The US tour was their first ever headling tour. The tour was in support of their first album The Secret Life of.... The tour began on 28 January 2006 and finished 3 March 2006. The supporting acts were October Fall and Jonas Brothers.
The Australian Tour was their first ever tour in Australia. The nine date tour commenced on 13 April 2006 in Newcastle and concluded on 24 April 2006. The supporting act was Elemeno P. All the shows were sell outs.
The Revolution Tour is The Veronicas second Australian tour and was announced in June, 2006. This tour marked one year since they released their first single, "4ever", in 2005. The tour commenced on 4 August and finished on 27 August 2006. Supporting acts were originally Avalon Drive and Ryan Cabrera but Cabrera dropped out of the tour due to his split from Veronicas twin Lisa.
On 2 December 2006 The Veronicas released a CD/DVD, entitled Exposed... The Secret Life of The Veronicas in Australia which featured live performances from The Revolution Tour and a DVD featuring parts of the sisters' live performances throughout 2005–2006, including footage that had previously not been seen, and their music videos. The album debuted at #6 on the ARIA DVD Charts accrediting platinum in its first week. The second week it rose to its peak of #3 and was accredited Double Platinum.
The Hook Me Up Tour is The Veronicas third national tour of Australia supporting their second album Hook Me Up. The tour went for 10 shows beginning on 30 November 2007 and finishing on 12 December 2007. The supporting acts for the tour were Dean Geyer and Calerway.
The sixteen date tour was their first to extend outside of Australia into New Zealand. The tour will begin on 13 February 2009 in Newcastle and conclude on 7 March 2009 in Dunedin, New Zealand. On 3 April 2009 they announced the show would continue with a US leg starting on 4 June 2009 and ending on 18 July 2009 and then continuing in Japan from 7 August to 9 August 2009. On 5 May 2009 it was announced that there would be two shows in Canada one on 27 June and the other on 15 July before they head to Japan. Was announced on 4 August 2009 that while on a promotional visit to the United Kingdom 3 dates of the tour would be played from 23–25 September 2009. A CD/DVD version of the tour was released on 1 September 2009 in Australia. After the tour ended they made their first show in Latin America in the Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2009 in Bogota, Colombia.
The tour received mostly positive reviews commenting on the crowd atomosphere and their vocal abilities.
GenQ stated "...the girls were on stage for 1 ½ hours of entertainment in every sense of the word".
The Courier Mail gave a positive review saying "There was plenty of sass, not to mention skin-tight sequined pants, multiple costume changes and lashings of red lipstick, but the girls' big voices were the main attraction" as well as commenting on their performance of 'Heavily Broken' stating "Their emotion-laden ballad Heavily Broken, dedicated to the victims of Victoria's Bushfires, was the only thing that could draw silence from the crowd" and ended it with a comment on the shows family friendly nature saying "If the applause was any indicator, Saturday night's crowd - mums and dads included - were proud of their local girls done good".
Adelaide Now reviewed their performance at the Thebarton Theatre and commented on their stage pressence saying "With a string quartet brought in for some songs, back-up dancers for others, The Veronicas delivered a varied and energy filled set"
In June 2006 The Veronicas were an opening act (along with Ashley Parker Angel) for the Ashlee Simpson U.S. summer tour, but after the first few shows Lisa and Jess had to pull out after Lisa became ill with throat nodules and needed surgery.