Nobody Else Tour

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Nobody Else Tour
Tour by Take That
Associated album Nobody Else
Start date 16 March 1995
End date 17 October 1995
Legs 3
Shows 52 (total)
Take That concert chronology
Pops Tour
(1994)
Nobody Else Tour
(1995)
The Ultimate Tour
(2006)

The Nobody Else Tour was the fourth concert tour by British boyband Take That. Lasting from April to October 1995, the tour consisted of 33 dates across the UK, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, and Japan.[1] It was the first tour the band did after the departure of Robbie Williams. Robbie left after European tour in July 1995 and the band continued the UK leg of the tour as four-piece band. The UK shows were brand new, whereas the European tour had still same choreography's and costumes from groups Pops Tour last year.

Setlist[edit]

  1. Intro (contains elements from "Relight My Fire" and "Keep the fire burnin'" both from Dan Hartman
  2. "Relight My Fire" (Featuring Juliet Roberts) (D.Hartman)
  • "Funky Stuff" Interlude
  1. "Sunday To Saturday" (G.Barlow/H.Donald/M.Owen)
  2. "Hate It" (G.Barlow)
  3. "Lady Tonight" (G. Barlow)
  • Violin Interlude
  1. "Babe" (G.Barlow)
  2. Every Guy Medley:
    1. "Every Guy"(G.Barlow)
    2. "Why Can't I Wake Up With You?" (G.Barlow)
    3. "Sure" (G.Barlow/M.Owen/R.Williams)
    4. "Every Guy" (Reprise) (G.Barlow)
  3. "Back For Good" (G.Barlow)
  4. "Another Brick In The Wall" (R.Waters)
  5. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (K.Cobain)
  • "Blind Date" (a fan invited on the stage to get some gifts from band and to hear a serenade - usually the band sung "A Million Love Songs" in a cappella version)
  1. Could It Be Magic Medley:
    1. Could It Be Magic (B.Manilow/A.Anderson)
    2. "I Found Heaven" (I.Levene/B.Griffin)
    3. "It Only Takes A Minute" (D.Lambert/B.Potter)
    4. "Everything Changes" (G.Barlow)
  • Could It Be Magic band outro
  1. "Holding Back The Tears" (G.Barlow)
  2. "The Day After Tomorrow" (G.Barlow)
  3. "Pray" (Featuring Juliet Roberts) (G.Barlow)
  4. "Never Forget" (G.Barlow)

In International Countries the "Blind Date" gig was removed by the song "Wasting My Time" (G.Barlow)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe
16 March 1995 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
17 March 1995
18 March 1995 Brussel Belgium Forest National
20 March 1995
23 March 1995 Berlin Germany Deutschlandhalle
24 March 1995
25 March 1995
28 March 1995 Kiel Ostseehalle
30 March 1995 Munich Olympiahalle
31 March 1995
2 April 1995 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
5 April 1995 Dortmund Germany Westfalenhalle
6 April 1995
9 April 1995 Frankfurt Festhalle
10 April 1995
12 April 1995 Stuttgart Schleyerhalle
15 April 1995 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
18 April 1995 Milan Italy Forum di Assago
19 April 1995
21 April 1995 Bologna Palamalaguti
23 April 1995 Rome Palaeur
24 April 1995
26 April 1995 Milan Forum di Assago
28 April 1995 Turin Palastampa
5 August 1995 Manchester England Nynex Arena
6 August 1995
7 August 1995
8 August 1995
9 August 1995
10 August 1995
11 August 1995
12 August 1995
13 August 1995
14 August 1995
15 August 1995
16 August 1995
20 August 1995 London Earls Court
21 August 1995
22 August 1995
23 August 1995
25 August 1995
26 August 1995
27 August 1995
28 August 1995
30 August 1995
31 August 1995
Australia
25 September 1995 Adelaide Australia Adelaide Entertainment Centre
26 September 1995 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
29 September 1995 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
1 October 1995 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
4 October 1995 Perth Perth Entertainment Centre
Asia
7 October 1995 Bangkok Thailand Hua Mark Indoor Stadium
8 October 1995
10 October 1995 Singapore Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
14 October 1995 Tokyo Japan Yoyogi Olympic Stadium
15 October 1995
17 October 1995 Jakarta Indonesia Istora Senayan

VHS release[edit]

The Earls' Court Concerts were recorded and released in 1995, entitled "Nobody Else - The Movie". The VHS also contained the three promo videos for "Sure", "Back For Good" and "Never Forget".

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