Never Ending Tour 1993

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Never Ending Tour 1993
Tour by Bob Dylan
Start dateFebruary 5, 1993
End dateOctober 9, 1993
Legs4
No. of shows76
Bob Dylan concert chronology

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

Contents

Background

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. [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] The tour came to an end on February 25 in Northern Ireland at the Maysfield Leisure Centre. [9]

Dylan then travelled to North America to perform a nine date tour of the United States. The tour culminated with a performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. [10]

On June 12 Dylan returned to Europe with a performance at Fleadh Festival in London. He then travelled to Israel where he performed three concerts before moving on to Athens, Greece with two performances at the Mount Lycabettus open–air theatre. Dylan then went on to perform three concerts in Italy, two concerts in France, six concerts in Spain, one in Ireland, two in Portugal and the tour came to an end on July 17 in Bern, Switzerland. [11]

Dylan returned to North America in the late summer to perform a thirty–one date tour the United States and Canada with Santana. The tour covered twenty–nine cities in fifteen states, and two Canadian providences. On November 16 and 17, Dylan performed four unplugged shows at The Supper Club in New York, playing two concerts on each day, one in the afternoon and the other in the evening. The tour came to an end after eighty shows, the second shortest tour of the Never Ending Tour. [12]

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venues and box office data.
DateCityCountryVenueAttendanceBox Office
Europe
February 5, 1993 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre N/AN/A
February 7, 1993 London England Labatt's Apollo
February 8, 1993
February 9, 1993
February 11, 1993
February 12, 1993
February 13, 1993
February 15, 1993 Utrecht Netherlands Muziekcentrum Vredenburg
February 16, 1993
February 17, 1993 Eindhoven Muziekgebouw Frits Philips
February 18, 1993 Hanover Germany Music Hall
February 20, 1993 Wiesbaden Rhein-Main-Hallen
February 21, 1993 Pétange Luxembourg Centre Sportif
February 23, 1993 Paris France Zénith de Paris
February 25, 1993 Belfast Northern Ireland Maysfield Leisure Centre
North America
April 12, 1993 Louisville United States Robert S. Whitney Hall N/AN/A
April 13, 1993 Nashville Andrew Jackson Hall
April 14, 1993
April 16, 1993 Radford Dedmon Center
April 17, 1993 Knoxville Knoxville Civic Coliseum
April 18, 1993 Asheville Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
April 19, 1993 Huntsville Huntsville Convention Center
April 21, 1993 Monroe Monroe Civic Center Theater
April 23, 1993 [lower-alpha 1] New Orleans Fair Grounds Race Course
Europe/Middle East
June 12, 1993 [lower-alpha 2] LondonEngland Finsbury Park N/AN/A
June 17, 1993 Tel Aviv Israel Fredric R. Mann Auditorium
June 19, 1993 Beersheba Amphitheatre Dimoi
June 20, 1993 [lower-alpha 3] Haifa Port of Haifa
June 22, 1993 Athens Greece Theatron Lykavitou
June 23, 1993
June 25, 1993 Naples Italy Teatro di San Carlo
June 26, 1993 Pisa Campo Sportivo Bellaria
June 27, 1993 Milan Palatrussardi
June 29, 1993 Marseille France Palais des Sports de Marseille
June 30, 1993 Toulouse Palais des sports André-Brouat
July 1, 1993 Barcelona Spain Poble Espanyol
July 2, 1993 Vitoria-Gasteiz El Pabellón Araba de Vitoria
July 4, 1993 [lower-alpha 4] Waterford Ireland Tramore Racecourse
July 6, 1993 Huesca Spain
July 8, 1993 Gijón Plaza de Toros de El Bibio
July 9, 1993 [lower-alpha 5] A Coruña Estadio Riazor
July 10, 1993 Porto Portugal Coliseu do Porto
July 12, 1993 Mérida Spain Teatro Romano de Mérida
July 13, 1993 Cascais PortugalPavilhão Guilherme Pinto Basto
July 17, 1993 [lower-alpha 6] Bern Switzerland Gurten
North America (with Santana)
August 20, 1993 Portland United States Portland Memorial Coliseum N/AN/A
August 21, 1993 Seattle Seattle Memorial Stadium
August 22, 1993 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
August 25, 1993 Greenwood Village United States Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
August 27, 1993 [lower-alpha 7] Falcon Heights Minnesota State Fairgrounds
August 28, 1993 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
August 29, 1993 Tinley Park World Music Theatre
August 31, 1993 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
September 2, 1993 Toronto Canada Exhibition Stadium
September 3, 1993 [lower-alpha 8] Syracuse United StatesNew York State Fairgrounds
September 4, 1993 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
September 5, 1993 Scranton Montage Mountain Amphitheater
September 8, 1993 Vienna Filene Center 12,513 / 13,972$313,730 [13]
September 9, 1993
September 10, 1993 Wantagh Jones Beach Marine Theater 14,315 / 21,574$450,923 [14]
September 11, 1993
September 12, 1993 Mansfield Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts N/AN/A
September 14, 1993 Holmdel Township Garden State Arts Center
September 17, 1993 Charlotte Blockbuster Pavilion
September 18, 1993 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheater
September 19, 1993 Raleigh Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
September 21, 1993 Tampa USF Sun Dome
September 22, 1993 Miami James L. Knight Center
September 23, 1993 West Palm Beach West Palm Beach Auditorium
October 1, 1993 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre
October 2, 1993 Los Angeles Hollywood Bowl
October 3, 1993 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
October 5, 1993 San Bernardino Blockbuster Pavilion
October 7, 1993 Concord Concord Pavilion
October 8, 1993 Sacramento Cal Expo Amphitheatre
October 9, 1993 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre

Notes

  1. The April 23, 1993 concert in New Orleans was part of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
  2. The June 12, 1993 concert in London was part of Fleadh Festival.
  3. The June 20, 1993 concert in London was part of Harbour Blues Festival.
  4. The July 4, 1993 concert in Waterford was part of Fleadh Mór.
  5. The July 9, 1993 concert in A Coruña was part of Xacobe Festival.
  6. The July 17, 1993 concert in Bern was part of Gurtenfestival.
  7. The August 27, 1993 concert in Falcon Heights was part of Minnesota State Fair.
  8. The September 3, 1993 concert in Syracuse was part of Minnesota State Fair.

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