Forgiven, Not Forgotten World Tour

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Forgiven, Not Forgotten World Tour
Promotional Poster for FNF.jpg
Tour by The Corrs
Associated album Forgiven, Not Forgotten
Start date 26 April 1996 (1996-04-26)
End date 21 February 1997 (1997-02-21)
Legs 6
Shows 51 in Europe
3 in North America
4 in Asia
31 in Australia
89 Total
The Corrs concert chronology
Forgiven, Not Forgotten World Tour
(1996-97)
Talk on Corners World Tour
(1997-99)

The Forgiven, Not Forgotten World Tour is the debut concert tour by Irish band, The Corrs. The tour promotes the groups debut album, Forgiven, Not Forgotten. It began April 1996 in Ireland and concluded in Australia in February 1997. The group performed as Celine Dion opening act during her 1996–97 tour; performing in arenas and amphitheaters across North America and Europe.

Setlist[edit]

The following setlist is taken from the concert held on 11 July 1996 at Club Quattro Shibuya in Tokyo, Japan. It does not represent all concerts during the tour.

  1. "Erin Shore" (Instrumental Sequence)
  2. "Forgiven, Not Forgotten"
  3. "Heaven Knows"
  4. "Leave Me Alone"
  5. "The Right Time"
  6. "Joy of Life"
  7. "Closer"
  8. "Runaway"
  9. "Along with the Girls"
  10. "Haste to the Wedding"
  11. "Secret Life"
  12. "On Your Own"
  13. "Someday"
  14. "(Lough) Erin Shore"

Encore:

  1. "Love to Love You"
  2. "Toss the Feathers"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe[1]
26 April 1996 Ennis Ireland West County Hotel
27 April 1996 Carlow Graiguecullen Bingo Hall
28 April 1996 Clonmel Regal Theatre
29 April 1996 Athlone ARTC Student Union
1 May 1996 Letterkenny Mount Errigal Hotel
2 May 1996 Sligo RTC Hall
3 May 1996 Cavan Carraig Springs
4 May 1996 Castlebar Travellers Friend Theatre
Galway Leisureland
8 May 1996 Waterford Forum Waterford
9 May 1996 Belfast Northern Ireland Ulster Hall
10 May 1996 Limerick Ireland University Concert Hall
11 May 1996 Dublin National Stadium
12 May 1996[A] Bantry Wolfe Tone Square
14 May 1996 London England Shepherd's Bush Empire
16 May 1996 Utrecht Netherlands Tivoli
18 May 1996[B] Ringe Denmark Roskilde Dyrskueplads
21 May 1996 Stockholm Sweden Gino's
22 May 1996 Oslo Norway Rockefeller Music Hall
26 May 1996 Berlin Germany Universal
27 May 1996 Hamburg Docks
29 May 1996 Zurich Switzerland Electric Ballroom
31 May 1996 Rome Italy Teatro Circo
1 June 1996 Valencia Spain Roxy Club
3 June 1996 Barcelona Luz de Gas
4 June 1996 Madrid Sala El Sol
6 June 1996 Paris France Bataclan
8 June 1996[C] London England Finsbury Park
North America[1]
14 June 1996 Montreal Canada Café Campus
15 June 1996 Bourbon Street West
19 June 1996 Halifax Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
Europe[1]
7 July 1996 Dublin Ireland Phoenix Park
Asia
10 July 1996 Tokyo Japan Club Quattro
11 July 1996
13 July 1996 Osaka
14 July 1996 Nagoya
Australia[1]
16 July 1996 Brisbane Australia QPAC Concert Hall
17 July 1996 Sydney Enmore Theatre
18 July 1996
20 July 1996 Canberra Royal Theatre
22 July 1996 Melbourne Melbourne Concert Hall
Europe[1]
26 July 1996[D] Östersund Sweden Storsjöteatern
27 July 1996[E] Rudkøbing Denmark Rue Mark
3 August 1996 Dranouter Belgium Festivalterrein
4 August 1996 Millstreet Ireland Green Glens Arena
5 August 1996 Lorient France Palais des Congrès à Lorient
26 August 1996 Dundalk Ireland Carrickdale Hotel
27 August 1996
29 August 1996[H] Tralee Denny Street
30 August 1996 Cork Cork City Hall
31 August 1996 Castlebar Travellers Friend Theatre
2 December 1996 Carcassonne France Salle Chapeau Rogue
3 December 1996 Bordeaux Théâtre Femina
6 December 1996 Nancy Salle Poirel
7 December 1996 Villeurbanne Le Transbordeur
8 December 1996 Paris Bataclan
10 December 1996 Cologne Germany E-Werk
11 December 1996 Hamburg Docks
13 December 1996 London England The Forum
27 December 1996 Galway Ireland Leisureland
28 December 1996 Belfast Northern Ireland Ulster Hall
29 December 1996
31 December 1996 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
Australia[2]
13 January 1997 Cairns Australia Cairns Convention Centre
14 January 1997
15 January 1997 Townsville Townsville Entertainment Centre
17 January 1997 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
18 January 1997 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
20 January 1997 Sydney State Theatre
21 January 1997
22 January 1997
23 January 1997 Canberra Royal Theatre
25 January 1997 Sydney State Theatre
26 January 1997
27 January 1997
29 January 1997 Launceston Princess Theatre
30 January 1997
31 January 1997
1 February 1997 Hobart Derwent Entertainment Centre
3 February 1997 Melbourne Palais Theatre
4 February 1997 Perth Perth Entertainment Centre
6 February 1997 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
7 February 1997 Melbourne Victoria Park
8 February 1997 Perth Regal Theatre
11 February 1997 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
12 February 1997
18 February 1997 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
19 February 1997 Canberra Royal Theatre
21 February 1997 Launceston Silverdome
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A Bantry Mussel Fair[3]
B Midtfyns Festival
C Fleadh Music Festival[4]
D Storsjöyran[5]
E Langelandsfestivalen
F Folk Dranouter
G Millstreet Music Fair[6]
H Festival Interceltique de Lorient
I Rose of Tralee[7]

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Tour Archive - 1996". The Corrs Club. Retrieved 8 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Tour Archive - 1997". The Corrs Club. Retrieved 8 March 2014. 
  3. ^ Fisher, Steve (31 October 1998). "Corrs for Celebration". The Times (London, England). 
  4. ^ Syndey, Lauren (28 July 1998). "'Talk On Corners' reveals Irish band The Corrs". Cable News Network. Turner Broadcasting System. Retrieved 8 March 2014. 
  5. ^ Persson, Kjell (22 July 2013). "Nostalgi: Se bilder från åren med Yran" [Nostalgia: See pictures from the years with acid]. Östersunds-Posten (in Swedish). Mittmedia. Retrieved 8 March 2014. 
  6. ^ "WIN; TICKETS TO MILLSTREET MUSIC FAIR". Daily Mirror; Trinity Mirror. 26 July 1996. Retrieved 8 March 2014. 
  7. ^ Leroy; Nolwenn (4 August 2013). "Une "Bretonne" à domicile" [A "Bretonne" home]. Le Télégramme (in French). Retrieved 8 March 2014.