World tour 1986 – 1987

The backing band on the 1986-87 tour are from the USA; Leif Johansen (bass guitar) and Michael Sturgis (drums), and from Norway; Dag Kolsrud (keyboards).

The set for this tour lasts for about 80 minutes and the songs played include “Train Of Thought”, “Love Is Reason”, “Living A Boy’s Adventure Tale”, “Cry Wolf”, “The Blue Sky”, “Manhattan Skyline”, “I’ve Been Losing You”, “The Sun Always Shines On TV”, “Driftwood”, “Here I Stand And Face The Rain”, “We’re Looking For The Whales”, “And You Tell Me”, “Hunting High And Low”, “Dream Myself Alive”, “Scoundrel Days” and “Take On Me”.

Some of the later shows include “Maybe Maybe”, “The Swing Of Things”, “The Weight Of The Wind”, “Touchy!” and “The Living Daylights”.

 

1986

3 June: Concert Hall, Perth, Australia
4 June: Concert Hall, Perth, Australia
5 June: Concert Hall, Perth, Australia
7 June: Festival Theatre, Adelaide, Australia
8 June: Festival Theatre, Adelaide, Australia
9 June: Concert Hall, Melbourne, Australia
10 June: Concert Hall, Melbourne, Australia
11 June: Concert Hall, Melbourne, Australia
13 June: Concert Hall, Melbourne, Australia
18 June: Festival Hall, Brisbane, Australia
21 June: State Theatre, Sydney, Australia
22 June: State Theatre, Sydney, Australia
23 June: State Theatre, Sydney, Australia
24 June: State Theatre, Sydney, Australia

2 July: NHK Hall, Tokyo, Japan
3 July: Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan
5 July: Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan
7 July: NHK Hall, Tokyo, Japan
9 July: Sun Palace, Fukuoka, Japan
10 July: Kokusai Kaikan, Kobe, Japan
11 July: Kokusai Kaikan, Kobe, Japan
12 July: Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan
14 July: Yubin Chokin, Hiroshima, Japan
15 July: Shimin Kaikan, Kurashiki, Japan
17 July: Nagoya-Shi Kokaido, Nagoya, Japan
18 July: Nagoya-Shi Kokaido, Nagoya, Japan
19 July: Bunka Gymnasium, Yokohama, Japan
20 July: Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan
22 July: Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, Japan
24 July: Koseinenkin Hall, Sapporo, Japan

8 August: Waikiki Shell, Hawaii, USA
15 August: World Expo Theater, Vancouver, Canada
16 August: Paramount Theater, Seattle, USA
17 August: Schnitzer Theater, Portland, USA
19 August: Concord Pavilion, Concord, USA
20 August: Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, USA
22 August: Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, USA
23 August: Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, USA
26 August: Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Irvine, USA
27 August: SDSU Open Air Amphitheater, San Diego, USA
28 August: Gammage Hall, Phoenix, USA
30 August: Symphony Hall, Salt Lake City, USA

1 September: Paramount, Denver, USA
3 September: Civic Center, Oklahoma City, USA
4 September: Palmer Auditorium, Austin, USA
5 September: Music Hall, Houston, USA
6 September: Majestic Theatre, San Antonio, USA
8 September: Sanger Theater, New Orleans, USA
9 September: Orpheum Theater, Memphis, USA
10 September: Alabama Bautwell Auditorium, Birmingham, USA
12 September: Fox Theatre, Atlanta, USA
13 September: Bay Front, Tampa, St. Petersburg, USA
14 September: Sunrise Theater, Miami, USA
15 September: Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, Orlando, USA
18 September: Performing Arts Theater, Nashville, USA
19 September: Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, USA
20 September: Midland Theater, Kansas City, USA
21 September: Music Hall, Omaha, USA
23 September: Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, USA
24 September: Roy Wilkens Auditorium, Minneapolis, USA
26 September: Ford Theater, Detroit, USA
28 September: Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, USA
29 September: Masonic Auditorium, Toledo, USA

1 October: Clowes Hall, Indianapolis, USA
2 October: Music Hall, Cleveland, USA
3 October: Tower Theater, Philadelphia, USA
6 October: Mosque Theater, Pittsburgh, USA
7 October: DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, USA
8 October: Chrysler Hall, Norfolk, USA
10 October: Radio City Hall, New York, USA
11 October: Radio City Hall, New York, USA
13 October: Bushnell Theater, Hartford, USA
14 October: Sheas Theater, Buffalo, USA
16 October: Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada
17 October: Ottawa, Canada
18 October: Verdon, Montreal, Canada
19 October: Ocean State Theater, Providence, USA
21 October: Orpheum, Boston, USA
24 October: Archbishop Chapelle, New Orleans, USA (school)

1 November: Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
3 November: Hallenstadion, Zürich, Switzerland
6 November: Theatre du Verdure, Nice, France
7 November: Zenith, Montpellier, France
8 November: Bourse, Lyon, France
10 November: Le Zenith, Paris, France
11 November: Grand Parc, Bordeaux, France
12 November: Petit Palais, Toulouse, France
14 November: Philipshalle, Düsseldorf, Germany
15 November: Circus Krone, Munich, Germany
17 November: Mozartsaal, Mannheim, Germany
18 November: Meistersingerhalle, Nuremburg, Germany
20 November: Alsterdorfer Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany
21 November: Alte Oper, Frankfurt, Germany
22 November: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
23 November: Forest National Stadium, Brussels, Belgium
25 November: Doelen, Rotterdam, Holland
27 November: Valbyhallen, Copenhagen, Denmark
28 November: Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden
29 November: Isstadion, Stockholm, Sweden

4 December: Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen, UK
5 December: Caird Hall, Dundee, UK
7 December: Playhouse, Edinburgh, UK
8 December: City Hall, Newcastle, UK
10 December: City Hall, Sheffield, UK
11 December: City Hall, Sheffield, UK
12 December: Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, UK
13 December: Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, UK
15 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
16 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
17 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
18 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
19 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
20 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
22 December: Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK
23 December: Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK
24 December: International Centre, Bournemouth, UK
29 December: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
30 December: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
31 December: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK

 

1987

3 January: Conference Centre, Harrogate, UK
5 January: Empire Theatre, Liverpool, UK
6 January: Apollo Theatre, Manchester, UK
7 January: Guildhall, Preston, UK
9 January: Odeon, Birmingham, UK
10 January: Odeon, Birmingham, UK
11 January: St David’s Hall, Cardiff, UK
12 January: Centre, Newport, UK
13 January: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
14 January: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
16 January: NEC, Birmingham, UK
17 January: NEC, Birmingham, UK
19 January: Fairfield Hall, Croydon, UK
21 January: Kings Hall, Belfast, Ireland
23 January: RDS, Dublin, Ireland
25 January: International Centre, Bournemouth, UK
26 January: Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK
27 January: Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK
30 January: Gimlehallen, Kristiansand, Norway
31 January: Idrettshallen, Stavanger, Norway

1 February: Bergenshallen, Bergen, Norway
3 February: Skarphallen, Tromsø, Norway
4 February: Leangen Ishall, Trondheim, Norway
6 February: Drammenshallen, Drammen, Norway
7 February: Drammenshallen, Drammen, Norway
8 February: Drammenshallen, Drammen, Norway
10 February: Drammenshallen, Drammen, Norway

21 June: International Exhibition Hall, Nagoya, Japan
22 June: Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
23 June: Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
25 June: Makomanai Indoor Stadium, Sapporo, Japan
27 June: Sendai City Gymnasium, Sendai, Japan
29 June: Osaka-Jo Hall, Osaka, Japan
30 June: Kobe World Hall, Kobe, Japan

1 July: Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium, Yokohama, Japan
2 July: Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
3 July: Shizuoka City Culture Hall, Shizuoka, Japan
5 July: Kosei-Nenkin Hall, Hiroshima, Japan
6 July: Fukuoka Convention Center, Fukuoka, Japan
7 July: Matsuyama City Hall, Matsuyama, Japan
9 July: Nagano City Culture Hall, Nagano, Japan
10 July: Citizen’s Culture Hall, Yamanashi, Japan
11 July: Niigata Prefectural Civic Center, Niigata, Japan
12 July: Ishikawa Kosei-Nenkin Hall, Ishikawa, Japan

5 August: Arenes Theatre, Nimes, France
6 August: Les Arenas de Frejus, Frejus, France
7 August: Les Arenes de Frejus, Frejus, France
9 August: Biarritz, France
11 August: Royan, France
12 August: Escoublac, La Baule, France

 
 
Number of regular concerts on this tour: 169

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