Three Sides Live Encore Tour

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Three Sides Live Encore Tour
Tour by Genesis
Associated album Three Sides Live
Start date1 August 1982
End date2 October 1982
Legs3
No. of shows46
Genesis concert chronology
  • Abacab Tour
    (1981)
  • Three Sides Live Encore Tour
    (1982)
  • Mama Tour
    (1983–84)

The Three Sides Live Encore Tour was a North American and European concert tour by English rock band Genesis. The tour began in August 1982 in Peoria, Illinois and ended in 2 October 1982 in Milton Keynes, England, with Peter Gabriel. [1]

Contents

Setlist

  1. "Dance on a Volcano"
  2. "Behind the Lines"
  3. "Follow You Follow Me"
  4. "Dodo/Lurker"
  5. "Abacab"
  6. "Supper's Ready"
  7. "Misunderstanding"
  8. "Man on the Corner"
  9. "Who Dunnit?"
  10. Medley
    1. "In the Cage"
    2. "The Cinema Show"
    3. "The Colony of Slippermen"
    4. "Afterglow"
  11. "Turn It On Again"
  12. Drum Duet
  13. "Los Endos"
  14. "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway"
  15. "Watcher of the Skies"
  16. "I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)"

Also performed:

Tour band

Tour dates

DateCityCountryVenueTickets sold / availableRevenue
North America
1 August 1982 Peoria United States Peoria Civic Center 9,919 / 9,919$156,394
2 August 1982 Hoffman Estates Poplar Creek Music Theater 44,000 / 44,000$440,000 [2]
3 August 1982
6 August 1982 Berkeley Hearst Greek Theatre 25,500 / 25,500$380,075 [3]
7 August 1982
8 August 1982
9 August 1982 Inglewood The Forum 32,500 / 32,500$375,057 [4]
10 August 1982
11 August 1982 Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
13 August 1982 Dallas Reunion Arena 11,879 / 12,500$144,950 [5]
14 August 1982 Houston The Summit 17,088 / 17,088$201,347 [6]
15 August 1982 Oklahoma City Myriad Convention Center 9,109 / 9,109$94,290
16 August 1982 St. Louis Checkerdome 16,582 / 16,582$195,384
18 August 1982 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre 15,274 / 15,274$240,827
19 August 1982 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion 19,319 / 19,319$304,605
21 August 1982 Philadelphia John F. Kennedy Stadium 58,335 / 90,000$919,776
22 August 1982 New York City Forest Hills Tennis Stadium
23 August 1982
25 August 1982 New Haven New Haven Coliseum 10,047 / 10,047$122,480
26 August 1982 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
27 August 1982 Rochester Rochester Community War Memorial 9,378 / 9,378$104,042
28 August 1982 Toronto Canada CNE Stadium 33,041 / 33,041$402,944
29 August 1982 Montreal Park Jarry
Europe
3 September 1982 Geneva Switzerland Stade des Charmilles
4 September 1982 Fréjus France Arènes de Fréjus
6 September 1982 Pisa Italy Tirrenia Film Studios
7 September 1982 Rome PalaEUR
8 September 1982
10 September 1982 Hamburg Germany Wilhelm-Koch-Stadion
12 September 1982 Stockholm Sweden Johanneshovs Isstadion
13 September 1982 Copenhagen Denmark Brøndbyhallen
14 September 1982 Gothenburg Sweden Scandinavium
16 September 1982 Brussels Belgium Forest National
18 September 1982 St. Austell England Cornwall Coliseum
19 September 1982 Shepton Mallet Showering Pavilion
20 September 1982 Birmingham NEC Arena
21 September 1982
22 September 1982 Queensferry Wales Deeside Leisure Centre
23 September 1982 Leeds England Queens Hall
24 September 1982 Edinburgh Scotland Royal Highland Centre
25 September 1982
27 September 1982 London England Marquee Club
28 September 1982 Hammersmith Odeon
29 September 1982
30 September 1982
Six of the Best
2 October 1982 Milton Keynes England Milton Keynes Bowl (with Peter Gabriel and Steve Hackett)

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