Up in Arms Tour
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|Tour by Switchfoot|
|Number of shows||34|
|Switchfoot concert chronology|
Following the recent trend set by the band's previous, wildly successful Appetite for Construction Tour, the Up In Arms Tour again prominently featured a meaningful cause to the bandmembers. Between the opening bands' performances and Switchfoot's main set, Jamie Tworkowski, the founder of TWLOHA, gave a short message about the organization. 
The tour primarily visited small rock clubs, college campuses, and small amphitheatres. After a mostly arena/small stadium tour for "Appetite," Switchfoot returned to their preferred venue demographic.
Show and set list
The opening act every show was the UK pop rock outfit, Athlete (there were two exceptions being the Asheville show, in which the slot was taken by the South African trio Civil Twilight due to Joel Pott becoming ill, and the Stamford and Rutgers shows, where they were replaced by Luna Halo). In addition to Athlete, several other bands also opened for Switchfoot during the tour. The Myriad, Emery, Sparky's Flaw, and Anthony Raneri from Bayside (band) all played select shows throughout the tour. The band brought back "Love Is the Movement" for this tour, due to it being used as a slogan for TWLOHA.
The setlist generally consisted of the following, with minor variations in song order:
- "Meant to Live intro
- "Oh! Gravity."
- "This Is Your Life"
- "Gone/Crazy in Love mash-up"
- "We Are One Tonight/The Shadow Proves the Sunshine mash-up"
- "Love Is the Movement"
- "This Is Home"
- "Dirty Second Hands"
- "American Dream"
- "On Fire"
- "Meant to Live"
- "Dare You to Move"
- You tell me to live. We were meant to live. - published February 12, 2008 (retrieved March 12, 2008)