Escape to Plastic Beach Tour

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Escape to Plastic Beach Tour
EscapetoPlasticBeach.jpg
Tour by Gorillaz
Associated album Plastic Beach
Start date 3 October 2010
End date 21 December 2010
Legs 4
Shows 36
19 in North America
10 in Europe
1 in Asia
6 in Oceania

The Escape to Plastic Beach Tour was a concert tour by the British alternative rock virtual band Gorillaz. The tour was in support of their third studio album Plastic Beach. It was notably the band's first world tour in its decade-spanning history. The group's fourth album The Fall was recorded during the American leg of the tour and released in late December 2010 to fan club members, and physically in April 2011.[1][2]

Live band[edit]

Opening acts[edit]

Visuals[edit]

The Escape to Plastic Beach Tour also featured new music videos and visuals on the big screen in the background while band members played up front. Visuals accompanied such songs as "Broken", "Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach", "Dirty Harry", "Empire Ants", "Last Living Souls", "White Flag" and many others alongside the original music videos for the group's previous songs.

The poster used to promote the tour was highly influenced by the theatrical poster for the 1969 Sam Peckinpah western, The Wild Bunch.

Songs played[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue First played live
North America
3 October 2010 Montreal, Quebec Canada Bell Centre "19-2000", "Tomorrow Comes Today" and "Plastic Beach"
6 October 2010 Boston, Massachusetts United States Agganis Arena
8 October 2010 New York City, New York Madison Square Garden
10 October 2010 Camden, New Jersey Susquehanna Bank Center
11 October 2010 Fairfax, Virginia Patriot Center
13 October 2010 Detroit, Michigan Fox Theatre
14 October 2010 Toronto, Ontario Canada Air Canada Centre "Punk"
16 October 2010 Chicago, Illinois United States UIC Pavilion
17 October 2010 Minneapolis, Minnesota Target Center
19 October 2010 Houston, Texas Toyota Center
20 October 2010 Grand Prairie, Texas Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
22 October 2010 Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center
24 October 2010 Denver, Colorado Wells Fargo Theatre @ Colorado Convention Center
26 October 2010 Phoenix, Arizona Dodge/Comerica Theatre "Doncamatic"
27 October 2010 Los Angeles, California Gibson Amphitheatre
28 October 2010 San Diego, California Viejas Arena
30 October 2010 Oakland, California Oracle Arena
2 November 2010 Seattle, Washington KeyArena
3 November 2010 Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Rogers Arena
Europe
11 November 2010 Dublin Ireland The O2
12 November 2010 Manchester England Evening News Arena
14 November 2010 London The O2 Arena
15 November 2010 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
16 November 2010 London England The O2 Arena
17 November 2010 Birmingham National Indoor Arena
18 November 2010 Brighton The Brighton Centre
21 November 2010 Berlin Germany Velodrom
22 November 2010 Paris France Le Zenith
23 November 2010 "November Has Come"
25 November 2010 Antwerp Belgium Lotto Arena
Asia
3 December 2010 Hong Kong Hong Kong AsiaWorld Arena "Hong Kong"
Oceania
6 December 2010 Perth Australia Burswood Entertainment Complex
8 December 2010 Adelaide Entertainment Centre
11 December 2010 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
16 December 2010 Sydney Entertainment Centre
19 December 2010 Brisbane Entertainment Centre
21 December 2010 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena

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