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X Factor Live Tour 2012[edit]

The X Factor Live Tour 2012
Tour by X Factor Contestants
Start date25 February
End date6 April
No. of shows34 total

Listen to this concert X Factor Live Tour 2012 or buy cd/DVDs of this concert on amazon The X Factor Live Tour 2012 is a tour which occurs after the conclusion of the eight series of the X Factor. Finalists and other contestants toured the UK and Ireland.


X Factor 2011 winners Little Mix where joined by runner up Marcus Collin,as well as Amelia Lily,Craig Colton,Janet Devlin, Johnny Robinson, Kitty Brucknell, Misha B and The Risk.


  1. Ain't No Other Man (Amelia)
  2. Moves Like Jagger (Marcus)
  3. Night to Remember (The Risk)
  4. Sweet Child of Mine (Janet)
  5. Sweet Dreams (Kitty)
  6. Jar of Heart (Craig)
  7. Rolling in the Deep (Misha B)
  8. Who Are You (Misha B)
  9. Can't Get you Out of My Head (Johnny)
  10. Since U Been Gone (Amelia)
  11. China in your Hand (Amelia)
  12. Reet Petitie (Marcus)
  13. Proud Mary (Misha B)
  14. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (Misha B)
  15. Proud Mary (Misha B)
  16. She Said (The Risk)
  17. Fix You (Janet)
  18. Hey-Ya (Marcus)
  19. Seven Nation Army (Marcus)
  20. Set Fire to the Rain (Craig)
  21. Little Ole Thing Called Love (Johnny)
  22. Edge of Glory (Kitty)
  23. Show Must Go On (Amelia)
  24. You Got the Love (Little Mix)
  25. Beautiful (Little Mix)
  26. Superbass (Little Mix)
  27. E.T (Little Mix)
  28. Don't Let Go (Love) (Little Mix)
  29. Cannonball (Little Mix)
  30. Encore
  31. Medley (We Found Love, Party Rock Anthem, On The Floor, Moves Like Jagger and Edge of Glory (Group Performance)

Tour Dates[2][edit]

Date City Country Venue
25 February [lower-alpha 1] Manchester England MEN Arena
26 February
27 February Liverpool Echo Arena
28 February
29 February Nottingham Capital FM Arena
4 March [lower-alpha 2] London Wembley Arena
6 March Dublin Ireland O2 Arena
7 March
9 March Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
10 March [lower-alpha 3]
13 March Aberdeen Scotland AECC
14 March
17 March [lower-alpha 4] Glasgow SECC
18 March
19 March Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
20 Marhc
21 March Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
22 March
25 March [lower-alpha 5] Birmingham LG Arena
27 March Brighton Brighton Centre
28 March
29 March
31 March [lower-alpha 6] London The O2 Arena
1 April
3 April Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena
4 April
5 April
6 April


  1. The show at MEN in Manchester included a matinee and evening show.
  2. The show at Wembley Arena in London included a matinee and evening show.
  3. The show at Odyssey Arena in Belfast included a matinee and evening show.
  4. The show at SECC in Glasgow included a matinee and evening show.
  5. The show at LG Arena in Birmingham included a matinee and evening show.
  6. The show at The O2 Arena in London included a matinee and evening show.


  1. "X Factor Average Setlists of tour: X Factor Tour | setlist.fm". www.setlist.fm. Retrieved 2018-02-24.
  2. "'X Factor's Frankie not joining tour". Digital Spy. 2011-11-17. Retrieved 2018-02-24.

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