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|Tour by Shayne Ward|
|Start date||12 May 2008|
|End date||29 December 2008|
|Number of shows||21 in Europe
5 in Asia
|Shayne Ward concert chronology|
The Breathless Tour is the second tour by English pop singer Shayne Ward. It took place in May 2008, in support of his second album Breathless. The tour commenced six months after the release of Breathless.
The shows included songs from Wards second studio album Breathless and his debut album Shayne Ward. Each show was split up into five sections each with a different sound and outfit.
Rehearsals started for the tour in March 2008 and Ward appeared on stage flanked with dancers and a live band plus one backing singer.
The stage was created by 'Litestructures' and was constructed from standard components, the stage featured a 16' x 4' ramp, mounted on leg frames, a man-lift, and was set off by 21 polished handrails.
The tour kicked off on 12 May 2008 at the SECC in Glasgow, Scotland with the first leg ending with a show at the Theatre Royal in Castlebar, Ireland on 30 August 2008. After taking a break to record new material in Los Angeles Ward returned to Asia to tour on the Hennessy Artistry Festivals in cities including Beijing and Hong Kong. The third leg of the tour began in Minehead, England at the Butlins Holiday Camp as part of Butlins' Arena Break. and finished with shows in Ireland. The last show of the tour was held at Castlebar's 'Theatre Royal' on 29 December 2008.
- Anusha (United Kingdom & Ireland—Leg 1, select dates)
- Stonefoxx (United Kingdom & Ireland—Leg 1, select dates)
- Chris Mac (Manchester)
- Destiny (Manchester)
- Hope (Minehead)
- "Untitled I" (Video Introduction)
- "Tell Him"
- "Some Tears Never Dry"
- "She Wants To Move"
- "Untitled II" (Instrumental Interlude)
- "Stand By Your Side"
- "Tangled Up (contains excerpts from "Lady (Hear Me Tonight)")
- "No Promises"
- "That's My Goal"
- "Untitled III" (contains elements of "4 Minutes") (Instrumental Interlude)
- "You Make Me Wish"
- "U Got Me So"
- "The Way I Are"
- "If That's OK with You"
- "Could You Be Loved"
- "Just Be Good To Me"
- "Untitled IV" (contains elements of "Irreplaceable") (Instrumental Interlude)
- "Melt The Snow"
|12 May 2008||Glasgow||Scotland||Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre|
|13 May 2008||Aberdeen||Press and Journal Arena|
|15 May 2008||Newcastle||England||Metro Radio Arena|
|16 May 2008||Sheffield||Sheffield Arena|
|17 May 2008||Nottingham||Trent FM Arena Nottingham|
|19 May 2008||Cardiff||Wales||Cardiff International Arena|
|21 May 2008||London||England||The O2 Arena|
|22 May 2008||Swindon||Oasis Leisure Centre|
|24 May 2008||Birmingham||LG Arena|
|25 May 2008||Manchester||Manchester Evening News Arena|
|27 May 2008||Liverpool||Liverpool Echo Arena|
|29 May 2008||Belfast||Northern Ireland||Odyssey Arena|
|18 June 2008||Cork||Ireland||The Docklands|
|19 June 2008|
|17 July 2008||Bundoran||The Marquee Bundoran|
|30 August 2008||Castlebar||Royal Theatre and Event Centre|
|23 September 2008||Wan Chai||Hong Kong||HKCEC Hall 1A|
|25 September 2008||Taipei||Taiwan||Riverside Live House|
|27 September 2008||Kuala Lumpur||Malaysia||Orange Club|
|29 September 2008||Hanoi||Vietnam||Vietnam National Convention Center|
|31 September 2008||Marina Centre||Singapore||SICC Theatre|
|22 November 2008||Minehead||England||Skyline Pavilion|
|27 December 2008||Killarney||Ireland||INEC Killarney|
|28 December 2008|
|29 December 2008||Castlebar||Royal Theatre and Event Centre|
- Shayne ward – Main vocals
- Phebe Edwards – Backing vocals
- Carlton Powell – MD/Keys
- Julian Brown – Drums
- Chris Brown – Bass
- James Hayto – Guitar
- Leon Petit
- Christian Goka
- Ben Weeratunge
- Tamra Lind
- Layla Ellison
- Priscilla Samuels – Choreographer
- Frank Strachan – Stylist
- Dsquared – Costumes
- Holly Day – Wardrobe Mistress
- Helene Spencer – Show Footage (for The Field)
- Paul Higgins – Tour Manager
- Louis Walsh Management Company – Management
- SJM, Aiken Promomtions, DF Concerts – Concert Promoters