Wherever We May Roam Tour

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Wherever We May Roam
Tour by Metallica
Associated album Metallica
Start date August 1, 1991
End date December 18, 1992
Shows 224
Metallica concert chronology
Damaged Justice
(1988-1989)
Wherever We May Roam Tour
(1991-1992)
Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour
(1992)

Wherever We May Roam (mentioned by band members in interviews as Wherever I May Roam) was the fifth concert tour by the American thrash metal band Metallica. It began in autumn of 1991. The North American legs ran through summer 1992, followed by the Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour, the Wherever We May Roam European leg, and finally the Nowhere Else to Roam tour of smaller markets in North America, Mexico, Asia, Australia, South America, Europe and Israel, ending in the summer of 1993.

These initial North American shows took place in arenas, with multiple dates in largely populated areas not uncommon. The band was at a commercial peak, following the release of their fifth album as well as their highly successful and best-selling album called Metallica (The Black Album) and its breakthrough hit "Enter Sandman". The leg of the tour overlapped with the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, which Metallica performed a short setlist at.

The 1991 European leg was part of the Monsters of Rock festival. The last concert of that leg, held on September 28, 1991, at Tushino Airfield in Moscow, was described as "the first free outdoor Western rock concert in Soviet history" and had a crowd estimated between 150,000 and 500,000 people,[1][2] with some unofficial estimates as high as 1,600,000.[3] On the North American leg, the January 13 and 14, 1992 shows in San Diego were later released in the box set Live Shit: Binge & Purge,[4] while the tour and the album were later documented in A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica.[5]

During the Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour, Hetfield suffered second and third degree burns to his arms, face, hands, and legs during a live performance of the introduction of "Fade to Black".[4]

First typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the Atlanta, GA The Omni show on March 28, 1992)

  1. "Enter Sandman"
  2. "Creeping Death"
  3. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  4. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  5. "Sad but True"
  6. "Wherever I May Roam"
  7. Bass Solo
  8. "Through the Never"
  9. "The Unforgiven"
  10. "Justice Medley"
    1. "Eye of the Beholder"
    2. "Blackened"
    3. "The Frayed Ends of Sanity"
    4. "...And Justice for All"
    5. "Blackened"
  11. Drum Solo
  12. Guitar Solo
  13. "Nothing Else Matters"
  14. "For Whom the Bell Tolls
  15. "Fade to Black"
  16. "Whiplash"
  17. "Master of Puppets"
  18. "Seek & Destroy"
  19. "One"
  20. "Last Caress" (originally performed by the Misfits)
  21. "Am I Evil?" (originally performed by Diamond Head)
  22. "Battery"
  23. "Stone Cold Crazy" (originally performed by Queen)

Second typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the Landover, MD Capital Centre show on April 1, 1992)

  1. "Enter Sandman"
  2. "Creeping Death"
  3. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  4. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  5. "Sad but True"
  6. "Wherever I May Roam"
  7. Bass Solo
  8. "Through the Never"
  9. "The Unforgiven"
  10. "Justice Medley"
    1. "Eye of the Beholder"
    2. "Blackened"
    3. "The Frayed Ends of Sanity"
    4. "...And Justice for All"
    5. "Blackened"
  11. Drum Solo
  12. Guitar Solo
  13. "Nothing Else Matters"
  14. "For Whom the Bell Tolls
  15. "Fade to Black"
  16. "Whiplash"
  17. "Master of Puppets"
  18. "Seek & Destroy"
  19. "One"
  20. "Last Caress" (originally performed by the Misfits)
  21. "Am I Evil?" (originally performed by Diamond Head)
  22. "Battery"
  23. "Stone Cold Crazy" (originally performed by Queen)

Third typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the San Francisco, CA Cow Palace show on May 9, 1992)

  1. "Enter Sandman"
  2. "Creeping Death"
  3. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  4. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  5. "Sad but True"
  6. "Wherever I May Roam"
  7. Bass Solo
  8. "Through the Never"
  9. "The Unforgiven"
  10. "Justice Medley"
    1. "Eye of the Beholder"
    2. "Blackened"
    3. "The Frayed Ends of Sanity"
    4. "...And Justice for All"
    5. "Blackened"
  11. Drum Solo
  12. Guitar Solo
  13. "Nothing Else Matters"
  14. "For Whom the Bell Tolls
  15. "Fade to Black"
  16. "Whiplash"
  17. "Master of Puppets"
  18. "Seek & Destroy"
  19. "One"
  20. "Last Caress" (originally performed by the Misfits)
  21. "Am I Evil?" (originally performed by Diamond Head)
  22. "Battery"
  23. "Stone Cold Crazy" (originally performed by Queen)

Fourth typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the Barcelona, Spain Palau Sant Jordi show on November 12, 1992)

  1. "Enter Sandman"
  2. "Creeping Death"
  3. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  4. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  5. "Sad but True"
  6. "Wherever I May Roam"
  7. "The Unforgiven"
  8. "Justice Medley"
    1. "Eye of the Beholder"
    2. "Blackened"
    3. "The Frayed Ends of Sanity"
    4. "...And Justice for All"
    5. "Blackened"
  9. Bass Solo
  10. Guitar Solo
  11. "Through the Never"
  12. "For Whom the Bell Tolls
  13. "Fade to Black"
  14. "Master of Puppets"
  15. "Seek & Destroy"
  16. "Whiplash"
  17. "Nothing Else Matters"
  18. "Am I Evil?" (originally performed by Diamond Head)
  19. "Last Caress" (originally performed by the Misfits)
  20. "One"
  21. "Battery"
  22. "Stone Cold Crazy" (originally performed by Queen)

Fifth typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the Rome, Italy Palamarino show on November 16, 1992

  1. "Enter Sandman"
  2. "Creeping Death"
  3. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  4. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  5. "Sad but True"
  6. "Wherever I May Roam"
  7. "The Unforgiven"
  8. "Justice Medley"
    1. "Eye of the Beholder"
    2. "Blackened"
    3. "The Frayed Ends of Sanity"
    4. "...And Justice for All"
    5. "Blackened"
  9. Bass Solo
  10. Guitar Solo
  11. "Through the Never"
  12. "For Whom the Bell Tolls
  13. "Fade to Black"
  14. "Master of Puppets"
  15. "Seek & Destroy"
  16. "Whiplash"
  17. "Nothing Else Matters"
  18. "Am I Evil?" (originally performed by Diamond Head)
  19. "Last Caress" (originally performed by the Misfits)
  20. "One"
  21. "Battery"
  22. "Stone Cold Crazy" (originally performed by Queen)

Sixth typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the Munich, Germany Olympiahalle show on November 22, 1992)

  1. "Enter Sandman"
  2. "Creeping Death"
  3. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  4. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  5. "Sad but True"
  6. "Wherever I May Roam"
  7. "The Unforgiven"
  8. "Justice Medley"
    1. "Eye of the Beholder"
    2. "Blackened"
    3. "The Frayed Ends of Sanity"
    4. "...And Justice for All"
    5. "Blackened"
  9. Bass Solo
  10. Guitar Solo
  11. "Through the Never"
  12. "For Whom the Bell Tolls
  13. "Fade to Black"
  14. "Master of Puppets"
  15. "Seek & Destroy"
  16. "Whiplash"
  17. "Nothing Else Matters"
  18. "Am I Evil?" (originally performed by Diamond Head)
  19. "Last Caress" (originally performed by the Misfits)
  20. "One"
  21. "Battery"
  22. "Stone Cold Crazy" (originally performed by Queen)

Seventh typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the Dortmund, Germany Westfalenhalle show on November 24, 1992)

  1. "Enter Sandman"
  2. "Creeping Death"
  3. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  4. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  5. "Sad but True"
  6. "Wherever I May Roam"
  7. "The Unforgiven"
  8. "Justice Medley"
    1. "Eye of the Beholder"
    2. "Blackened"
    3. "The Frayed Ends of Sanity"
    4. "...And Justice for All"
    5. "Blackened"
  9. Bass Solo
  10. Guitar Solo
  11. "Through the Never"
  12. "For Whom the Bell Tolls
  13. "Fade to Black"
  14. "Master of Puppets"
  15. "Seek & Destroy"
  16. "Whiplash"
  17. "Nothing Else Matters"
  18. "Am I Evil?" (originally performed by Diamond Head)
  19. "Last Caress" (originally performed by the Misfits)
  20. "One"
  21. "Battery"
  22. "Stone Cold Crazy" (originally performed by Queen)

Eighth typical setlist[edit]

(Taken from the Frankfurt, Germany Festhalle show on November 26, 1992)

  1. "Enter Sandman"
  2. "Creeping Death"
  3. "Harvester of Sorrow"
  4. "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
  5. "Sad but True"
  6. "Wherever I May Roam"
  7. "The Unforgiven"
  8. "Justice Medley"
    1. "Eye of the Beholder"
    2. "Blackened"
    3. "The Frayed Ends of Sanity"
    4. "...And Justice for All"
    5. "Blackened"
  9. Bass Solo
  10. Guitar Solo
  11. "Through the Never"
  12. "For Whom the Bell Tolls
  13. "Fade to Black"
  14. "Master of Puppets"
  15. "Seek & Destroy"
  16. "Whiplash"
  17. "Nothing Else Matters"
  18. "Am I Evil?" (originally performed by Diamond Head)
  19. "Last Caress" (originally performed by the Misfits)
  20. "One"
  21. "Battery"
  22. "Stone Cold Crazy" (originally performed by Queen)

The show[edit]

The band dispensed with supporting acts on the tour, billing it on tickets as "An Evening with Metallica / No Opening Act". Instead, a video presentation was shown before the concerts actually started which lasted about 20 minutes. Included might be clips of local sights near the venue, Metallica shopping in local stores, roadies prepping the arena, Lars Ulrich walking around backstage giving introductions and reciting band history, or other band members engaging in various hijinks. The video would conclude with a montage of "Enter Sandman" with film clips of Clint Eastwood in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Setlists consisted of a mixture of Metallica (The Black Album) material with fan-favorite songs from their first four albums. Shows were typically three to four hours long.

The stage itself was a diamond form, with a number of singing and playing positions as well as drum kit positions that would allow band members to rotate around. Some selected fans were located in a pit inside the stage area.

Once in the show's mid-section, individual unaccompanied solo slots were offered up, typically a bass solo, then later a drum solo, and in another while a guitar one. The drum slot was often the most popular, with a second drum kit popping up and Hetfield taking a seat, dueling with Ulrich. Drum parts from other bands such as Slayer might be quoted, or Kirk Hammett might appear to play a bit of "Smoke on the Water" along the drums.

Tour dates[edit]

Early North American Leg[edit]

Date City Venue
8/1/1991 United States Petaluma Phoenix Theater
8/2/1991 United States Petaluma Phoenix Theater

Monsters of Rock Leg[edit]

Date City Venue
8/10/1991 Denmark Copenhagen Gentofte Stadion
8/13/1991 Poland Chorzów Silesian Stadium
8/17/1991 United Kingdom Castle Donington Donington Park
8/22/1991 Hungary Budapest Nepstadion
8/24/1991 Germany Munich Olympiastadion
8/25/1991 Switzerland Basel St. Jakob Stadium
8/27/1991 Germany Berlin Waldbühne
8/28/1991 Germany Berlin Waldbühne
8/30/1991 Belgium Hasselt Kiewit Airfield
8/31/1991 Germany Hannover Niedersachsenstadion
9/1/1991 Netherlands Nijmegen Stadion de Goffert
9/7/1991 Germany Mainz Finthen Airfield
9/8/1991 Germany Oldenburg Weser-Ems-Halle
9/11/1991 Austria Graz Liebenau Stadion
9/14/1991 Italy Modena Festa de l'Unità
9/17/1991 Germany Dortmund Westfalenhalle
9/18/1991 Germany Dortmund Westfalenhalle
9/21/1991 France Paris Hippodrome de Vincennes
9/24/1991 Spain Barcelona Barcelona Olympic Stadium
9/28/1991 Russia Moscow Tushino Airfield

North American Leg[edit]

Date City Venue
10/12/1991 United States Oakland Oakland Stadium
10/29/1991 United States Peoria Peoria Civic Center
10/30/1991 United States Madison Dane County Arena
11/1/1991 United States Muskegon L. C. Walker Arena
11/2/1991 United States Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
11/3/1991 United States Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
11/5/1991 United States Milwaukee Bradley Center
11/6/1991 United States Des Moines Veterans Memorial Auditorium
11/8/1991 United States Minneapolis Target Center
11/9/1991 United States Duluth Duluth Arena Auditorium
11/10/1991 United States Cedar Rapids Five Seasons Center
11/12/1991 United States Green Bay Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena
11/14/1991 Canada Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens
11/15/1991 Canada Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens
11/17/1991 Canada Montreal Montreal Forum
11/18/1991 Canada Ottawa Ottawa Civic Centre
11/19/1991 Canada Quebec City Colisée de Québec
11/21/1991 United States Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Civic Arena
11/22/1991 United States Indianapolis Market Square Arena
11/24/1991 United States St. Louis St. Louis Arena
11/25/1991 United States Fort Wayne Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
11/27/1991 United States Omaha Omaha Civic Auditorium
11/28/1991 United States Kansas City Kemper Arena
11/30/1991 United States Richfield Richfield Coliseum
12/1/1991 United States Richfield Richfield Coliseum
12/3/1991 United States Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
12/5/1991 United States Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
12/6/1991 United States Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
12/7/1991 United States Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
12/18/1991 United States Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
12/19/1991 United States Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
12/20/1991 United States Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
12/22/1991 United States Worcester The Centrum
12/23/1991 United States Worcester The Centrum

New Year's Eve[edit]

Date City Venue
12/31/1991 Japan Tokyo Tokyo Dome

North American Leg (cont.)[edit]

Date City Venue
1/4/1992 United States Las Vegas Thomas & Mack Center
1/6/1992 United States Inglewood The Forum
1/7/1992 United States Inglewood The Forum
1/8/1992 United States Inglewood The Forum
1/10/1992 United States Sacramento ARCO Arena
1/11/1992 United States Sacramento ARCO Arena
1/13/1992 United States San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
1/14/1992 United States San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
1/17/1992 United States Houston The Summit
1/18/1992 United States New Orleans Lakefront Arena
1/20/1992 United States Little Rock Barton Coliseum
1/21/1992 United States Dallas Reunion Arena
1/22/1992 United States San Antonio HemisFair Arena
1/24/1992 United States Oklahoma City Myriad Arena
1/25/1992 United States Tulsa Expo Square Pavilion
1/27/1992 United States Austin Frank Erwin Center
1/28/1992 United States Shreveport Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
1/29/1992 United States Memphis Pyramid Arena
1/31/1992 United States El Paso UTEP Special Events Center
2/2/1992 United States Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum
2/3/1992 United States Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
2/4/1992 United States Odessa Ector County Coliseum
2/6/1992 United States Denver McNichols Sports Arena
2/7/1992 United States Denver McNichols Sports Arena
2/8/1992 United States Denver McNichols Sports Arena
2/10/1992 United States Salt Lake City Delta Center
2/12/1992 United States Inglewood The Forum
2/13/1992 United States Inglewood The Forum
2/15/1992 United States Fresno Selland Arena
2/16/1992 United States Reno Lawlor Events Center
2/27/1992 United States Portland Cumberland County Civic Center
2/28/1992 United States Albany Knickerbocker Arena
2/29/1992 United States Providence Providence Civic Center
3/2/1992 United States Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum
3/4/1992 United States Carbondale SIU Arena
3/5/1992 United States Champaign Assembly Hall
3/7/1992 United States Knoxville Thompson-Boling Arena
3/8/1992 United States Evansville Roberts Municipal Stadium
3/9/1992 United States Nashville Municipal Auditorium
3/11/1992 United States Roanoke Roanoke Civic Center
3/12/1992 United States Chattanooga UTC Arena
3/14/1992 United States Miami Miami Arena
3/15/1992 United States Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum
3/16/1992 United States Orlando Orlando Arena
3/18/1992 United States Huntsville Von Braun Center
3/19/1992 United States Louisville Freedom Hall
3/21/1992 United States Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
3/22/1992 United States Charleston Charleston Civic Center
3/24/1992 United States Pensacola Pensacola Civic Center
3/25/1992 United States Birmingham Jefferson Civic Colieum
3/26/1992 United States Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
3/28/1992 United States Atlanta The Omni
3/29/1992 United States Atlanta The Omni
3/31/1992 United States Richmond Richmond Coliseum
4/1/1992 United States Landover Capital Centre
4/2/1992 United States Landover Capital Centre
4/4/1992 United States East Rutherford Meadowlands
4/6/1992 United States Philadelphia The Spectrum
4/7/1992 United States Philadelphia The Spectrum
4/8/1992 United States East Rutherford Meadowlands
4/10/1992 United States Hampton Hampton Coliseum
4/12/1992 United States Binghamton Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
4/13/1992 United States Rochester Rochester Community War Memorial
4/14/1992 Canada Hamilton Copps Coliseum
4/16/1992 United States Hartford Hartford Civic Center

The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert[edit]

Date City Venue
4/20/1992 United Kingdom London Wembley Stadium

North American Leg (cont.)[edit]

Date City Venue
5/6/1992 United States Pullman Beasley Coliseum
5/7/1992 United States Boise BSU Pavilion
5/9/1992 United States San Francisco Cow Palace
5/10/1992 United States San Francisco Cow Palace
5/13/1992 United States Rapid City Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
5/14/1992 United States Sioux Falls Sioux Falls Arena
5/15/1992 United States Fargo Bison Sports Arena
5/17/1992 Canada Winnipeg Winnipeg Arena
5/18/1992 Canada Saskatoon Saskatchewan Place
5/19/1992 Canada Edmonton Northlands Coliseum
5/21/1992 Canada Calgary Olympic Saddledome
5/23/1992 Canada Vancouver PNE Coliseum
5/24/1992 Canada Vancouver PNE Coliseum
5/27/1992 United States Seattle Seattle Center Coliseum
5/28/1992 United States Seattle Seattle Center Coliseum
5/30/1992 United States Anchorage Sullivan Arena
6/1/1992 United States Portland Memorial Coliseum
6/2/1992 United States Portland Memorial Coliseum
6/4/1992 United States Salt Lake City Delta Center
6/5/1992 United States Casper Casper Events Center
6/6/1992 United States Billings Metrapark Arena
6/9/1992 United States Tucson Tucson Convention Center
6/10/1992 United States Phoenix America West Arena
6/11/1992 United States Phoenix America West Arena
6/14/1992 United States Mobile Mobile Civic Center
6/15/1992 United States Baton Rouge LSU Assembly Center
6/16/1992 United States Jackson Mississippi Coliseum
6/19/1992 United States Antioch Starwood Amphitheatre
6/20/1992 United States Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre
6/21/1992 United States Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheatre
6/23/1992 United States Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
6/25/1992 United States Raleigh Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
6/27/1992 United States Charlevoix Castle Farms Music Theater
6/28/1992 United States Columbus Buckeye Lake Music Center
6/30/1992 United States Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
7/1/1992 United States Tinley Park World Music Theater
7/3/1992 United States Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
7/4/1992 United States Weedsport Cayuga Fairgrounds
7/5/1992 United States Allentown Great Allentown Fair

North American stadium tour with Guns N' Roses[edit]

See also: Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour
Date City Venue
7/17/1992 United States Washington, D.C. RFK Stadium
7/18/1992 United States East Rutherford Giants Stadium
7/21/1992 United States Pontiac Pontiac Silverdome
7/22/1992 United States Indianapolis Hoosier Dome
7/25/1992 United States Orchard Park Rich Stadium
7/26/1992 United States Pittsburgh Three Rivers Stadium
7/29/1992 United States East Rutherford Giants Stadium
8/8/1992 Canada Montreal Olympic Stadium
8/25/1992 United States Avondale Phoenix International Raceway
8/27/1992 United States Las Cruces Aggie Memorial Stadium
8/29/1992 United States New Orleans Louisiana Superdome
9/2/1992 United States Orlando Citrus Bowl
9/4/1992 United States Houston Astrodome
9/5/1992 United States Irving Texas Stadium
9/7/1992 United States Columbia Williams-Brice Stadium
9/11/1992 United States Foxborough Foxboro Stadium
9/13/1992 Canada Toronto Exhibition Stadium
9/15/1992 United States Minneapolis Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
9/17/1992 United States Kansas City Arrowhead Stadium
9/19/1992 United States Denver Mile High Stadium
9/24/1992 United States Oakland Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
9/27/1992 United States Los Angeles Los Angeles Coliseum
9/30/1992 United States San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium
10/3/1992 United States Pasadena Rose Bowl Stadium
10/6/1992 United States Seattle Kingdome

European Leg[edit]

Date City Venue
10/22/1992 Belgium Ghent Flanders Expo
10/24/1992 United Kingdom London Wembley Arena
10/25/1992 United Kingdom London Wembley Arena
10/27/1992 United Kingdom Glasgow SECC Arena
10/28/1992 United Kingdom Newcastle Whitley Bay Ice Rink
10/30/1992 Republic of Ireland Dublin Point Theatre
11/1/1992 United Kingdom Sheffield Sheffield Arena
11/3/1992 United Kingdom Manchester Greater Manchester Exhibition Center
11/4/1992 United Kingdom Birmingham NEC Arena
11/5/1992 United Kingdom Birmingham NEC Arena
11/7/1992 Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy
11/8/1992 Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy
11/10/1992 France Paris Bercy
11/12/1992 Spain Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
11/13/1992 Spain San Sebastián Vélodrome
11/16/1992 Italy Rome Palamarino
11/17/1992 Italy Milan Palatrussardi
11/18/1992 Switzerland Zürich Hallenstadion
11/20/1992 Austria Vienna Stadthalle
11/22/1992 Germany Munich Olympiahalle
11/23/1992 Germany Stuttgart Schleyerhalle
11/24/1992 Germany Dortmund Westfalenhalle
11/26/1992 Germany Frankfurt Festhalle
11/27/1992 Germany Nuremberg Frankenhalle
11/29/1992 Germany Nuremberg Frankenhalle
11/30/1992 Germany Mannheim Maimarkthalle
12/1/1992 Germany Stuttgart Schleyerhalle
12/3/1992 Germany Kiel Ostseehalle
12/5/1992 Germany Berlin Deutschlandhalle
12/7/1992 Netherlands 's-Hertogenbosch Brabanthall
12/9/1992 Denmark Copenhagen Forum Copenhagen
12/10/1992 Denmark Copenhagen Forum Copenhagen
12/12/1992 Sweden Gothenburg Scandinavium
12/14/1992 Norway Oslo Oslo Spektrum
12/16/1992 Finland Helsinki Jäähalli
12/18/1992 Sweden Stockholm Stockholm Globe Arena

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

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