Come Again Tour

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Come Again Tour
Tour by M People
Associated album Bizarre Fruit
Start date 16 December 1994 (1994-12-16)
End date 29 July 1996 (1996-07-29)
Legs 3
M People concert chronology
Come Again Tour
(1994-96)
M People Live
(1997)

Come Again Tour is the first concert tour by the British House Band M People, in support of their third album, Bizarre Fruit. The tour lasted over 1 year and ended with a concert at Manchester United's football ground Old Trafford for the Euro 96 in support of Simply Red and performed in front of 65,000 people.[1]

Support Acts[edit]

Set List[edit]

  1. Opening Montage
  2. Love Rendezvous
  3. Excited
  4. Drive Time
  5. Colour My Life
  6. Walk Away
  7. Little Packet
  8. One Night in Heaven
  9. Sight for Sore Eyes
  10. Search for the Hero
  11. Itchycoo Park

Tour dates[edit]

UK[edit]

December 1994
16, GMEX, Manchester, UK

Europe[edit]

February 1995
26, Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany

Oceanic[edit]

March 1995
26, Christchurch, New Zealand
27, Wellington, New Zealand
28, Auckland, New Zealand
30, Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia
31, Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia

April 1995 1, Festival Hall, Brisbane, Australia
3, The Metro, Melbourne, Australia
4, The Metro, Melbourne, Australia
8, The Barton, Adelaide, Australia

UK Second Leg[edit]

June 1995
13, Ingliston, Edinburgh, UK
15, Alton Towers, Staffordshire, UK
16, Crystal Palace Sports Ground, London, UK

Europe/UK Third Leg[edit]

August 1995
22, Olympia, São Paulo, Brazil
23, Olympia, São Paulo, Brazil
25, Metropolitan, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

November 1995
10, Palladium, Geneva, Schwitzerland
14, Wappensal, Munich, Germany
15, Forum, Ludwigsburg, Germany
18, Capitol, Hannover, Germany
19, Docks, Hamburg, Germany
20, Tor 3, Düsseldorf, Germany
24, Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
25, Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
26, Royal Albert Hall, London, UK

December 1995
16, Manchester Nynex Arena, Manchester, UK

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.prideofmanchester.com/music/mpeople.htm
  2. ^ "Cherryn Lomas: Vocalist". Bios. Swing Force Big Band. Retrieved 25 March 2014.