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#World Tour

From TheJournal.ie 'This moment broke a little piece of my heart': Singer Joss Stone says she was deported from Iran World Tour

'This moment broke a little piece of my heart': Singer Joss Stone says she was deported from Iran

Stone says Iran was the last country of her world tour.

From TheJournal.ie Lady Gaga cancels remainder of European tour citing 'severe pain' Not Happening

Lady Gaga cancels remainder of European tour citing 'severe pain'

The singer suffers from fibromyalgia, a condition which can cause severe pain all over the body.

Justin Bieber has addressed why he quit his world tour with an emotional open letter on Instagram

“I also want my mind heart and soul to be sustainable so that I can be the man I want to be”

From TheJournal.ie It looks like Taylor Swift might be going head-to-head with the Chinese government Can She Shake It Off?

It looks like Taylor Swift might be going head-to-head with the Chinese government

The difficulty relates to the ’1989′ title of the singer’s tour and album.

Liam from One Direction tried to joke about Zayn leaving, but fans were NOT ready

Directioners are in a very fragile state right now, OK Liam?

U2 announce 'special' shows in Dublin as part of new world tour U2

U2 announce 'special' shows in Dublin as part of new world tour

The band said they would be playing their home town ‘at the end of next year’.

Read Bruce Springsteen's lovely open letter to fans

As his tour comes to an end, there’ll be no more dancing in the pairc.

From The42 Clontarf GAA jersey on globetrotting tour of Barbados, Canada... and Dingle Show Your Colours

Clontarf GAA jersey on globetrotting tour of Barbados, Canada... and Dingle

A unique challenge was thrown down and several players, past and present, accepted.

THERE’S PROBABLY a very good reason why Iron Maiden are considered one of metal’s wilder acts: and here it is.

The London rockers finished the European leg of their Final Frontier World Tour in Norway last week, and deciding to let their hair down after two and half months on the road, took a lift to Finnegans Irish Pub to kick off some steam.

And, indeed, steam was kicked off. Norway is known as being one of the few places where alcohol is more expensive than in Ireland: a pint of Guinness will set you back 66 Norweigan krone, or about €8.30. A pint of Kilkenny ale is the same price. A shot of Jägermeister is €7.70.

But, musicians being musicians, money was clearly no object for the six piece, and their (hopefully) considerable entourage. Here, via The Daily Wh.At, ‘s their receipt for their night on the town, running to a cool 20,109 krone – €2,537.

(For reference, €1 is about 7.93 krone.)

We can only assume that the staff at Finnegan’s got a pretty hefty tip after a night serving that rowdy bunch.

The best part? Their tour wasn’t even really over: the band played the Sziget Festival in Budapest three days later.