Back for Good Tour

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Back for Good Tour
Tour by Modern Talking
Start date May 7, 1998
End date December 31, 1998
Modern Talking concert chronology

Back for Good Tour was the first worldwide concert tour by Modern Talking. The tour had as base the album Back for Good. The tour covered most Europe, Asia and Africa. The tour started in Magdeburg, Germany the May 7, 1998 and finished the December 31, 1998 in Wels, Austria.

Details[edit]

The tour was officially confirmed by Dieter Bohlen. Was the only tour that the band covered 3 continents and was the longest of the band's career, during more than 8 months. The tour marked the band's return, that was being planned since 1995.

Thomas Anders and Dieter Bohlen didn't sang united since 1987. The concert in Budapest marked an audience record, with more than 300,000 watching them. The backing-vocal was Nadja Abd el Farrag, Bohlen's girlfriend. In 2 shows in Moscow, Bohlen and Anders sang songs from their solo careers.

VHS and DVD[edit]

A DVD and a VHS were recorded in the band's concert in Budapest and Moscow. Was released immediately.

Set-List[edit]

  1. "You're My Heart, You're My Soul"
  2. "Cheri, Cheri Lady"
  3. "Brother Louie"
  4. "You Can Win If You Want"
  5. "Atlantis is Calling (S.O.S. for Love)"
  6. "I Will Follow You"
  7. "In 100 Years"
  8. "Geronimo's Cadillac"
  9. "Don't Play With My Heart"
  10. "Lady Lai"
  11. "We Still Have Dreams"
  12. "Jet Airliner"
  13. "Anything Is Possible"
  14. "Heaven Will Know"
  15. "We Take The Chance"
  16. "Give Me Peace on Earth"
  17. "Space Mix"

Dates[edit]

Date City Country
Europe
May 7, 1998 Magdeburg Germany
May 8, 1998 Furth
May 9, 1998 Erfurt
May 10, 1998 Chemnitz
May 11, 1998 Berlin
May 12, 1998 Neubrandenburg
May 13, 1998 Neubrandenburg
May 14, 1998 Leipzig
May 15, 1998 Lemgo
May 16, 1998 Lemgo
May 17, 1998 Rostock
May 18, 1998 Cottbus
May 19, 1998 Baunatal
May 20, 1998 Eppelheim
May 22, 1998 Vienna Austria
May 24, 1998 Koblenz Germany
May 24, 1998 Koblenz
May 25, 1998 Alsfeld
May 27, 1998 Augsburg
May 28, 1998 Oberhausen
May 29, 1998 Hannover
May 31, 1998 Munich
June 1, 1998 Hanau
June 2, 1998 Hamburg
June 9, 1998 Vilnius Lithuania
June 11, 1998 Riga Latvia
June 12, 1998 Tallinn Estonia
June 19, 1998 Hagen Germany
June 21, 1998 Berlin
June 28, 1998 Budapest Hungary
August 29, 1998 Zürich Switzerland
October 4, 1998 Ostrava Czech Republic
October 5, 1998 Prague
November 28, 1998 Bad Gleichenberg Austria
June 4, 1998 Nizhny Novgorod Russia
June 5, 1998 Moscow
June 6, 1998 Samara
June 7, 1998 Tolyatti
June 10, 1998 Akhmania
Asia
August 10, 1998 Tokyo Japan
August 15, 1998 Beijing China
August 20, 1998 Shanghai
Africa
July 15, 1998 Johannesburg South Africa
July 17, 1998 Cape Town
July 19, 1998 Durban
July 21, 1998 Pretoria
Europe
December 31, 1998 Moscow Russia