Lifelines Tour 2002 – 2004

The backing band is the same as on the last tour; Per Lindvall (drums), his brother Sven Lindvall (bass guitar) and Christer Karlsson (keyboards). Anneli Drecker (backing vocals) appears at most of the concerts in 2002, but not in 2003 and 2004. May Kristin Kaspersen (backing vocals) replaces Drecker in Russia and Belarus in 2002.

The sets last around 105 minutes and songs performed include “Forever Not Yours”, “Minor Earth | Major Sky”, “There’s A Reason For It”, “Lifelines”, “Manhattan Skyline”, “I’ve Been Losing You”, “Cry Wolf”, “Time And Again”, “Did Anyone Approach You”, “Turn The Lights Down”, “Stay On These Roads”, “Hunting High And Low”, “Locust”, “Scoundrel Days”, “Take On Me”, “The Living Daylights”, “Summer Moved On” and “The Sun Always Shines On TV”.

Concerts later in the tour also include the songs “The Swing Of Things”, “Oranges On Appletrees”, “The Blood That Moves The Body”, “Sycamore Leaves” and “Dragonfly”. “Dark Is The Night” (sung by Anneli Drecker) is played in Brazil. “Afternoon High”, “You Wanted More” and “The Sun Never Shone That Day” are performed at some concerts.

 

2002

5 June: Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway (invite only)
8 June: Ullevaal Stadium, Oslo, Norway
11 June: Nosturi, Helsinki, Finland
13 June: Arenan, Stockholm, Sweden
14 June: Store Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
15 June: Train, Aarhus, Denmark
17 June: Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht, Holland
18 June: Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
19 June: Casino de Paris, Paris, France
25 June: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
28 June: Olimpiisky Arena, Moscow, Russia
30 June: Dinamo Stadium, Minsk, Belarus

14 August: Credicard Hall, Sao Paulo, Brazil
15 August: Credicard Hall, Sao Paulo, Brazil
16 August: ATL Hall, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
17 August: Rodeio de Barretos, Barretos, Brazil
20 August: Gigantinho Ginasium, Porto Alegre, Brazil

7 September: Open Air Fest Square, Tallinn, Estonia
8 September: Skonto Stadium, Riga, Latvia
10 September: Zalgirio Sports Stadium, Vilnius, Lithuania
12 September: Tor Stegny, Warsawa, Poland
15 September: Arena, Leipzig, Germany
17 September: Olympiahalle, München, Germany
18 September: Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, Germany
19 September: Arena, Nürnberg, Germany
21 September: Gerry-Weber-Stadion, Halle, Germany
22 September: Eilenriedehalle, Hannover, Germany
23 September: Kölnarena, Köln, Germany
25 September: König-Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen, Germany
27 September: Stadthalle, Bremen, Germany
28 September: Velodrom, Berlin, Germany
29 September: Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany

1 October: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
2 October: Hallenstadion, Zürich, Switzerland
4 October: Sala Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain
5 October: La Riviera, Madrid, Spain
7 October: Le Zenith, Paris, France
8 October: Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, Holland
10 October: Apollo, Manchester, UK
11 October: Apollo, Manchester, UK
12 October: Wembley Arena, London, UK
14 October: National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, UK
15 October: Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, UK
16 October: The Point, Dublin, Ireland

7 December: Zeller Eishalle, Zell am See, Austria
13 December: Volkswagen Arena, Wolfsburg, Germany

 

2003

27 October: Sports Palace, Novosibirsk, Russia
28 October: Concert Hall Ukraina, Kiev, Ukraine
29 October: Sports Palace, Odessa, Ukraine
31 October: Ice Arena, St. Petersburg, Russia

1 November: Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia
2 November: Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia
3 November: UKA Student Festival, Trondheim, Norway
4 November: UKA Student Festival, Trondheim, Norway

 

2004

4 June: Folkefest Festival, Vågen, Bergen, Norway
12 June: Rock Under Broen Festival, Middelfart, Denmark

 
 
Number of regular concerts on this tour: 55

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