Number Ones Tour (Westlife concert tour)

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Not to be confused with the 2011 concert tour Number Ones: Up Close and Personal by Janet Jackson.
No. 1's Tour
Poster Westlife No1s.jpg
Promotional poster for tour
Tour by Westlife
Start date 1 February 2005
End date 14 April 2005
Shows 39
Westlife concert chronology
Turnaround Tour
(2004)
No. 1's Tour
(2005)
Face to Face Tour
(2006)

The No. 1's Tour by the Irish pop group Westlife seen by 330,000 fans making £8,000,000 was originally called The Red Carpet Tour, but the name was later changed as confusion over the type of show became apparent. The Number Ones Tour took place after the Rat Pack album Allow Us to Be Frank.

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Uptown Girl"
  2. "Hey Whatever"
  3. "If I Let You Go"
  4. "Mandy"
  5. "Unbreakable"
  6. "My Love"
  7. "Swear It Again"
  8. "When You're Looking Like That"
  9. Medley:
    1. "Disco Inferno"
    2. "Oh, Pretty Woman"
    3. "I Feel Fine"
    4. "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough"
    5. "Footloose"
  10. "Ain't That a Kick in the Head?"
  11. "Smile"
  12. "Mack the Knife"
Encore
  1. "World of Our Own"
  2. "What Makes a Man"
  3. "Flying Without Wings"


Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe[1][2]
1 February 2005 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
2 February 2005
4 February 2005
8 February 2005 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
9 February 2005
11 February 2005
12 February 2005
13 February 2005
15 February 2005
16 February 2005
18 February 2005 Millstreet Millstreet Arena
19 February 2005
20 February 2005
22 February 2005 London England Wembley Arena Pavilion
23 February 2005
26 February 2005 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
27 February 2005
1 March 2005 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
2 March 2005
6 March 2005 Birmingham England NEC Arena
7 March 2005
8 March 2005 Brighton Brighton Centre
10 March 2005 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
11 March 2005 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
12 March 2005
14 March 2005 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
15 March 2005
18 March 2005 Sheffield England Hallam FM Arena
19 March 2005
21 March 2005 Brighton Brighton Centre
22 March 2005 Nottingham Nottingham Arena
23 March 2005
28 March 2005 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
29 March 2005 Horsens Denmark Forum Horsens Arena
30 March 2005 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
1 April 2005 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
2 April 2005 Halle in Westfalen Gerry Weber Stadion
Africa
5 April 2005 Durban South Africa Westridge Park Tennis Stadium
7 April 2005 Port Elizabeth Vodacom NMMU Indoor Sports Centre
8 April 2005 Cape Town Bellville Velodrome
10 April 2005 Johannesburg Coca-Cola Dome
Asia
13 April 2005 Manama Bahrain Ritz Carlton, Bahrain Hotel Garden
14 April 2005 Dubai United Arab Emirates Dubai Media City Amphitheatre
Europe[3]
25 April 2005 Nottingham England Nottingham Arena
3 May 2005 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
7 May 2005 Millstreet Ireland Millstreet Arena
8 May 2005
11 May 205 Dublin Point Theatre
14 May 2005
17 May 2005 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena


Personnel[edit]

MANAGEMENT: Louis Walsh Management Company
DIRECTOR: Brett Turnbull
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:
PRODUCER: Robin Wilson

SUPPORT ACT: ZOO

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Upcoming Events". Westlife Official Website. Simco Limited. Archived from the original on 24 October 2011. Retrieved 24 October 2011. 
  2. ^ Additional sources for dates in Europe:
  3. ^ "Upcoming Events". Westlife Official Website. Simco Limited. Archived from the original on 24 October 2011. Retrieved 24 October 2011.