World of Our Own Tour

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World of Our Own Tour
Tour by Westlife
Start date 1 April 2002
End date 28 June 2002
Shows 46
Westlife concert chronology
Where Dreams Come True Tour
(2001)
World of Our Own Tour
(2002)
Unbreakable Tour
(2003)

The World of Our Own Tour saw Westlife touring the UK and Europe in 2002. The tour centered on a space theme with giant globes for the band's entrance. Each band member earned £2 million, £30,000 each for their shows, £800,000 each from merchandising as well as an extra £300,000 each for lucrative deals with Adidas. The tour also featured 5 female dancers making £10,000,000 seen by 520,000 fans.

Support acts[edit]

Support acts include No Way Out, K-otic, Natural, Six, Totally Spies, D'Side and Lauren Waterworth.

Setlist[edit]

  1. "World of Our Own"
  2. "Bop Bop Baby"
  3. "Why Do I Love You"
  4. "Bad Girls"
  5. "Fool Again"
  6. "I Lay My Love on You"
  7. "Uptown Girl"
  8. "Swear It Again/What Makes a Man"
  9. "If I Let You Go"
  10. "Angel"
  11. "Don't Say It's Too Late"
  12. "Imaginary Diva"
  13. "If Your Heart's Not In It"
  14. "Medley:
    1. "Jailhouse Rock"
    2. "Brown Eyed Girl"
    3. "Build Me Up Buttercup"
    4. "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'"
    5. "Bohemian Rhapsody"
  15. "Queen Of My Heart"
  16. "My Love"
  17. "Love Crime"
  18. "Flying Without Wings"
  19. "I Cry"
  20. "When You're Looking Like That"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe[1]
1 April 2002 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
3 April 2002 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
5 April 2002 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen
7 April 2002 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
9 April 2002 Oberhausen Germany Arena Oberhausen
11 April 2002 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
12 April 2002 Munich Olympiahalle
13 April 2002 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
15 April 2002 Berlin Max-Schmeling-Halle
16 April 2002 Kiel Ostseehalle
19 April 2002 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
20 April 2002
21 April 2002
22 April 2002
23 April 2002
25 April 2002 Newcastle England Telewest Arena
26 April 2002
27 April 2002
28 April 2002
29 April 2002
1 May 2002 Sheffield Hallam FM Arena
2 May 2002
3 May 2002
4 May 2002
5 May 2002
7 May 2002 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
8 May 2002
9 May 2002
10 May 2002
11 May 2002
12 May 2002
14 May 2002 Manchester England Manchester Evening News Arena
15 May 2002
16 May 2002
17 May 2002
18 May 2002
21 May 2002 Birmingham NEC Arena
22 May 2002
23 May 2002
24 May 2002
28 May 2002 London Earls Court Exhibition Centre
29 May 2002
30 May 2002
31 May 2002
1 June 2002
3 June 2002 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
4 June 2002
6 June 2002 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
7 June 2002
8 June 2002
10 June 2002
11 June 2002
12 June 2002
14 June 2002
15 June 2002
16 June 2002
17 June 2002
18 June 2002
20 June 2002 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
21 June 2002
22 June 2002
28 June 2002 Killarney Ireland Fitzgerald Stadium

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tours". Westlife Official Website. Archived from the original on 8 June 2003. Retrieved 21 October 2011.