Never Ending Tour 1992

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Never Ending Tour 1992
Tour by Bob Dylan
Start date March 18, 1992
End date November 15, 1992
Legs 5
Shows 20 in Oceania
61 in North America
11 in Europe
92 in Total
Bob Dylan concert chronology
Never Ending Tour 1991
(1991)
Never Ending Tour 1992
(1992)
Never Ending Tour 1993
(1993)

The Never Ending Tour is the popular name for Bob Dylan's endless touring schedule since June 7, 1988.[1][2]

Background[edit]

The Never Ending Tour 1992 started with a large tour of Oceania. Dylan performed nineteen concerts in Australia and one in New Zealand. Dylan performed a total of seven concerts at the Sydney State Theatre and six concerts at the Melbourne Palais Theatre. The tour ended on April 18 in Auckland, New Zealand at the Mount Smart Stadium.[3]

Shortly after completing his Oceania tour Dylan travelled to Hawaii where he performed two concerts before continuing on to perform twenty date tour of the United States. This tour included a seven show residency at Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Dylan also performed two concerts at The Warfield Theatre in San Francisco as well as two nights at the Berkley Community Theatre and two shows at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, Washington. This leg of the tour came to an end on May 23 in Las Vegas, Nevada.[4]

On June 26 Dylan started an eleven date European tour, his only European concerts of that year. Dylan performed in fairly unknown venues in fairly unknown cities. The tour ended in Juan-les-Pins, France on July 12.[5]

Just over a month later, Dylan started another North American tour starting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on August 17. During the tour Dylan performed a five show residency at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The tour culminated in a performance at the Lafayette Performing Arts Center in Florida.[6]

The Outburst of Consciousness Tour was the final leg of the 1992 Never Ending Tour. The tour started in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on October 9. There was a break in the tour after only five shows. During the break many major musical artists gathered at Madison Square Garden to recognise Bob Dylan’s 30 years as a recording artist. Recorded on October 16, 1992 at in New York City, the concert featured many artists performing classic Dylan songs, before ending with three songs from Dylan himself. The tour continued on October 23 and finally ending on November 15 at the South Florida show grounds in West Palm Beach, Florida.[7]

Tour dates[edit]

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Date City Country Venue
The One Sad Cry of Pity Tour
March 18, 1992 Perth Australia Perth Entertainment Centre
March 21, 1992 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
March 23, 1992 Sydney State Theatre
March 24, 1992
March 25, 1992
March 28, 1992 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
March 29, 1992 Canberra Royal Theatre
April 1, 1992 Melbourne Palais Theatre
April 2, 1992
April 3, 1992
April 5, 1992
April 6, 1992
April 7, 1992
April 10, 1992 Launceston Silver Dome
April 11, 1992 Hobart Derwent Entertainment Centre
April 13, 1992 Sydney State Theatre
April 14, 1992
April 15, 1992
April 16, 1992
April 18, 1992 Auckland New Zealand Mount Smart Supertop
The One Sad Cry of Pity Tour II
April 22, 1992 Maui United States Maui Tennis Stadium
April 24, 1992 Honolulu Waikiki Shell
April 27, 1992 Seattle Paramount Theatre
April 28, 1992
April 30, 1992 Eugene Hult Center for the Performing Arts
May 1, 1992 Red Bluff Davis Pavilion
May 2, 1992 Santa Rosa J.T. Grace Pavilion
May 4, 1992 San Francisco The Warfield
May 5, 1992
May 7, 1992 Berkeley Berkeley Community Theatre
May 8, 1992
May 9, 1992 San Jose Event Center Arena
May 11, 1992 Santa Barbara Arlington Theater
May 13, 1992 Los Angeles Pantages Theatre
May 14, 1992
May 16, 1992
May 17, 1992
May 19, 1992
May 20, 1992
May 21, 1992
May 23, 1992 Las Vegas Goldwin Events Center
Why Do You Look at Me So Strangely? Tour
June 26, 1992 Luleå Sweden Sjöslaget
June 28, 1992 Gothenburg Tradgardsforeningen
June 30, 1992 Dunkirk France Côte d'Opale
July 1, 1992 Reims Parc d'Exposition
July 2, 1992[A] Belfort Base Nautiques de Maulsaucy
July 4, 1992 Genoa Italy Porta Siberia
July 5, 1992 Correggio Festa Communale Unita
July 7, 1992 Merano Hippodromo di Maia
July 8, 1992 Aosta Arena Croix Noir
July 10, 1992[B] Leysin Switzerland Centre des Sports
July 12, 1992[C] Juan-les-Pins France Pinede de Juan-les-Pins
Southern Sympathiser Tour
August 17, 1992 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
August 18, 1992
August 20, 1992 Conneaut Lake United States Conneaut Lake Park
August 21, 1992 Hamilton Canada Hamilton Centre
August 22, 1992 Ottawa Landsdowne Stadium
August 23, 1992 Sudbury Sudbury Community Arena
August 25, 1992 Sault Ste. Marie Sault Memorial Gardens
August 27, 1992 Thunder Bay Fort William Gardens
August 29, 1992 Minneapolis United States Orpheum Theatre
August 30, 1992
August 31, 1992
September 2, 1992
September 3, 1992
September 5, 1992 Omaha Orpheum Theater
September 6, 1992 Kansas City Liberty Memorial Park
September 8, 1992 Little Rock Memorial Auditorium
September 9, 1992 Jackson Jackson Municipal Auditorium
September 11, 1992 Birmingham Red Mountain Amphitheater
September 12, 1992 Pensacola Bayfront Auditorium
September 13, 1992 Lafayette Lafayette Performing Arts Center
Outburst of Consciousness Tour
October 9, 1992 Pittsburgh United States A.J. Palumbo Theater
October 10, 1992 Lock Haven Thomas Fieldhouse
October 11, 1992 Rochester Eastman Theatre
October 12, 1992 Binghamton Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
October 23, 1992 Newark Bob Carpenter Center
October 24, 1992 Storrs Gampel Pavilion
October 25, 1992 Providence Providence Performing Arts Center
October 27, 1992 Burlington Burlington Memorial Auditorium
October 28, 1992 Springfield Paramount Performing Arts Center
October 30, 1992 Beverly An Open Tent
November 1, 1992 Wilkes-Barre F.M. Kirby Center
November 2, 1992 Youngstown Stambaugh Auditorium
November 3, 1992 Cincinnati Music Hall
November 6, 1992 Gainesville O'Connell Center
November 8, 1992[D] Coral Gables University Center
November 9, 1992 Sarasota Van Wezel Performing Arts Center
November 11, 1992 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
November 12, 1992 Orlando UCF Arena
November 13, 1992 Sunrise Music Center
November 15, 1992[E] West Palm Beach South Florida Fairgrounds
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of "Les Eurockènnes de Belfort"
B This concert was a part of "Leysin Rock Festival"
C This concert was a part of "Jazz à Juan 1992"
D There was no encore due to stormy weather
E This concert was a part of "Heritage Music Festival"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bob Dylan begins his 'never-ending' tour". The Guardian. 2011-06-12. Retrieved 2011-11-26. 
  2. ^ "The Evolution of Bob Dylan". Rolling Stone Magazine. Retrieved 2011-11-26. 
  3. ^ "Still On The Road: 1992 Australian Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  4. ^ "Still On The Road: 1992 US West Coast Spring Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  5. ^ "Still On The Road: 1992 Europe Summer Festival Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  6. ^ "Still On The Road: 1992 Late Summer US Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  7. ^ "Still On The Road: 1992 US Fall Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  8. ^ "1993 Calendar". Bob Dylan. Retrieved 2011-11-29. 

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