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The X Factor 2015 live tour line-up confirmed

Find out all the details for the 2015 tour.

Ben Haenow

The remaining 8 X Factor 2014 acts will head out on the road for The X Factor 2015 live tour it has been confirmed.

Andrea Faustini, Ben Haenow, Fleur East, Jay James, Lauren Platt, Only The Young, Stevi Ritchie and Stereo Kicks will all hit the road to perform songs from the series. Paul Akister narrowly missed out on a place on the tour after being eliminated during last night’s results show.

Talking about the tour Ben said, “I actually can’t believe it, to get to go back and play at arenas such as Wembley and to get to go and meet the fans up and down the country. It’s just going to be probably the most amazing experience of my life and it’s something I’ve wanted to do for a long, long time. I’ve always tried to get into big venues and to do something like this, like a huge prestigious tour, it’s kind of like, yeah, that’s it for me, that’s made my life.”

Stevi Ritchie added, “Wow! It’s crazy, mental really. I never expected to go on tour, you know I really wanted to go on tour, it’s one of my dreams. Wow! I can’t believe it. It’s going to be mental. And to perform in front of thousands of people each week, I really can’t wait. It’s a dream come true. It’s amazing.”

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The tour will kick off on 13th February 2015 in Belfast and will travel to Aberdeen, Bournemouth, Birmingham, Brighton, Cardiff, Dublin, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham and Sheffield with contestants performing classic songs and viewers’ favourites from the TV series.

The full list of dates is:


Friday February 13th –  Belfast Odyssey Arena
Sunday February 15th –  3 Arena Dublin
Wednesday February 18th –  Bournemouth BIC
Thursday February 19th – Bournemouth BIC
Friday February 20th – Manchester Arena
Sunday February 22nd – Nottingham Capital FM Arena
Thursday February 26th – Newcastle Metro Arena
Friday February 27th – Glasgow The SSE Hydro


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Sunday March 1st – Aberdeen GE Arena (AECC)
Thursday 5th March – Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Saturday March 7th – Leeds First Direct Arena
Sunday March 8th – Liverpool Echo Arena
Monday March 9th – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Tuesday March 10th – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Thursday March 12th – London The SSE Arena, Wembley
Saturday March 14th – Birmingham LG Arena
Monday March 16th – Brighton Centre
Tuesday March 17th – Brighton Centre
Friday March 20th – London The O2
Saturday March 21st – London The O2 Matinee show

Tickets can be purchased from /


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