Ending on a High Note – Farewell Tour 2010

“We will cover the world map with very special shows, especially in places where we haven’t played for many years, and we’ll end things with a bang” – a-ha

In 2010, a-ha made a final world tour to celebrate their long career and to end their collaboration on a high note. The tour included South- and North-America, Europe, Russia and Japan. It was a mix of huge football stadiums, large indoor arenas and smaller concert halls. The last a-ha concert was held at Oslo Spektrum, Norway on 4 December.



4 March: Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina
9 March: Alameda Quality Center, Bauru, Brazil
10 March: Credicard Hall, Sao Paulo, Brazil
13 March: Citibank Hall, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
14 March: Chevrolet Hall, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
16 March: Ginasio Nilson Nelson, Brasilia, Brazil
18 March: Chevrolet Hall, Recife, Brazil
20 March: Siara Hall, Fortaleza, Brazil
23 March: Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile

6 May: Nokia Theatre, New York, USA
7 May: Nokia Theatre, New York, USA
8 May: Nokia Theatre, New York, USA
10 May: Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada
13 May: Riviera Theatre, Chicago, USA
15 May: Club Nokia, Los Angeles, USA
16 May: Club Nokia, Los Angeles, USA
28 May: HockeyPark, Mönchengladbach, Germany
29 May: Arena Trier, Trier, Germany

1 June: Sparkassen Arena, Kiel, Germany
6 June: Hessentag, Stadtallendorf, Germany

14 July: Sportarena, Budapest, Hungary
16 July: Clam Castle, Linz, Austria
17 July: Live at Sunset Festival, Zurich, Switzerland
18 July: Schloss Salem, Salem, Germany
23 July: Schlossplatz, Emmendingen, Germany
24 July: Gerry Weber Stadion, Halle, Germany
25 July: Elbufer, Dresden, Germany

7 August: Summer Sonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan
8 August: Summer Sonic Festival, Osaka, Japan
21 August: Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo, Norway
28 August: Brann Stadium, Bergen, Norway

2 September: Rått og Råde Festival, Stavanger, Norway
3 September: Døgnvill Festival, Tromsø, Norway
4 September: Lerkendal Stadium, Trondheim, Norway
11 September: Sør Arena, Kristiansand, Norway

4 October: Oslo Konserthus, Oslo, Norway (HHAL/SD concert)
6 October: Heaven, London, UK (free gig for ticket winners)
8 October: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK (HHAL/SD concert)
10 October: Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, Holland
11 October: Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
12 October: Le Zenith, Paris, France
14 October: Palacio Vista Alegre, Madrid, Spain
15 October: St. Jordi Club, Barcelona, Spain
17 October: St Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland
18 October: Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
19 October: Porsche Arena, Stuttgart, Germany
21 October: Arena NV, Nürnberg, Germany
22 October: Arena Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany
23 October: Stadthalle, Rostock, Germany
25 October: Volkswagenhalle, Braunschweig, Germany
26 October: SAP Arena, Mannheim, Germany
28 October: Color Line Arena, Hamburg, Germany
29 October: O2 World Arena, Berlin, Germany

1 November: Arena Riga, Riga, Latvia
2 November: Siemens Arena, Vilnius, Lithuania
4 November: Palace of Sports, Kiev, Ukraine
6 November: Palace of Sports, Minsk, Belarus
9 November: Olimpiysky Arena, Moscow, Russia
11 November: Ice Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia
15 November: Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK
16 November: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, UK
17 November: Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, UK
19 November: LG Arena, Birmingham, UK
20 November: MEN Arena, Manchester, UK
21 November: Trent FM Arena, Nottingham, UK
23 November: Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, UK
25 November: CIA, Cardiff, UK
26 November: BIC, Bournemouth, UK
27 November: Wembley Arena, London, UK
30 November: Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway

2 December: Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
3 December: Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
4 December: Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway

Number of concerts on the 2010 farewell tour: 73

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