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Loud and Intimate Tour

The Loud and Intimate Tour was a 2015 concert tour by British boy band Five. Following their comeback success on The Big Reunion and the 5ive Greatest Hits Tour, the band played at theatre venues around England, performing selections from their back catalogue [1]. This is the band's first full concert tour without former founding member Abz Love, thus making it their first as a trio.


  1. "Let's Dance"
  2. "Slam Dunk Da Funk"
  3. "It's the Things You Do"
  4. "Got the Feelin'"
  5. "Lay All Your Loving On Me"
  6. "When the Lights Go Out" (acoustic)
  7. "Battlestar"
  8. "Rock the Party"
  9. "Don't Wanna Let You Go"
  10. "It's Alright"
  11. "Satisfied"
  12. "Invincible"
  13. "Serious"
  14. "Everybody Get Up" (acoustic)
  15. "Get Lucky" (Daft Punk cover)
  16. "Put Your Hands Up"
  17. "Dancing in the Moonlight"
  18. "When the Lights Go Out" (full version)
  19. "Everybody Get Up" (full version)
  20. "If Ya Gettin' Down"
  21. "We Will Rock You" (Queen cover)
  22. "Keep on Moving"

Tour Dates

Date City Country Venue
16 April 2015 Bristol England O2 Bristol
17 April 2015 Middlesbrough The Venue
18 April 2015 Glasgow Scotland O2 ABC
19 April 2015 Leeds England O2 Academy Leeds
21 April 2015 Manchester Manchester Ritz
22 April 2015 Liverpool O2 Academy Liverpool
23 April 2015 Birmingham Birmingham Institute
24 April 2015 London O2 London


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