Standing on the Shoulder of Giants Tour

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Standing on the Shoulder of Giants Tour
Tour by Oasis
Associated album Standing on the Shoulder of Giants
Start date 11 March 2000
End date 28 August 2000
Legs 4
Shows 42 in Europe
20 in North America
10 in Asia
72 in Total
Oasis concert chronology
Be Here Now Tour
(1997–1998)
Standing on the Shoulder of Giants Tour
(2000)
The Tour of Brotherly Love
(2001)

The Standing on the Shoulder of Giants World Tour was a concert tour by English band Oasis, which took place in 2000. The tour was in promotion of their fourth studio album Standing on the Shoulder of Giants.

Set list[edit]

The band's typical set list was:

  1. "Fuckin' in the Bushes" (Intro)
  2. "Go Let It Out"
  3. "Who Feels Love?"
  4. "Supersonic"
  5. "Shakermaker"
  6. "Acquiesce"
  7. "Step Out" (Gallagher/Wonder/Cosby/Moy)
  8. "Gas Panic!"
  9. "Roll with It"
  10. "Stand by Me"
  11. "Wonderwall"
  12. "Cigarettes & Alcohol"
  13. "Don't Look Back in Anger"
  14. "Live Forever"

Encore:

  1. "Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)" (Neil Young)
  2. "Champagne Supernova"
  3. "Rock 'n' Roll Star"

Credits:

  • All tracks written by Noel Gallagher except where stated

Helter Skelter, and My Generation were played sometimes during the Japanese and UK leg. Who Feels Love was sometimes played acoustically. The live album Familiar to Millions was recorded at the two concerts at Wembley although due to Liam being drunk voiceovers were used from another gig in Japan. Noel Gallagher dedicated the song "Hey Hey My My" to Kurt Cobain when they played in his hometown of Seattle on the sixth anniversary of his death. The most famous rivalry between Noel and Liam caused Noel to leave halfway through the First European Gig but returned later to complete the leg. When the band played Cigarettes & Alcohol, they would start with an instrumental version of Tomorrow Never Knows go onto Cigarettes & Alcohol and then finish with Whole Lotta Love. The band also included Sunday Morning Call and Where Did It All Go Wrong? as well as a cover of the Beatles song Helter Skelter, all of which were sang by Noel.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Asia
29 February 2000 Yokohama Japan Yokohama Arena
1 March 2000 Nagoya Nagoya Rainbow Hall
3 March 2000 Fukuoka Marine Messe Fukuoka
5 March 2000 Yokohama Yokohama Arena
6 March 2000
7 March 2000
9 March 2000 Osaka Osaka Castle Hall
11 March 2000 Kobe World Memorial Hall
12 March 2000
16 March 2000 Sendai Army Hall
Europe
21 March 2000 Paris France Bataclan
23 March 2000 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique
25 March 2000 Cologne Germany E-Werk Cologne
North America
4 April 2000 Seattle United States Paramount Theater
6 April 2000 Portland Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
8 April 2000 Berkeley Berkeley Community Center
9 April 2000 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheater
11 April 2000 Paradise House of Blues @ Hard Rock Hotel
13 April 2000 Denver Auditorium Theatre
15 April 2000 Minneapolis Minneapolis State Theatre
16 April 2000 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
18 April 2000 Chicago Chicago Theatre
19 April 2000 Detroit State Theatre
21 April 2000 Akron E. J. Thomas Hall
22 April 2000 Indianapolis Murat Shrine
24 April 2000 Columbus Palace Theatre
26 April 2000 Upper Darby Tower Theater
27 April 2000 Boston Orpheum Theatre
29 April 2000 Toronto Canada Maple Leaf Gardens
1 May 2000 New York City United States Radio City Music Hall
3 May 2000 Fairfax Patriot Center
5 May 2000 Atlanta Music Midtown
8 May 2000 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes
Europe
17 May 2000 Lisbon Portugal Praca Sony
19 May 2000 Leganés Spain Plaza de Toros La Cubierta
30 May 2000 Milan Italy Fila Forum
31 May 2000 Zurich Switzerland Saalsporthalle
2 June 2000 Vienna Austria Stadthalle
3 June 2000 Leipzig Germany Haus Auensee
5 June 2000 Warsaw Poland Torwar Hall
7 June 2000 Berlin Germany Arena
9 June 2000[A] Nürburg Nürburgring
10 June 2000[B] Landgraaf Netherlands Megaland Park
11 June 2000[C] Nuremberg Germany Frankenstadion
13 June 2000 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
15 June 2000[D] Hultsfred Sweden Lake Hulingen
18 June 2000[E] Imola Italy Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
19 June 2000 Marseille France Dôme St Justé
21 June 2000[F] Paris France Place de la République
22 June 2000 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
30 June 2000[G] Werchter Belgium Werchter Festival Grounds
1 July 2000[H] Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival Grounds
2 July 2000[I] Turku Finland Ruissalo
4 July 2000 Barcelona Spain Pavelló de la Vall d'Hebron
6 July 2000[J] Kristiansand Norway Oderøya
8 July 2000 Dublin Ireland Lansdowne Road
9 July 2000[K] Belfort France Lac de Malsaucy
12 July 2000[L] Athens Greece Terra Vibe Park
15 July 2000 Bolton England Reebok Stadium
16 July 2000
21 July 2000 London Wembley Stadium
22 July 2000
26 July 2000[M] Nyon Switzerland Plaine de L'Asse
29 July 2000 Edinburgh Scotland Murrayfield Stadium
4 August 2000[N] Benicàssim Spain Benicàssim Festival Grounds
6 August 2000[O] Odemira Portugal Zambujeira do Mar
8 August 2000[P] Budapest Hungary Óbuda Island
12 August 2000[Q] Skanderborg Denmark Skanderborg Festival
23 August 2000[R] Gijón Spain Gijón Festival
25 August 2000[S] Reading England Little John's Farm
26 August 2000[T] Glasgow Scotland Glasgow Green
27 August 2000[U] Leeds England Bramham Park
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances