Blink-182 / No Doubt Summer Tour 2004

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Blink-182 / No Doubt Summer Tour 2004
Blink-182 No Doubt 2004.jpg
Tour poster
Tour by Blink-182 and No Doubt
Location North America
Associated album Blink-182 and The Singles 1992–2003
Start date June 1, 2004
End date June 26, 2004
Legs 1
Shows 13
Blink-182 tour chronology
US Tour 2004
(2004)
Blink-182 / No Doubt Summer Tour 2004
(2004)
Japan/Australia Tour 2004
(2004)
No Doubt tour chronology
Rock Steady Tour
(2002)
Blink-182 / No Doubt Summer Tour 2004
(2004)
No Doubt 2009 Summer Tour
(2009)

Blink-182 / No Doubt Summer Tour 2004 was a concert tour co-headlined by American rock bands Blink-182 and No Doubt. Launched in support of Blink-182's eponymous fifth studio album and No Doubt's The Singles 1992–2003, the tour took place in the summer of 2004 and saw the two Southern California groups travel to US amphitheatres.

Background[edit]

The tour kicked off in Indianapolis on June 1, 2004 and completed in Southern California in San Bernardino at the Hyundai Pavilion on June 26, 2004.[1]

Although many venues were at the time operated by Clear Channel Entertainment, individual promoter deals were cut in each market by agents Mitch Okmin at the M.O.B. Agency (No Doubt) and Darryl Eaton at CAA (Blink-182).[2] The summer dates were worked around No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani's work on an Interscope solo record (Love. Angel. Music. Baby.), and her role in the Martin Scorsese film The Aviator (2004).[2] "I was like, 'Gwen, can you give me three weeks?'" said Jim Guerinot, manager of No Doubt for Rebel Waltz, to Billboard. "I would have loved to have had a whole summer of this tour."[2]

Setlists[edit]

Blink-182[edit]

Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker performed an extended drum solo rooted in "hip-hop and drum'n'bass beats for a display of musical dexterity and brash attitude."[3]
  1. "Feeling This"
  2. "Easy Target"
  3. "What's My Age Again?"
  4. "Violence"
  5. "The Rock Show"
  6. "Obvious"
  7. "I Miss You"
  8. "Asthenia"
  9. "Adam's Song"
  10. "First Date"
  11. "Go"
  12. "Stay Together for the Kids"
  13. "Dumpweed" / “M+M's" / “Josie" / “Man Overboard"
  14. "Reckless Abandon"
  15. "All the Small Things"
  16. "Down"
  17. "The Fallen Interlude" / Travis Barker drum solo
  18. "Stockholm Syndrome"
  19. "Dammit"

No Doubt[edit]

The tour was largely planned around No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani, who was preparing to release her debut solo album.[2]
  1. "Just a Girl"
  2. "Excuse Me Mr."
  3. "Ex-Girlfriend"
  4. "Underneath It All"
  5. "Hey Baby"
  6. "Bathwater"
  7. "Running"
  8. "Simple Kind of Life" (acoustic)
  9. "Hella Good"
  10. "New"
  11. "Don't Speak"
  12. "It’s My Life"
  13. "Spiderwebs"
  14. "Sunday Morning"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[1]
June 1, 2004 Noblesville United States Verizon Wireless Music Center
June 3, 2004 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
June 6, 2004 Camden Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
June 8, 2004 Mansfield Tweeter Center
June 11, 2004 Bristow Nissan Pavilion
June 12, 2004 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
June 13, 2004 Tinley Park Tweeter Center
June 16, 2004 Auburn White River Amphitheatre
June 19, 2004 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
June 21, 2004 Wheatland Sleep Train Amphitheatre
June 23, 2004 Phoenix Cricket Pavilion
June 24, 2004 Chula Vista Coors Amphitheatre
June 26, 2004 San Bernardino Hyundai Pavilion

Reception[edit]

Joe D'Angelo of MTV News considered No Doubt's performance largely better than Blink's, writing that "The audience here was wholly under [Gwen Stefani's] spell, given that on this particular night, No Doubt were the best show in town, even if Blink played one hell of a concert."[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b "No Doubt and blink-182 to Co-Headline US Tour in June" (Press release). Santa Monica: Interscope/Geffen/A&M. February 3, 2004. Retrieved November 30, 2013. "SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Two of the most popular and hard working bands in music today, blink-182 and No Doubt, will join forces for a once in a lifetime summer tour." 
  2. ^ a b c d "No Doubt, Blink-182 Link For Tour". Billboard. February 4, 2004. Retrieved November 30, 2013. 
  3. ^ a b Joe D'Angelo (June 4, 2004). "Blink-182 May Play 'The Rock Show,' But No Doubt Deliver One". MTV News. Retrieved September 24, 2010. 

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