The All You Need Is Now Tour

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The All You Need Is Now Tour
World tour by Duran Duran
Location North America, Europe, South America, Asia, Oceania
Associated album All You Need Is Now
Start date 3 February 2011
End date 1 September 2012
Legs 10
No. of shows 110 (101 played, 9 cancelled)
Duran Duran concert chronology
  • The Summer Tour
    (2009)
  • The All You Need Is Now Tour
    (2011–2012)
  • Paper Gods on Tour
    (2015-2016-2017)

The All You Need Is Now Tour was a worldwide concert tour by English new wave band Duran Duran in support of the group's 13th studio album, All You Need Is Now, which was released exclusively on iTunes on 21 December 2010 and the expanded physical album and various format special packages was released on 22 March 2011. It officially started on 3 February 2011 in Grand Prairie, Texas.

The Manchester concert on 16 December 2011 was filmed and recorded for the video and audio release A Diamond In The Mind: Live 2011.

Support acts[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
3 February 2011 Grand Prairie United States Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie (Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam)
Europe
25 February 2011 Milan Italy Teatro Dal Verme
7 March 2011 London England Shepherd's Bush Empire
North America
16 March 2011 Austin United States SXSW Music Festival
18 March 2011 Thackerville Winstar World
23 March 2011 Los Angeles Mayan Theater
25 March 2011 Miami Bayfront Park (Ultra Music Festival)
2 April 2011 Mashantucket MGM Grand at Foxwoods
4 April 2011 Atlanta Center Stage Theater
6 April 2011 Houston Warehouse Live
8 April 2011 Monterrey Mexico Banamex Auditorium
10 April 2011 Guadalajara Telmex Auditorium
11 April 2011 Mexico City National Auditorium
14 April 2011 Pomona United States The Fox Theatre
16 April 2011 San Francisco The Fillmore
17 April 2011 Indio Empire Polo Club (Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival)
20 April 2011 Denver Ogden Theatre
22 April 2011 Minneapolis Club Epic
23 April 2011 Chicago House of Blues
25 April 2011 Toronto Canada Phoenix Concert Theatre
26 April 2011 Montreal Le National
27 April 2011 Boston United States Royale Theatre
30 April 2011 La Romana Dominican Republic Altos de Chavón Amphitheater
Europe
7 May 2011 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion (NRJ Energy Fashion Night)
1 September 2011 Bournemouth England The Bournemouth Old Fire Station
8 September 2011 Cambridge The Cambridge Junction
9 September 2011 Bristol Bristol Trinity
10 September 2011 Oxford The O2 Academy
North America[2]
23 September 2011 Everett United States Comcast Arena at Everett
24 September 2011 Portland Theater of the Clouds
26 September 2011 Saratoga Mountain Winery
27 September 2011 Los Angeles Nokia Theatre
30 September 2011 Las Vegas The Joint
4 October 2011 Broomfield 1stBank Center
6 October 2011 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre
7 October 2011 Baton Rouge River Center Arena
8 October 2011 Mobile Bayfest
10 October 2011 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
11 October 2011 Hollywood Hard Rock Live
13 October 2011 St. Augustine St. Augustine Amphitheatre
14 October 2011 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheater
16 October 2011 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
17 October 2011 Upper Darby Tower Theatre
19 October 2011 Cleveland Playhouse Square Center
21 October 2011 Chicago Chicago Theatre
22 October 2011 Windsor Canada The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor
23 October 2011 Montreal Bell Centre
25 October 2011 New York City United States Madison Square Garden
27 October 2011 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
28 October 2011 Boston United States Citi Performing Arts Center
29 October 2011 Atlantic City The Borgata
South America[2]
13 November 2011 São Paulo Brazil SWU Music & Arts
Europe[2]
30 November 2011 Brighton England The Brighton Centre
1 December 2011 Bournemouth Bournemouth International Centre
2 December 2011 Birmingham LG Arena
4 December 2011 Glasgow Scotland SECC
6 December 2011 Nottingham England Capital FM Arena
8 December 2011 Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
10 December 2011 Liverpool England Echo Arena
12 December 2011 London The O2 Arena
14 December 2011 Sheffield Motorpoint Arena Sheffield
16 December 2011 Manchester Manchester Arena
17 December 2011 Newcastle upon Tyne Metro Radio Arena
20 December 2011 Dublin Ireland The O2
21 January 2012 Klosters Switzerland Altitude Festival
23 January 2012 Vienna Austria Gasometer
24 January 2012 Munich Germany Tonhalle
26 January 2012 Leipzig Haus Auensee
28 January 2012 Dortmund Westfalenhallen 2
29 January 2012 Brussels Belgium Forest National
31 January 2012 Berlin Germany Columbiahalle
1 February 2012 Bratislava Slovakia Incheba Arena
Asia[2]
8 March 2012 Dubai United Arab Emirates The Sevens
10 March 2012 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
12 March 2012 Seoul South Korea Olympic Hall
14 March 2012 Chek Lap Kok Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Arena
Oceania[2]
17 March 2012 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
19 March 2012 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
20 March 2012 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
24 March 2012 Perth Sandalford Estate
27 March 2012 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
31 March 2012 Hunter Region Tempus Two Winery
South America[2]
28 April 2012 Brasília Brazil Convention Centre
30 April 2012 Rio de Janeiro Citibank Hall
2 May 2012 São Paulo Credicard Hall
4 May 2012 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park
5 May 2012
8 May 2012 Santiago Chile Teatro Caupolicán
Europe[2]
25 June 2012 Wrocław Poland Musicart
27 June 2012 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena
28 June 2012 Budapest Hungary Budapest Sports Arena
6 July 2012 Thessaloniki Greece Earth Open Air
7 July 2012 Skopje Macedonia Kale Open Air
9 July 2012 Istanbul Turkey Küçükçiftlik Park
12 July 2012 Novi Sad Serbia Petrovaradin Fortress (Exit)
14 July 2012 Ljubljana Slovenia Križanke
16 July 2012 Verona Italy Arena di Verona
18 July 2012 Rome Stadio Centrale del Tennis (Il Centrale Live)
20 July 2012 Cattolica Arena della Regina
21 July 2012 Lucca Piazza Napoleone (Lucca Summer Festival)
23 July 2012 Carcassonne France Theatre Jean-Deschamps
25 July 2012 Monte Carlo Monaco Monte Carlo Sporting Club
27 July 2012 London England Hyde Park (BT London Live)
North America[2]
8 August 2012 Saratoga United States Mountain Winery
9 August 2012
11 August 2012 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre
12 August 2012 Tucson AVA Amphitheater
15 August 2012 Tulsa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
17 August 2012 Memphis Memphis Botanic Garden
18 August 2012 Bilox Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
19 August 2012 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheatre
21 August 2012 Durham Durham Performing Arts Center
22 August 2012 Portsmouth nTelos Wireless Pavilion
24 August 2012 Mashantucket MGM Grand at Foxwoods
25 August 2012 Atlantic City Revel Atlantic City
26 August 2012 Pittsburgh Stage AE
28 August 2012 Kettering Fraze Pavilion
29 August 2012 Highland Park Ravinia Park (Ravinia Festival)
31 August 2012 Rama Canada Casino Rama
1 September 2012
Cancelled and Rescheduled shows
18 May 2011 Newcastle, England Metro Radio Arena Postponed, rescheduled to 17 December 2011.
19 May 2011 Glasgow, Scotland SECC Postponed, rescheduled to 4 December 2011.
21 May 2011 Birmingham, England LG Arena Postponed, rescheduled to 2 December 2011.
22 May 2011 Nottingham, England Capital FM Arena Postponed, rescheduled to 6 December 2011.
23 May 2011 Liverpool, England Echo Arena Postponed, rescheduled to 10 December 2011.
26 May 2011 Berlin, Germany The Admirals Palace Postponed, rescheduled to 8 June 2011 at a new venue.
28 May 2011 London, England The O2 Arena Postponed, rescheduled to 12 December 2011.
30 May 2011 Brighton, England The Brighton Centre Postponed, rescheduled to 30 November 2011.
31 May 2011 Bournemouth, England International Centre Postponed, rescheduled to 1 December 2011.
1 June 2011 Cardiff, Wales Motorpoint Arena Postponed, rescheduled to 8 December 2011.
3 June 2011 Manchester, England Manchester Arena Postponed, rescheduled to 16 December 2011.
4 June 2011 Sheffield, England Motorpoint Arena Postponed, rescheduled to 14 December 2011.
11 June 2011 The Hague, Netherlands ADO Kyocera Stadion Postponed.
15 June 2011 Gothenburg, Sweden Trädgår’n Cancelled.
16 June 2011 Stockholm, Sweden Cirkus Postponed.
18 June 2011 Helsinki, Finland Kaisaniemi Park Postponed.
21 June 2011 Moscow, Russia Megasport Arena Postponed.
23 June 2011 St Petersburg, Russia The New Arena Postponed.
14 July 2011 Dublin, Ireland The O2 Postponed, rescheduled to 20 December 2011.
16 July 2011 London, England iTunes Festival Cancelled.
18 July 2011 Leipzig, Germany Parkbuhne Postponed, rescheduled to 26 January 2012 at Haus Auensee.
19 July 2011 Munich, Germany Tonhalle Postponed, rescheduled to 24 January 2012.
20 July 2011 Vienna, Austria Gasomoter Postponed, rescheduled to 23 January 2012.
22 July 2011 Padova, Italy Piazzola Postponed.
23 July 2011 Milan, Italy Arena Civica Postponed.
24 July 2011 Savoia, Italy Saline Di Margherita Postponed.
26 July 2011 Thessalonika, Greece Earth Open Air Theatre Postponed, rescheduled to 6 July 2012.
28 July 2011 Istanbul, Turkey Kacuk Ciftlik Park Postponed.
30 July 2011 Tel Aviv, Israel Expo Grounds Postponed.
1 August 2011 Agia Napa, Cyprus Municipal Stadium Postponed.
4 August 2011 Vienna, Austria Gasomoter Postponed, rescheduled to 23 January 2012.
6 August 2011 Schaffhausen, Switzerland Das Festival Cancelled.
8 August 2011 Mallorca, Spain Plaza de Toros Postponed.
10 August 2011 Málaga, Spain Plaza de Toros Postponed.
12 August 2011 Ibiza, Spain Amnesia (I Want My MTV) Cancelled.
16 August 2011 Albufeira, Portugal Salgados Golf Hotel Postponed.
20 August 2011 Staffordshire, England V Festival Cancelled.
21 August 2011 Chelmsford, England V Festival Cancelled.
26 August 2011 Langesund, Norway Wightgaarden Postponed.
27 August 2011 Oslo, Norway Festningen Festival Cancelled.
28 August 2011 Bergen, Norway Grieghallen Postponed.
2 September 2011 The Hague, The Netherlands Ado Kyocera Stadion Postponed.
8 September 2011 Copenhagen, Denmark Tivoli Gardens Postponed.
10 September 2011 Brussels, Belgium Forest National Postponed, rescheduled to 29 January 2012.
12 September 2011 Paris, France Le Grand Rex Postponed.
31 August 2012 Rama, Canada Casino Rama Cancelled
1 September 2012 Rama, Canada Casino Rama Cancelled

Broadcasts[edit]

The live performance at the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles was filmed by David Lynch for American Express' Unstaged concert series and streamed live on YouTube on 23 March 2011. It made use of three simultaneous cameras from different positions within the theater.

Band members[edit]

Duran Duran
Additional Musicians
  • Simon Willescroft – tenor saxophone, percussion
  • Anna Ross – backing vocals
  • Chastity Ashley – percussion (2011 North America dates)
  • Dawne Adams – percussion (2011 United Kingdom dates)

Guest artists[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Duran Duran Support". DuranDuran.com. 26 November 2011. Retrieved 5 December 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h http://duranduranmusic.com/?page=tour

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