The One Tour

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The One Tour
Tour by Elton John
Associated album The One
Start date 26 May 1992
End date 20 June 1993
Legs 7
Shows 152 in total
Elton John concert chronology
Sleeping with the Past Tour
(1989-1990)
The One Tour
(1992-1993)
Face to Face 1994
(1994)

Elton John and his band set out on The One Tour just under a month prior to the album's release. The album proved a big success as did the world tour which lasted for two years.[1][2]

Tour[edit]

This was John's first tour since his rehabilitation from drug and alcohol addictions and bulimia in 1990. This is the last tour to feature his Roland RD-1000 digital piano. He would start playing his current Yamaha Disklavier piano shortly after.

The first European leg lasted from 26 May to 21 July visiting 13 countries ending at Barcelona Mini Stadium during the 1992 Summer Olympics. The show, filmed in front of 30,000 fans, was released on VHS and later on DVD.[3]

John and the band then moved on to the United States where The One was a commercial success. John returned to Dodger Stadium for two sold-out shows as well as another two at Shea Stadium. John also played six sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden, playing to approximately 120,000 people over the six shows. He finished the tour with two performances in Mexico, where he had never performed in concert before,[4] and two in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The tour was seen by 3 million people over 130 shows.

The 1993 leg of the tour started with nineteen shows in Australia, four shows in Hong Kong, and two shows in Singapore, where Elton had never previously performed.[5] The tour when went on to North America and then Europe. It ended in a concert in Istanbul, Turkey at the Istanbul Stadium on 20 June 1993.[6]

As In Europe, Elton dedicated "The Show Must Go On" to Freddie Mercury and performed this number away from the keyboard, with a hand-held microphone. Also, he dedicated "The Last Song" to the people suffering from AIDS. George Michael finally appeared at Dodger Stadium performing "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" with Elton as an encore; although Elton opened the concert with the same song.[7]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe
26 May 1992 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
27 May 1992
29 May 1992 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Stadium
31 May 1992 Copenhagen Denmark Østerbro Stadium
1 June 1992 Dortmund Germany Westfalenhallen
2 June 1992
4 June 1992 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
6 June 1992 Nürburgring Rock Am Ring
7 June 1992 Bremen Weserstadion
9 June 1992 Munich Olympiahalle
10 June 1992
12 June 1992
13 June 1992 Vienna Austria Prater Stadium
15 June 1992 Berlin Germany Waldbühne
16 June 1992
17 June 1992 Nîmes France Arena of Nîmes
18 June 1992 Paris Hippodrome De Vincennes
19 June 1992 Rotterdam Netherlands Feijenoord Stadion
21 June 1992 Sheffield England Sheffield Arena
22 June 1992
26 June 1992 London Wembley Stadium
27 June 1992
28 June 1992
30 June 1992 Birmingham National Indoor Arena
1 July 1992 Brussels Belgium Forest National
3 July 1992 Lausanne Switzerland Pontaise Stadium
4 July 1992 Basel St. Jakob Stadium
6 July 1992 Bologna Italy Stadio Renato Dall'Ara
8 July 1992 Rome Stadio Olimpico
10 July 1992 Monza Stadio Brianteo
11 July 1992 Nîmes France Arena of Nîmes
12 July 1992
13 July 1992 Madrid Spain Plaza De Toros Madrid
15 July 1992 Seville Betis Stadium
16 July 1992 Lisbon Portugal Estádio do Restelo
18 July 1992 Oviedo Spain Oviedo Stadium
19 July 1992 A Coruña La Corunna Real Stadium
21 July 1992 Barcelona Barcelona Mini Stadium
North America
11 August 1992 Atlanta United States Lakewood Amphitheater
12 August 1992
14 August 1992 Charlotte Blockbuster Pavilion
15 August 1992 Raleigh Walnut Creek Amphitheater
17 August 1992 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
19 August 1992 Toronto Canada SkyDome
21 August 1992 New York City United States Shea Stadium
22 August 1992
24 August 1992 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
25 August 1992 The Woodlands Mitchell Pavilion
26 August 1992
29 August 1992 Los Angeles Dodger Stadium
30 August 1992
2 September 1992 Greenwood Village Fiddlers Green Amphitheater
4 September 1992 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre
5 September 1992 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center
6 September 1992 Antioch Starwood Amphitheatre
11 September 1992 Hoffman Estates Poplar Creek Music Theater
12 September 1992
13 September 1992 Burgettstown Star Lake Amphitheater
15 September 1992 Mansfield Woods Performing Arts Center
16 September 1992
18 September 1992
19 September 1992 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
20 September 1992
22 September 1992 Philadelphia The Spectrum
23 September 1992
25 September 1992 Albany Knickerbocker Arena
26 September 1992 Syracuse Carrier Dome
1 October 1992 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
2 October 1992 New York City Madison Square Garden
3 October 1992
5 October 1992
7 October 1992
9 October 1992
10 October 1992
16 October 1992 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
23 October 1992 Austin Frank Erwin Center
25 October 1992 Dallas Starplex Amphitheater
30 October 1992 Oakland Oakland Coliseum Arena
2 November 1992 Inglewood Great Western Forum
4 November 1992
13 November 1992 Mexico City Mexico Estadio Azteca
14 November 1992
South America
21 November 1992 Buenos Aires Argentina River Plate Stadium
22 November 1992
Oceania
13 February 1993 Auckland New Zealand Mount Smart Stadium
16 February 1993 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena
17 February 1993
19 February 1993
20 February 1993
23 February 1993 Perth Perth Entertainment Centre
24 February 1993
26 February 1993 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
27 February 1993
1 March 1993 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
2 March 1993
4 March 1993 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
5 March 1993
6 March 1993
7 March 1993
8 March 1993
9 March 1993
11 March 1993
12 March 1993
13 March 1993
Asia
16 March 1993 Hong Kong China Hong Kong Coliseum
17 March 1993
19 March 1993
20 March 1993
23 March 1993 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
24 March 1993
North America
9 April 1993 Landover United States Capital Centre
10 April 1993 Philadelphia The Spectrum
13 April 1993 Montreal Canada Montreal Forum
14 April 1993
16 April 1993 Boston United States Boston Garden
17 April 1993
20 April 1993 Fairborn Nutter Center
21 April 1993 Milwaukee Bradley Center
23 April 1993 Pittsburgh Civic Arena
24 April 1993 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
25 April 1993 Buffalo Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
27 April 1993 New York City Revlon
30 April 1993 Lexington Memorial Coliseum
1 May 1993 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena
3 May 1993 Orlando Orlando Arena
4 May 1993
5 May 1993 Miami Miami Arena
7 May 1993 Chapel Hill Dean Smith Center
8 May 1993 Atlanta The Omni
Europe
12 May 1993 London England Earls Court
13 May 1993
15 May 1993 Dortmund Germany Westfalenhallen
16 May 1993
18 May 1993 Ghent Belgium Flanders Expo
19 May 1993 Strasbourg France Rhenus Sport
21 May 1993 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle Frankfurt
22 May 1993
24 May 1993 Paris France Bercy
25 May 1993
26 May 1993
27 May 1993
30 May 1993 Hannover Germany Garbsen
31 May 1993 Nuremberg Nuremberg Stadium
2 June 1993 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
3 June 1993
4 June 1993 Salzburg Austria Residenzplatz
6 June 1993 Milan Italy The Forum
7 June 1993 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
8 June 1993 Valencia Valencia Stadium
10 June 1993 Marbella Marbella Stadium
12 June 1993 Tenerife Tenerife Stadium
17 June 1993 Tel Aviv Israel Hayarkon Park
18 June 1993 Athens Greece Athens Stadium
20 June 1993 Istanbul Turkey Istanbul Stadium

1992 setlists[edit]

1993 setlists[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] eltonography.com, Retrieved 29 August 2011
  2. ^ [2] eltonography.com, Retrieved 29 August 2011
  3. ^ [3] imdb.com, Retrieved 29 August 2011
  4. ^ [4] eltonography.com, Retrieved 29 August 2011
  5. ^ [5] eltonography.com, Retrieved 29 August 2011
  6. ^ [6] eltonography.com, Retrieved 29 August 2011
  7. ^ [7] eltonjohnallsongslist.blogspot.com, Retrieved 29 August 2011

External links[edit]

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