The Stone Roses live performances

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The Stone Roses, an alternative rock band from Manchester, have had concerts and other live performances in Europe, North America, Australia, Asia.[1][2]

Tour dates[edit]

1984[edit]

Date City Country Venue
23 October London United Kingdom Hampstead Moonlight Club
21 November Exeter Labour Club
22 November Kensington Ad-Lib Club

1985[edit]

Date City Country Venue
4 January Fulham United Kingdom The Greyhound
13 January Manchester Piccadilly Radio Session
19 January London The Marquee
8 February London Dingwalls
20 February Nottingham The Maze
29 March Preston Clouds
10 April Linköping Sweden Bing Bang Club
11 April Norrköping Olympia
19 April Stockholm Lilla Marquee
25 April Kolingsborg
26 April Lidingö Stad
30 April
10 May Manchester United Kingdom The International I
14 May The Gallery
4 July London The Underground
20 July Manchester Flower Show I
10 August London The Marquee Club
15 August Manchester The Haçienda
24 August London The Marquee Club
27 August Manchester The Haçienda
11 September London Embassy Club
26 October The Riverside
22 November Manchester Manchester University
30 November Flower Show II

1986[edit]

Date City Country Venue
5 March Blackburn United Kingdom King George’s Hall
25 March Warwick Warwick University
10 May Manchester Manchester University
24 May Warwick Warwick University
31 May Dublin Ireland McOnagles
6 June Leeds United Kingdom The Warehouse
5 July London The Three Crows Club
7 July Manchester The Ritz
11 August Liverpool Mardis Gras Club with local band Innervision.
14 August Barrow Bluebird Club
2 November Manchester Manchester University

1987[edit]

Date City Country Venue
30 January Manchester United Kingdom The International I
30 May
26 June
3 July Sheffield Take Two
17 July Liverpool Planet X
11 August Sefton Park
13 November Manchester The International I

1988[edit]

Date City Country Venue
23 January London United Kingdom Dingwalls
11 March Manchester The International I
30 May The International II
18 November Warrington Legends
19 November Manchester Legends
25 November London London Polytechnic
26 November St Helens Citadel
29 November Chester Olives
2 December London London School of Economics
7 December Belfast Belfast University
11 December Edinburgh The Venue

1989[edit]

Date City Country Venue
30 January Manchester United Kingdom The Haçienda
17 February Warrington Legends
20 February Sheffield Sheffield University
23 February Middlesex Middlesex Polytechnic
27 February Manchester The Haçienda
28 February Brighton Escape Club
1 March Bradford Club Rio
2 March Cardiff The Venue
3 March Warrington Legends
15 March London Powerhaus
5 April Liverpool Liverpool Polytechnic
28 April Portsmouth South Parade Pier
29 April Uxbridge Brunel University
4 May Liverpool Liverpool Polytechnic
5 May Widnes Queen’s Hall
6 May Manchester International II
7 May Sheffield Sheffield University
8 May Leeds Warehouse
11 May Nottingham Trent Polytechnic
12 May Dudley JBs
13 May Tunbridge Angel Centre
15 May London ICA
17 May Birmingham Edwards No 8 - cancelled
19 May Aberystwyth Aberystwyth University
22 May London Camden Dingwalls
24 May Oxford Oxford Polytechnic
25 May Shrewsbury Fridge
26 May Milton Keynes Elektra (Cancelled due to recording)
27 May St Helens Citadel (Cancelled due to recording)
30 May Preston Guildhall Foyer
3 June Walsall Junction 10
6 June Reading Majestic
7 June Leicester Leicester University
8 June
20 June Newcastle Riverside
21 June Edinburgh Venue
22 June Glasgow Rooftops
23 June Middlesbrough Town Hall
24 June Northampton Roadmenders
25 June Norwich Norwich Arts Centre
26 June Bristol Bierkeller
27 June Stratford-upon-Avon Civic Hall
28 June Birmingham Irish Centre
30 June Leeds Leeds Polytechnic
10 July Paris France La Cigale
27 July Newcastle United Kingdom Riverside
12 August Blackpool Empress Ballroom
23 September Valencia Spain Barraca
28 September Milan Italy Rolling Stone Festival
1 October Deinze Belgium Dienze Futurama
3 October Hamburg Germany Club Logo
4 October Cologne Luxor Club
10 October Amsterdam Netherlands Melkweg
12 October Paris France Les Inrockuptibles Festival
23 October Kawasaki Japan Club Citta
24 October Tokyo Kan-1 Hoken Hall
25 October Osaka Mainichi Hall
27 October Tokyo Nihon Seinenkan
18 November London United Kingdom Alexandra Palace
21 November The Late Show BBC2
23 November Top Of The Pops BBC1

1990[edit]

Date City Country Venue
15 May Copenhagen Denmark Patrol
16 May Lund Sweden Mejeriet
17 May Stockholm Fryshuset
19 May Oslo Norway The Voice
27 May Widnes United Kingdom Spike Island
3 June Seinajoki Finland Provinssirock Festival
7 June Belfast United Kingdom Maysfield Leisure Centre
9 June Glasgow Glasgow Green

1995[edit]

Date City Country Venue
19 April Oslo Norway Rockefeller Music Hall
20 April Stockholm Sweden Palladium
21 April Gothenburg Kåren
24 April Hamburg Germany Docks
25 April Berlin Metropol
6 May Copenhagen Denmark
14 May Atlanta United States Midtown Music Festival
17 May Washington D.C. Gaston Hall
(Relocated to The Black Cat)
18 May Toronto Canada Marine Terminals
20 May New York United States Manhattan Ballroom
21 May Boston Avalon Club
22 May New York Webster Hall
24 May Philadelphia Trocadero Theatre
26 May St. Louis Pointfest
27 May Chicago World Music Theatre
29 May Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
31 May San Francisco The Fillmore

1996[edit]

Date City Country Venue
2 August Benicassim Spain Festival Internacional de Benicàssim
10 August Vilar de Mouros Portugal Vilar de Mouros Festival
11 August Skanderborg Denmark Skanderborg Festival
25 August Reading United Kingdom Reading Festival

2012[edit]

Further information: Reunion Tour (The Stone Roses)

On 18 October 2011, The Stone Roses called a press conference to confirm their reunion and two homecoming shows at Heaton Park, Manchester on 29 and 30 June 2012.[3][4] In addition to this, they also stated their intention to complete a reunion world tour and an album of new material.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Live | The Stone Roses fansite". Thestoneroses.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-03-19. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
  3. ^ "The Stone Roses confirm reunion and two homecoming shows for 2012 | News". Nme.Com. 2011-10-18. Retrieved 2012-03-19. 
  4. ^ Published Tuesday, 18 Oct 2011, 18:25 BST (2011-10-18). "The Stone Roses reunion: In their own words - Music News - Digital Spy". Digitalspy.ie. Retrieved 2012-03-19. 
  5. ^ Corey Tate (2011-10-18). "Stone Roses Reunion Tour and New Album is Happening". Thespacelab.tv. Retrieved 2012-03-19. 

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