The Neverending World Tour

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The Neverending World Tour
World tour by Roxette
LocationEurasia, Americas, Oceania and Africa
Associated albumsCharm School, Travelling, Live: Travelling the World, Roxette XXX – The 30 Biggest Hits, The RoxBox!: A Collection of Roxette's Greatest Songs and Good Karma
Start date23 October 2009 (2009-10-23)
End date8 February 2016 (2016-02-08)
Legs17
No. of shows256 total
  • 166 in Europe
  • 24 in South America
  • 20 in Oceania
  • 15 in South Africa
  • 13 in Asia
  • 12 in North America
  • 3 in the Middle East
Attendance2.5 million (excluding festivals)[1]
Box office$24,470,954 (based on 45 reported shows)
Roxette concert chronology
  • Room Service Tour
    (2001)
  • The Neverending World Tour
    (2009–16)

"The Neverending World Tour" was the umbrella name used to describe a series of concert tours by Swedish pop duo Roxette.[2] The name was derived from the title of the duo's debut single, 1986's "Neverending Love". Their sixth and final concert tour, it took place from 23 October 2009 until 8 February 2016, and consisted of 17 separate legs which saw the duo performing a total of 256 concerts in Europe, North and South America, Africa, the Middle East, Australasia and Asia.

It was their first concert tour in over eight years, following vocalist Marie Fredriksson's brain tumour diagnosis in September 2002. That diagnosis led to the cancellation of Roxette's planned appearance at the 2002 Night of the Proms concert series. "The Neverending World Tour" began with the band performing at the 2009 edition of that series, followed by a seven-date warm-up tour of Europe the following year, and more extensive tours in support of studio albums Charm School (2011) and Travelling (2012). Despite those two albums being released over the duration of the tour, set lists primarily consisted of many of their greatest hits; Fredriksson was unable to remember the lyrics of new songs because the illness impacted her short-term memory.

The tour received generally positive reviews, with numerous publications praising Fredriksson's voice and the quality of Gessle's songwriting. It was also a commercial success; the band performed to over 2.5 million people by the time the tour concluded in 2016, with a confirmed box office figure of over US$24 million, based on 45 shows reported to Billboard. The tour was due to be extended beyond 2016 as part of promotion for the duo's tenth studio album, Good Karma (2016). However, these dates were cancelled when Fredriksson was advised by her doctors to cease all touring activity, due to poor health.

Background and conception

Marie Fredriksson performing at Odderøya in Kristiansand, Norway on 13 July 2012.

The duo's seventh studio album, Room Service (2001), was promoted by their first concert tour in almost six years.[3] Roxette were due to follow up this tour with a stint performing on the multiple-act Night of the Proms concert series, which was to begin in October 2002 and would see the band performing throughout Europe with a live orchestra to over 630,000 attendees during 52 shows.[4] However, on 11 September 2002, vocalist Marie Fredriksson fractured her cranium after collapsing in a bathroom in her home.[5] MRI scans later showed she had a brain tumour in the back of her head.[6][7] She underwent surgery to successfully remove the malignant tumour, followed by months of chemotherapy and radiation treatment,[8] Fredriksson was left permanently blinded in her right eye, and unable to read or write. She also could not speak for a considerable period of time afterward.[5] All promotional activity for the duo's then-upcoming greatest hits compilation The Ballad Hits (2002) was subsequently cancelled, along with their scheduled appearance at Night of the Proms.[9]

Fredriksson and Per Gessle each released solo albums over the following years,[N 1] briefly reuniting as Roxette to record two new songs for their 2006 greatest hits compilation A Collection of Roxette Hits: Their 20 Greatest Songs!.[10] During the 6 May 2009 date of the "Party Crasher Tour" at the Melkweg in Amsterdam – Gessle's European tour in support of his same-titled 2008 solo album – he and his band were joined on-stage by Fredriksson to perform acoustic renditions of several Roxette songs.[11] Immediately after the gig, Gessle announced to Swedish publication Aftonbladet that Roxette would perform at the 2009 edition of Night of the Proms, which would begin on 23 October.[12] That same date, Swedish newspaper Expressen reported that the duo had been recording material for a new Roxette album since May 2009.[13] Marie also joined Per on stage again on 10th May 2009 at the Cirkus in Stockholm.

Tours and recordings

Per Gessle performing at Bospop in Weert, the Netherlands on 9 July 2011.

The band performed a series of seven warm-up shows throughout Europe,[14] beginning on 4 August 2010 at Leif's Lounge – a music venue at Gessle's own Hotel Tylösand in Halmstad[15] – and concluding on 12 September at the Saint Petersburg Ice Palace.[16] Roxette's eighth studio album, Charm School, was released worldwide from 11 February 2011.[17] Deluxe editions of the CD included a bonus disc containing 12 tracks recorded live in Halmstad, Saint Petersburg and Stavanger during the 2010 tour.[18] The "Charm School World Tour" began on 28 February 2011 and saw the band performing in Europe, Asia, South America, South Africa and the Middle East.[19][20] They performed at London's Wembley Arena on 15 November, their first concert in the United Kingdom in 17 years, they last played Wembley on 15 November 1994.[21]

Their ninth studio album, Travelling, followed on 26 March 2012. It was a successor to 1992's Tourism,[11] although, unlike that album – which was recorded in various locations and settings throughout the world during their "Join the Joyride! Tour"[22]Travelling was primarily recorded in studios in Sweden in-between legs of the "Charm School World Tour".[N 2] "Roxette Live: Travelling the World" was less extensive than the preceding tour: it began on 14 February and lasted seven months, taking the band to Australasia and Asia, North and South America, South Africa and Europe.[19] The first gig of the tour, on 11 February at the Vector Arena in Auckland, was cancelled when Gessle became ill during the flight from Stockholm;[24][25] it began instead two days later in Australia.[26] Live Nation Entertainment promoted the tour, after multiple local concert promoters in the country refused to work with the duo.[27] Tickets for their 16 February show at the Sydney Entertainment Centre sold out within 30 minutes of going on sale to the public.[28] The band went on to perform to over 100,000 people during their ten Australian shows.[29] By the end of 2012, they had performed 153 concerts to a total audience of 1.5 million people.[30]

Roxette ceased all touring activity in 2013, with Gessle rejoining Gyllene Tider to release their sixth studio album, Dags att tänka på refrängen, that April, while Fredriksson released her eighth solo album, Nu!, later that year in November. Fredriksson and Gyllene Tider each toured separately in Sweden to support their releases.[27] A live CD and DVD/Blu-ray box set, Live: Travelling the World, was released on 6 December 2013.[31] The set consisted of footage from three concerts from the South American leg of "Roxette Live: Travelling the World".[32] In 2014, Roxette began the "XXX – The 30th Anniversary Tour", with dates initially running from 28 October to 29 November and consisting of 15 concerts in North Asia and Europe.[33] The release of a new greatest hits compilation, Roxette XXX – The 30 Biggest Hits on 11 November, was timed to coincide with these concerts,[34] except in Australia, where The RoxBox!: A Collection of Roxette's Greatest Songs was released on 6 February 2015—four days before the beginning of a tour there.[35]

Roxette continued touring throughout 2015,[36] performing their first concert ever in New Zealand on 7 February.[37] The tour concluded a year later with a series of shows in South Africa; their 8 February 2016 performance at the Grand West Arena in Cape Town proved to be their final show.[38] The duo's tenth studio album, Good Karma, was released in June 2016.[39] It was due to be promoted with further concerts throughout Europe over the proceeding months.[40] However, all of these concert dates were cancelled when Fredriksson was advised by her doctors to stop all touring activity, due to poor health. She released a statement which said: "Sadly, now my touring days are over and I want to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful fans that [have] followed us on our long and winding journey."[41] By the end of the tour, Roxette had performed to a total of 2.5 million people (excluding music festival appearances) in over 50 countries.[1]

Critical reception

Fredriksson, Gessle and Clarence Öfwerman performing at Marknadsplatsen in Halmstad, Sweden on 14 August 2010.

Neal McClimon of The Hague Online gave a positive review to their 18 November 2009 Night of the Proms performance at the Rotterdam Ahoy, saying that they were given the "warmest welcome of the night. The fact that [they] had to cancel their previous tour due to Marie Fredriksson's well-documented [illness] seemed to resonate with the audience, [and they were] greeted by a crowd that offered thanks, warmth and love." He contrasted Roxette with other acts performing on the tour, writing: "There was one thing that stood out for me as they sang: they looked to be having a lot of fun, and it [was] great to see a band actually looking as though they wanted to be there."[42] Time Out Dubai said that the duo "put on a phenomenal performance" for their 20 May 2011 concert at the Dubai World Trade Centre, but said the show was spoiled by the poor acoustics at the venue. They were also disappointed by the "lacklustre" crowd and asked: "If you want to stand and stare at your BlackBerry, what's the point of buying a ticket?"[43]

The 2012 tour also received positive reviews. A writer for AusPop complimented the set list of their 14 February performance at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, particularly the "near-flawless finale of mega hits", although was critical of the inclusion of "7Twenty7" – an album track from 1999's Have a Nice Day – "one of their least successful albums in Australia, which ultimately had everyone back in their seats."[44] Their gig four days later in Melbourne was praised by the Herald Sun, which said: "From opener 'Dressed for Success', they had one of the most rapturous reactions the Rod Laver Arena has seen in years."[29] The West Australian praised the entire band, writing that they "owned" Challenge Stadium during their two concerts at the Perth venue at the end of February.[45] Fredriksson's performance at the Manchester Arena on 4 July was singled out for praise from The Guardian's Dave Simpson, who said that "the poignancy she invests into their more wistful lyrics suggests [that performance is] part of her recovery."[46]

In a review of their 31 August show at the Bell Centre, the Montreal Gazette praised Gessle's songwriting, saying: "There's much to be said for the way [he] has been able to take the eternal beauty of the I-IV-V chord progression (think "Wild Thing" or "Twist and Shout") – one of rock's most basic and perfect statements – and use it as a foundation for his own evergreens, which still sound pretty fresh. Look no farther [sic] than 'Dressed for Success' or 'How Do You Do!' for confirmation."[47] Rock Subculture applauded Fredriksson in their review of the band's 14 September concert in San Francisco's Nob Hill Masonic Center, writing: "The fact that she can still put on an amazing performance like last night is simply stunning. If I had not known about her history, I would never have imagined that she had such challenges in the past and overcame them in such a way."[48]

By the beginning of the "XXX – The 30th Anniversary Tour" in late 2014, Fredriksson performed the entirety of concerts while sitting on a chair on stage.[49] Will Gore of The Independent said of their 13 July 2015 London concert that there were "any number of '80 bands who make a living from neatly-packaged nostalgia tours. But not many could sell-out The O2 Arena on their own on a Monday night. ... Yet more than any other European band of that era, Roxette bridged the pop craft of their compatriots ABBA with the rockier sensibilities of American counterparts Heart and even Madonna. Their American success is easy to forget—four number ones between 1989 and 1991. Yet they became, unfairly, regarded as a pastiche almost as quickly." He contrasted this with Fredriksson's "current physical vulnerability" while performing on stage, which he called "a genuinely moving counterpoint to the charge of soullessness which often dogged Roxette's critical reception in the past. It might not be too late for a proper reappraisal."[49]

Andy Rudd of the Daily Mirror reviewed the same concert, and remarked that Fredriksson "still hit all the power high notes, despite remaining seated for all the gig." He went on to praise her "haunting" and "beautiful vocal tones".[50] Similarly, Goldenplec writer Mary Sexton said of their 1 June concert at the 3Arena in Dublin that Fredriksson was "sensational; her voice has a gorgeous timbre switching between her delicate head voice and her lower belt voice." Although she additionally noted that "during her solo moments, there are elements of dodgy intonation which may indicate why her voice is a bit lower in the mix. But make no mistake, she is a sensation, and you cannot possibly take your eyes off of her. Her tiny frame swells and fills the stage as she commands the audiences' attention."[51] Annelise Ball echoed a similar sentiment in her review of their 20 February concert at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, saying that "Despite her evident frailty, Fredriksson's voice is as strong and lovely as ever." She concluded by writing: "Fredriksson, you deserve accolades not only for your exceptional talent but also for your strength, courage and grace under pressure."[52]

Set lists

The songs performed during each leg of the tour changed considerably as it progressed, with Gessle initially singing the majority of tracks. He said: "We had to take it step by step. I sang maybe 60–65% of the songs to begin with, and then the more we played the more Marie could sing."[11] Each tour generally consisted of a "greatest hits"-type set list, as Fredriksson's illness "affected her short-term memory, making it difficult to learn new lyrics, while the old hits are inked firmly in her brain."[53]

Luna Park in Buenos Aires (4 April 2011)
  1. "Dressed for Success"
  2. "Sleeping in My Car"
  3. "The Big L."
  4. "Wish I Could Fly"
  5. "Only When I Dream"
  6. "She's Got Nothing On (But the Radio)"
  7. "Perfect Day"
  8. "Things Will Never Be the Same"
  9. "It Must Have Been Love"
  10. "Opportunity Nox"
  11. "7Twenty7"
  12. "Fading Like a Flower (Every Time You Leave)"
  13. "Stars"
  14. "How Do You Do!"
  15. "Dangerous"
  16. "Joyride"
  17. "Watercolours in the Rain"
  18. "Spending My Time"
  19. "The Look"
  20. "Way Out"
  21. "Listen to Your Heart"
  22. "Church of Your Heart"
Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco (14 September 2012)
  1. "Dressed for Success"
  2. "Sleeping in My Car"
  3. "The Big L."
  4. "Spending My Time"
  5. "Stars"
  6. "She's Got Nothing On (But the Radio)"
  7. "Perfect Day"
  8. "Things Will Never Be the Same"
  9. "It Must Have Been Love"
  10. "7Twenty7"
  11. "Fading Like a Flower (Every Time You Leave)"
  12. "Crash! Boom! Bang!"
  13. "How Do You Do!"
  14. "Dangerous"
  15. "Joyride"
  16. "Listen to Your Heart"
  17. "The Look"
  18. "Church of Your Heart"
Adelaide Entertainment Centre (17 February 2015)
  1. "Sleeping in My Car"
  2. "The Big L."
  3. "Stars"
  4. "Spending My Time"
  5. "Crash! Boom! Bang!"
  6. "Crush on You"
  7. "She's Got Nothing On (But the Radio)"
  8. "The Heart Shaped Sea
  9. "Watercolours in the Rain" / "Paint"
  10. "Fading Like a Flower (Every Time You Leave)"
  11. "How Do You Do!"
  12. "It Must Have Been Love"
  13. "Dressed for Success"
  14. "Dangerous"
  15. "Joyride"
  16. "Almost Unreal"
  17. "Listen to Your Heart"
  18. "The Look"

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, amount of available tickets, and gross revenue
The Neverending World Tour
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
Night of the Proms
Europe
23 October 2009 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 164,218 / 170,966[54] $6,417,120
24 October 2009
25 October 2009
28 October 2009
29 October 2009
30 October 2009
31 October 2009
4 November 2009
6 November 2009
7 November 2009
8 November 2009
10 November 2009
11 November 2009
13 November 2009 Arnhem Netherlands GelreDome 186,000 / 192,726[53] N/A
14 November 2009 N/A
18 November 2009 Rotterdam Rotterdam Ahoy N/A
19 November 2009 N/A
20 November 2009 N/A
21 November 2009 N/A
22 November 2009 N/A
23 November 2009 N/A
24 November 2009 N/A
27 November 2009 Hamburg Germany O2 World 250,000 / 266,000[53] N/A
28 November 2009 N/A
29 November 2009 Berlin O2 World N/A
1 December 2009 Oberhausen König Pilsener Arena N/A
2 December 2009 Mannheim SAP Arena N/A
3 December 2009 Stuttgart Schleyerhalle N/A
4 December 2009 Frankfurt Festhalle N/A
5 December 2009 N/A
6 December 2009 N/A
8 December 2009 Erfurt Messehalle N/A
10 December 2009 Munich Olympiahalle N/A
11 December 2009 N/A
12 December 2009 N/A
13 December 2009 N/A
15 December 2009 Bremen AWD Dome N/A
16 December 2009 Hanover TUI Arena N/A
17 December 2009 N/A
18 December 2009 Cologne Lanxess Arena N/A
19 December 2009 N/A
20 December 2009 Dortmund Westfalenhallen N/A
European Mini-Tour[16]
18 June 2010[a] Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Palace N/A N/A
4 August 2010 Halmstad Leif's Lounge N/A N/A
7 August 2010 Sundsvall Norrporten Arena N/A N/A
8 August 2010 Skanderborg Denmark Smukfest N/A N/A
14 August 2010 Halmstad Sweden Marknadsplatsen N/A N/A
21 August 2010 Stavanger Norway Vistestranden N/A N/A
10 September 2010 Moscow Russia Megasport Arena N/A N/A
12 September 2010 Saint Petersburg Ice Palace N/A N/A
1 January 2011[b] Warsaw Poland Constitution Square N/A N/A
Charm School World Tour[19]
North Asia and Europe
28 February 2011 Kazan Russia TatNeft Arena N/A N/A
3 March 2011 Samara MTL Arena N/A N/A
5 March 2011 Yekaterinburg Palace of Sports N/A N/A
7 March 2011 Novosibirsk Siberia Arena N/A N/A
10 March 2011 Kyiv Ukraine Exhibition Centre N/A N/A
12 March 2011 Minsk Belarus Minsk-Arena N/A N/A
14 March 2011 Vilnius Lithuania Siemens Arena N/A N/A
16 March 2011 Riga Latvia Riga Arena N/A N/A
South America
2 April 2011 Montevideo Uruguay Velódromo N/A N/A
4 April 2011 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park 8,293 / 15,321[57] $1,133,320
5 April 2011
7 April 2011 Córdoba Orfeo Superdomo N/A N/A
9 April 2011 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena 10,460 / 12,311[58] $680,420
12 April 2011 Porto Alegre Brazil Pepsi on Stage 5,772 / 7,154[58] $415,637
14 April 2011 São Paulo Credicard Hall 13,351 / 14,126[58] $1,134,020
16 April 2011 Rio de Janeiro Citibank Hall 7,959 / 7,959[58] $594,871
17 April 2011 Belo Horizonte Chevrolet Hall 4,681 / 5,438[58] $384,832
19 April 2011 São Paulo Credicard Hall [c] [c]
South Africa
8 May 2011 Cape Town South Africa Grand West Arena N/A N/A
10 May 2011 N/A N/A
11 May 2011 N/A N/A
13 May 2011 Sun City The Superbowl N/A N/A
14 May 2011 N/A N/A
15 May 2011 N/A N/A
17 May 2011 N/A N/A
Middle East
20 May 2011 Dubai United Arab Emirates World Trade Centre N/A N/A
25 May 2011 Istanbul Turkey Maçka Küçükçiftlik Park N/A N/A
Europe
27 May 2011 Athens Greece Terra Vibe Park N/A N/A
29 May 2011 Sofia Bulgaria Georgi Asparuhov Stadium N/A N/A
30 May 2011 Bucharest Romania Zone Arena N/A N/A
1 June 2011 Budapest Hungary Budapest Sports Arena N/A N/A
3 June 2011 Graz Austria Schwarzl Freizeit Zentrum N/A N/A
5 June 2011 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena N/A N/A
6 June 2011 Košice Slovakia Steel Aréna N/A N/A
9 June 2011 Bergen Norway Plenen N/A N/A
11 June 2011 Berlin Germany Zitadelle N/A N/A
12 June 2011 Oberursel Hessentagsarena N/A N/A
15 June 2011 Leipzig Völkerschlachtdenkmal N/A N/A
16 June 2011 Cologne Tanzbrunnen N/A N/A
19 June 2011 Warsaw Poland Torwar Hall N/A N/A
24 June 2011 Neckarsulm Germany Audi Werksgelände N/A N/A
25 June 2011 Ingolstadt Audi Sportpark N/A N/A
27 June 2011 Ostrava Czech Republic Čez Aréna N/A N/A
7 July 2011 Stavern Norway Stavernfestivalen N/A N/A
9 July 2011 Weert Netherlands Bospop N/A N/A
14 July 2011 Locarno Switzerland Moon and Stars Festival N/A N/A
16 July 2011 Pargas Finland Rowlit Festival N/A N/A
22 July 2011 Copenhagen Denmark Tivoli Gardens N/A N/A
24 July 2011 Gothenburg Sweden Slottsskogsvallen N/A N/A
29 July 2011 Haugesund Norway Haugesund Stadion N/A N/A
31 July 2011 Tienen Belgium Suikerrock Festival N/A N/A
1 September 2011 Tromsø Norway Døgnvillfestival N/A N/A
10 October 2011 Vienna Austria Stadthalle N/A N/A
11 October 2011 Munich Germany Olympiahalle N/A N/A
13 October 2011 Hanover TUI Arena N/A N/A
14 October 2011 Halle Gerry Weber Arena N/A N/A
16 October 2011 Mannheim SAP Arena N/A N/A
17 October 2011 Stuttgart Schleyerhalle N/A N/A
19 October 2011 Oberhausen König Pilsener Arena N/A N/A
Middle East
22 October 2011 Tel Aviv Israel Tel Aviv Convention Center N/A N/A
Europe
24 October 2011 Berlin Germany O2 World 7,172 / 9,327[59] $538,771
25 October 2011 Hamburg O2 World 7,989 / 11,476[60] $610,047
27 October 2011 Nuremberg Nuremberg Arena N/A N/A
30 October 2011 Geneva Switzerland SEG Geneva Arena N/A N/A
31 October 2011 Zürich Hallenstadion N/A N/A
3 November 2011 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe N/A N/A
4 November 2011 Malmö Malmö Arena N/A N/A
5 November 2011 Horsens Denmark Forum Horsens Arena N/A N/A
8 November 2011 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Arena N/A N/A
15 November 2011 London United Kingdom Wembley Arena 12,500 / 12,500[53] N/A
18 November 2011 Madrid Spain Palacio Vistalegre N/A N/A
19 November 2011 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi N/A N/A
26 November 2011 Ischgl Austria Sportplatz N/A N/A
1 December 2011 Moscow Russia Crocus City Hall N/A N/A
3 December 2011 Saint Petersburg Ice Palace N/A N/A
6 December 2011 Kyiv Ukraine Palace of Sports N/A N/A
Roxette Live: Travelling the World Tour[19]
Australasia
14 February 2012 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre 16,625 / 16,969[61] $1,621,670
16 February 2012 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre 27,726 / 28,479[62] $2,324,570
17 February 2012
18 February 2012 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 20,432 / 22,000[63] $1,852,520
20 February 2012 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre N/A N/A
22 February 2012 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena [d] [d]
24 February 2012 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre [e] [e]
25 February 2012 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre [f] [f]
28 February 2012 Perth Challenge Stadium N/A N/A
29 February 2012 N/A N/A
Asia
3 March 2012 Jakarta Indonesia Mata Elang International Stadium N/A N/A
6 March 2012 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium N/A N/A
8 March 2012 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre N/A N/A
10 March 2012 Taipei Taiwan ATT Show Box N/A N/A
12 March 2012 Beijing China MasterCard Center N/A N/A
14 March 2012 Shanghai Shanghai Indoor Stadium N/A N/A
South America
17 April 2012 Caracas Venezuela Terraza del C.C.C.T. N/A N/A
19 April 2012 Quito Ecuador Coliseo Rumiñahui N/A N/A
21 April 2012 Lima Peru Estadio Monumental Explanada N/A N/A
24 April 2012 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park N/A N/A
26 April 2012 Neuquén Estadio Ruca Che N/A N/A
28 April 2012 Mar del Plata Estadio Polideportivo N/A N/A
30 April 2012 Rosario Salón Metropolitano N/A N/A
3 May 2012 Córdoba Orfeo Superdromo N/A N/A
5 May 2012 Santiago Chile Teatro Caupolicán N/A N/A
8 May 2012 Curitiba Brazil Teatro Positivo N/A N/A
10 May 2012 São Paulo Credicard Hall 6,026 / 6,096[64] $430,512
12 May 2012 Rio de Janeiro Citibank Hall 4,175 / 7,771[64] $288,227
15 May 2012 Brasília Ginásio Nilson Nelson 4,424 / 8,006[64] $255,330
18 May 2012 Recife Chevrolet Hall 4,836 / 11,315[64] $254,542
South Africa
3 June 2012 Johannesburg South Africa Ticketpro Dome N/A N/A
5 June 2012 Durban ICC Arena N/A N/A
8 June 2012 Cape Town Grand West Arena N/A N/A
Europe
27 June 2012 Borlänge Sweden Peace & Love Festival N/A N/A
29 June 2012 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall N/A N/A
30 June 2012 Kaiserslautern Germany Fritz-Walter-Stadion N/A N/A
3 July 2012 Glasgow United Kingdom SEC Centre N/A N/A
4 July 2012 Manchester Manchester Arena 5,595 / 7,095[65] $307,030
6 July 2012 Birmingham LG Arena N/A N/A
9 July 2012 Dublin Ireland The O2 N/A N/A
13 July 2012 Kristiansand Norway Odderøya N/A N/A
14 July 2012 Halden Fredriksten Fortress N/A N/A
17 July 2012 Zürich Switzerland Live at Sunset Festival N/A N/A
19 July 2012 Cluj-Napoca Romania Cluj Arena N/A N/A
24 July 2012 GdańskSopot Poland Ergo Arena N/A N/A
27 July 2012 Kotka Finland Vellamo Maritime Centre N/A N/A
28 July 2012 Oulu Qstock N/A N/A
17 August 2012 Bodø Norway Parkenfestivalen N/A N/A
18 August 2012 Ålesund Jugendfest N/A N/A
North America
29 August 2012 Ottawa Canada Scotiabank Place 2,500 / 8,000[47] N/A
30 August 2012 Toronto Molson Canadian Amphitheatre 4,353 / 8,958[66] $255,523
31 August 2012 Montreal Bell Centre 3,480 / 4,346[67] $231,485
2 September 2012 New York City United States Beacon Theatre 2,728 / 2,728[63] $204,232
4 September 2012 Boston House of Blues N/A N/A
7 September 2012 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre N/A N/A
9 September 2012 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome N/A N/A
10 September 2012 Edmonton Rexall Place N/A N/A
12 September 2012 Vancouver Rogers Arena N/A N/A
14 September 2012 San Francisco United States Nob Hill Masonic Center N/A N/A
15 September 2012 Universal City Gibson Amphitheatre N/A N/A
19 September 2012 Mexico City Mexico National Auditorium 8,974 / 9,520[63] $403,680
Europe
6 April 2013[68] Kleine Scheidegg Switzerland SnowpenAir 9,000 / 9,000[68] N/A
XXX – The 30th Anniversary Tour[33]
North Asia and Europe
28 October 2014 Vladivostok Russia Fetisov Arena N/A N/A
30 October 2014 Khabarovsk Platinum Arena N/A N/A
2 November 2014 Krasnoyarsk Ivan Yarygin Sports Palace N/A N/A
4 November 2014 Novosibirsk Novosibirsk Expo Centre N/A N/A
7 November 2014 Magnitogorsk Arena Metallurg N/A N/A
9 November 2014 Yekaterinburg Palace of Sports N/A N/A
12 November 2014 Saratov Kristall Ice Sports Palace N/A N/A
14 November 2014 Rostov-on-Don Palace of Sports N/A N/A
16 November 2014 Krasnodar Basket-Hall Arena N/A N/A
19 November 2014 Saint Petersburg Ice Palace N/A N/A
21 November 2014 Moscow Crocus City Hall N/A N/A
23 November 2014 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall N/A N/A
25 November 2014 Kaunas Lithuania Žalgiris Arena N/A N/A
28 November 2014 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena N/A N/A
29 November 2014 Turku HK Areena N/A N/A
Australasia
7 February 2015 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena N/A N/A
10 February 2015 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre N/A N/A
14 February 2015 Perth Perth Arena 8,951 / 9,235[69] $598,258
17 February 2015 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre N/A N/A
20 February 2015 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 8,747 / 9,048[70] $559,866
21 February 2015 Coldstream Rochford Wines 10,504 / 12,000[71] $883,402
23 February 2015 Wollongong WIN Entertainment Centre N/A N/A
25 February 2015 Sydney Sydney Opera House N/A N/A
27 February 2015 Sydney Entertainment Centre N/A N/A
28 February 2015 Pokolbin Bimbadgen Estate 8,000 / 8,000[71] $702,246
Europe
10 May 2015 Milan Italy Teatro degli Arcimboldi N/A N/A
13 May 2015 Madrid Spain Palacio Vistalegre N/A N/A
14 May 2015 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi N/A N/A
17 May 2015 Bucharest Romania Arenele Romane N/A N/A
19 May 2015 Budapest Hungary Budapest Sports Arena N/A N/A
21 May 2015 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena N/A N/A
23 May 2015 Jelling Denmark Jelling Musikfestival 30,000 / 30,000[72] $304,540
26 May 2015 Paris France L'Olympia N/A N/A
27 May 2015 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall N/A N/A
29 May 2015 Antwerp Belgium Lotto Arena 6,689 / 7,348[73] $333,909
1 June 2015 Dublin Ireland 3Arena N/A N/A
13 June 2015 Trondheim Norway Sverresborg N/A N/A
15 June 2015 Ostrava Czech Republic Čez Aréna N/A N/A
17 June 2015 Sofia Bulgaria Arena Armeec N/A N/A
22 June 2015 Warsaw Poland Torwar Hall N/A N/A
24 June 2015 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena N/A N/A
25 June 2015 Hamburg O2 World 6,205 / 10,367[74] $424,022
27 June 2015 Berlin O2 World 9,823 / 10,949[71] $627,892
28 June 2015 Dresden Elbwiesen N/A N/A
30 June 2015 Mannheim SAP Arena N/A N/A
2 July 2015 Stuttgart Porsche-Arena N/A N/A
3 July 2015 Bad Kissingen Luitpoldpark N/A N/A
7 July 2015 Munich Olympiahalle N/A N/A
8 July 2015 Vienna Austria Stadthalle N/A N/A
10 July 2015 Locarno Switzerland Moon and Stars Festival N/A N/A
11 July 2015 Zürich Live at Sunset Festival N/A N/A
13 July 2015 London United Kingdom The O2 Arena 20,000 / 20,000[49] N/A
18 July 2015 Kalmar Sweden Fredriksskans N/A N/A
22 July 2015 Halmstad Örjans Vall N/A N/A
24 July 2015 Gothenburg Slottsskogsvallen N/A N/A
25 July 2015 Stockholm Sjöhistoriska museet N/A N/A
27 July 2015 Rättvik Dalhalla N/A N/A
7 August 2015 Klaksvík Faroe Islands Summarfestivalurin N/A N/A
15 August 2015 Vaasa Finland Kaarlen kenttä N/A N/A
22 August 2015 Drammen Norway Drammen Elvefestival N/A N/A
South Africa
31 January 2016 Johannesburg South Africa Ticketpro Dome N/A N/A
2 February 2016 Durban ICC Arena N/A N/A
5 February 2016 Port Elizabeth Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium N/A N/A
7 February 2016 Cape Town Grand West Arena N/A N/A
8 February 2016 N/A N/A

Cancelled or rescheduled shows

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation.
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Date City Country Venue Reason
Charm School World Tour
18 March 2011 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall Fredriksson diagnosed with laryngitis.[75]
1 April 2011 Mexico City Mexico Vive Cuervo Salón Cancelled for unknown reason before tickets went on sale to the public.[76]
Roxette Live: Travelling the World Tour
11 February 2012 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena Gessle diagnosed with mystery illness on flight from Stockholm.[24]
18 April 2012 Bogotá Colombia Simón Bolívar Park Cancelled for unknown reason before tickets went on sale to the public.[76]
4 May 2012 Asunción Paraguay Rakiura Resort Scheduling conflict.[77]
21 July 2012 Brøndby Denmark Svanholm Park Logistical issues.[78]
3 September 2012 Boston United States Orpheum Theatre Moved to House of Blues.[79]
XXX – The 30th Anniversary Tour
5 July 2015 Mainz Germany Nordmole Zollhafen Technical difficulties.[80]
3 June 2016 Murten Switzerland Stars of Sounds Festival Fredriksson ordered by doctors to stop touring.[41]
18 June 2016 Jyväskylä Finland Sataman Yö Festival
30 June 2016 Bratislava Slovakia Ondrej Nepela Arena
2 July 2016 Klam Austria Burg Clam
8 July 2016 London United Kingdom Old Royal Naval College
10 July 2016 Weert Netherlands Bospop
15 July 2016 Mönchengladbach Germany SparkassenPark
19 July 2016 Halle Freilichtbühne Peißnitz
21 July 2016 Berlin Zitadelle
23 July 2016 Emmendingen Schloßplatz
29 July 2016 Knutsford United Kingdom Tatton Park
31 July 2016 Tienen Belgium Suikerrock Festival
9 September 2016 Saint Petersburg Russia Ice Palace
11 September 2016 Moscow Crocus City Hall

Personnel

Information derived from "Roxette Live: XXX – The 30th Anniversary Tour" book.[81]

Musicians

Management

  • Mikael Bolyospersonal assistant to Marie Fredriksson
  • Adam Bassett – lighting designer (2014 dates onwards)
  • Calle Brattberg – lighting designer (2011 and 2012 dates)
  • Marie Dimberg – artist management
  • Åsa Elmgren – wardrobe
  • Tumppi Haaranen – assistant tour manager
  • Smick Hall-Hardgrave – pre-production manager
  • Bo Johansson – tour manager and coordinator for Live Nation Entertainment
  • Jakob Johnzén – backline
  • Robert Kelber – lighting director and programming (2014 dates onwards)
  • Micke Lindström – production manager
  • Mats Nilemar – business management
  • Mikael Noguiera-Svensson – backline
  • Åsa Nordin-Gessle – personal assistant to Per Gessle
  • Patrick Woodroffe – lighting designer (2014 dates onwards)

Production

  • Abbe Ahlbin – sound technician
  • Elin Arnelöv – truck driver
  • Lottie Bremerhag – truck driver
  • Mathias Gerstmann – bus driver
  • Lars Jedermark – rigging
  • Per Johansson – pilot
  • Thomas Johansson – tour producer for Live Nation Entertainment
  • Lucas Lindholm – lighting technician
  • Sam Pattinson – video content (2014 dates onwards)
  • Gerth Pettersson – sound technician
  • Bebban Pihlblad – lighting technician
  • Mikael Sandelius – truck driver
  • Fredrik Stormby – lighting technician
  • Tina Vestin – travel arrangements
  • Mattias Vidberg – truck driver
  • Helli Windisch – bus driver

Opening acts

References

Notes

  1. ^ Fredriksson released her first English-language solo album, The Change, in 2004, followed by Min bäste vän in 2006 and a compilation, Tid för tystnad – Marie Fredrikssons ballader (2007); as well as the non-album single "Där du andas" (2008). Gessle released the solo albums Mazarin (2003); Son of a Plumber (2005); En händig man (2007); Party Crasher (2008); and an album with his former band Gyllene Tider, Finn 5 fel! (2004).[10]
  2. ^ Fredriksson's vocals on "Turn of the Tide" were recorded in hotel rooms in Cape Town and Sun City in South Africa; "Stars" was recorded live during a soundcheck at the Dubai World Trade Centre; "She's Got Nothing On (But the Radio)" was recorded live on 16 April 2011 during a concert in Rio de Janeiro's Citibank Hall; the symphony orchestra on "It Must Have Been Love" was recorded live at the Rotterdam Ahoy during the 2009 Night of the Proms. Songs were also recorded in studios in Stockholm (Aerosol Grey Machine, Atlantis Studios, EMI Studios, Polar Studios) and Capri (Capri Digital Studios).[23]
  1. ^ This was a private concert held in celebration of the Wedding of Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, and Daniel Westling.[55]
  2. ^ This was a public concert held in celebration of the passing of New Year's Eve in Warsaw.[56]
  3. ^ a b This score data is also represented in the score data shown for the band's 14 April concert at the same venue, as the data was presented to Billboard cumulatively.[58]
  4. ^ a b This score data is also represented in the figures shown for the band's 18 February concert at the same venue, as the data was presented to Billboard cumulatively.[63]
  5. ^ a b This score data is also represented in the figures shown for their 14 February concert at the same venue, as the data was presented to Billboard cumulatively.[61]
  6. ^ a b This score data is also represented in the figures shown for their concerts on 16 and 17 February at the same venue, as the data was presented to Billboard cumulatively.[62]

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