¡Oye Esteban! Tour

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¡Oye Esteban! Tour
Concert by Morrissey
Location North America, Europe, Latin America
Associated album ¡Oye Esteban!
Start date October 5, 1999
End date April 5, 2000
Legs 6
No. of shows

75
33 in North America 34 in Europe

8 in Latin America

The ¡Oye Esteban! Tour was a concert tour by Morrissey. Its name came from the fact that Morrissey was planning to release ¡Oye Esteban! on video, but lacked a contract with any label, and that the video was not yet put together to promote it. Despite speculation that Morrissey would cancel the tour, it did happen and it was a huge success, with Morrissey traveling to Mexico and South America for the first time. The man drew huge crowds at all eight shows, proving that he was hugely popular in that part of the world. A cameraman followed Morrissey, filming Morrissey and his fans at these concerts. Some of the footage was used for the 2003 documentary, The Importance of Being Morrissey.

Date[1] City Country Venue/Event
North American Warm-Up Dates
October 5, 1999 Tempe, Arizona United States Club Rio
October 6, 1999 Santa Barbara, California Arlington Theater
October 7, 1999 Las Vegas, Nevada House of Blues (Cancelled due to guitarist Alain Whyte's back injury)
October 9, 1999 Indio, California Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
Date[1] City Country Venue/Event
European Leg
October 12, 1999 Deinze Belgium Brielpoort
October 13, 1999 Berlin Germany E-Werk
October 14, 1999 Hamburg G1
October 16, 1999 Bremen Pier 2
October 18, 1999 Dresden Schlachthof (Cancelled because the venue was deemed unsuitable for a concert)
October 19, 1999 Berlin Columbiahalle
October 20, 1999 Leipzig Haus Auensee
October 22, 1999 Tilburg Netherlands 013
October 24, 1999 Copenhagen Denmark Grey Hall
October 25, 1999 Stockholm Sweden Arenan
October 29, 1999 Porto Portugal Coliseu do Porto
October 30, 1999 Lisbon Coliseu dos Recreios
November 2, 1999 Milano Italy Alcatraz
November 3, 1999 Modena Vox Club
November 5, 1999 Salonika Greece Helexpo Stand 5
November 6, 1999 Athens Rodon