Sticks and Stones Tour
|Tour by Cher Lloyd|
|Associated album||Sticks + Stones|
|Start date||29 March 2012|
|End date||15 April 2012|
|No. of shows||14|
|Cher Lloyd concert chronology|
The Sticks and Stones Tour was the debut concert tour by Cher Lloyd, in support of her debut album Sticks + Stones. The tour visited locations across the UK which kicked off in Leas Cliff Hall in Folkestone.
Lloyd announced the tour in late November 2011, and tickets went on sale on 25 November. In December 2011, two more dates were added due to popular demand for tickets. Altogether, she performed to 28,300 people. All dates sold out.
- "Dub On The Track"
- "Grow Up"
- "Love Me For Me"
- "Over The Moon"
- "With Ur Love"
- "End up Here"
- "Beautiful People"
- "Breathing" (Jason Derulo cover)
- "Dancing on My Own" (Robyn Cover)
- "Complicated" (Avril Lavigne cover)
- "Swagger Jagger"
- "Playa Boi"
- "OMG" (Usher cover)
- "Talkin' That"
- "Want U Back"
|29 March 2012||Folkestone||England||Leas Cliff Hall|
|30 March 2012||Norwich||University of East Anglia|
|31 March 2012||Leeds||O2 Academy Leeds|
|2 April 2012||Glasgow||Scotland||O2 Academy Glasgow|
|3 April 2012||Newcastle||England||O2 Academy Newcastle|
|4 April 2012||Liverpool||O2 Academy Liverpool|
|6 April 2012||Manchester||Manchester Academy|
|7 April 2012||Birmingham||HMV Institute Birmingham|
|8 April 2012||London||indigO2|
|10 April 2012||Bristol||O2 Academy Bristol|
|11 April 2012||Bournemouth||O2 Academy Bournemouth|
|12 April 2012||Nottingham||Nottingham Rock City|
|14 April 2012||Swindon||Oasis Leisure Centre|
|15 April 2012||London||O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire|
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- "Check out Cher Lloyd's support act, SD-JEM". Sugarscape. Retrieved 2014-04-15.
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