LostAlone have toured extensively across the UK and Europe, supporting several bands, most notably 30 Seconds to Mars, Enter Shikari, Paramore and My Chemical Romance. They have also constantly toured the UK and Europe as a headline act in between supporting more established acts mentioned above. Their first ever show was in Derby on 30 January 2005. The band have also appeared on numerous high-profile European festivals including Taste of Chaos, Give it a Name, Download, Rock am Ring, Rock im Park, T in the Park, Oxegen and the Carling Weekend. They have had one headline tour which was in support of their debut album, Say No To The World. In 2008 started with a five-date headline tour of Finland with Wiidakko, then main support to 30 Seconds To Mars in the UK. In February the band again toured with Paramore after which they announced that they would take a break from touring and return to the rehearsal room to write their second record. The band toured as the opening act for 30 Seconds To Mars on their European 2010 Tour and are have recently supported My Chemical Romance on their 2011 UK arena tour along with The Blackout, throughout February. In April 2011, they also toured with My Passion throughout the UK. In February 2012 LostAlone began a 35 date tour as support (along with Mojo Fury) for InMe, followed by a sold out headline show in their hometown of Derby on the 7th April at The Victoria Inn, before embarking on a headline European tour, this time with InMe as their support. Five more UK headline dates in May were announced at the start of April. The band return to mainland Europe in September for a string of shows with Australian band Tonight Alive, the tour then returns to the UK travelling up and down the country.
In November 2012, the band played four arena shows in support of Evanescence along with The Used. The 4-date tour visited Nottingham, Manchester, Birmingham and London.
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