UK boy band OneRepublic are heading to London as part of their European tour.
The tour dates are rescheduled from previous dates, and will see the band play hits from multiple albums such as ‘Oh My My’ (2016) and Waking Up (2009).
When are OneRepublic performing in London?
The band are performing for just one night in the capital, and they will be heading to the Eventim Apollo on Monday, 25 April 2022.
OneRepublic are no strangers to performing in London, and previously sold out a show at London Palladium back in 2020, just days before the first nationwide lockdown.
Where else are they performing?
The London show is the last of their upcoming shows in the UK. Before heading to London they will travel to Glasgow and Manchester, before heading to Paris after London.
Their UK tour dates:
- Sat, 23 April: Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
- Sun, 24 April: Manchester, O2 Apollo
- Mon, 25 April: London, Eventim Apollo
How do I get tickets?
Tickets are still available for the shows in London, but due to it being just mere days away, tickets are classed as ‘low availability’.
The only tickets still available can be purchased online from Ticketmaster. The lowest priced tickets available will cost £116.75, and is located in section BLK11 row E.
What might the setlist be?
According the setlist.fm, the setlist for their tour looks like:
- Good Life
- Everybody Loves Me
- Stop and Stare
- Rescue Me
- Wherever I Go
- Love Runs Out
- I Will Always Love You
- Lose Somebody
- West Coast
- I Lived
- Counting Stars
- Future Looks Good
- If I Lose Myself
Who are OneRepublic?
OneRepublic is an American pop/rock band, formed in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 2002.
The band consists of lead vocalist Ryan Tedders, lead guitarist Zach Filkins, Drew Brown, Brent Kutzle, Eddie Fisher and Brian Willett.
The band enjoyed a slight rise to prominence on the popular internet destination MySpace, and after playing several local shows in the Los Angeles area in 2002, they signed with the record label Velvet Hammer.
Their first album was released on April 30, 2006, two months before it was scheduled to, with “Apologize” putting the band on the map.
Their first debut album was swiftly released in 2007, named Dreaming Out Loud. Apologize was the lead song from the album, and was picked up by the extremely popular band Timbaland, who remixed the song and got huge worldwide success.
The song reached number one in 16 countries, and was even nominated for a Grammy Award.
From then, the band enjoyed relative success and fame, but their next big single wouldn’t come until 2013 when their album, Native became the band’s first top ten album on the Billboard 200.
The lead single from the album, If I Lose Myself charting within the top ten in multiple countries.
But, it was the song ‘Counting Stars’ which catapulted the band to new heights, with it becoming their most successful song ever, even to this day. It went to the top five in countries such as New Zealand, the UK, the US, Austria, Canada, Germany, Ireland and more.
It peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100, matching the highest peak Apologize reached six years prior.
To this day, it remains the band’s only song on Spotify with over one billion streams, sitting on 1.5 billion streams.