The Against All Odds Tour

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The Against All Odds Tour
Tour by N-Dubz
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Location United Kingdom
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.[citation needed]

Background[edit]

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,[1][2] and a third was uploaded to say that tickets were on sale.[3]

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.

Support acts[edit]

Set list[edit]

  1. "Against All Odds" (Intro)
  2. "No One Knows"
  3. "Na Na" (with Skepta)
  4. "Duku Man" (with Fearless)
  5. "Strong Again"
  6. "Ouch"
  7. "Breakeven"/"The Man Who Can't Be Moved" (The Script Cover)
  8. "Comfortable" (Tulisa solo)
  9. "Should Have Put Something On"
  10. "Say It's Over"
  11. "I Don't Wanna Go To Sleep"
  12. "Let Me Be"
  13. "I Need You"
  14. "Number 1" (N-Dubz version)
  15. "Playing with Fire"
  16. "Against All Odds" (Outro)

Tour dates[edit]

Date[4] City Country Venue
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 Savoy Cancelled
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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