Stay On These Roads Tour 1988 – 1989

The backing band on the 1988-89 tour are from the UK; Ian Wherry (keyboards), Randy Hope-Taylor (bass guitar), Matthew Lettley (drums), and from the USA; Danny Gayol (percussion).

The set for this tour is about 90 minutes long and includes the songs “Cry Wolf”, “Here I Stand And Face The Rain”, “Touchy!”, “Manhattan Skyline”, “Scoundrel Days”, “The Sun Always Shines On TV”, “This Alone Is Love”, “We’re Looking For The Whales”, “And You Tell Me”, “Hunting High And Low”, “The Swing Of Things”, “Take On Me”, “The Living Daylights”, “I’ve Been Losing You” and “Stay On These Roads”.

Some of the later shows include “The Blood That Moves The Body”, “You Are The One”, “Hurry Home” and “Out Of Blue Comes Green”.

 

1988

19 March: Showering Pavilion, Shepton Mallet, UK
20 March: Cornwall Coliseum, St. Austell, UK
22 March: Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK
23 March: International Centre, Bournemouth, UK
25 March: NEC, Birmingham, UK
28 March: Apollo Theatre, Manchester, UK
29 March: Apollo Theatre, Manchester, UK
30 March: Opera House, Blackpool, UK
31 March: Playhouse, Edinburgh, UK

2 April: Queen’s Hall, Leeds, UK
3 April: Empire Theatre, Liverpool, UK
7 April: Palasport, Naples, Italy
8 April: Paleur, Rome, Italy
9 April: Palasport, Florence, Italy
10 April: Palasport, Genova, Italy
12 April: Palasport, Turin, Italy
14 April: Palasport, Modena, Italy
15 April: Palatrussardi, Milan, Italy
16 April: Palatrussardi, Milan, Italy
17 April: Palasport, Bolzano, Italy
19 April: Palasport, Treviso, Italy
28 April: Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
30 April: Sporthalle, Basel, Switzerland

1 May: Patinoire de Malley, Lausanne, Switzerland
3 May: Palais des Sports, Dijon, France
4 May: Palais des Sports, Lyon, France
5 May: Maison des Sports, Clermont-Ferrand, France
6 May: Alpexpo, Grenoble, France
7 May: Palais des Sports, Mulhouse, France
9 May: Ice Rink, Istres, Marseille, France
10 May: Zenith, Montpellier, France
11 May: Theatre de Verdure, Nice, France
13 May: Palais des Sports, Toulouse, France
14 May: Ice Rink, Bordeaux, France
16 May: Structure, Tours, France
17 May: Omnisport Hall, Rennes, France
18 May: Palais des Sports, Caen, France
19 May: Bercy, Paris, France
20 May: Bercy, Paris, France
21 May: Espace Foire, Lille, France

2 June: Sporthalle, Cologne, Germany
3 June: Eissporthalle, Kassel, Germany
4 June: Stadion Sporthalle, Hannover, Germany
5 June: Osteenhalle, Kiel, Germany
7 June: Waldbühne, Berlin, Germany
8 June: Weser-Ems-Halle, Oldenburg, Germany
10 June: Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany
11 June: Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany
12 June: Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Germany
13 June: Mozartsaal, Mannheim, Germany
15 June: Martin-Schleyer Halle, Stuttgart, Germany
16 June: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
17 June: Ortenauhalle, Offenburg, Germany
18 June: Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
20 June: Saarlandhalle, Saarbrucken, Germany
23 June: Bercy, Paris, France (free concert)
25 June: Kalvøya Festival, Oslo, Norway

3 September: Sun Palace, Fukuoka, Japan
5 September: Koseinenkin Hall, Kita-Hyushi, Japan
6 September: Kenmin Kaikan, Ehime, Japan
8 September: Kenmin Bunka, Nagano, Japan
9 September: Sports Center, Sendai, Japan
11 September: Kobeinenkin Hall, Sapporo, Japan
13 September: Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
14 September: Yubin Chokin, Hiroshima, Japan
16 September: Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
17 September: Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
18 September: World Kinen Hall, Kobe, Japan
20 September: Bunka Kaikan, Shizuoka, Japan
21 September: Kenmin Kaikan, Niigata, Japan
22 September: Kenmin Bunka, Yamanashi, Japan
24 September: Nagoya Gymnasium, Nagoya, Japan
26 September: Kanko Kaikan, Kanazawa, Japan
27 September: Kenmin Kaikan, Gunma, Japan
28 September: Bunka Gymnasium, Yokohama, Japan
30 September: Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan

4 December: Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK
5 December: Hippodrome, Bristol, UK
6 December: Wembley Arena, London, UK
7 December: Wembley Arena, London, UK
10 December: King’s Hall, Belfast, Ireland
12 December: RDS, Dublin, Ireland

 

1989

10 March: Praca da Apoteose, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
11 March: Praca da Apoteose, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
17 March: Estadio do Palmeiras, Sao Paulo, Brazil
18 March: Estadio do Palmeiras, Sao Paulo, Brazil
19 March: Estadio do Palmeiras, Sao Paulo, Brazil

 
 
Number of regular concerts on this tour: 87

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