Definition of 'on tour'
Example sentences containing 'on tour'
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Now the band are going on tour with their new album Wild World. The Sun (2016)Were you worried about temptations when the band went on tour earlier this year? The Sun (2014)But spending virtually the rest of the year on tour will have some drawbacks. The Sun (2014)Taxi drivers take people round on tours now. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The pair recently split after the singer was spending too much time on tour with his band. The Sun (2012)The composer and pianist on tour with his band. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Bands once went on tour to sell their albums. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We have a loyal and devoted fan base and we are intent on touring anywhere people are interested in seeing us tour. The Sun (2008)There's probably a lot of people on tour that have to work a lot harder. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When we're on tour my band will come in to schools and help with the lessons. Times, Sunday Times (2009)IT'S tough for bands on tour - especially without their games console. The Sun (2014)It's become the most popular prank while the band have been on tour. The Sun (2012)He admits that during his first years on tour he was able to ride the wave of celebrity that came along with the name. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A young journalist grows up fast as he follows a rock band on tour. The Sun (2009)A handy site to keep track of when your favourite bands are on tour. The Sun (2008)I had to turn a few people down on tour but it wasn't difficult. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They met when Oasis were on tour in Europe years ago and kept in touch. The Sun (2010)They've been on tour for years and they know what they're doing. The Sun (2014)We've taken a lot of English bands on tour with us to repay the favour. The Sun (2007)Like a band on tour, three gigs in, the three leaders had settled into their grooves. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She went on tour with the band recently,'to be with my dad and hang out with him. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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