Say You Will Tour

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Say You Will Tour
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Tour by Fleetwood Mac
Start date May 7, 2003
End date September 14, 2004
Legs 5
Shows 136
Fleetwood Mac concert chronology
The Dance Tour
(1997)
Say You Will Tour
(2003/04)
Unleashed
(2009)

The Say You Will Tour was a concert tour by the rock band Fleetwood Mac in support of their 2003 album Say You Will. It ran from May 7, 2003 to September 14, 2004 and consisted of 136 shows in the United States, Canada, Germany, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

The tour DVD set Live In Boston was filmed at the Fleet Center in Boston on September 23 and 24, 2003. The tour grossed $69.0 million in North America in 2003 making it the 4th highest grossing US tour of the year. In 2004 it grossed a further $21.8 million in North America and was the 27th highest grossing US tour of that year bringing the total US gross for the Say You Will tour to $90.8 million.

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
North America
May 7, 2003 Columbus United States Schottenstein Center 11,637 / 11,637 $920,070
May 9, 2003 Washington, D.C. MCI Center 12,126 / 12,126 $1,458,432
May 10, 2003 Pittsburgh Mellon Arena 12,126 / 12,126 $1,095,646
May 13, 2003 Cleveland Gund Arena 9,752 / 11,252 $835,972
May 15, 2003 Buffalo HSBC Arena 12,393 / 13,348 $775,199
May 17, 2003 Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall 12,748 / 12,748 $1,297,652
May 19, 2003 Philadelphia First Union Center 16,795 / 16,795 $1,563,275
May 21, 2003 Albany Pepsi Arena 9,296 / 9,296 $637,485
May 23, 2003 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum 13,410 / 13,410 $1,340,948
May 25, 2003 East Rutherford Continental Airlines Arena 14,822 / 14,822 $1,522,070
May 27, 2003 Worcester Worcester's Centrum Centre 22,875 / 22,875 $2,012,376
May 28, 2003
May 31, 2003 Nashville Gaylord Entertainment Center 10,563 / 10,563 $748,273
June 1, 2003 Greenville Bi-Lo Center 10,657 / 10,657 $874,622
June 3, 2003 Atlanta Philips Arena 12,656 / 12,656 $1,108,443
June 5, 2003 Birmingham BJCC Arena 10,160 / 11,063 $735,253
June 7, 2003 Sunrise Office Depot Center 12,323 / 12,323 $1,146,121
June 8, 2003 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum 9,471 / 11,199 $719,224
June 12, 2003 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 13,931 / 13,931 $1,192,629
June 14, 2003 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena 10,929 / 10,929 $1,003,215
June 19, 2003 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 25,271 / 25,271 $2,300,763
June 20, 2003
June 22, 2003 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities 8,628 / 10,378 $640,045
June 24, 2003 Indianapolis Conseco Fieldhouse 9,613 / 11,894 $711,800
June 26, 2003 Rosemont Allstate Arena 28,416 / 28,416 $2,522,717
June 27, 2003
June 29, 2003 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater 22,999 / 22,999 $1,112,150
July 1, 2003 Oklahoma City Ford Center 15,674 / 15,674 $1,415,276
July 3, 2003 Dallas American Airlines Center 13,932 / 13,932 $1,102,137
July 5, 2003 Paradise MGM Grand Garden Arena 12,220 / 12,220 $1,842,900
July 6, 2003 Sacramento ARCO Arena 15,239 / 15,239 $1,330,123
July 8, 2003 San Jose HP Pavilion at San Jose N/A N/A
July 11, 2003 Los Angeles Staples Center
July 12, 2003
July 16, 2003 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
July 17, 2003
July 19, 2003 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena 9,906 / 9,906 $783,695
July 21, 2003 Phoenix America West Arena 10,201 / 10,201 $1,100,495
July 23, 2003 Oakland Oakland Arena 8,856 / 10,266 $830,768
July 25, 2003 Portland Rose Garden 11,722 / 11,722 $1,177,810
July 26, 2003 Auburn White River Amphitheatre 11,874 / 13,630 $1,064,889
July 29, 2003 Nampa Idaho Center N/A N/A
August 1, 2003 Reno Lawlor Events Center 8,151 / 9,877 $710,596
August 2, 2003 Salt Lake City Delta Center N/A N/A
August 5, 2003 El Paso Don Haskins Center 7,933 / 8,933 $608,495
August 7, 2003 Lubbock United Spirit Arena 7,990 / 9,297 $553,868
August 9, 2003 Bossier City CenturyTel Center 10,236 / 11,142 $813,982
August 10, 2003 Memphis Pyramid Arena N/A N/A
August 13, 2003 St. Louis Savvis Center 9,488 / 11,855 $591,775
August 15, 2003 Kansas City Kemper Arena 11,050 / 12,952 $778,843
August 16, 2003 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center 7,630 / 9,781 $588,313
August 19, 2003 Grand Forks Alerus Center 7,808 / 11,800 $442,710
September 6, 2003 Biloxi Mississippi Coast Coliseum 9,579 / 9,579 $848,965
September 7, 2003 Duluth Arena at Gwinnett Center 8,017 / 9,910 $543,760
September 10, 2003 Greensbor Greensboro Coliseum Complex 9,639 / 11,687 $590,111
September 12, 2003 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena 9,188 / 11,188 $606,096
September 13, 2003 Chicago United Center 11,250 / 12,869 $1,014,998
September 17, 2003 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre 10,581 / 15,202 $631,290
September 20, 2003 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 13,471 / 13,471 $1,030,835
September 21, 2003 Wantagh United States Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theater 11,735 / 13,944 $858,980
September 24, 2003 Boston Fleet Center 13,100 / 14,609 $1,020,897
September 27, 2003 Bridgeport Arena at Harbor Yard 8,262 / 8,262 $993,506
September 28, 2003 Philadelphia First Union Center 12,265 / 15,000 $820,550
September 30, 2003 New York City Madison Square Garden 11,418 / 13,208 $1,159,745
October 2, 2003 Washington, D.C. MCI Center 10,283 / 12,045 $801,715
October 5, 2003 San Antonio SBC Center 9,498 / 11,529 $580,414
October 6, 2003 Houston Toyota Center 11,790 / 14,158 $891,183
October 9, 2003 Omaha Qwest Center 13,425 / 13,425 $1,062,185
October 11, 2003 Denver Pepsi Center 15,480 / 15,480 $1,363,151
October 13, 2003 Los Angeles Staples Center 9,520 / 11,069 $874,029
October 15, 2003 Bakersfield Centennial Garden Arena 9,023 / 9,023 $896,335
October 18, 2003 Paradise MGM Grand Garden Arena 8,682 / 10,602 $978,190
Europe
November 9, 2003 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle
November 10, 2003 Berlin Max Schmeling-Halle
November 13, 2003 Oberhausen Konig-Pilsener Arena
November 16, 2003 Kiel Ostseehalle
November 19, 2003 Dublin Ireland The Point Theatre
November 20, 2003
November 22, 2003 Newcastle upon Tyne England Telewest Arena
November 25, 2003 Birmingham NEC Arena
November 26, 2003
November 29, 2003 London Earls Court Arena
November 30, 2013
December 3, 2003 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
December 4, 2003
December 7, 2003 Glasgow Scotland SECC Arena
December 8, 2003 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
December 10, 2003 London England Earls Court Arena
Australia
February 16, 2004 Newcastle Australia Entertainment Centre
February 19, 2004 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
February 20, 2004
February 23, 2004 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
February 24, 2004
February 27, 2004 Perth West Australian Cricket Grounds
February 28, 2014
March 2, 2014 Adelaide South Australian Cricket Grounds
March 4, 2004 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
March 6, 2004
March 7, 2004
North America
May 8, 2004 Madison United States Kohl Center Arena
May 9, 2004 Champaign Assembly Hall
May 12, 2004 Green Bay Resch Center
May 14, 2004 Nashville AmSouth Amphitheatre
May 15, 2004 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheatre
May 18, 2014 West Palm Beach Sound Advice Amphitheatre
May 20, 2004 Charlotte Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
May 22, 2004 Raleigh Alltel Pavilion @ Walnut Creek
May 23, 2004 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
May 28, 2004 Mansfield Tweeter Center
May 29, 2004 Holmdel P.N.C. Bank Arts Center
June 6, 2004 Wantagh Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theatre
June 8, 2004 Hartford Meadows Music
June 10, 2004 Scranton Montage Mountain Amphitheatre
June 12, 2004 Hersey Hersheypark Stadium
June 13, 2004 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
June 16, 2004 Dallas Smirnoff Music Center
June 17, 2004 The Woodlands The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
June 20, 2004 Irvine Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
June 22, 2004 Chula Vista Coors Amphitheatre
June 24, 2004 Fresno Savemart Center
June 26, 2004 Marysville Sleep Train Amphitheatre
June 27, 2004 Concord Chronicle Pavilion
June 29, 2004 San Jose HP Pavilion
July 1, 2004 Auburn White River Amphitheatre
July 3, 2004 Spokane Spokane Arena
July 5, 2004 Ridgefield The Amphitheatre at Clark County
July 7, 2004 Calgary Canada Saddledome
July 9, 2004 Bozeman United States Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
July 11, 2004 Englewood Fiddler's Green
July 13, 2004 Sioux City Tyson Events Center
July 14, 2004 Cedar Falls UNI Dome
July 17, 2004 Santa Ynez Chumash Casino Resort
July 18, 2004
September 10, 2004 Atlantic City Borgata Event Center
September 12, 2004 Camden Tweeter Center at the Waterfront (re-scheduled)
September 14, 2004 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre

Setlists[edit]

Most shows on the tour used one of two setlists, the first of which was used on the first four legs, and the second of which was used on the final leg.[1]

Setlist 1[edit]

  1. The Chain
  2. Dreams
  3. Eyes of the World
  4. Peacekeeper
  5. Second Hand News
  6. Say You Will
  7. Never Going Back Again
  8. Rhiannon
  9. Come
  10. Gypsy
  11. Big Love
  12. Landslide
  13. Say Goodbye
  14. What's the World Coming To
  15. Beautiful Child
  16. Gold Dust Woman
  17. I'm So Afraid
  18. Silver Springs
  19. Tusk
  20. Stand Back
  21. Go Your Own Way

Encore 1:

  1. World Turning
  2. Don't Stop

Encore 2:

  1. Goodbye Baby

Setlist 2[edit]

Setlist 2, used later in the tour, made the following changes:

  • Song #3 -- "I Know I'm Not Wrong" was played in place of "Eyes of the World"
  • Song #10 -- "Sara" was played in place of "Gypsy"
  • Song #14 -- "Red Rover" was played in place of "What's the World Coming To"
  • Song #18 -- "Silver Springs" was dropped entirely

Personnel[edit]

Fleetwood Mac[edit]

Supporting members[edit]

  • Sharon Celani - backing vocals
  • Mindy Stein - backing vocals through September 28, 2003
    (left due to pregnancy)
  • Jana Anderson - backing vocals after September 28, 2003
  • Carlos Rios - guitar
  • Neale Heywood - guitar, backing vocals
  • Brett Tuggle - keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Steve Rinkov - drums on "Eyes of the World", "I Know I'm Not Wrong", "Come", and "Tusk"
  • Taku Hirano - percussion
  • Michael Dean - Keyboards on "The Chain", "Dreams", "Eyes of the World", "Peacekeeper", "Second Hand News", "What's the World Coming To", "Beautiful Child", "Gold Dust Woman", "Tusk", "Stand Back", "Go Your Own Way", "World Turning", "Don't Stop" and "Goodbye Baby".
  • Michael Bernard - Keyboards/Samples on "The Chain", "Dreams", "Eyes of the World", "Peacekeeper", "Second Hand News", "What's the World Coming To", "Beautiful Child", "Gold Dust Woman", "Tusk", "Stand Back", "Go Your Own Way", "World Turning", "Don't Stop" and "Goodbye Baby".
    (after Michael Dean's exit from the tour after the first tour leg)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "The Say You Will Tour". Retrieved January 20, 2007. 

External links[edit]