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Louder World Tour
Louder Tour
R5 Tour
Start December 7, 2013
End June 18, 2014
Touring As Main Act
Number of Shows 48
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Louder World Tour was the fourth concert tour and second worldwide tour by family band R5, promoting their first studio album and debut full-length album with Hollywood Records, Louder.The tour began on December 7, 2013 in Mexico City and ended on June 14, 2014.The tour includes dates in Western Asia, Europe, Central America, Canada and United States.The tour venues were chosen by R5's fans, as R5 designed an interactive map on R5rocks.com, where fans could vote for where they wanted R5 to perform. During the concert in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the vocalist Ross Lynch recorded his television film Teen Beach Movie.

Critical receptionEdit

The Celeb Secrets 4 U called the show "different and amazing". He also said that the songs are "catchy and upbeat" and cited as highlights "(I Can't) Forget About You", "I Want U Bad", "What Do I Have To Do" and Prince's cover "Let's Go Crazy". Jenny Williams to Light Out said the live performance on the tour is exciting and energizing and "awareness of modern popular references, full of bright and cheery tracks with strong, unforgettable hooks". She also commented that "Ain’t No Way" and "If I Can’t Be With You" had great performances.

Adrii Cortés to El Nuevo Dia said the band has evolved compared to previous tours and was more rock and roll and the concert was great.Joshua Betancourt Ruiz to Akistoi made a mixed critical about Puerto Rico concert. He said the band arrived 1h30 late, the concert had technical problems and had no effect and original stage as in the United States. But he also said the band was catchy and had energy and adrenaline.

Broadcast and recordingsEdit

On February 28, 2014 Ross announced that the band would record the London concert, on March 4, 2014 on The O2, during their European leg. He said "We are gonna film our show in London on Tuesday! Who wants some camera time?". They planned to launch a concert movie, but it never happened.On 25 April 2014 the band released the first tour live video, the OneRepublic's cover "Counting Stars", featured the British band The Vamps. Weekly, another five videos were released: "(I Can't) Forget About You", on May 1,"Ain't No Way We're Goin' Home", on May 8,"Loud", on May 16, "Pass Me By", on May 22,and "One Last Dance, on May 29.They also released an extended play, Live in London, with the six songs.

Opening actsEdit

  • DJ Ryland Lynch (Europe and Asia)
  • Brandon and Savannah (North America, United Kingdom and Ireland)

SetlistEdit

  1. "Girls" (The 1975 cover)
  2. "(I Can't) Forget About You"
  3. "Here Comes Forever"
  4. "Fallin' For You"
  5. "Pass Me By"
  6. "Wishing I Was 23"
  7. "Love Me Again" (John Newman cover)
  8. "What Do I Have To Do?" / "Valerie (Amy Winehouse cover)
  9. "A Billion Hits"
  10. "If I Can't Be With You"
  11. "Love Me Like That"
  12. "One Last Dance"
  13. "Counting Stars" (OneRepublic cover)
  14. "I Want U Bad"
  15. "Cali Girls"
  16. "Ain't No Way We're Goin' Home"
  17. "Loud"
  • During selected concerts the band performed The Ting Tings cover's "Shut Up and Let Me Go.
  • During selected concerts the band performed Prince's cover "Let's Go Crazy".
  • The Neon Trees cover "Sleeping with a Friend" was performed in Amsterdam and Munich.

Tour datesEdit

Date City Country Venue
North America
December 7, 2013 Mexico City Mexico Teatro Metropólitan
Central America
January 4, 2014 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum
January 5, 2014 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Teatro Nacional
Europe
February 5, 2014 Warsaw Poland Proxima
Western Asia
February 8, 2014 Tel Aviv Israel Theater Club
Europe
February 10, 2014 Oslo Norway Parkteatret
February 11, 2014 Stockholm Sweden Fryshuset Klubben
February 12, 2014 Copenhagen Denmark Vega Small Hall
February 13, 2014 Berlin Germany Kesselhaus
February 15, 2014 Mannheim Alte Seilerei
February 16, 2014 Hamburg Knust
February 17, 2014 Cologne Gloria
February 19, 2014 Antwerp Belgium Arenberg
February 20, 2014 Amsterdam Netherlands Old Hall Melkweg
February 22, 2014 Munich Germany Backstage
February 23, 2014 Milan Italy Magazzini
February 25, 2014 Barcelona Spain Bikini
February 26, 2014 Madrid Shoko Live
February 28, 2014 Paris France La Cigale
March 3, 2014 Birmingham England Library
March 4, 2014 London Indig02
March 5, 2014 Manchester Club Academy
March 6, 2014 Glasgow Scotland ABC 02
March 8, 2014 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
North America
April 2, 2014 Montreal Canada Metropolis
April 3, 2014 Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre
April 4, 2014 Kingston Rogers K-Rock Centre
April 5, 2014 London, Ontario Budweiser Gardens
April 7, 2014 Hamilton Copps Coliseum
April 8, 2014 Oshawa General Motors Centre
April 12, 2014 Winnipeg Burton Cummings Theatre
April 13, 2014 Saskatoon Odeon Events Centre
April 14, 2014 Calgary Jack Singer Concert Hall
April 15, 2014 Edmonton Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
April 17, 2014 Vancouver Queen Elizabeth Theatre
May 23, 2014 Norfolk United States The Norva
May 24, 2014 Richmond The National
May 25, 2014 Jackson Township Six Flags Great Adventure
May 27, 2014 Nashville Rocketown
May 28, 2014 Columbus Newport Music Hall
May 29, 2014 Pittsburgh Stage AE
May 30, 2014 Philadelphia Mann Center
June 4, 2014 Cleveland House of Blues
June 6, 2014 York Pullo Center
June 10, 2014 New York City Best Buy Theater
Europe
June 14, 2014 Lisbon Portugal Coliseu dos Recreios
June 15, 2014 Braga Theatre Circo
June 18, 2014 London England O2 Academy Islington

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