallaght Victory Conference Centre
19 April 2011 Limerick University Concert Hall
22 April 2011 Killarney INEC Killarney
23 April 2011 Dublin Olympia Theatre
24 April 2011
25 April 2011 Derry Northern Ireland Millennium Forum
27 April 2011 Castlebar Ireland Royal Theatre & Event Centre
25 June 2011 Longford Longford Arms Hotel Ballroom
26 June 2011[A] Enniscorthy The Promenade
1 July 2011[B] Haigh England Haigh Hall
2 July 2011[C] Cork Ireland The Docklands
3 July 2011[C]
17 July 2011[D] Arklow Bridgewater Centre Park
22 July 2011[F] Grange de Lings England Lincolnshire Events Centre
23 July 2011[E] New Ross Ireland The Grounds at Southknock
24 July 2011[G] Hopton-on-Sea Scotland Atlas Theatre
30 July 2011[H] Glasgow Scotland Glasgow Green
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A County Wexford Strawberry Festival[4]
B Haigh Hall Live[5]
C Live at the Marquee[6]
D Arklow Seabreeze Festival[7]
E JFK Dunbrody Festival[8]
F Midsummer Magic[9]
G Weekend Summer Showbreak[10]
H Glasgow Show[11]
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
21 April 2011 Longford, Ireland Longford Arms Hotel Ballroom Rescheduled to 25 June 2011[12]
26 April 2011 Belfast, Northern Ireland Waterfront Hall Cancelled[13]

Carnival Tour[edit]

Carnival Tour
Tour by Jedward
Associated album Victory
Start date 31 July 2011 (2011-07-31)
End date 6 December 2011 (2011-12-06)
Legs 3
Shows 33 in Europe
Jedward concert chronology
Bad Behaviour Tour
(2011)
Carnival Tour
(2011)
Victory Tour
(2012)

The Carnival Tour is the third concert tour by Irish pop group, Jedward. The tour is essentially a re-working of their Spring 2011 tour.[14] The first leg saw the duo return to Ireland, followed by a European tour after their appearance in Celebrity Big Brother 8.[15] The third leg saw a tour of the UK and Ireland. Although not part of the tour, Jedward also took part in the Christmas panto, Jedward and the Beanstalk at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin between December 21 and January 8, 2012.[16]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Circus" / "Funhouse"
  2. "Yeah 3x"
  3. "Wow Oh Wow"
  4. "All the Small Things"
  5. "Everyday Superstar"
  6. "Saturday Night"
  7. "As Long as You Love Me"
  8. "Your Biggest Fan"
  9. "Distortion"
  10. "Ghostbusters"
  11. Medley: "Hot Hot Hot" / "Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom" / "Who Let the Dogs Out?" / "Macarena" / "We Like to Party" / "On the Floor"
  12. "Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)"
  13. "Celebrity"
  14. "Techno Girl"
  15. "Pop Rocket"
  16. "Firework"
  17. "My Miss America"
  18. "Who's That Chick?"
  19. "Hold the World"
  20. "Bad Behaviour"
  21. "Lipstick"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe[17][18]
31 July 2011 Dublin Ireland Grand Canal Theatre
1 August 2011
3 August 2011 Letterkenny Aura Leisure Centre
4 August 2011 Castlebar Royal Theatre & Event Centre
7 August 2011 Wexford Wexford Opera House
8 August 2011 Limerick University Concert Hall
11 August 2011 Drogheda TLT Concert Hall & Theatre
12 August 2011
13 August 2011 Newbridge[A] Curragh Racecourse
Killarney INEC Killarney
14 August 2011[B] Ballybunion The Big Top at Castle Greens
15 August 2011 Belfast Northern Ireland Waterfront Hall
17 September 2011 Stockholm Sweden Fryshuset
18 September 2011 Hamburg Germany Große Freiheit 36
20 September 2011 Frankfurt Batschkapp
21 September 2011 Munich TonHalle München
23 September 2011 Berlin FritzClub im Postbahnhof
24 September 2011 Cologne Gloria-Theater
25 September 2011 Bochum Zeche Bochum
9 October 2011[C] Waterford Ireland Waterford City Centre
16 October 2011[D] Cavan Mullagh Sports Grounds
22 October 2011 Bundoran Great Northern Hotel Conference Centre
29 October 2011 Newry Northern Ireland Páirc Esler
10 November 2011 Castlebar Ireland Royal Theatre & Event Centre
11 November 2011 Killarney INEC Killarney
13 November 2011 Mullingar Mullingar Park Hotel Lir Suite
20 November 2011[E] Tallaght National Basketball Arena
30 November 2011 Newcastle England Newcastle City Hall
1 December 2011 Glasgow Scotland Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
2 December 2011 Blackpool England Opera House Theatre
4 December 2011 Birmingham Symphony Hall
5 December 2011 Cardiff Wales St David's Hall
6 December 2011 London England HMV Hammersmith Apollo
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A iPicnic Family Fun Day[19]
B Atlantic Sessions[20]
C Poptober[21]
D Hooley in the Park[22]
E Tallaght Family Day
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
18 August 2011 Castlebar, Ireland Royal Theatre & Event Centre Rescheduled to 4 August 2011[23]

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets sold/available Gross revenue
Newcastle City Hall Newcastle 1,232 / 1,450 (85%) $37,941[24]
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Glasgow 1,650 / 1,650 (100%) $58,075[24]
Opera House Theatre Blackpool 1,572 / 1,600 (98%) $55,175[24]
Symphony Hall Birmingham 1,398 / 1,580 (88%) $48,015[24]
St David's Hall Cardiff 1,012 / 1,200 (84%) $34,034[24]
HMV Hammersmith Apollo London 1,534 / 1,640 (93%) $54,205[24]
TOTAL 8,398 / 9,120 (92%) $287,445

Victory Tour[edit]

Victory Tour
Tour by Jedward
Associated album Victory
Start date January 13, 2012 (2012-01-13)
End date July 7, 2012 (2012-07-07)
Legs 4
Shows 31 in Europe
Jedward concert chronology
Victory Tour
(2012)
Young Love Tour
(2012)

The Victory Tour was themed around the second Jedward album, Victory. It was the duo's second tour of Germany and Sweden, but their first time in Austria, Finland and Estonia. The second leg saw John and Edward do another tour of Ireland, while the third and final leg was the first time audiences saw the duo perform their Eurovision 2012 song "Waterline" live.

Setlist[edit]

The following songs were performed on 15 January 2012 at the Arena Wien in Vienna, Austria. It does not represent all concerts during the tour.[25]

  1. "Party Rock Anthem"
  2. "Wow Oh Wow"
  3. "All the Small Things" / "Teenage Kicks"
  4. "Go Getter"
  5. "Everyday Superstar"
  6. "My Miss America"
  7. "When You Look Me in the Eyes"
  8. "Techno Girl"
  9. "Distortion"
  10. "Ghostbusters"
  11. "Bad Behaviour"
  12. "We Found Love"
  13. "Celebrity"
  14. "Saturday Night"
  15. "I Wanna Go"
  16. "Yeah 3x"
  17. "Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)"
  18. "Run the World (Girls)" / "Your Biggest Fan"
  19. "Hold the World"
  20. "Lipstick"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe[26][27][28]
13 January 2012 Armagh Northern Ireland Armagh City Hotel Fisher Suite
15 January 2012 Vienna Austria Arena Wien
17 January 2012 Osnabrück Germany Rosenhof
18 January 2012 Hamburg Große Freiheit 36
19 January 2012 Berlin Huxleys Neue Welt
21 January 2012 Offenbach am Main Capitol
22 January 2012 Düsseldorf Stahlwerk
24 January 2012 Gothenburg Sweden Brewhouse
25 January 2012 Linköping Arenabolaget Garden
27 January 2012 Örebro Club 700
28 January 2012 Helsinki Finland Nosturi
29 January 2012 Tallinn Estonia Rock Cafe
11 February 2012 Ennis Ireland Conference Rooms at Treacys West County
12 February 2012 Dublin Grand Canal Theatre
13 February 2012 Bundoran Great Northern Hotel Conference Centre
14 February 2012 Castlebar Royal Theatre & Event Centre
15 February 2012 Killarney INEC Killarney
16 February 2012 Mullingar Mullingar Park Hotel Lir Suite
18 February 2012 Kilkenny The Hub at Cillin Hill
10 April 2012 Castlebar Royal Theatre & Event Centre
11 April 2012 Killarney INEC Killarney
29 April 2012 Carlow Dome Family Entertainment Centre
6 May 2012 Arklow Bridgewater Centre Park
3 June 2012[A] Tramore Tramore Racecourse
10 June 2012[B] Dundalk Dundalk Market Square
24 June 2012[C] Cork The Docklands
30 June 2012[C]
1 July 2012[D] Dungarvan Fraher Field
5 July 2012 Letterkenny Mount Errigal Hotel Glenveagh Suite
7 July 2012[E] Dortmund Germany Westfalenhalle 3A
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A Pop Picnic[29]
B Family Fun Day Out[30]
C Live at the Marquee[31]
D The Rhythm Fest[32]
E Dortmunder Music Week[33]
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
7 July 2012 Dortmund, Germany Signal Iduna Park Moved to the Westfalenhalle 3A

Young Love Tour[edit]

Young Love Tour
Tour by Jedward
Associated album Young Love
Start date 2 August 2012 (2012-08-02)
End date 1 December 2013 (2013-12-01)
Legs 4
Shows 22 in Europe
3 in Australia
25 Total
Jedward concert chronology
Victory Tour
(2012)
Young Love Tour
(2012-13)

On 25 May, a day before Jedward performed at the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan, the duo announced dates for "The Young Love Tour" across Ireland starting in Killarney and ending in Limerick on 24 August.

Setlist[edit]

The following songs were performed during the 27 October 2013 concert at INEC Killarney in Killarney, Ireland. It does not represent all songs performed on tour.

  1. "Ghostbusters"
  2. "A Girl Like You"
  3. "I Love It" / "Pumped Up Kicks"
  4. "Luminous"
  5. "Give It Up"
  6. "Happens in the Dark"
  7. "What's Your Number?"
  8. "Hall of Fame"
  9. "Waterline"
  10. "Boyfriend" / "Little Things" / "Hey There Delilah"
  11. "Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)"
  12. "Techno Girl"
  13. "Suit & Tie"
  14. "My Miss America"
  15. "P.O.V."
  16. "Chasing Cars"
  17. "Fix You"
  18. "Lipstick"
  19. "All the Small Things"
  20. "Cool Heroes"
  21. "School's Out"
  22. "Feel So Close"
  23. "Young Love"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe[34][35][36][37]
2 August 2012[A] Stockholm Sweden Tantolunden
7 August 2012 Killarney Ireland INEC Killarney
10 August 2012 Castlebar Royal Theatre & Event Centre
12 August 2012[B] Newcastle Peamount Healthcare Campus
13 August 2012 Dublin Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
14 August 2012 Wexford Wexford Opera House
15 August 2012 Drogheda TLT Concert Hall & Theatre
16 August 2012 Mullingar Mullingar Park Hotel Lir Suite
17 August 2012[C] Tralee Denny Street
22 August 2012 Derry Northern Ireland Millennium Forum
24 August 2012 Limerick Ireland University Concert Hall
26 August 2012[D] Galway Victoria Place
16 February 2013 Killarney INEC Killarney
26 July 2013 Cork Neptune Stadium
27 July 2013 Limerick UL Sports Arena
24 September 2013 Lowestoft England Marina Theatre
25 September 2013 Leicester De Montfort Hall
27 September 2013 Chatham Chatham Central Theatre
28 September 2013 Selsey Bunn Leisure West Sands
29 September 2013 Fareham Ferneham Hall
30 September 2013 Cardiff Wales St David's Hall
27 October 2013 Killarney Ireland INEC Killarney
Australia[38]
23 November 2013 Perth Australia Regal Theatre
30 November 2013 Melbourne Palais Theatre
1 December 2013 Sydney Enmore Theatre

Concerts 2014[edit]

On 20 April 2014 the duo gave 1 concert in Dublin Olympia Theatre, where they presented for the first time their self-written new song "Free Spirit"

(uncomplete) Setlist (in random order)

  1. "Free Spirit"
  2. "What it feels like"
  3. "Young Love"
  4. "We found love in a hopeless place"
  5. "Pop Rocket"
  6. "Luminous"
  7. "Waterline"
  8. "Can´t forget you"
  9. "Cool Heroes"
  10. "Hold the world"
  11. "Get up and dance"
  12. "Feels so close"
  13. "Give it up"
  14. "Everyday Superstar"
  15. "P.O.V."
  16. "Happens in the dark"
  17. "Bad Behaviour"
  18. "Your biggest Fan"
  19. "Distortion"
  20. "Lipstick"
  21. "WOW OH WOW"
  22. "All the small things"
  23. "What´s your number"
  24. "I love it(I don´t care"
  25. "Girl like you"
  26. "Under Pressure"


Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A Schlagerpopkvällen[39]
B Peamount Pulse Festival
C Rose of Tralee Street Carnival[40]
D Summer Pop[41]

A Night for Christy(Aslan) Benefit Concert in Dublin

Guilfest (UK)

Cancellations and rescheduled shows
25 August 2012 Carlow, Ireland Dr. Cullen Park Cancelled. Concert was a part of Summer Beat Bash Family Funday.
15 February 2013 Dortmund, Germany Goldsaal Cancelled

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