Weddings, Barmitzvahs & Stadiums Tour

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Weddings, Barmitzvahs & Stadiums Tour
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Cover of tour programme
Tour by Robbie Williams
Associated album Sing When You're Winning
Start date 30 June 2001 (2001-06-30)
End date 18 November 2001 (2001-11-18)
Legs 3
Shows 14 in Europe
3 in Asia
8 in Australasia
25 Total
Robbie Williams concert chronology
The Sermon on the Mount Tour
(2000-01)
Weddings, Barmitzvahs & Stadiums Tour
(2001)
2003 Tour
(2003)

The Weddings, Barmitzvahs & Stadiums Tour was a concert tour by British singer-songwriter Robbie Williams.[1] The second leg of the tour was renamed to Sing When You're Pacific Rimming Tour and Williams visited Australasia and Asia for the first time.[2]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Let Me Entertain You"
  2. "Live and Let Die"
  3. "Old Before I Die"
  4. "Better Man"
  5. "Strong"
  6. "Wimmin"
  7. "The Road to Mandalay"
  8. "Forever Texas"
  9. "No Regrets" / "Kill You"
  10. "Supreme"
  11. "Let Love Be Your Energy"
  12. "Kids"
  13. "She's The One"
  14. "Millennium"
  15. "Angels"
  16. "Rock DJ"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Weddings, Barmitzvahs & Stadiums
30 June 2001 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival Grounds
6 July 2001 Dublin Ireland Lansdowne Road
7 July 2001
14 July 2001 Cardiff Wales Millennium Stadium
15 July 2001
20 July 2001 Milton Keynes England National Bowl
21 July 2001
22 July 2001
27 July 2001 Manchester Old Trafford Cricket Ground
28 July 2001
29 July 2001
4 August 2001 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park
5 August 2001
11 August 2001 Cologne Germany RheinEnergieStadion
Sing When You're Pacific Rimming
Asia
18 October 2001 Hong Kong China Hong Kong Coliseum
20 October 2001 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
26 October 2001 Taipei Taiwan SuperDome
Australasia
1 November 2001 Perth Australia Perth Entertainment Centre
3 November 2001 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
5 November 2001 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
8 November 2001 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
11 November 2001 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
13 November 2001 Christchurch New Zealand WestpacTrust Centre
16 November 2001 Wellington Westpac Stadium
18 November 2001 Auckland Ericsson Stadium

Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

  • Yolanda Charles
  • Gary Nuttall
  • Fil Eisler
  • Claire Worrall
  • Chris Sharrock
  • Melvyn Duffy
  • Katie Kissoon
  • Tessa Niles
  • Steve Sidwell
  • Paul Spong
  • Simon Gardner
  • Neil Sidwell
  • Chris White
  • Dave Bishop

References[edit]

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