Under the Iron Sea world tour

The Under the Iron Sea tour was the second tour made by English rock band Keane after the release of their second album Under the Iron Sea.

However, due to the extensive touring, on 22 August 2006, Chaplin announced he had admitted himself to a clinic for drinking and drug problems. This initially resulted in the cancellation of three gigs and postponement of their September US tour. The entire North American tour was later cancelled outright to allow continued treatment. As a result, the upcoming UK and European tours - scheduled for October and November 2006 - were considered to be liable for possible postponement depending on Chaplin's treatment. Chaplin then left the Priory Clinic in London on 6 October, although he continued to receive treatment. The tour reached for the first time South American countries (Argentina, Chile and Brazil) and saw the band's third visit to Mexico in late April with four dates, playing at the downtown zócalo in Mexico City, as well their first visit to Monterrey and Guadalajara, with outstanding success.

91 Concerts

- 39 in Europe ( 21 in England, 5 in Germany and Netherlands, 4 in Spain and France, 3 In Belgium,Wales and Scotland, 2 in Portugal and Norway, 1 in Luxemburg,Denmark and Sweden)

- 2 in Asia (2 in Japan)

- 28 in North America (20 in Usa, 5 in Canada and 3 in Mexico)

- 5 in South America (3 in Brazil, 1 in Argentina and Chile)

...amazed and surprised to get to experience such a warm response from the mexican crowd.”

— Tom Chaplin, Keane frontman, on the band's reaction to their popularity in Mexico