Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful Tour

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful Tour
Tour by Paloma Faith
Associated album Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?
Start date 16 July 2009
End date 10 December 2010
Shows 68
Paloma Faith concert chronology
Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful Tour
(2010)
Fall to Grace Tour
(2013)

Paloma Faith went on her first major tour in 2010. The United Kingdom leg of the tour was confirmed on 4 November 2009, when Faith announced that she would visit the United Kingdom and Ireland starting on 17 March 2010.[1][2] The tour will feature songs from Paloma Faith's album, Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?. In April 2010, Faith extended her tour for throughout October and November, where she visited a number of different venues.

Supporting acts[edit]

Sample setlist (March 2010)[edit]

  1. "Smoke & Mirrors"
  2. "Stone Cold Sober"
  3. "Romance Is Dead"
  4. "Broken Doll"
  5. "Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful"
  6. "God Bless This Child" (Billie Holiday cover)
  7. "Sexy Minx" (Cover of David Guetta's Sexy Bitch)
  8. "Stargazer"
  9. "You Never Give Me Your Money" (The Beatles cover)
  10. "Love Ya"
  11. "Upside Down"
  12. "Play On"

Encore

  1. "At Last"(Etta James Cover)
  2. "New York"

Source:[3]

Tour dates[edit]

Below is a full list of tour dates.[4][5][6]

Date City Country Venue
Europe
16 July 2009 Suffolk United Kingdom Latitude Festival
19 July 2009 Weston-super-Mare T4 on the Beach
11 September 2009 Isle of Wight Bestival
14 September 2009 Glasgow King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
15 September 2009 Manchester Ruby Lounge
17 September 2009 London Scala
24 October 2009 Kentish Town Forum
2 November 2009 Sydney Australia The Oxford Art Factory
16 November 2009 Southsea United Kingdom Wedgewood Rooms
17 November 2009 Liverpool O2 Academy Liverpool
18 November 2009 London Union Chapel
19 November 2009 Liverpool O2 Academy Liverpool
22 November 2009 Southsea Wedgewood Rooms
23 November 2009 London KOKO
28 November 2009 Berlin Germany Postbahnhof am Ostbahnhof
29 November 2009 Hamburg Grünspan
2 December 2009 Paris France Nouveau Casino
3 December 2009 Birmingham United Kingdom O2 Academy Birmingham
11 February 2010 London Jazz Cafe
26 February 2010 Warsaw Poland Palladium
5 March 2010 Zürich Switzerland Masott
7 March 2010 Cologne Germany Luxor Club
8 March 2010 Hamburg Gruenspan Club
9 March 2010 Berlin Postbahnhof Club
10 March 2010 Munich 59:1 Club
12 March 2010 Amsterdam The Netherlands Paradiso
14 March 2010 London United Kingdom KOKO
16 March 2010 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
17 March 2010 Glasgow United Kingdom O2 Academy Glasgow
19 March 2010 Manchester Manchester Academy
20 March 2010 Leeds O2 Academy Leeds
21 March 2010 Newcastle O2 Academy Newcastle
23 March 2010 Cambridge Cambridge Corn Exchange[7]
24 March 2010 Birmingham O2 Academy Birmingham
25 March 2010 Southampton Guildhall
26 March 2010 Bristol O2 Academy Bristol
28 March 2010 Oxford O2 Academy Oxford
29 March 2010 London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
30 March 2010
31 March 2010
28 April 2010 Cheltenham Cheltenham Town Hall
3 May 2010
19 May 2010 Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
20 May 2010 Sheffield O2 Academy Sheffield
11 June 2010 Newport Isle of Wight Festival
15 June 2010 Stockholm Sweden Love 2010 Festival at Skeppsbron
18 June 2010 Seinajoki Finland Tornavansaari
23 June 2010 Pilton United Kingdom Glastonbury Festival
7 July 2010 London iTunes Festival
9 July 2010 Kinross T in the Park
15 July 2010 Dublin Ireland Iveagh Gardens
16 July 2010 London United Kingdom Lovebox at Victoria Park
17 July 2010
18 July 2010
23 July 2010 Lucerne Switzerland Blue Balls Festival
8 August 2010 Herefordshire United Kingdom Eastnor Castle Deer Park
21 August 2010 Chelmsford V Festival
22 August 2010 Weston-under-Lizard
30 October 2010 Newcastle Newcastle City Hall
31 October 2010 Manchester Manchester Apollo
1 November 2010 Wolverhampton Wolverhampton Civic Hall
2 November 2010 Edinburgh Edinburgh Corn Exchange
4 November 2010 Plymouth Plymouth Pavilions
5 November 2010 Leicester De Montfort Hall
7 November 2010 Portsmouth Portsmouth Guildhall
8 November 2010 London Hammersmith Apollo
17 December 2010 Royal Albert Hall
1 December 2010 HMV Forum
10 December 2010 The Barbican Centre

References[edit]