The Script is famous for putting a lot of work and all their hearts into their live performances (no surprise that they’ve won a Meteor Choice Award in Ireland for Best Live Act over U2 in 2010) so I thought I’ll put a list together that would cover all they’ve ever done.
There’s some good info available online so I was able to pull a lot of them – I’m making it available here so that you can comment, correct or just reminiscence about the “Good Ol’ Days”!
Please note, it’s a work in progress and I welcome all information you’ve got!
Some heavy promo work with live gigs to support the first album before release but details are quite difficult to find.
From Dublin to Tokyo The Script played in 13 countries focusing on the UK and Ireland.
The Script played a whopping number of shows in 2009, 144 at its current count, most of them in the US supporting Paul McCartney, Adele or the X-factor winner David Cook. They played their first shows in Australia this year as well.
With the new album coming out this year the band played 50 gigs mostly in the last quarter of the year. Two third of the gigs were played in their first headlining tour in the US.
Promoting Science & Faith The Script played in 115 gigs in 20 countries from Ireland to Indonesia.
With working on the new album the band only played a handful of gigs this year, mostly in America and some intimate gigs in Ireland and the UK for the release celebrations.
The worldwide Script #3 tour took the band to 20 countries in four continents.
Touring America with One Republic, celebrating album release with small gigs and playing at a number of Christmas gigs, this wasn’t a lazy year either.
The No Sound Without Silence tour is truly worldwide from Thailand to Chicago, covering 34 countries.