Radioactive Tour

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Radioactive Tour
Tour by Rita Ora
ROra 2013TourPoster.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Associated albumOra
Start date28 January 2013 (2013-01-28)
End date31 August 2013 (2013-08-31)
Legs4
No. of shows29 in Europe
7 in Oceania
1 in Asia
37 total
Rita Ora concert chronology

The Radioactive Tour was the second concert tour by British singer, Rita Ora, in support of her debut studio album, Ora (2012).[1] The tour began on 28 January 2013, in Manchester, England, and concluded on 31 August 2013. The fashion label, Pucci, created Ora's tour wardrobe.[2]

Opening acts[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country and venue
Date City Country Venue
Leg 1 — Europe[5]
28 January 2013 Manchester England Manchester Academy
29 January 2013 Newcastle O2 Academy
30 January 2013 Glasgow Scotland O2 Academy
1 February 2013 Sheffield England O2 Academy
2 February 2013 Cardiff Wales The Great Hall
5 February 2013 London England O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
6 February 2013
8 February 2013 Bournemouth O2 Academy
9 February 2013 Birmingham O2 Academy
11 February 2013 Bristol O2 Academy
12 February 2013 York Barbican Centre
13 February 2013 Leeds O2 Academy
Leg 2 — Oceania[6]
1 March 2013[A] Sydney Australia Enmore Theatre
2 March 2013[B] Brisbane Doomben Racecourse
8 March 2013[C] Melbourne Flemington Racecourse
9 March 2013[B] Sydney Randwick Racecourse
10 March 2013[B] Melbourne Flemington Racecourse
11 March 2013[B] Adelaide Bonython Park
15 March 2013 Auckland New Zealand The Powerstation
Leg 3 — Asia
16 March 2013[D] Sepang District Malaysia Sepang International Circuit
Leg 4 — Europe
24 May 2013[E] Derry Northern Ireland Ebrington Square
26 May 2013[F] London England Victoria Park
1 June 2013[G] Twickenham Stadium
8 June 2013[H] Newbury Newbury Racecourse
9 June 2013[I] Manchester Heaton Park
22 June 2013[J] Sunderland Stadium of Light
26 June 2013[K] Floriana Malta The Granaries
28 June 2013[L] Pilton England Worthy Farm
13 July 2013[M] London Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
14 July 2013[N] Perth and Kinross Scotland Balado
26 July 2013[O] Long Marston England Long Marston Airfield
27 July 2013[P] Birchington-on-Sea Quex Park
3 August 2013[Q] Naas Ireland Punchestown Racecourse
4 August 2013[R] Lytham St Annes England Lytham Green
17 August 2013[T] Weston-under-Lizard Weston Park
18 August 2013[T] Chelmsford Hylands Park
31 August 2013[U] Costessey Royal Norfolk Showground

Notes[edit]

Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
3 March 2013 Joondalup, Australia Arena Joondalup Cancelled. This concert was a part of the "Future Music Festival".[27]
6 March 2013 Brisbane, Australia The Tivoli Cancelled. This concert was a part of the "Future Music Sideshow".
7 March 2013 Sydney, Australia Sydney Harbour Cancelled. This concert was a part of "Island Party".
9 August 2013 Haydock, England Haydock Park Racecourse Cancelled. This concert was a part of "Haydock Park Nights".[28]

References[edit]

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  6. ^ Sources for concerts in Oceania:
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