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The Script

The Script Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 2,060,880
Category Pop, Pop Rock
Concerts
Jun
11
Principality Stadium
Cardiff
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Jun
15
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
London
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Jun
16
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
London
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Jun
24
Anfield Stadium
Liverpool
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Jun
25
Anfield Stadium
Liverpool
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Jun
28
Hampden Park
Glasgow
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Jun
29
Hampden Park
Glasgow
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Jul
06
Parken
Copenhagen
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Jul
14
Stade Roi Baudouin
Laeken
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Aug
10
The Dome at America's Center
St. Louis
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Aug
14
Rogers Centre
Toronto
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Aug
18
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia
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Aug
21
Gillette Stadium
Foxborough
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Aug
24
Soldier Field
Chicago
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Aug
28
Grizzly Stadium
Missoula
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Aug
31
Commonwealth Stadium
Edmonton
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Sep
03
Tacoma Dome
Tacoma
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Sep
04
Tacoma Dome
Tacoma
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Sep
06
Rogers Arena
Vancouver
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Sep
07
Rogers Arena
Vancouver
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Sep
11
Petco Park
San Diego
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Sep
13
Allegiant Stadium
Las Vegas
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Sep
15
Dodger Stadium
Los Angeles
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Oct
01
Hersheypark Stadium
Hershey
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Oct
03
MetLife Stadium
East Rutherford
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Oct
06
JMA Wireless Dome
Syracuse
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Oct
09
Schottenstein Center
Columbus
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Oct
12
Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
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Oct
14
Little Caesars Arena
Detroit
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Oct
15
Little Caesars Arena
Detroit
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Oct
17
Xcel Energy Center
Saint Paul
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Oct
18
Xcel Energy Center
Saint Paul
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Oct
20
Pinnacle Bank Arena
Lincoln
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Oct
21
Denny Sanford Premier Center
Sioux Falls
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Oct
23
Fiserv Forum
Milwaukee
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Oct
24
Wells Fargo Arena
Des Moines
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About The Script
It’s been a rags to riches glory ride, an emotional rollercoaster, an all action, all-star blockbuster. Three young Dubliners took on the world, with music fashioned from the emotional detritus of their own hard lives raised up by a love of pop, rock, hip hop and soul. In two years they notched up a handful of hit singles, including ‘We Cry’, ‘Breakeven’ and ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’. Their 2008 debut album, ‘The Script’, went to number one in the UK and Ireland, approaching 2 million world wide sales. They played stadium shows with music heroes U2, Take That and Paul McCartney. They played a triumphant homecoming set at Ireland’s Oxegen festival before 78,000 fans and won Best Live Performance at the 2010 Meteor Awards (beating their mentors U2). And to cap it all, ‘Breakeven’ became one of the slowest climbers in US pop history, eventually hitting the top of Billboards Adult Pop Song radio airplay chart after 40 weeks on release. ‘Breakeven’ has sold over 1.7 million downloads in the US alone. But that was just the first draft. Now it’s time to write a whole new Script. The scene is a recording studio in London. Two young Irishmen are listening to playback. Handsome, dark haired Danny O’Donoghue is The Script’s charismatic vocalist and keyboard player. Shaven headed Mark Sheehan is their intense, loquacious guitarist. Third member, friendly but taciturn drummer and multi-instrumentalist Glen Power is in an adjoining studio, laying down a beat. Danny and Mark cannot sit still. They are leaping about to the music blasting from huge speakers, an addictive blend of hip hop rhythms, flowing melodies, sparkling hooks and emotive, story-spinning lyrics, with Danny’s mellifluous soulful vocals riding high over huge, anthemic choruses. This is their forthcoming second album, ‘Science And Faith’, and it is fair to say the band are excited. “We’ve gone from playing little clubs to doing theatres, festivals and stadiums,” says Mark. “It’s a little bit shocking to us as new band, playing to these mass audiences. And we feel we have to touch everybody, hit ever fucker in there.” “I’m just so excited about this record,” declares Danny. “We are more confident about our sound, so you really want to fine tune your writing skills. Find the essence of what we do, songs that mean something, that people would like to sing out loud at a concert.” “We’ve had to really think about who we are, what we are, and why it matters,” continues Mark. “Take all that experience and try and do something positive with it. We really just want to nail that last album. Put it to the wall.” “For me, it’s like working out to the point of exhaustion,” continues Danny. “We come in here and try and give ourselves to the track, emotionally, spiritually, lyrically, musically, whatever we can give, and then walk out here utterly spent. And then, job done.” The studio door flies open, and in bursts drummer Glen. “I’ve nailed that track lads!” he declares. “Wait til you hear it! I’ve got blisters on my hands!” The Script are like this all the time, highly passionate, sincere and poetically articulate, with a tendency to talk over each other in their eagerness to express themselves. The journey to their new album has been a strange one, with many twists and turns. Danny and Mark met in their early teens in Dublin, and had a long struggle for musical recognition, albeit picking up early admirers for their prodigious songwriting talent in U2. They somehow wound up in the US, working as songwriters and producers with such R’n’B heroes as Dallas Austin, Teddy Riley and The Neptunes. A chance encounter with Glen focussed their ideas on making their own music, and the trio was formed. But in the midst of recording their debut album in Dublin, both Mark’s mother and Danny’s father passed away, inspiring bittersweet live favourite ‘The End Where I Begin’. A meteoric rise through the world’s charts followed but, even at the moment of their greatest triumph, they found themselves having to keep their pride in check, as their native Ireland sank into a devastating economic crisis, amongst the hardest hit of European nations following the credit crunch. And this is where the new chapter in The Script’s tale really began. “We were coming back to Dublin victorious, only to be confronted with stark reality,” recalls Danny. “It’s like you've waited for that great day when you can say, ‘I've finally made it’ and everyone else is saying, ‘My life has turned to shit’.” “I actually felt really guilty,” admits Mark. “Meeting my mates who used to tell me I might need to get a real job to support my family, and buying me a beer when I was the one who was suffering. The tables have turned quite considerably, and you want to be a little bit excited and go, ‘oh, man, we just played with McCartney, we just got to number one,’ but they're going ‘I just lost my job’, or ‘I split up with my wife.” “What’s going on in Ireland is a microcosm for the rest of the world,” suggests Danny. “So here we were back in Dublin and there’s a lot of relationships going on and we're seeing people who have met under money, under the Celtic Tiger, and they've never known what to do without money. People are getting stripped of everything, stripped of their jobs and their homes and their furniture, so its going to back to an old thing of drinking cheap bottles of wine, having dinner on the floor, nothing but candlelight, and it’s like they are meeting each other for the first time. But I'm not saying that in a bad sense. Its getting back to reality, you are standing naked in front of this person. That notion really resonated with us, and we wrote a song, ‘For The First Time’. I felt like it was something that could be a real flagship, to set the tone for what we want to talk about, emotionally. And the rest has spun off from there.” The songs came thick and fast. ‘Exit Wounds’, about the damage relationships can wreak. ‘You Won’t Feel A Thing’, about suffering all the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune to protect your most loved ones. ‘Nothing’ about a drunken, broken hearted phone call to a lost love (“We’ve all been there,” as Danny says). ‘Don’t Change A Thing’ about always leaving the door open for the possible return of a loved one. And the title track, ‘Science And Faith’, about the primacy of love in the universal equation. “With all of these subjects, we're always trying to attack at a level where it’s optimistic,” insists Danny. “We're dealing with complex emotions in the simplest of ways, that's what we battle with in these songs.” “On first listen, the subject matter might sound bleak,” says Mark. “But I think being Irish there is this undertone of hope all the time. It’s about having coping skills to get over things. With Irish people, no matter how bad things get, you always pick yourself up and carry on.” The Script are songwriters of the first order, combining thoughtful, heartfelt lyrics with lush melodies. They have fielded numerous requests to write for other artists (including Beyonce and James Blunt), preferring instead to focus on each other. “I feel, honestly, we are three people who write for us, and we write together, and feel those songs, internally, as mates,” explains Mark. “If there was somebody I wanted to write with, I’d probably be in a band with them,” points out Danny. “I love writing with these ****ers! It’s a challenge. You walk in here, you better be on the ball, cause these guys are good.” They still pronounce themselves incredulous that Paul McCartney personally asked The Script to support him at a series of American stadium shows. “That was pretty mad, that he loved our songs, he knew them, came and watched us while we were playing on stage,” says Mark. “He said the reason he picked us was our message is very humble and honest. We're not preaching, we invite people into our world, and our experiences, and to relate to us. He felt like we were dealing with important stuff.” There can surely be no higher honour for a songwriter than the imprimatur of a Beatle. But that’s where the Script operate, in the highest realms of pop, easily accessible yet artistically, emotionally and spiritually resonant. “I don’t see us as anything other than lads from Dublin,” admits Mark. “I don’t feel like I‘m in some big band. We come in and we make really heartfelt music. I get to really express myself in this band. And that’s as far as it goes for me. I’m not trying to change the world. I’m not trying to heal anybody. I generally find most of these songs are healing myself because getting them out has certainly helped externalise the feelings. ‘The End Where I Begin’ is such a poignant song for us, from losing parents, that when we play it people ask ‘do you feel like your reopening those wounds every night?’ Well, yeah, I honestly do. I set myself up for that song, I remind myself why it was written and what it was all about, and then we play it. Yet it’s not tough for me at all. I feel justified. I feel like I’m actually sharing something that you all relate to. You have all lost somebody too. You can all understand exactly where this is coming from. And it feels good to do that.” “You know what the Script is?” says Danny. “It’s the journey from a feeling of devastation in the pit of my stomach, for me to be able to think about that, put it into words, to be able to sing it, a band to play it, for you to hear it, to go to your brain, to understand it and for you to replicate that same feeling. It’s such an amazing thing. You couldn’t work it out with a calculator. But that’s what we try and do.” “And that’s the pay off,” says Mark. “The thought of some person somewhere sitting in their apartment putting our music on because they are hurting and we’re the soundtrack to that emotion, whatever is going on in their life. That to me is the greatest power of music. And I cannot get over that they might choose our record. Cause I do that. I sit in a room and pick out a song to articulate my feelings. It floors me every time.”
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Genres
Pop, Pop Rock
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What fans are saying
Wendy
5 / 5
What can I say about the script other than I love them my heart went out to them as it must be difficult for them without their brother Mark on saying that they did not disappoint
Stadium of Light Sunderland, United Kingdom
Jun 12, 2023
Vicky
5 / 5
"never seen anything quite like that"! they "Paint the town green", "rock the world" and "the energy never dies", except during the power cut 😂😂😂 It was an epic night that I will never forget! 💚🇮🇪🎶🍀🍻👊
Vorst Nationaal Brussels, Belgium
Mar 19, 2018
Sanjukta
3 / 5
Awesome audience interaction and superb display of energy . The calum Scott show really touched my heart , truly unplugged and straight from the heart
Massey Hall Toronto, ON
Apr 13, 2022
Diana
5 / 5
The Script was great but the Orpheum theatre is so small and even if everyone stands up it’s very hard to see the stage
Orpheum Theatre Boston, MA
Apr 13, 2022
Lisa
5 / 5
I was surprised how much I enjoyed them as I’ve never really listened to them much but took my mum as she loves them!
Carlisle Sands Centre Carlisle, United Kingdom
Feb 12, 2020
Anonymous
5 / 5
Absolutely amazing for my first concert. Can’t wait for the next set of tour dates whenever they may be 💚🤍🧡
Motorpoint Arena Nottingham Nottingham, United Kingdom
May 25, 2022
Samia
5 / 5
I was on cloud 9! I have been waiting since 2018 for them to come back and it was worth it!
THE HALL Dübendorf, Switzerland
Nov 10, 2022
Irina
4 / 5
the show was great and they gave it all - it was magical. one thing was missing though: konfetti 😬😍
THE HALL Dübendorf, Switzerland
Nov 10, 2022
Alex
5 / 5
The whole thing was fantastic. Really good that they moved to a middle stage for a couple of numbers.
The O2 London, United Kingdom
Mar 01, 2020
Rebecca
5 / 5
Amazing!!! Can’t beat the picturesque backdrop of the castle and the band was fantastic!!! Great energy and fun!
Edinburgh Castle Esplanade Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Jul 18, 2022
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The Script Tour Cities
Indianapolis, IN Hershey, PA Saint Paul, MN London, United Kingdom Syracuse, NY Detroit, MI Edmonton, AB Tacoma, WA Los Angeles, CA Columbus, OH Lincoln, NE Liverpool, United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom Philadelphia, PA Copenhagen, Denmark Milwaukee, WI Foxborough, MA Toronto, ON Vancouver, BC Sioux Falls, SD Las Vegas, NV Laeken, Belgium St. Louis, MO Des Moines, IA Cardiff, United Kingdom Chicago, IL Missoula, MT San Diego, CA East Rutherford, NJ

Frequently Asked Questions About The Script

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is The Script on tour?

Yes, The Script is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming The Script concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The The Script tour is scheduled for 36 dates across 29 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is The Script scheduled to play?

The Script is scheduled to play 36 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the The Script tour start?

The Script’s tour starts Jun 11, 2024 and ends on Oct 24, 2024. They will play 29 cities; their most recent concert was held in Cardiff at Principality Stadium and their next upcoming concert will be in Hershey at Hersheypark Stadium.

What venues is The Script performing at?

As part of the The Script tour, The Script is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 11 - Cardiff, WLS @ Principality Stadium
Jun 15 - London, ENG @ Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Jun 16 - London, ENG @ Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Jun 24 - Liverpool, United Kingdom @ Anfield Stadium
Jun 25 - Liverpool, United Kingdom @ Anfield Stadium
Jun 28 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Hampden Park
Jun 29 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Hampden Park
Jul 06 - Copenhagen, Denmark @ Parken
Jul 14 - Laeken, Belgium @ Stade Roi Baudouin
Aug 10 - St. Louis, MO @ The Dome at America's Center
Aug 14 - Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre
Aug 18 - Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field
Aug 21 - Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium
Aug 24 - Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
Aug 28 - Missoula, MT @ Grizzly Stadium
Aug 31 - Edmonton, AB @ Commonwealth Stadium
Sep 03 - Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
Sep 04 - Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
Sep 06 - Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
Sep 07 - Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
Sep 11 - San Diego, CA @ Petco Park
Sep 13 - Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium
Sep 15 - Los Angeles, CA @ Dodger Stadium
Oct 01 - Hershey, PA @ Hersheypark Stadium
Oct 03 - East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium
Oct 06 - Syracuse, NY @ JMA Wireless Dome
Oct 09 - Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center
Oct 12 - Indianapolis, IN @ Lucas Oil Stadium
Oct 14 - Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena
Oct 15 - Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena
Oct 17 - Saint Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
Oct 18 - Saint Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
Oct 20 - Lincoln, NE @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
Oct 21 - Sioux Falls, SD @ Denny Sanford Premier Center
Oct 23 - Milwaukee, WI @ Fiserv Forum
Oct 24 - Des Moines, IA @ Wells Fargo Arena
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