Turnaround Tour

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Turnaround Tour
Tour by Westlife
Start date 29 March 2004
End date 2 August 2004
Shows 62
Westlife concert chronology
Unbreakable Tour
(2003)
Turnaround Tour
(2004)
No. 1's Tour
(2005)

Turnaround Tour covered the UK and Europe in 2004 seen by 490,000 fans making £12,000,000, the tour was also supposed to appear in China, Korea, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and Singapore however it was cancelled. Member Brian McFadden left the group just 3 weeks before the first date of this tour in Belfast.

Support acts[edit]

  • Boyband Zoo
  • Bellefire (select dates)
  • The Conway Sisters (select dates)
  • Kwest (select dates)
  • Mark Dakriet (select dates)
  • No Way Out (select dates)
  • Pop! (select dates)
  • Sub Bass 5 (select dates)
  • Traphic (select dates)
  • Twen2y4se7en (select dates)

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Turn Around"
  2. "My Girl"
  3. "What Makes a Man"
  4. "World of Our Own"
  5. "Flying Without Wings"
  6. "Swear It Again"
  7. "Uptown Girl"
  8. Medley:
    1. "Help!"
    2. "I'll Be There For You"
    3. "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go"
    4. "That's the Way (I Like It)"
    5. "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love"
  9. "When You're Looking Like That"
  10. "Tonight"
  11. "On My Shoulder"
  12. "Obvious"
Encore
  1. "Hey Whatever"
  2. "My Love"
  3. "Mandy"
Notes
  • For concerts in Belfast, the group performed "Lost In You"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe—Leg 1[1][2]
29 March 2004 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
30 March 2004
31 March 2004
2 April 2004
3 April 2004
4 April 2004
6 April 2004 Nottingham England Nottingham Arena
7 April 2004
12 April 2004 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
13 April 2004
14 April 2004
16 April 2004 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
17 April 2004
18 April 2004
20 April 2004
21 April 2004
22 April 2004
23 April 2004 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
25 April 2004
26 April 2004
27 April 2004 Birmingham NEC Arena
29 April 2004 Sheffield Hallam FM Arena
30 April 2004
1 May 2004
3 May 2004 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
4 May 2004
5 May 2004
7 May 2004 London Wembley Arena
8 May 2004
9 May 2004
11 May 2004 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
12 May 2004
13 May 2004
15 May 2004
16 May 2004
18 May 2004
19 May 2004
20 May 2004
21 May 2004
23 May 2004 Birmingham England NEC Arena
24 May 2004
25 May 2004
28 May 2004 Gothenburg Sweden Scandinavium
29 May 2004 Stockholm Stockholm Globe Arena
30 May 2004 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
1 June 2004 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen
2 June 2004 Hamburg Germany Stadtpark Freilichtbühne
3 June 2004 Oberhausen König Pilsener Arena
4 June 2004 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
5 June 2004
6 June 2004 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
7 June 2004
9 June 2004 Birmingham England National Indoor Arena
11 June 2004 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
13 June 2004 Brighton England Brighton Centre
14 June 2004
Europe—Leg 2[3]
24 July 2004 Edinburgh Scotland Edinburgh Castle Esplanade
25 July 2004 Broadstairs England St Georges Church of England School
27 July 2004[A] Liverpool King's Dock
28 July 2004[A]
31 July 2004 Ipswich Chantry Park
1 August 2004 Romsey Broadlands
2 August 2004 Exeter Powderham Castle
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A These concerts were a part of the "Liverpool Summer Pops"[4]
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
9 April 2004 Brighton, England Brighton Cente Rescheduled for 13 June 2004
10 April 2004 Brighton, England Brighton Cente Rescheduled for 14 June 2004
18 June 2004 Beijing, China Capital Indoor Stadium Cancelled
20 June 2004 Shanghai, China Shanghai Indoor Stadium Cancelled
22 June 2004 Guangzhou, China Guangzhou Gymnasium Cancelled
24 June 2004 Kowloon, Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum Cancelled
26 June 2004 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Putra Indoor Stadium Cancelled
1 July 2004 Bangkok, Thailand Impact Arena Cancelled
3 July 2004 Quezon City, Philippines Araneta Coliseum Cancelled
5 July 2004 Kallang, Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Cancelled

Personnel[edit]

MANAGEMENT: Louis Walsh Management Company
DIRECTOR: Julia Knowles
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Solomon Nwabueze
PHOTOGRAPHY: Jason Faser/PA Photos Limited

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Upcoming Events". Westlife Official Website. Simco Limited. Archived from the original on 22 October 2011. Retrieved 22 October 2011. 
  2. ^ Additional sources for dates in Europe:
  3. ^ "Upcoming Events". Westlife Official Website. Simco Limited. Archived from the original on 22 October 2011. Retrieved 22 October 2011. 
  4. ^ "2004 LIVERPOOL SUMMER POPS". CMP Entertainment. Archived from the original on 15 July 2004. Retrieved 27 October 2011.