Never Ending Tour 1989

Never Ending Tour 1989
Tour by Bob Dylan
Start date May 27, 1989
End date November 15, 1989
Legs 3
Shows 99
Bob Dylan tour chronology
Never Ending Tour 1988
(1988)
Never Ending Tour 1989
(1989)
Never Ending Tour 1990
(1990)

The Never Ending Tour is the popular name for Bob Dylan’s endless touring schedule since June 7, 1988 [1] [2].

Contents

Tour information

In 1989 the Never Ending Tour ventured outside of the United States and into Europe[3] for the first time. Dylan and the 'Never Ending Tour Band' performed in twelve European countries including a performance in London's Wembley Arena[4] [5] [6].

Tour dates

European Summer Tour [7]

  • 27/05/89: Christinehof's Slottspark (Christinehof's Slott, Sweden)
  • 28/05/89: Globe Arena (Stockholm, Sweden)
  • 30/05/89: Jaahalli (Helsinki, Finland)
  • 03/06/89: RDS Simmonscourt (Dublin, Ireland)
  • 04/06/89: RDS Simmonscourt (Dublin, Ireland)
  • 06/06/89: S.E.C.C. (Glasgow, UK)
  • 07/06/89: National Exhibition Centre (Birmingham, UK)
  • 08/06/89: Wembley Arena (London, UK)
  • 10/06/89: Statenhale (The Hague, Netherlands)
  • 11/06/89: Forest National (Brussels, Belgium)
  • 13/06/89: Les Arenas (Frejus, France)
  • 15/06/89: Palacio De Los Deportes (Madrid, Spain)
  • 16/06/89: Palacio Municipal (Barcelona, Spain)
  • 17/06/89: Velodromo De Anoeta (San Sebastian, Spain)
  • 19/06/89: Palatrussardi Di Milano (Milan, Italy)
  • 20/06/89: Palazzo Della Civilta E Del Lavoro (Rome, Italy)
  • 21/06/89: Stadio Lamberti (Turin, Italy)
  • 22/06/89: Stadio Di Ardenza (Livorno, Italy)
  • 24/06/89: Acikhava Tiyatrosu (Istanbul, Turkey)
  • 26/06/89: Ethniko Stadio (Patras, Greece)
  • 28/06/89: Panathenaikos Stadio (Athens, Greece)

North American Summer Tour [8]

  • 01/07/89: Civic Center Arena (Peoria, Illinois)
  • 02/07/89: Poplar Creek Music Theater (Chicago, Illinois)
  • 03/07/89: Marcus Amphitheater (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
  • 05/07/89: Memorial Pavilion (Rochester, Michigan)
  • 06/07/89: Memorial Pavilion (Rochester, Michigan)
  • 08/07/89: Deer Creek Music Center (Noblesville, Indiana)
  • 09/07/89: Blossom Music Center (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio)
  • 11/07/89: Skyline Sports Complex (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)
  • 12/07/89: Fairgrounds (Allentown, Pennsylvania)
  • 13/07/89: Great Woods Performing Arts Center (Mansfield, Massachusetts)
  • 15/07/89: Seashore Performing Arts Center (Portland, Maine)
  • 16/07/89: Lake Compounce Festival Park (Bristol, Connecticut)
  • 17/07/89: Waterloo Village (Stanhope, New Jersey)
  • 19/07/89: Merriweather Post Pavilion (Columbia, Maryland)
  • 20/07/89: Grand Hotel (Atlantic City, New Jersey)
  • 21/07/89: Garden State Arts Center (Holmdel, New Jersey)
  • 23/07/89: Jones Beach Theater (Long Island, New York)
  • 25/07/89: Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center (Canandaigua, New York)
  • 26/07/89: Performing Arts Center (Saratoga, New York)
  • 28/07/89: Civic Arena (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
  • 29/07/89: Kingswood Music Theatre (Maple, ON)
  • 30/07/89: Civic Centre Arena (Ottawa, ON)
  • 31/07/89: L’Amphitheatre (Joliette, Quebec)
  • 03/08/89: Harriet Island (St. Paul, Minnesota)
  • 04/08/89: Dane County Memorial Coliseum (Madison, Wisconsin)
  • 05/08/89: Welch Auditorium (Grand Rapids, Michigan)
  • 06/08/89: Cooper Stadium (Columbus, Ohio)
  • 08/08/89: Savage Hall (Toledo, Ohio)
  • 09/08/89: Muny Forest Park (St. Louis, Missouri)
  • 10/08/89: Riverbend (Cincinnati, Ohio)
  • 12/08/89: Amusement Park (Doswell, Virginia)
  • 13/08/89: Palladium (Charlotte, North Carolina)
  • 15/08/89: Memorial Park Amphitheater (Atlanta, Georgia)
  • 16/08/89: Memorial Park Amphitheater (Atlanta, Georgia)
  • 18/08/89: Freedom Hall (Louisville. Kentucky)
  • 19/08/89: State Fair Grandstand (Springfield, Illinois)
  • 20/08/89: Starwood Amphitheater (Nashville, Tennessee)
  • 22/08/89: Sandstone Amphitheater (Bonner Springs, Kansas)
  • 23/08/89: Zoo Amphitheater (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
  • 25/08/89: Lakefront Arena (New Orleans, Louisiana)
  • 26/08/89: The Summit (Houston, Texas)
  • 27/08/89: Starplex Amphitheater (Dallas, Texas)
  • 29/08/89: Pan American Center (Las Cruces, New Mexico)
  • 31/08/89: Fiddler's Green (Englewood, Colorado)
  • 01/09/89: Park West (Salt lake City, Utah)
  • 03/09/89: Greek Theater (Berkeley, California)
  • 05/09/89: Santa Barbara County Bowl (Santa Barbra, California)
  • 06/09/89: Starlight Bowl (San Diego, California)
  • 08/09/89: Pacific Amphitheatre (Costa Mesa, California)
  • 09/09/89: Greek Theater (Berkley, California)
  • 10/09/89: Greek Theater (Berkeley, California)

US Fall Tour [9]

  • 10/10/89: The Beacon Theater (New York City, New York)
  • 11/10/89: The Beacon Theater (New York City, New York)
  • 12/10/89: The Beacon Theater (New York City, New York)
  • 13/10/89: The Beacon Theater (New York City, New York)
  • 15/10/89: The Tower Theater (Upper Darby, Pennsylvania)
  • 16/10/89: The Tower Theater (Upper Darby, Pennsylvania)
  • 17/10/89: Constitution Hall (Washington, D.C.)
  • 18/10/89: Constitution Hall (Washington, D.C.)
  • 20/10/89: Mid-Hudson Arena (Poughkeepsie, New York)
  • 22/10/89: University Auditorium (South Kingston, Rhode Island)
  • 23/10/89: Opera House (Boston, Massachusetts)
  • 24/10/89: Opera House (Boston, Massachusetts
  • 25/10/89: Opera House (Boston, Massachusetts)
  • 27/10/89: Houston Fieldhouse (Troy, New York)
  • 29/10/89: College Gymnasium (Ithaca, New York)
  • 31/10/89: Arie Crown Theatre (Chicago, Illinois)
  • 01/11/89: Hill Auditorium (Ann Arbour, Michigan)
  • 02/11/89: State Theater (Cleveland, Ohio)
  • 04/11/89: University Of Pennsylvania (Indiana, Pennsylvania)
  • 06/11/89: Cassell Coliseum (Blacksburg, Virginia)
  • 07/11/89: Chrysler Hall (Norfolk, Virginia)
  • 08/11/89: Duke University (Durham, North Carolina)
  • 10/11/89: Fox Theater (Atlanta, Georgia)
  • 12/11/89: Sunrise Musical Theater (Miami, Florida)
  • 13/11/89: Sunrise Musical Theater (Miami, Florida)
  • 14/11/89: Festival Hall (Tampa, Florida)
  • 15/11/89: Festival Hall (Tampa, Florida)

Selected setlists

Notes

  1. ^ [1] guardian.co.uk, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  2. ^ [2] rollingstone.com, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  3. ^ [3] bjorner.com, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  4. ^ [4] setlist.fm, Retrieved September 13 2011
  5. ^ [5] songkick.com, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  6. ^ [6] dylansconcerts.com, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  7. ^ [7] bobdylan.com, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  8. ^ [8] bjorner.com, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  9. ^ [9] bjorner.com. Retrieved 13 September 2011
  10. ^ [10] setlist.fm, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  11. ^ [11] setlist.fm, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  12. ^ [12] setlist.fm, Retrieved 13 September 2011
  13. ^ [13] setlist.fm, Retrieved 13 September 2011

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