Foot Of The Mountain Tour 2009

For this tour, a-ha replace their Swedish backing band with two Norwegian musicians; Karl Oluf Wennerberg (drums) and Erik Ljunggren (keyboards, bass).

The setlist on the European tour include the songs “The Sun Always Shines On TV”, “Riding The Crest”, “The Bandstand”, “Scoundrel Days”, “Stay On These Roads”, “Manhattan Skyline”, “Hunting High And Low”, “The Blood That Moves The Body”, “I Dream Myself Alive”, “And You Tell Me”, “Velvet”, “Train Of Thought”, “Sunny Mystery”, “Forever Not Yours”, “Shadowside”, “Summer Moved On”, “Foot Of The Mountain”, “Cry Wolf”, “Analogue”, “The Living Daylights” and “Take On Me”.

The concerts in South America also include the songs “Living a Boy’s Adventure Tale”, “I’ve Been Losing You”, “Minor Earth Major Sky”, “The Swing of Things”, “What There Is” and “Crying In The Rain”.



25 March: Credicard Hall, Sao Paulo, Brazil
26 March: Citibank Hall, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
28 March: Pepsi Music Festival, Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile

5 June: Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards, London, UK (5 songs)
19 June: VG chart show, Rådhusplassen, Oslo, Norway (4 songs)

2 July: Magic Indulg. Event, One Marelybone, London, UK (7 songs)
24 July: iTunes Festival, Camden Roundhouse, London, UK
28 July: Westfield Mall, London, UK (2 songs)

6 August: SWR3 concert, Neuwied, Germany
14 August: WCA Opening Show, Berlin, Germany (2 songs)
20 August: Media conference, Brussels, Belgium (4 songs)

19 September: New Pop Festival, Baden-Baden, Germany (4 songs)

27 October: Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany
28 October: O2 World Arena, Berlin, Germany
30 October: Color Line Arena, Hamburg, Germany
31 October: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany

2 November: National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, UK
3 November: MEN Arena, Manchester, UK
4 November: O2 Arena, London, UK
6 November: Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
7 November: Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
10 November: Bobino Hall, Paris, France
11 November: Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium
12 November: König Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen, Germany
14 November: TUI Arena, Hannover, Germany
16 November: Messehalle, Erfurt, Germany
17 November: Hala Arena, Lodz, Poland
20 November: Ice Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia
22 November: Olimpiysky Arena, Moscow, Russia
25 November: JCB Hall, Tokyo, Japan

12 December: Ingolstädter Stadtheater, Ingolstadt, Germany (mini-concert)

Number of regular concerts on this tour: 23

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