The Against All Odds Tour
|Tour by N-Dubz|
|Associated album||Against All Odds|
|Start date||31 March 2010|
|End date||26 September 2010|
|No. of shows||38|
|N-Dubz concert chronology|
The Against All Odds Tour was the third UK and Ireland tour by British hip hop trio, N-Dubz. The tour supported the group's second studio album, Against All Odds. Every show was sold out.
It was announced that the N-Dubz Christmas Party was not the official tour to promote their second studio album Against All Odds, and the official album tour would be in 2010. The Folkestone show was originally part of the N-Dubz Christmas Party but was rescheduled and was made part of this tour. Two advertisements with the tour dates were uploaded to their official YouTube channel, and a third was uploaded to say that tickets were on sale.
During the London date, as a supporting act was on stage, Chipmunk appeared at the back of the venue. Later on that night after all the supporting acts had performed and everyone was waiting for N-Dubz, DJ Ironik also made an appearance and engaged with members of the audience at the back of the Apollo.
N-Dubz's manager and Dappy's mother were both also at the Hammersmith Apollo concert on the seventeenth.
- "Against All Odds" (Intro)
- "No One Knows"
- "Na Na" (with Skepta)
- "Duku Man" (with Fearless)
- "Strong Again"
- "Breakeven"/"The Man Who Can't Be Moved" (The Script Cover)
- "Comfortable" (Tulisa solo)
- "Should Have Put Something On"
- "Say It's Over"
- "I Don't Wanna Go To Sleep"
- "Let Me Be"
- "I Need You"
- "Number 1" (N-Dubz version)
- "Playing with Fire"
- "Against All Odds" (Outro)
- Encore: Papa Can You Hear Me?
|31 March, 2010||Folkestone||England||Leas Cliff Hall|
|1 April, 2010||Ipswich||Regent|
|2 April, 2010||Derby||Assembly Rooms|
|3 April, 2010||Newcastle||O2 Academy Newcastle|
|4 April, 2010||Glasgow||Scotland||O2 Academy Glasgow|
|6 April, 2010||Leeds||England||O2 Academy|
|7 April, 2010||Birmingham||O2 Academy Birmingham|
|8 April, 2010||Liverpool||O2 Academy Liverpool|
|9 April, 2010||Manchester||Apollo|
|11 April, 2010||Sheffield||O2 Academy Sheffield|
|12 April, 2010||Reading||Hexagon|
|13 April, 2010||Swindon||Oasis|
|14 April, 2010||Plymouth||Pavilions|
|16 April, 2010||Cardiff||Wales||Uni Great Hall|
|17 April, 2010||London||England||HMV Hammersmith Apollo|
|18 April, 2010||Bournemouth||O2 Academy Bournemouth|
|20 April, 2010||Leicester||De Montfort Hall|
|22 April, 2010||Coventry||Kasbah|
|23 April, 2010||Cork|
|24 April, 2010||Dublin||Ireland||Olympia Theatre|
|25 April, 2010||Belfast||Northern Ireland||St. Georges Market|
|12 June 2010||Isle of Wight||England||Isle of Wight Festival|
|16 June 2010||Surrey||Stag Hill|
|26 June 2010||Glastonbury||Glastonbury Festival|
|27 June 2010||Whitehaven||Whitehaven Marina|
|30 June 2010||York||York University|
|11 July 2010||London||Somerset House|
|17 July 2010||Guildford||Stoke Park|
|18 July 2010||Magaluf||Spain||BCM|
|28 July 2010||Ibiza||Es Paradis|
|18 August 2010||Dublin||Ireland||Donnybrook Stadium|
|19 August 2010||Cork||England||Savoy Theatre|
|20 August 2010||Ennis||Ireland||Queens Nightclub|
|26 September 2010||Faversham||England||Willow Farm|
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