The Keep Calm & Play Louder Tour

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Keep Calm & Play Louder Tour
Tour by McFly
Promotional Tour Poster
Start date 7 March 2012
End date 21 April 2012
Legs 1
No. of shows 30
McFly concert chronology

The "Keep Calm & Play Louder Tour" was the second theatre tour undertaken by British pop-rock band McFly. The tour began on 7 March 2012 and ended on 21 April. The tour promoted material from all five of the group's studio albums, as well as new material from their sixth studio album.[1]


  1. "Nowhere Left To Run"
  2. "One for the Radio"
  3. "Star Girl"
  4. "I Wanna Hold You"
  5. "Transylvania"
  6. "Do Watcha"
  7. "Broccoli"
  8. "Lies"
  9. "Red"
  10. "Sorry's Not Good Enough"
  11. "Don't Stop Me Now"
  12. "POV"
  13. "She Falls Asleep"
  14. "Down Goes Another One"
  15. "Obviously"
  16. "All About You"
  17. "Touch The Rain"
  18. "No Worries"
  19. "Everybody Knows"
  20. "Classics Medley"
A. "Livin' on a Prayer"
B. "We Found Love"
C. "What Makes You Beautiful"
D. "Year 3000"
E. "Somebody That I Used To Know"
F. "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)"
21. "Five Colours in Her Hair"
22. "Walk in the Sun"
23. "Shine A Light"


Only the first verse and chorus of "Transylvania" are played. "Do What You Want", "Red" and "Touch The Rain" are brand new songs that will feature on the band's upcoming sixth studio album. Only a snippet from the opening of "POV" is played. "She Falls Asleep" and "Down Goes Another One" lead on from each other, and only half of each song is played. "Obviously" and "All About You" lead on from each other. "Everybody Knows" begins, then breaks into the six track medley, before returning to the final chorus. "Walk in the Sun" is performed by solely by Danny Jones.[2]

Tour Dates[edit]

Date City Venue
7 March Portsmouth Portsmouth Guildhall
9 March Sheffield City Hall
10 March Manchester 02 Manchester Apollo
11 March Oxford New Theatre
13 March Margate Winter Gardens
14 March Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall
16 March Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
17 March Leeds 02 Academy Leeds
18 March Stoke Hanley Victoria Hall
21 March Southampton Southampton Guildhall
22 March Swindon Swindon Oasis
24 March Plymouth Plymouth Pavilions
25 March Torquay Torquay Riviera
26 March Bristol Colston Hall
28 March Ipswich Regent Theatre
30 March Birmingham 02 Academy Birmingham
1 April Lincoln Engine Shed
3 April Norwich Norwich UEA

Support from LOST?

4 April Southend Southend Cliffs Pavilion
6 April Reading Hexagon Theatre
7 April London HMV Hammersmith Apollo
10 April Cambridge Cambridge Corn Exchange
11 April Preston Preston Guild Hall
13 April Glasgow SECC Clyde Auditorium
14 April Newcastle 02 Academy Newcastle
15 April Leicester De Montfort Hall
17 April York York Barbican
19 April Birmingham 02 Academy Birmingham
20 April London HMV Hammersmith Apollo
21 April Manchester 02 Apollo Manchester