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50 Year Anniversary World Tour (Neil Diamond)

50 Year Anniversary World Tour is a Neil Diamond tour which marked the 50th Anniversary of his first hit single, "Solitary Man," released in 1966. It began in Fresno, California on April 7, 2017, and was scheduled to conclude at The O2 Arena in L ...

Brothers in Arms Tour

The Brothers in Arms Tour was a concert tour by British rock band Dire Straits. The tour promoted and supported the groups fifth album, Brothers in Arms, which was released in May 1985. The tour began on 25 April 1985 and ended on 26 April 1986 i ...

Communique Tour

The Communique Tour was a 1979 concert tour of Europe and North American by the British rock band Dire Straits, supporting their second album, Communique, released in June 1979. The tour started on 11 February 1979 in Rotterdam and consisted of 1 ...

Dire Straits Tour

The Dire Straits Tour was the first concert tour by the British rock band Dire Straits. The tour started on 9 June 1978 and included 55 concerts throughout Europe, ending on 18 November 1978. The tour promoted and supported the release of the ban ...

Love over Gold Tour

The Love over Gold Tour was a concert tour by British rock band Dire Straits of Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. The tour started on 30 November 1982 in Guildford, England, included 92 concerts in 61 cities, and ended on 23 July 1983 in ...

On Every Street Tour

The On Every Street Tour was the final concert tour by British rock band Dire Straits, supporting their sixth and final album, On Every Street. It lasted from 23 August 1991 to 9 October 1992, and included 229 shows in 19 countries throughout Eur ...

On Location Tour

The On Location Tour was a concert tour by British rock band Dire Straits of North America, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe, consisting of 115 concerts. The tour started on 22 October 1980 in Vancouver, British Columbia and ended on 6 July 198 ...

Accidents & Accusations Tour

The Accidents & Accusations World Tour was a concert tour by the Dixie Chicks. It was their first tour where tickets were sold after the scandal which ensued in 2003 when lead singer Natalie Maines publicly criticized President George W. Bush at ...

DCX MMXVI World Tour

The DCX MMXVI World Tour was the fifth headlining concert tour from American country music trio Dixie Chicks. It started on April 16, 2016, in Antwerp, Belgium and finished on April 18, 2017, in London, Ontario, Canada. This tour is the first tim ...

Fly Tour

Announced in mid-April 2000, this was the Dixie Chicks first headlining tour. Moreover, the group was jumping directly to playing mostly in arenas. Since the sudden jump in the groups success in 1998, they had played as a supporting act for Tim M ...

Long Time Gone Tour

The group sparked numerous reunion rumors after they were booked to play several music festivals in Canada, for the summer of 2013. The girls performed at the Craven Country Jamboree, Cavendish Beach Music Festival and the RBC Royal Bank Bluesfes ...

Top of the World Tour

The Top of the World Tour was the 2003 concert tour by American country music trio Dixie Chicks. It was in support of their album Home, and named after the song "Top of the World" on that album.

Club Paradise Tour

The Club Paradise Tour was the second headlining tour by Canadian recording artist, Drake. The tour came following the release of Drakes second studio album, Take Care. The tours name spins off from the 2011 song "Club Paradise", a promotional si ...

Would You Like a Tour?

The Would You Like a Tour? was the third headlining tour by Canadian rapper Drake. It began on October 18, 2013 in Pittsburgh and continued until March 5, 2015 with its final show scheduled in Brisbane, Australia. Scheduled for 66 performances ac ...

A Change of Seasons Tour

A Change of Seasons Tour was a short tour by the progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater in Japan, after releasing an EP A Change of Seasons. The tour began October 26, 1995, in Osaka, and concluded October 30, 1995, in Tokyo, Japan.

Chaos in Motion Tour

Chaos in Motion Tour was a worldwide tour by the North American progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater, promoting their ninth studio album, Systematic Chaos, which was released on June 5, 2007. The 2007/2008 Chaos In Motion World Tour started ...

Deep Purple/ELP/Dream Theater Tour

Deep Purple/ELP/Dream Theater Tour was a tour by co-headliners Dream Theater and Deep Purple along with ELP starting on August 4, 1998 until August 30, 1998.

A Dramatic Turn of Events Tour

A Dramatic Tour of Events was a worldwide tour by the North American progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater, promoting their eleventh studio album, A Dramatic Turn of Events. It was bands first tour with the new drummer Mike Mangini, who repla ...

Escape from the Studio

The Escape From The Studio was a tour by co-headliners Dream Theater and Queensryche along with Fates Warning during the making of Dream Theaters Train of Thought album. The show closer is in brackets.

An Evening of New Music

An Evening of New Music with Dream Theater was a tour by Progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater in Europe during Falling Into Infinity demos. Starting April 10, 1997, in Nuremberg, Germany, and concluded April 19, in Bonn, Germany.

The Fix for 96 (Dream Theater tour)

The Fix For 96 Shows was a tour by Progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater in North America, starting December 4, 1996 in Poughkeepsie, New York, and concluded December 14, 1996 in Old Bridge, New Jersey, United States, during Falling Into Infi ...

Home for the Holidays (tour)

Home for the Holidays was small concerts by Dream Theater during the winter holidays. The shows began on December 27, 1995 in Honolulu, Hawaii and concluded on December 30, 1995 in the same place. On these shows, Dream Theater played some cover s ...

Images and Tour

Images and Tour was the first major concert tour by American progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater, promoting their second album Images and Words. Dream theater kicked off a world tour in support of the album, starting from September 27, 1992 ...

Metropolis 2000 (Dream Theater tour)

Metropolis 2000 Tour was the main world tour by progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater, promoting Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory album. The tour began January 31, 2000 in Phoenix, Arizona, US, and concluded October 21, 2000 in London, ...

Music in Progress Tour

Music in Progress Tour was the second worldwide tour by progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater. The tour was in support of Dream Theaters second album Images and Words.

Octavarium Tour

Octavarium Tour was a tour by American progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater. They began touring in support of Octavarium in Europe on June 10, 2005, beginning at the Sweden Rock Festival in Solvesborg. The main Octavarium world tour began in ...

Pre-Images and Words Shows

Pre-Images and Words Shows was concerts by progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater in the period following When Dream and Day Unite while auditioning for a new vocalist. After Charlies departure Dominicis, a group search for a new vocalist, and ...

Pre-Scenes From a Memory

Pre-Scenes From a Memory was a concert by Dream Theater, supporting Deep Purple, after the making of Dream Theaters Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory album. This was the first show Jordan Rudess played in the band as an official member of Dr ...

Progressive Nation 2008

Progressive Nation 2008 was a North American tour headlined by the progressive metal band Dream Theater. Along with Opeth, Between the Buried and Me, and 3. The tour is the brainchild of Mike Portnoy, who stated, "Ive been wanting to assemble a p ...

Progressive Nation 2009

Progressive Nation 2009 was a North American and European tour headlined by the progressive metal band Dream Theater. The tours concept was created by the drummer Mike Portnoy. The first leg of the tour began on July 24, 2009 in Miami and ended o ...

Scenes From a Memory Tour

Scenes From a Memory Tour was a warming up tour by progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater. After releasing Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory album on October 26, 1999, they began touring in support of the album in Europe. Beginning at Doc ...

Train of Thought Tour

Train of Thought Tour was the world tour by progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater, promoting their seventh studio album. Using the now-familiar An Evening With Dream Theater format, playing lengthy shows with a surprisingly sharp emphasis on ...

Waking Up the World Tour

Waking Up the World Tour was a tour by progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater promoting their third studio album Awake. For further information see also Dream Theater album: Awake After headlining the concert on 9 September 1994 at the foundat ...

When Dream and Tour Unite

When Dream and Tour Unite was a tour by progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater promoting their first album, When Dream and Day Unite. After the release of the album, the band was faced with the harsh reality of poorly made with their label, me ...

World Tourbulence (Dream Theater tour)

World Tourbulence was a world tour by American Progressive metal band Dream Theater supporting their sixth album Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence. Dream Theater started with a "warm-up" leg in One-off American Shows in New York City January 19, 20 ...

Dubliners 50 Years Anniversary Tour

The Dubliners 50th Anniversary Tour was a tour in 2012 by The Dubliners celebrating 50 years. The group was awarded a lifetime achievement award by BBC Radio 2 in February. However, in April, founding member and tenor banjo player Barney McKenna ...

Seven Drunken Nights Tour 1967

Seven Drunken Nights was a tour of the United Kingdom, Ireland and the United States by The Dubliners in 1967 and 1968. The tour is named after their major hit single Seven Drunken Nights which charted across Europe and was performed on Top of th ...

Bob Dylan 1984 European Tour

Dylan played some of the biggest and best known European music venues including Schaerbeek Football Stadium in Brussels, Belgium, Ullevi Stadion in Gothenburg, Sweden, St. James Park in Newcastle, England, Wembley Stadium in London, England, Slan ...

Bob Dylan Gospel Tour

The Bob Dylan Gospel Tour was a concert tour by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan that consisted of 79 concerts in North America in three legs, lasting from November 1, 1979 to May 21, 1980.

Bob Dylan World Tour 1966

The Bob Dylan World Tour 1966 was a concert tour undertaken by American musician Bob Dylan, from February to May 1966. Dylans 1966 World Tour was notable as the first tour - actually a continuation of his late 1965 U.S. tour - where Dylan employe ...

Bob Dylan World Tour 1978

The Bob Dylan World Tour 1978 was a concert tour by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. In 1978, Dylan embarked on a year-long world tour, performing 114 shows in Asia, Oceania, North America and Europe, to a total audience of two million peopl ...

Bob Dylan World Tour 1981

The Bob Dylan World Tour 1981 was a concert tour by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. The tour lasted from June 10, 1981 to November 21, 1981 and consisted of 54 concerts in three legs: 31 in North America and 23 in Europe. The tour promoted ...

Never Ending Tour 1988

On the first year of the tour he performed 71 concerts. This is the fewest performances on a Never Ending Tour yearly tour. The 1988 tour stayed within North America, performing 63 concerts in the United States and 8 in Canada. He performed in 29 ...

Never Ending Tour 1989

The Never Ending Tour 1989 started in Sweden with a performance at Christinehofs Slottspark on May 22. This was only the fourth time that Dylan had performed in Sweden. He then performed in Finland, his second performance there, before returning ...

Never Ending Tour 1990

The Never Ending Tour is the popular name for Bob Dylans endless touring schedule since June 7, 1988. 93 shows in all were performed during this year.

Never Ending Tour 1991

The Never Ending Tour 1991 started with The Second Fastbreak Tour starting in late January. The tour started in the reverse of the original Fastbreak Tour, in the first tour Dylan started in North America and moved to Europe but in the 1991 tour ...

Never Ending Tour 1992

The Never Ending Tour 1992 started with a large tour of Oceania. Dylan had performed nineteen concerts in Australia and one in New Zealand. Dylan performed a total of seven concerts at the Sydney State Theatre and six concerts at the Melbourne Pa ...

Never Ending Tour 1993

The Never Ending Tour 1993 started on February 5 in Dublin, Ireland. On February 7 Dylan started a six show run at Hammersmith Apollo in London, England. The tour came to an end on February 25 in Northern Ireland at the Maysfield Leisure Centre. ...

Never Ending Tour 1994

The Never Ending Tour 1994 started with eleven concerts in Japan. Two days later Dylan performed in Malaysia, his first and to date, only concert there to date. Dylan then went on to perform concerts in Singapore and Hong Kong. April 5 Dylan star ...

Never Ending Tour 1995

The Never Ending Tour 1995 started in early March in the Czech Republic. The tour moved on to Germany, the Netherlands, France and Belgium. Dylan performed a large number of concerts in the United Kingdom performing three concerts in London, thre ...