World Tour 2003

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World Tour 2003
World tour by Prince
Start date October 17, 2003
End date December 19, 2003
Legs 2
Shows 1 in Hong Kong
5 in Australia
2 in the US
8 total
Prince concert chronology
One Nite Alone... Tour
2002)
World Tour 2003
(2003)
Musicology Live 2004ever
(2004)

Prince's World Tour 2003 was a short worldwide concert tour by Prince and The New Power Generation. The Greatest Hits tour hit Hong Kong, Australia and Hawaii.

History[edit]

Band[edit]

  • Prince — Vox, Guitar, Bass, Keyboard / Piano, Drums
  • John Blackwell — Drums
  • Rhonda Smith — Bass, vox
  • Renato Neto — Keyboard, vox
  • rad. — Keyboard
  • Chance Howard — Keyboard, vox
  • Greg Boyer — Trombone
  • Maceo Parker — Saxophone
  • Candy Dulfer — Saxophone on selected dates

Typical set list[edit]

  1. Piano intro
  2. "Let's Go Crazy"
  3. "I Would Die 4 U"
  4. "When Doves Cry"
  5. "Baby I'm a Star" incl. "1999" intro
  6. "Shhh"
  7. "D.M.S.R."
  8. "A Love Bizarre" (instrumental) / "The Glamorous Life" (instrumental)
  9. "I Feel for You"
  10. "Controversy"
  11. Renato Neto interlude
  12. "The Beautiful Ones"
  13. "Nothing Compares 2 U"
  14. "Insatiable"
  15. "Sign o' the Times"
  16. "The Question of U" incl. "The One"
  17. "Let's Work"
  18. "U Got the Look"
  19. "Life 'O' The Party" (over "Hot Pants" (instrumental) backing), incl. "Uptown" interpolation
  20. "Soul Man" Chance Howard lead vox
  21. "Kiss"
  22. "Take Me with U"
  23. "The Everlasting Now"
  24. "Purple Rain"

Other songs included "Alphabet St.", "All The Critics Love U In Melbourne/Sydney", "Days of Wild", "I Want to Take You Higher", "The Jam", "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)", "How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore" and a piano medley of several songs.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
October 17, 2003 Hong Kong Hong Kong Tamar site
October 21, 2003 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena
October 22, 2003
October 23, 2003 Palace Theatre, Melbourne
October 24, 2003 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
October 25, 2003
October 26, 2003 The Basement
October 27, 2003 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
December 16, 2003 Honolulu United States Neal S. Blaisdell Center
December 19, 2003 Kahului Maui Arts & Cultural Center – Alexander & Baldwin Amphitheater
December 20, 2003 Maui Hapas Night Club, KAOI-AM

References[edit]

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