List of R5 concert tours

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R5 performing in Commerce, in 2013

American pop rock band R5 has embarked on five concert tours, two of which have been worldwide, and two promotional tours. In March 2010, they self-released an EP, Ready Set Rock, and in September released their debut studio album with Hollywood Records.[1] The second EP, Loud, was released on February 19, 2013, which featured the lead single and title track "Loud", the debut single from upcoming album. The band's first full-length album, Louder, was released on September 24, 2013 and the album not only includes the four songs from Loud and also seven new songs. The second single from the album, "Pass Me By", premiered on Radio Disney on August 16. The music video premiered on 29 August on Disney Channel and is available for public viewing on the band's Vevo channel. The third single, "(I Can't) Forget About You", was released on December 25, 2013 and reached number 47 on Billboard Digital Pop Songs, and the fourth single "One Last Dance" on May 29, 2014.

The third extended play, entitled Heart Made Up on You, was released on July 22, 2014 and the self-titled single on August 1, 2014. On November 16, 2014 the band released the first single from second album, "Smile".

West Coast Tour[edit]

West Coast Tour
Tour by R5
Associated albumReady Set Rock
Start dateMay 3, 2012
End dateMay 15, 2012
Legs1
No. of shows10 total[2]
R5 concert chronology

West Coast Tour was the debut concert tour by band R5.[3] The tour was supported by Radio Disney and served to promote the band's name with the teen crowd. The tour started on May 3, 2012, and ending on May 15, with 10 dates and traveled only to west coast.[4]

Background[edit]

On April 26, 2012 the band signed a deal with Hollywood Records.[5] The first promotion plan was to send the band to tour in partnership with Radio Disney to promote the band's name to public.[6] Entitled West Coast Tour, the tour started on May 3, 2012, at The Boardwalk in Orangevale, California and ending on May 15, at Slims Club in San Francisco. Altogether the band traveled to ten cities only the west coast.[7] The band played songs from their first extended play Ready Set Rock, released in 2010, some songs from the soundtrack of Austin & Ally, three new songs and the Carly Rae Jepsen's cover version of "Call Me Maybe".[8] During the last live show Ross cut his foot while dropping the microphone.[9]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Double Take"
  2. "Take You There"
  3. "Cali Girls"
  4. "Baby It's You"
  5. "Not a Love Song Song"
  6. "All About the Girls"
  7. "Love to Love Her"
  8. "Call Me Maybe" (Carly Rae Jepsen cover)
  9. "Wishing I Was 23"
  10. "DNA"
  11. "What Do I Have To Do"
  12. "Heard It On The Radio"
  13. "Anything You Want"
  14. "Say You'll Stay"
  15. "Keep Away From This Girl"
  16. "A Billion Hits"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[10]
May 3, 2012 Orangevale United States The Boardwalk
May 4, 2012 Bakersfield Jerry's Pizza
May 5, 2012 Santa Ana Yost Theater
May 6, 2012 Phoenix Crescent Ballroom
May 9, 2012 Denver Bluebird Theater
May 10, 2012 Salt Lake City Club Sounds
May 11, 2012 Boise The Venue
May 13, 2012 Seattle El Corazon
May 14, 2012 Portland Hawthorne Theatre
May 15, 2012 San Francisco Slims Club

East Coast Tour[edit]

East Coast Tour
Tour by R5
Associated albumReady Set Rock
Start dateDecember 15, 2012
End dateDecember 31, 2012
Legs1
No. of shows13 total[11]
R5 concert chronology

East Coast Tour was the second concert tour by band R5.[12] As well as West Coast Tour, the concerts was supported by Radio Disney and served to promote the band's name with the teen crowd. The tour started on December 15, 2012, and ending on December 31.

Background[edit]

On October 19, Ross announced the concert tour and 13 dates in his Twitter.[13] The East Coast Tour started on December 15, 2012 in Jamestown, New York, and ending on December 31 in Syracuse, New York, with 16 dates only to east coast.[14] It was also the first time the band traveled to another country, Canada, to play at Mod Club Theatre.[15] The setlist consisted in songs of their first extended play Ready Set Rock, released in 2010, some songs from the soundtrqack of Austin & Ally, The Ting Tings's cover version of "Shut Up and Let Me Go" and the Christmas song "Christmas Is Coming".[16]

To promote the tour the band launched the "Crazy 4 U Contest". The R5' fans sent thematic photos about the song "What Are U Crazy 4?" TO Everloop.com website and the top five have won prizes and five-minute on Skype with the band.[17]

Critical reception[edit]

Lauren Hoffman to Concert Music Magazine was positive and said the members are "a very unique and fun band" and "have definitely made their dent in the music world".[18] She also said that the live performance was energetic, exciting and catchy and mentioned that they were really excited with the public, not just for the money. Hoffman also commented: "Definitely had us leaving wanting more".[18]

Opening acts[edit]

  • Brandon and Savannah[19]
  • Taylor Mathews[17]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Crazy 4 U"
  2. "Heartbeat" / "Can't Do It Without You" / "Better Together" / "Not a Love Song"
  3. "Heard It on the Radio"
  4. "Can You Feel It"
  5. "Say You'll Stay
  6. "Cali Girls"
  7. "Keep Away"
  8. "Shut Up and Let Me Go" (The Ting Tings cover)
  9. "What Do I Have to Do?"
  10. "Love To Love Her"
  11. "Wishing I Was 23"
  12. "Take U There"
  13. "A Billion Hits"
  14. "Christmas Is Coming"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[20]
December 15, 2012 Jamestown United States Taping
December 16, 2012 Toronto Canada Mod Club Theatre
December 17, 2012
December 18, 2012 New York City United States Highline Ballroom
December 19, 2012 Washington, D.C. The Filmore
December 21, 2012 Tampa Capital Theatre
December 22, 2012 Orlando Plaza Theatre
December 23, 2012 Fort Lauderdale Culture Room
December 26, 2012 Atlanta Masquerade
December 28, 2012 Philadelphia TLA
December 29, 2012 Freehold Township I Play America
December 30, 2012 Boston Brighton Music Hall
December 31, 2012 Syracuse First Night Festival

Loud Tour[edit]

Loud Tour
Tour by R5
Associated albumLoud
Start dateMarch 15, 2013
End dateAugust 2, 2013
Legs1
No. of shows46 in North America
4 in Europe
50 total
R5 concert chronology

Loud Tour was the third concert tour by band R5 and the first worldwide tour, promoting their second studio EP and debut album with Hollywood Records Loud.[21] This tour also promoted the soundtrack of Austin & Ally.[22] The Tour began on March 15, 2013 in Santa Ana, California and ended on July 5, 2013 in London, England. The tour included 38 dates in the United States, 8 in Canada, 2 in France and 2 in England.[23]

Critical reception[edit]

Brie David to Canadian magazine Faze said was impressed with the crowd screaming for the band. He mentioned the harmony between Ross, Riker and Rocky and said "they could do more than just sing and play an instrument. Throughout the show, the boys showed off their smooth moves while dancing and playing their instruments in sync". David also commented that the group didn't used special effects and their talent prevailed. "This concert was definitely one to remember as R5 showed their true talent without any special effects. The amazing music and friendly people definitely wishing they could go back to this night".[24] Joe Cage to Hit Zone Online said watching the group's concert was an amazing experience to never forget. He said the band was great to escape of the "boyband stereotype" and commented "They did their share to make sure the crowd was having a good time, whether it was getting everyone to clap and sing along, to taking instagram pictures, to "almost" crowd surfing. A great time was had by all".[25]

Opening acts[edit]

  • DJ Ryland Lynch (Main dates)[26][27]
  • Taylor Mathews (March 15 – May 14)[28]
  • Alex Aiono (March 15-May14)[28]
  • Brandon and Savannah (March 15 – March 24 / May 15 – May 19)[28]
  • Sunderland (March 30 – April 19)[29]
  • Hollywood Ending (April 20 – May 14)[30]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Fallin' for You"
  2. "Cali Girls"
  3. "Can You Feel It"
  4. "I Want You Bad"
  5. "Say You'll Stay"
  6. "Not a Love Song"
  7. "Keep Away From This Girl"
  8. "Pour Some Sugar on Me" (Def Leppard cover) / "Shut Up and Let Me Go" (The Ting Tings cover)
  9. "Heard It on the Radio"
  10. "Wishing I Was 23"
  11. "Crazy 4 U"
  12. "Here Comes Forever"
  13. "A Billion Hits"
  14. "Loud"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
March 15, 2013 Santa Ana United States Yost Theater
March 16, 2013 San Diego Epicenter
March 17, 2013 Phoenix Celebrity Theatre
March 19, 2013 Salt Lake City In The Venue
March 20, 2013 Denver Bluebird Theater
March 22, 2013 Dallas House of Blues
March 24, 2013 Austin Stubb's Jr
March 25, 2013 Tulsa Cain's Ballroom
March 26, 2013 Columbia The Blue Note
March 28, 2013 Lawrence Granada Theatre
March 29, 2013 Minneapolis Mill City Nights
March 30, 2013 Chicago House of Blues
April 1, 2013 St. Louis The Firebird
April 2, 2013 Indianapolis Deluxe at Old National Centre
April 4, 2013 Cleveland House of Blues
April 5, 2013 Pontiac Crofoot Ballroom
April 6, 2013 Buffalo Town Ballroom
April 7, 2013 Allentown Crocodile Rock Cafe
April 9, 2013 Lancaster Chameleon Club
April 11, 2013 New York City Irving Plaza
April 12, 2013 Huntington Paramount Theatre
April 13, 2013 Richmond The National
April 14, 2013 Norfolk The NorVa
April 16, 2013 Charlottesville Jefferson Theater
April 18, 2013 Cincinnati 20th Century Theatre
April 19, 2013 Nashville Rocketown
April 20, 2013 Atlanta Masquerade
April 21, 2013 St. Petersburg The Palladium
April 23, 2013 Orlando The Plaza Live
April 25, 2013 Baltimore Rams Head Live!
April 26, 2013 Philadelphia Theatre of the Living Arts
April 28, 2013 Freehold Encore Event Center
April 30, 2013 Clifton Park Upstate Concert Hall
May 2, 2013 Boston Paradise Rock Club
May 4, 2013 Montreal Canada Corona Theatre
May 5, 2013 Ottawa Bronson Centre
May 6, 2013 Hamilton Molson Canadian Amphitheater
May 7, 2013 London London Music Hall
May 10, 2013 Winnipeg The Garrick Centre
May 11, 2013 Saskatoon Louis' Pub
May 12, 2013 Edmonton Starlite Room
May 14, 2013 Vancouver Rio Theatre
May 15, 2013 Seattle United States El Corazon
May 16, 2013 Portland Hawthorne Theatre
May 18, 2013 San Francisco Great American Music Hall
May 19, 2013 Los Angeles House of Blues
Europe
June 30, 2013 Paris France Nouveau Casino
July 1, 2013
July 3, 2013 London England Dingwalls
July 5, 2013
Australia
August 2, 2013 Sydney Australia Metro Theatre

Louder World Tour[edit]

Louder World Tour
Tour by R5
Associated albumLouder
Start dateDecember 7, 2013
End dateJune 18, 2014
Legs1
No. of shows2 in Central America
23 in Europe
1 in Western Asia
22 in North America
48 total
R5 concert chronology

Louder World Tour was the fourth concert tour and second worldwide tour by family band R5, promoting their first studio album and debut full-length album with Hollywood Records, Louder.[31] The Tour began on December 7, 2013 in Mexico City and ended on June 14, 2014.[32] The tour includes dates in Western Asia, Europe, Central America, Canada and United States.[33][34] The tour venues were chosen by R5's fans, as R5 designed an interactive map on R5rocks.com, where fans could vote for where they wanted R5 to perform.[35] During the concert in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the vocalist Ross Lynch record his television film Teen Beach Movie.[36][37]

Critical reception[edit]

Celeb Secrets 4 U called the show "different and amazing". He also said that the songs are "catchy and upbeat" and cited as highlights "(I Can't) Forget About You", "I Want U Bad", "What Do I Have To Do" and Prince's cover "Let's Go Crazy".[38] Jenny Williams to Light Out said the live performance on the tour is exciting and energizing and "awareness of modern popular references, full of bright and cheery tracks with strong, unforgettable hooks". She also commented that "Ain’t No Way" and "If I Can’t Be With You" had great performances.[39]

Adrii Cortés to El Nuevo Dia said the band has evolved compared to previous tours and was more rock and roll and the concert was great.[40] Joshua Betancourt Ruiz to Akistoi made a mixed critical about Puerto Rico concert. He said the band arrived 1h30 late, the concert had technical problems and had no effect and original stage as in the United States. But he also said the band was' catchy and had energy and adrenaline.[41]

Broadcast and recordings[edit]

On February 28, 2014 Ross announced that the band would record the London concert, on March 4, 2014 on The O2, during their European leg. He said "We are gonna film our show in London on Tuesday! Who wants some camera time?".[42] They planned to launch a concert movie, but it never happened.[42] On 25 April 2014 the band released the first tour live video, the OneRepublic's cover "Counting Stars", featured the British band The Vamps.[43] Weekly, another five videos were released: "(I Can't) Forget About You", on May 1,[44] "Ain't No Way We're Goin' Home", on May 8,[45] "Loud", on May 16,[46] "Pass Me By", on May 22,[47] and "One Last Dance, on May 29.[48] They also released an extended play, Live in London, with the six songs.[49][50]

Opening acts[edit]

  • DJ Ryland Lynch (Europe and Asia)[38]
  • Brandon and Savannah (North America, United Kingdom and Ireland)[51]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Girls" (The 1975 cover)
  2. "(I Can't) Forget About You"
  3. "Here Comes Forever"
  4. "Fallin' For You"
  5. "Pass Me By"
  6. "Wishing I Was 23"
  7. "Love Me Again" (John Newman cover)
  8. "What Do I Have To Do?" / "Valerie" (Amy Winehouse cover)
  9. "A Billion Hits"
  10. "If I Can't Be With You"
  11. "Love Me Like That"
  12. "One Last Dance"
  13. "Counting Stars" (OneRepublic cover)
  14. "I Want U Bad"
  15. "Cali Girls"
  16. "Ain't No Way We're Goin' Home"
  17. "Loud"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[32]
Central America[32]
January 4, 2014 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum
January 5, 2014 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Teatro Nacional
Europe
February 5, 2014 Warsaw Poland Proxima
Western Asia
February 8, 2014 Tel Aviv Israel Theater Club
Europe
February 10, 2014 Oslo Norway Parkteatret
February 11, 2014 Stockholm Sweden Fryshuset Klubben
February 12, 2014 Copenhagen Denmark Vega Small Hall
February 13, 2014 Berlin Germany Kesselhaus
February 15, 2014 Mannheim Alte Seilerei
February 16, 2014 Hamburg Knust
February 17, 2014 Cologne Gloria
February 19, 2014 Antwerp Belgium Arenberg
February 20, 2014 Amsterdam The Netherlands Melkweg
February 22, 2014 Munich Germany Backstage
February 23, 2014 Milan Italy Magazzini
February 25, 2014 Barcelona Spain Bikini
February 26, 2014 Madrid Shoko Live
February 28, 2014 Paris France La Cigale
March 3, 2014 Birmingham England Library
March 4, 2014 London Indig02
March 5, 2014 Manchester Club Academy
March 6, 2014 Glasgow Scotland ABC 02
March 8, 2014 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
North America
April 2, 2014 Montreal Canada Metropolis
April 3, 2014 Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre
April 4, 2014 Kingston Rogers K-Rock Centre
April 5, 2014 London Budweiser Gardens
April 7, 2014 Hamilton Copps Coliseum
April 8, 2014 Oshawa General Motors Centre
April 12, 2014 Winnipeg Burton Cummings Theatre
April 13, 2014 Saskatoon Odeon Events Centre
April 14, 2014 Calgary Jack Singer Concert Hall
April 15, 2014 Edmonton Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
April 17, 2014 Vancouver Queen Elizabeth Theatre
May 23, 2014 Norfolk United States The Norva
May 24, 2014 Richmond The National
May 25, 2014 Jackson (NJ) Six Flags Great Adventure
May 27, 2014 Nashville Rocketown
May 28, 2014 Columbus Newport Music Hall
May 29, 2014 Pittsburgh Stage AE
May 30, 2014 Philadelphia Mann Center
June 4, 2014 Cleveland House of Blues
June 6, 2014 York (PA) Pullo Center
May 4, 2014 Cleveland House of Blues
June 10, 2014 New York City New York Best Buy Theater
May 8, 2014 Uncasville Connecticut Mohegan Sun Arena
May 8, 2014 Wappingers Falls New York Dutchess Stadium
May 7, 2014 Saratoga Springs New York Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Europe
June 14, 2014 Lisbon Portugal Coliseu dos Recreios
June 15, 2014 Braga Theatre Circo
June 18, 2014 London England O2 Academy Islington

Live on Tour[edit]

Live on Tour
Tour by R5
Associated albumHeart Made Up on You
Start dateSeptember 3, 2014
End dateNovember 28, 2014
Legs1
No. of shows24 in North America
4 in South America
28 total
R5 concert chronology

Live on Tour was the fifth concert tour by band R5.[52] The tour served to promote the extended play Heart Made Up on You and songs of album Louder with 24 dates in North America. They also traveled for the first time to South America for 4 concerts.[53] It was started on September 3, 2014 and ending on November 28.[54]

Background[edit]

On June 10, 2014 the band the band announced their new concert tour during a live chat in their website.[55] Ross revealed on his Twitter the first 19 cities and said "Had crazy fun on the first leg of the US tour these past 2 and half weeks!! Can’t wait to do it again in September".[56] The tickets went for pre-sale in June 10 on the R5's website and for official sale in June 13.[55] To promote the tour the band appeared in some television programs as The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Good Morning America and Live! with Kelly and Michael.[57]

Concert synopsis[edit]

The setlist consists mainly to promote the songs released on the extended play Heart Made Up on You, some songs from Louder and five cover versions: "Let's Go Crazy" by Prince, "Drunk in Love" by Beyoncé, "Valerie" by Amy Winehouse and "Seven Nation Army" by The White Stripes.[58] An additional date has been announced on September 29, 2014 at Gramercy Theatre, in New York City. The event was a partnership with Yahoo!, entitled "R5 for $5", selling special tickets for $5 for the fans.[59] To promote the event the band held a live chat answering questions.[59] Later other nine dates were announced, including four in South America, two in Brazil and two in Argentina, the first time the band toured in South.[60] They also released a video-diary series about the tour on their official channel.[61]

During the first concert, Ross was sick and they had difficulties in the performances. In an interview with The Magazine, Ross told talked about it: "The first bit started off a little slower because I was a little sick, well for me personally. There is always something nice about being sick on the road because you can always look forward to getting better. The tour keeps getting better and better. Every night we will look at our show and look at the weakest section, and we’ll fix it and make it better. As the tour goes on, it gets better. We like to change it up too. Change the set".[62]

Critical reception[edit]

The UOL was positive and said the band does not need special effects and a great production to be exciting. He also said that the R5 flees the teen stereotype and plays rock and roll and would be a great choice for the festival Rock in Rio.[63] Leticia Annes to Teen said the concert focus was on members and their voices were perfect live.[64] The G1 News compared the band to 5 Seconds of Summer and The Vamps and said they were dynamic live.[65]

Opening acts[edit]

  • DJ Ryland Lynch (Main dates)[66]
  • Brandon and Savannah (Main dates)[67]
  • Jessarae (only in Westbury)[66]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Let's Go Crazy" (Prince cover)
  2. "(I Can't) Forget About You"
  3. "Easy Love"
  4. "If I Can't Be With You"
  5. "Pass Me By"
  6. "Ain't no Way We're Goin' Home"
  7. "Things Are Looking Up"
  8. "Drunk in Love" (Beyoncé cover) / "What Do I Have To Do" / "Valerie" (Amy Winehouse cover)
  9. "Love Me Like That"
  10. "One Last Dance"
  11. "Seven Nation Army" (The White Stripes cover)
  12. "I Want U Bad"
  13. "Say You'll Stay" (Performed only in the second show in Argentina)
  14. "Cali Girls"
  15. "Stay With Me"
  16. "Loud"
  17. "Heart Made Up on You"
  18. "Smile" (performed only in the last three dates)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[68]
September 3, 2014 Orlando United States Hard Rock Cafe
September 5, 2014 Memph Agricenter Farmer's Market
September 6, 2014 Atlanta Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
September 7, 2014 Charlotte Amos' Southland
September 8, 2014 Baltimore Rams Head Live!
September 11, 2014 Salt Lake City Sandy City Amphitheatre
September 12, 2014 Las Vegas Henderson Pavilion
September 14, 2014 San Francisco The Regency Center
September 16, 2014 Denver Ogden Theatre
September 18, 2014 Minneapolis Mill City Nights Club
September 19, 2014 Chicago Rosemont Theatre
September 20, 2014 Milwaukee Pabst Theater
September 21, 2014 Detroit Royal Oak Music Theatre
September 23, 2014 Toronto Canada Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
September 25, 2014 Youngstown United States Stambaugh Auditorium
September 26, 2014 Sayreville Starland Ballroom
September 27, 2014 Ledyard Foxwoods Casino
September 28, 2014 Lowell Lowell Memorial Auditorium
September 29, 2014 New York City Gramercy Theatre
October 2, 2014 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
South America[68]
October 4, 2014 São Paulo Brazil Citibank Hall
October 5, 2014 Rio de Janeiro Citibank Hall Rio
October 7, 2014 Buenos Aires Argentina Teatro Opera
October 8, 2014
North America[68]
October 11, 2014 Fresno United States Paul Paul Theatre
November 25, 2014 Wilmington Stambaugh Auditorium
November 26, 2014 Reading Santander Performing Arts Center
November 28, 2014 Westbury The Space at Westbury

Box office data[edit]

Venue City Tickets sold / available
Citibank Hall São Paulo 7,000 / 7,000 (100%)[63]

Sometime Last Night Tour[edit]

Sometime Last Night Tour
Tour by R5
Associated albumSometime Last Night
Start dateJune 28, 2015
End dateDecember 14, 2016
No. of shows76 in North America
28 in Europe
13 in South America
2 in Central America
5 in Asia
4 in Oceania
128 total
R5 concert chronology

Sometime Last Night Tour is the sixth concert tour by band R5. The tour was announced on April 6, 2015 together with premiere of music video for second song Let's Not Be Alone Tonight and began in Hershey, Pennsylvania on June 30, 2015.

Background[edit]

The United States leg of the tour was announced on April 6, 2015 together with premiere of music video for second song Let's Not Be Alone Tonight from band´s upcoming sophomore studio album which release date, July 10, 2015, was also announced. European leg of the tour was announced on June 5, 2015 during band's livestream. The Japanese leg of the tour was announced on October 14, 2015. The South American leg of the tour was announced on October 16, 2015 on Twitter. Shows in Australia and New Zealand were announced on October 22, 2015 on Twitter.

Opening act[edit]

Setlist[edit]

Us and Europe
  1. "All Night"
  2. "Heart Made up on You"
  3. "Let's Not Be Alone Tonight"
  4. "Dark Side"
  5. "Cali Girls"
  6. "Easy Love"
  7. "Loud"
  8. "I Know You Got Away"
  9. "I Want U Bad"
  10. "Let's Go Crazy" (Prince cover)
  11. "Lightning Strikes"
  12. "You and I" (Lady Gaga cover)
  13. "F.E.E.L. G.O.O.D."
  14. "Repeating Days"
  15. "Did You Have Your Fun?"
  16. "(I Can't) Forget About You"
  17. "Wild Hearts"
  18. "Ain't No Way We're Goin' Home"
  19. "Smile"
South America
  1. "Heart Made Up On You"
  2. "Let's Not Be Alone Tonight"
  3. "Dark Side"
  4. "Cali Girls"
  5. "Easy Love"
  6. "All Night"
  7. "I Know You Got Away"
  8. "Repeating Days"
  9. "Lightning Strikes"
  10. "Pass Me By" (acoustic)
  11. "Loud" (acoustic)
  12. "F.E.E.L.G.O.O.D"
  13. "Did You Have Your Fun?"
  14. "I Can't Say I'm In Love"
  15. "(I Can't) Forget About You"
  16. "Wild Hearts"
  17. "All This Things That I've Done" (cover)
  18. "Smile"
Asia
  1. "F.E.E.L.G.O.O.D
  2. "Dark Side"
  3. "Did You Have Your Fun?"
  4. "Easy Love"
  5. "Cali Girls"
  6. "Let's Not Be Alone Tonight"
  7. "If I Can’t Be With You"
  8. "I Know You Got Away"
  9. "Repeating Days"
  10. "Lightning Strikes"
  11. "Pass Me By Unplugged"
  12. "Loud Unplugged"
  13. "All Night"
  14. "Heart Made Up On You"
  15. "(I Can’t) Forget About You"
  16. "Wild Hearts"
  17. "Last Nite (Cover)
  18. "Smile"


  • In Sterling Heights, the band performed "I Can't Say I'm In Love" for the first time.
  • They recorded the show of Los Angeles and released in DVD, entitled Live at the Greek Theatre, on March 11, 2016.[69]
  • In Buenos Aires, the band performed "Seven Nation Army" and "Let's Go Crazy".
  • In Mendoza, the band performed "One Last Dance".

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[70][71]
April 19, 2015 Tucson United States Pima County Fair
March 4, 2015 West Hollywood Roxy Theatre
May 30, 2015 Buffalo Canalside
May 31, 2015 Scranton The Pavilion
June 13, 2015 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater
June 20, 2015 Bridgeview Toyota Park
June 28, 2015 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium
June 30, 2015 St. John's Canada Mile One Center
July 1, 2015 Moncton Casino New Brunswick
July 4, 2015 Nassau Bahamas Atlantis Bahamas
July 7, 2015 Orange Park United States Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts
July 8, 2015 Boca Raton Mizner Park Amphitheater
July 10, 2015 Alpharetta Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park
July 11, 2015 Raleigh Raleigh Memorial Auditorium
July 12, 2015 Vienna Filene Center
July 14, 2015 Ledyard Grand Theater
July 16, 2015 Gilford Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
July 17, 2015 Boston House of Blues
July 18, 2015 West Windsor Township Mercer County Park Festival Grounds
July 20, 2015 Pittsburgh Stage AE
July 21, 2015 Kettering Fraze Pavilion
July 22, 2015 Sterling Heights Freedom Hill Amphitheatre
July 24, 2015 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
July 25, 2015 St. Charles Family Arena
July 26, 2015 Kansas City Arvest Bank Theatre
July 28, 2015 Bloomington U.S. Cellular Coliseum
July 29, 2015 Louisville Iroquois Amphitheater
July 30, 2015 Whites Creek Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater
August 1, 2015[A] Oklahoma City Starlight Amphitheater
August 2, 2015 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
August 4, 2015 Houston Bayou Music Center
August 5, 2015 New Braunfels WhiteWater Amphitheater
August 8, 2015[B] Denver Elitch Arena
August 11, 2015 West Valley City Maverik Center
August 12, 2015 Boise Morrison Center for the Performing Arts
August 14, 2015[C] Redmond Marymoor Park Outdoor Venue
August 15, 2015 Eugene Cuthbert Amphitheater
August 18, 2015 San Jose City National Civic
August 20, 2015 Henderson Henderson Pavilion
August 22, 2015 Mesa Mesa Amphitheatre
August 23, 2015 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
September 1, 2015[D] Falcon Heights Minnesota State Fair Grandstand
September 3, 2015 Philadelphia Mann Center for the Performing Arts
September 4, 2015[E] Timonium Timonium Race Track Infield
September 5, 2015 Huntington Paramount Theatre
September 6, 2015[F] Syracuse Chevy Court
Europe[72]
September 10, 2015 Lisbon Portugal Coliseu dos Recreios
September 11, 2015 Porto Coliseu do Porto
September 12, 2015 Madrid Spain Palacio Vistalegre
September 13, 2015 Barcelona Razzmatazz
September 16, 2015 Marseille France Espace Julien
September 17, 2015 Rome Italy Orion Live Club
September 20, 2015 Milan Alcatraz
September 22, 2015 Vienna Austria Ottakringer Brauerei
September 23, 2015 Munich Germany Technikum
September 24, 2015 Mannheim Alte Seilerei
September 26, 2015 Paris France Paris Olympia
September 27, 2015 Zürich Switzerland X-tra
September 29, 2015 Prague Czech Republic Lucerna Music Bar
September 30, 2015 Warsaw Poland Klub Palladium
October 3, 2015 Copenhagen Denmark Vega
October 4, 2015 Stockholm Sweden Klubben
October 5, 2015 Oslo Norway Vulkan Arena
October 8, 2015 Antwerp Belgium Stadsschouwburg Antwerpen
October 9, 2015 Amsterdam Netherlands Melkweg
October 11, 2015 Birmingham England O2 Academy Birmingham
October 13, 2015 London O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
October 14, 2015 Oxford O2 Academy Oxford
October 15, 2015 Glasgow Scotland O2 ABC Glasgow
October 18, 2015 Manchester England Manchester Academy
October 19, 2015 Leeds Mine
October 22, 2015 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
South America[70]
November 29, 2015 Bogotá Colombia Royal Center
December 1, 2015 Lima Peru Anfiteatro del Parque de la Exposición
December 3, 2015 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park
December 5, 2015 Mendoza Arena Maipu
December 6, 2015 Córdoba Plaza de la musica
December 8, 2015 Rosario Metropolitano
December 10, 2015 Montevideo Uruguay Teatro de verano
December 12, 2015 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Vivo Rio
December 13, 2015 São Paulo Espaço das Américas
December 15, 2015 Asunción Paraguay Yacht club
December 17, 2015 Santiago Chile Theatro cariola (4PM show)
December 17, 2015 Santiago Theatro cariola (7PM Show)
North America[70]
December 29, 2015 Las Vegas United States The Venetian Theatre
December 31, 2015 The Venetian Theatre
January 1, 2016 The Venetian Theatre
Asia
January 12, 2016 Tokyo Japan Liquid Room
January 13, 2016 Liquid Room
January 14, 2016 Akasaka blitz
Oceania
January 17, 2016 Sydney Australia Big Top Sydney
January 19, 2016 Melbourne Palais Theatre
January 20, 2016 Brendale Eaton Hills Hotel
January 22, 2016 Auckland New Zealand Logan Campbell Centre
North America
January 26, 2016 Stockton United States Bob Hope Theatre
January 27, 2016 Pomona Fox Theatre Pomona
January 29, 2016 Fresno Saroyan Theatre
January 30, 2016 San Diego Balboa Theatre
February 1, 2016 Tucson Tucson Music Hall
February 2, 2016 Albuquerque Kiva Auditorium
February 4, 2016 San Antonio Majestic Theatre
February 6, 2016 Austin Paramount Theatre
February 9, 2016 Memphis Cannon Center for the Performing Arts
February 10, 2016 Birmingham Iron City
February 12, 2016 Orlando Walt Disney Theater
February 13, 2016 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
February 16, 2016 Augusta Bell Auditorium
February 17, 2016 Knoxville Knoxville Civic Auditorium
February 18, 2016 Charlotte Ovens Auditorium
February 20, 2016 Norfolk Norva Theatre
February 21, 2016 Richmond National Theater
February 23, 2016 Washington, D.C. Lincoln Theatre
February 24, 2016 Red Bank Count Basie Theatre
February 26, 2016 Portland State Theatre
February 27, 2016 New York City Beacon Theatre
March 1, 2016 Providence Veterans Memorial Auditorium
March 2, 2016 Burlington Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
March 4, 2016 Albany Palace Theatre
March 5, 2016 Rochester Auditorium Theatre
March 7, 2016 Pennsylvania Santander Performing Arts Center
March 8, 2016 Cleveland State Theatre
March 10, 2016 Chicago Chicago Theatre
March 11, 2016 Minneapolis State Theatre
March 12, 2016 Des Moines Civic Center of Greater Des Moines
March 14, 2016 Omaha Holland Performing Arts Center
March 15, 2016 Tulsa Brady Theater
March 17, 2016 Sioux City Orpheum Theatre
July 2, 2016 Baton Rouge Blue Bayou and Dixie Landin'
Central America
July 9, 2016 Kingston Jamaica National Stadium
September 11, 2016 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum
Asia
August 20, 2016 Chiba Japan Summer Sonic Festival
August 21, 2016 Osaka
South America
December 14, 2016 São Paulo Brazil Áudio Club
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A Frontier City Summer Concert Series
B Elitch Gardens Summer Concert Series[73]
C Marymoor Park Concert Series[74]
D Minnesota State Fair[75]
E Maryland State Fair[76]
F Great New York State Fair[77]

Cancelled dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Reason
October 1, 2015 Leipzig Germany Theater-Fabrik-Sachsen Blizzard in the city

New Addictions Tour[edit]

New Addictions Tour
Tour by R5
Associated albumNew Addictions
Start dateJune 17, 2017
End dateJanuary 25, 2018
Legs1
No. of shows27 in North America
28 in Europe
4 in South America
2 in Asia
61 total
R5 concert chronology

New Addictions Tour is the seventh and final concert tour by American band R5. The tour was announced along with the release of their new EP "New Addictions" on May 12, 2017. The tour began on June 17, 2017 and ended on January 25, 2018.

Opening act[edit]

  • DJ Ryland Lynch
  • Jorge Blanco (Europe: September 24 – October 22)
  • Lucas Nord.

Setlist[edit]

  1. "If"
  2. "Need You Tonight"
  3. "Easy Love]]"
  4. "All Night"
  5. "(I Can't) Forget About You"
  6. "F.E.E.L.G.O.O.D"
  7. "Dark Side"
  8. "I Want U Bad"
  9. "Trading Time"
  10. "Repeating Days"
  11. "Do It Again"
  12. "Loud (acoustic)"
  13. "Waiting on the World to Change"
  14. "Heart Made Up on You"
  15. "Red Velvet"
  16. "Wild Hearts"
  17. "Smile"
  18. "The Chain"
  19. "Did You Have Your Fun?"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
April 27, 2017 New York City United States Gramercy Theatre
May 11, 2017 Los Angeles Teragram Ballroom
June 17, 2017 Hot Springs Timberwood Amphitheater
June 24, 2017 Denver Elitch Gardens
June 26, 2017 Chicago Bottom Lounge
June 27, 2017 Detroit St. Andrew's Hall
June 28, 2017 Toronto Canada Phoenix Concert Theatre
June 30, 2017 Boston United States Paradise
July 1, 2017 Darien Lake Darien Performing Arts Center
July 17, 2017 San Francisco Great American Music Hall
July 19, 2017 Seattle The Crocodile
July 2, 2017 Philadelphia Theatre of Living Arts
July 4, 2017 Baltimore Baltimore Sound Stage
July 5, 2017 Charlotte The Underground
July 7, 2017 Atlanta The Loft
July 8, 2017 Orlando The Plaza Live
July 10, 2017 Houston White Oak
July 11, 2017 Dallas Trees
July 12, 2017 Austin Parish
July 14, 2017 Tucson Rialto Theatre
July 15, 2017 San Diego Soma
July 16, 2017 Pomona The Glasshouse
July 20, 2017 Portland Wonder Ballroom
August 10, 2017 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey
August 12, 2017 Guadalajara Teatro Diana
August 13, 2017 Mexico City Pepsi Center
August 19, 2017 Oklahoma City United States Starlight Amphitheater
Europe
September 13, 2017 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
September 14, 2017 Belfast Northern Ireland Mandela Hall
September 16, 2017 Glasgow Scotland O2 ABC
September 17, 2017 Nottingham England Rock City
September 18, 2017 Bristol The Fleece
September 20, 2017 Manchester O2 Ritz
September 22, 2017 London KOKO
September 24, 2017 Paris France Le Trianon
September 26, 2017 Amsterdam Netherlands Melkweg
September 27, 2017 Copenhagen Denmark Amager Bio
September 29, 2017 Oslo Norway Vulkan Arena
September 30, 2017 Stockholm Sweden Fryshuset
October 1, 2017 Malmö Kulturbolaget
October 3, 2017 Berlin Germany Bi Nuu
October 4, 2017 Prague Czech Republic Roxy Prague
October 5, 2017 Vienna Austria Simm City
October 6, 2017 Munich Germany Technikum
October 8, 2017 Antwerp Belgium Trix
October 10, 2017 Zürich Switzerland Dynamo
October 11, 2017 Rome Italy Orion Live Club
October 12, 2017 Milan Live Club
October 13, 2017 Lyon France Ninkasi Kao
October 15, 2017 Madrid Spain Palacio Vistalegre
October 17, 2017 Barcelona Razzmatazz
October 18, 2017 Toulouse France Connexion Live
October 20, 2017 Cologne Germany Jungle Club
October 22, 2017 Warsaw Poland Progresja
South America
November 26, 2017 São Paulo Brazil Audio Club
November 28, 2017 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Luna Park
November 30, 2017 Santiago Chile Teatro Caupolicán
December 2, 2017 Lima Peru Anfiteatro del Parque de la Exposición
Asia
January 23, 2018 Tokyo Japan Zepp Tokyo
January 24, 2018
January 25, 2018 Osaka Zepp Namba

Promotional tours[edit]

3M Tour[edit]

3M Tour
Tour by R5
Associated albumReady Set Rock
Start dateNovember 18, 2012
End dateNovember 20, 2012
Legs1
No. of shows3 total[78]
R5 concert chronology

3M Tour was the first promotional concert tour by band R5.[79] The concert series's name was inspired by the title of the three cities, all beginning with "M".[11] The tour included only three dates: Madison on November 18, 2012, Milwaukee on November 19 and Minneapolis on November 20.[80] The tour included the first time the possibility to buy VIP tickets, including prizes, photographs and meet the band.[81] The setlist consisted in songs of their first extended play Ready Set Rock, released in 2010 and The Ting Tings's cover version of "Shut Up and Let Me Go". After the tour, the band released a mini-documentary about the concert on their official channel on December 20, 2012.[82]

Setlist
  1. "Crazy 4 U"
  2. Medley: "Heartbeat" / "Not a Love Song"
  3. "Heard It on the Radio"
  4. "Can You Feel It"
  5. "Say You'll Stay
  6. "Cali Girls"
  7. "Keep Away"
  8. "Shut Up and Let Me Go" (The Ting Tings cover)
  9. "What Do I Have to Do?"
  10. "Love To Love Her"
  11. "Wishing I Was 23"
  12. "Take U There"
  13. "A Billion Hits"
Tour dates
Date City Country Venue
North America[20]
November 18, 2012 Madison United States The Loft
November 19, 2012 Milwaukee Turner Hall
November 20, 2012 Minneapolis Gabooze

Dancing Out My Pants Tour[edit]

Dancing Out My Pants Tour
Tour by R5
Associated albumLouder
Start dateSeptember 3, 2013
End dateSeptember 27, 2013
Legs1
No. of shows7 total[83]
R5 concert chronology
  • 3M Tour Tour
    (2012)
  • Dancing Out My Pants Tour
    (2013)
  • Live and Again
    (2017)

Dancing Out My Pants Tour was the second promotional concert tour by band R5.[52] The tour served to promote the debut album of the band, Louder, traveling in North America. The also played some previous songs and The Script's cover "Breakeven".[84] The tour started on September 3, 2013, in Orlando, Florida, and ending on September 27, in Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, Connecticut.[85]

Setlist
  1. "(I Can't) Forget About You"
  2. "Here Comes Forever"
  3. "Pass Me By"
  4. "Crazy 4 U"
  5. "I Want You Bad"
  6. "What Do I Have to Do?"
  7. "A Billion Hits"
  8. "If I Can't Be With You"
  9. "Breakeven" (The Script cover)
  10. "Love Me Like That"
  11. "Wishing I Was 23"
  12. "Fallin' for You"
  13. "Cali Girls"
  14. "Ain't No Way We're Goin' Home"
  15. "One Last Dance"
  16. "Loud"
Tour dates
Date City Country Venue
North America[86]
September 3, 2013 Orlando United States Hard Rock Cafe
September 6, 2013 Atlanta Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
September 13, 2013 Pomona Child Development Center
September 19, 2013 Rosemont Rosemont Theatre
September 23, 2013 Toronto Canada Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
September 26, 2013 Sayreville United States Standard Ballroom
September 27, 2013 Mashantucket Pequot Tribe Foxwoods Resort Casino

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