BZ20 Tour

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BZ20 Tour
Tour by Boyzone
Associated album BZ20
Dublin to Detroit
Start date 28 November 2013
End date 1 August 2015
Legs 4
No. of shows 42 [1]
Boyzone concert chronology

The BZ20 Tour (also known as the 20th Anniversary Tour) is a tour by Irish boy band, Boyzone celebrating the bands 20 years after they were formed. It included dates in England, Scotland, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines.[2][3][4][5] [6] A Huge contribution to the background and lead vocals has come from backing vocalist Jo Garland who has sung with Ronan Keating in his solo ventures since 2001 and with Boyzone since 2008, her vocals have been more prominent often covering for vocals that Stephen Gately sung.


Keith Duffy said that they are planning another trek, as well as an album, in recognition of their 20 years in the spotlight, reported Sun online. "We've plans in place for a tour and an album next year for the 20th anniversary – that's if people want to come and see us, We've a very loyal fan base that always come in their thousands. It's a nice set-up. We never broke up, so we can take time out to do our own thing, and then get back together when it suits"[7] On 14 February, the tickets were made available, it was announced that the tour was having more demand than both One Direction and The Wanted.[8] In January 2014, it was announced that Boyzone will make their Forest Live debut this summer. In a continuation of the celebration of the BZ20 Tour.[9]

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DVD release[edit]

Certain dates will be recorded onto CD includes a DVD filmed at The O2 Arena in London from the band's Brother Tour in 2011.[1][12]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
28 November 2013 Dublin Ireland The O2
29 November 2013 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
1 December 2013 Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
2 December 2013
4 December 2013 Bournemouth England Bournemouth International Centre
5 December 2013
6 December 2013 Birmingham LG Arena
8 December 2013 Liverpool Echo Arena Liverpool
9 December 2013 Leeds First Direct Arena
10 December 2013 Nottingham Capital FM Arena Nottingham
11 December 2013 Blackpool Blackpool Opera House
12 December 2013 Aberdeen Scotland AECC
14 December 2013 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
15 December 2013 Glasgow Scotland The SSE Hydro
17 December 2013 Brighton England Brighton Centre
18 December 2013
20 December 2013 London The O2 Arena
21 December 2013 Wembley Arena
22 December 2013 Manchester Manchester Arena
22 May 2014 Dubai United Arab Emirates Aviation Club Tennis Centre
7 June 2014 Durham England Riverside Ground
12 June 2014 Nottingham Sherwood Forest
6 July 2014 Cheshire Delamere Forest
11 July 2014 Suffolk Thetford Forest
13 July 2014 London Hyde Park (Music Festival with Tom Jones)
18 July 2014 Gloucestershire Westonbirt Arboretum
20 July 2014 Northampton Delapre Park
26 July 2014 Scarborough Scarborough Open Air Theatre
30 July 2014 Surrey Epsom Racecourse
2 August 2014 Belfast Northern Ireland Falls Park
22 May 2015 Jakarta Indonesia Istora Senayan
23 May 2015 Singapore Singapore Marina Bay Sands[13]
24 May 2015 Bangkok Thailand Impact Arena
26 May 2015 Manila Philippines Smart Araneta Coliseum
13 June 2015 Scarborough England Scarborough Open Air Theatre
20 June 2015 Nottingham Riverside Park, Newark
27 June 2015 Telford Town Park Arena
28 June 2015 Devon Newton Abbot Racecourse
24 July 2015 Suffolk Newmarket Racecourse
25 July 2015 Edinburgh Scotland Edinburgh Castle
29 July 2015 Surrey England Sandown Park Racecourse
1 August 2015 Southampton Rose Bowl
2017 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
2017 Sydney State Sports Centre
2017 Perth HBF Stadium
2017 Christchurch New Zealand Horncastle Arena
2017 Auckland Vodafone Events Centre


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