Post Tour

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Post Tour
Björk Post Tour Poster.jpg
Promotional flyer for the 1996 Japan leg.
Tour by Björk
Associated album Post
Start date July 6, 1995 (1995-07-06)
End date February 27, 1997 (1997-02-27)
Shows 50 in Europe
29 in North America
16 in Asia
10 in Oceania
1 in South America
106 Total
Björk concert chronology
Debut Tour
(1993-94)
Post Tour
(1995-97)
Homogenic Tour
(1997-99)

The Post Tour was a tour by the singer Björk that mainly focused on her album Post. She also performed some songs from her first album Debut. She performed a total of 22 songs on the tour. The tour was released on DVD and VHS as Live at Shepherds Bush Empire. Some tracks from that release also appear on Post Live.

Opening acts[edit]

Songs performed[edit]

From Debut:

From Post:

New Tracks:

  • I Dare You (Later released on Homogenic as "5 Years")

Other:

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe[2][3]
July 6, 1995 Dundee Scotland Caird Hall
July 7, 1995 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
July 9, 1995 Cork Ireland Cork City Hall
July 12, 1995 Dublin SFX Hall
July 13, 1995
North America[2][3]
July 22, 1995 Bremerton United States Kitsap County Fairgrounds
July 23, 1995 Portland La Luna
July 25, 1995 San Francisco The Warfield
July 26, 1995 Los Angeles The Palace
July 27, 1995
July 29, 1995 Dallas Trees
July 31, 1995 Deep Ellum Live
August 2, 1995 Atlanta The Masquerade
August 4, 1995 Chicago Metro Chicago
August 5, 1995 Detroit The State Theatre
Europe[2]
August 6, 1995[A] Reykjavík Iceland Laugardalur Park
North America[2][3]
August 7, 1995 Toronto Canada The Warehouse
August 10, 1995 Washington, D.C. United States The Capitol Ballroom
August 14, 1995 Boston The Avalon
August 15, 1995 New York City The Academy
Europe[2][3][4]
August 19, 1995 Cologne Germany E-Werk
August 26, 1995[B] Reading England Little John's Farm
September 2, 1995 Athens Greece Lycabettus Theatre
September 15, 1995 Vienna Austria Burgtheater
September 18, 1995 Madrid Spain La Riviera
September 19, 1995 Barcelona N/A
September 22, 1995 Milan Italy Palalido
September 23, 1995 Nonantola Vox Club
September 25, 1995 Munich Germany Munich-Riem Airport
September 26, 1995[C] Wiesen Austria Festivalgelände Wiesen
September 29, 1995 Budapest Hungary Petofi Csarnok
September 30, 1995 Prague Czech Republic Palace Kultury
October 4, 1995 Hamburg Germany Sportshalle
October 6, 1995 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
October 7, 1995 Gothenburg Sweden Heden
October 8, 1995 Copenhagen Denmark K.B. Hallen
October 10, 1995 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
October 11, 1995 Paris France Zénith de Paris
October 14, 1995 Montpellier Le Zénith Sud
October 16, 1995 Lyon Transbordeur
North America[2]
October 26, 1995 Houston United States Numbers
October 27, 1995 Austin Liberty Lunch
October 30, 1995 San Diego Copley Symphony Hall
November 1, 1995 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
November 3, 1995 San Francisco The Warfield
November 4, 1995
November 5, 1995 Seattle N/A
November 7, 1995 Denver Paramount Theatre
November 9, 1995 Minneapolis First Avenue
November 11, 1995 Chicago Riviera Theatre
November 12, 1995 Cleveland Odeon
November 14, 1995 New Haven Palace Theatre
November 16, 1995 Providence The Strand
November 17, 1995 New York City Roseland Ballroom
Europe[5]
January 19, 1996 Sheffield England Sheffield Arena
January 20, 1996 Manchester G-MEX Centre
January 22, 1996 Bournemouth Bournemouth International Centre
January 25, 1996 London Wembley Arena
Asia[5]
January 31, 1996 Tokyo Japan Garden Hall
February 1, 1996
February 4, 1996 Nippon Budokan
February 5, 1996 Nagoya Aichi Kinro Kaikan
February 7, 1996 Fukuoka Denki Hall
February 9, 1996 Osaka IMP Hall
February 10, 1996
February 12, 1996 Beijing China Beijing Workers' Gymnasium
February 14, 1996 Shanghai N/A
February 16, 1996 Hong Kong Hong Kong Queen Elizabeth Stadium
February 17, 1996
February 21, 1996 Bangkok Thailand MBK Center
February 23, 1996 Singapore Singapore Zouk
Oceania[5][6]
February 28, 1996 Christchurch New Zealand Christchurch Town Hall
March 1, 1996 Wellington Show Building
March 2, 1996 Auckland Supertop
March 5, 1996 Sydney Australia Hordern Pavilion
March 6, 1996
March 7, 1996 Canberra Royal Theatre
March 9, 1996 Brisbane Brisbane Festival Hall
March 11, 1996 Adelaide Adelaide Festival Centre
March 12, 1996 Melbourne Melbourne Entertainment Centre
March 16, 1996 Perth Belvoir Amphitheatre
Europe[5]
June 7, 1996 Paris France The Academy
June 13, 1996[D] Hultsfred Sweden Hultsfreds Hembygdspark
North America[5]
June 16, 1996[E] San Francisco United States Golden Gate Park
Europe[5][7]
June 21, 1996[F] Reykjavík Iceland Laugardalshöll
June 28, 1996[G] Roskilde Denmark Festivalpladsen
June 29, 1996[H] Oslo Norway Kalvøya
July 2, 1996 Lisbon Portugal Coliseu dos Recreios
July 6, 1996[I] Torhout Belgium Festivalweide
July 7, 1996[I] Werchter Werchterpark
July 12, 1996[J] Pori Finland Kirjurinluoto Arena
July 13, 1996[K] Riga Latvia Mežaparks
July 19, 1996[L] Bern Switzerland Gurten
July 20, 1996[M] Stratford-upon-Avon England Long Marston Airfield
August 10, 1996[N] Knebworth Knebworth House
August 23, 1996[O] Biddinghuizen Netherlands Spijk en Bremerberg
Asia[5]
August 26, 1996 Tel Aviv Israel Cinerama
August 27, 1996 Caesarea Roman Theater
August 28, 1996 Jerusalem Sultan's Pool
Europe[5]
August 30, 1996 Dublin Ireland The Point
September 1, 1996[P] Irvine Scotland Irvine Beach
September 9, 1996 London England Wembley Arena
September 13, 1996[Q] Wembley Stadium
October 10, 1996 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
South America[5]
October 13, 1996[R] Rio de Janeiro Brazil Museum of Modern Art
Europe[5]
February 27, 1997 London England Shepherds Bush Empire
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
October 3, 1995 Berlin, Germany Tempodrom Cancelled.[2]
June 25, 1996 Lisbon, Portugal Coliseu dos Recreios Postponed due to laryngitis. Rescheduled to July 2, 1996.[5]

Promotional performances[edit]

Date Show Set
April 20, 1995 Top of the Pops "Army of Me" (with Skunk Anansie)
April 22, 1995 The White Room "Army of Me"
"I Miss You"
April 23, 1995 Top of the Pops "Army of Me"
June 17, 1995 Later... with Jools Holland "Hyperballad"
"Possibly Maybe"
"Venus as a Boy"
August 16, 1995 Late Show with David Letterman "Hyperballad"
August 17, 1995 Top of the Pops "Isobel" (live from New York)
August 24, 1995 Top of the Pops "Isobel"
Summer 1995 Festivalbar "Army of Me"
November 2, 1995 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno "It's Oh So Quiet"
November 23, 1995 Top of the Pops "It's Oh So Quiet"
December 3, 1995 Smash Hits Poll Winners Party "It's Oh So Quiet"
December 14, 1995 Top of the Pops "It's Oh So Quiet"
January 11, 1996 TFI Friday "Possibly Maybe"
January 13, 1996 Jack Dee's Saturday Night "It's Oh So Quiet"
February 18, 1996 Taratata "It's Oh So Quiet"
April 19, 1996 TFI Friday "I Miss You"
November 8, 1996 Top of the Pops "Possibly Maybe"
March 4, 1997 1997 Nordic Council Music Prize "Hyperballad" (In Icelandic)
"You've Been Flirting Again"(In Icelandic)
"5 Years"[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://web.archive.org/web/20011201030216/http://intimate.org/bjork/gigography/
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "gigography - 1995". old.bjork.com. Retrieved 8 April 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c d "1995 Bjork". setlist.fm. Retrieved 8 April 2013. 
  4. ^ "Björk’s Concert Listing – Events from 1995". last.fm. Retrieved 8 April 2013. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "gigography - 1996". old.bjork.com. Retrieved 8 April 2013. 
  6. ^ "Björk’s Concert Listing – Events from 1996". last.fm. Retrieved 9 April 2013. 
  7. ^ "Listahátíð í Reykjavík 1996". p. 21. Retrieved 16 May 2013. 
  8. ^ Falk, Johan (Det Virtuelle Musikbibliotek). "BJÖRK A Breath of fresh Air for the Nordic Council". Det. Retrieved 23 March 2014.