Construction Time Again Tour
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|Concert by Depeche Mode|
|Associated album||Construction Time Again|
|Start date||7 September 1983|
|End date||2 June 1984|
|No. of shows||50|
|Depeche Mode concert chronology|
The Construction Time Again Tour was a 1983–84 concert tour by English electronic group Depeche Mode in support of the act's third album, Construction Time Again, which was released in August 1983.
The tour, which took place in Europe, began in September 1983 in Hitchin, England. Following an initial leg of dates in the U.K. and Ireland, a second leg in December reached Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands and West Germany.
In March 1984, the group performed its first dates in Italy and Spain. The final date was a one-off show in June supporting Elton John in Ludwigshafen, West Germany, where "People Are People", the lead single from their next album, made its live debut on the special set. A tour in support of the act's subsequent studio release, Some Great Reward, followed in September.
- "Everything Counts"
- "Now, This Is Fun"
- "Two Minute Warning"
- "See You"
- "Get the Balance Right!"
- "Love, in Itself"
- "The Landscape Is Changing"
- "And Then..."
- "Told You So"
- "New Life"
- "More Than a Party"
- "The Meaning of Love"
- "Just Can't Get Enough"
- "Boys Say Go!"
|7 September 1983||Hitchin||England||Regal Theatre|
|9 September 1983||Dublin||Ireland||SFX Hall|
|10 September 1983||Belfast||Northern Ireland||Ulster Hall|
|12 September 1983||Bristol||England||Colston Hall|
|13 September 1983||Brighton||Brighton Dome|
|14 September 1983||Southampton||Gaumont Theatre|
|15 September 1983||Coventry||Coventry Apollo|
|16 September 1983||Sheffield||Sheffield City Hall|
|18 September 1983||Aberdeen||Scotland||Capitol Theatre|
|19 September 1983||Edinburgh||Edinburgh Playhouse|
|20 September 1983||Glasgow||Tiffany's|
|21 September 1983||Newcastle||England||Newcastle City Hall|
|23 September 1983||Liverpool||Liverpool Empire Theatre|
|24 September 1983||Manchester||Manchester Apollo|
|25 September 1983||Nottingham||Nottingham Royal Concert Hall|
|26 September 1983||Hanley||Victoria Hall|
|28 September 1983||Birmingham||Birmingham Odeon|
|30 September 1983||Cardiff||Wales||St David's Hall|
|1 October 1983||Oxford||England||Apollo Theatre Oxford|
|3 October 1983||Portsmouth||Portsmouth Guildhall|
|6 October 1983||London||Hammersmith Odeon|
|7 October 1983|
|8 October 1983|
|1 December 1983||Stockholm||Sweden||Draken|
|2 December 1983||Copenhagen||Denmark||Saga Cinema|
|3 December 1983||Lund||Sweden||Akademiska Föreningen|
|5 December 1983||Antwerp||Belgium||Hof Ter Lo|
|6 December 1983||Amsterdam||Netherlands||Paradiso|
|8 December 1983||West Berlin||West Germany||Deutschlandhalle|
|10 December 1983||Mannheim||Mannheimer Rosengarten|
|11 December 1983||Saarbrücken||Forum Universität|
|12 December 1983||Sindelfingen||Ausstellungshalle|
|13 December 1983||Neu-Isenburg||Hugenottenhalle|
|15 December 1983||Cologne||Sartory-Saal|
|16 December 1983||Düsseldorf||Philips Halle|
|17 December 1983||Borken||Stadt Borken|
|19 December 1983||Münster||Halle Münsterland|
|20 December 1983||Bremen||Stadthalle Bremen|
|21 December 1983||Hamburg||Musikhalle Hamburg|
|22 December 1983|
|23 December 1983|
|3 February 1984||Birmingham||England||Odeon Theatre|
|1 March 1984||Brno||Czechoslovakia||Stadion Za Lužánkami|
|2 March 1984||Poznań||Poland||Hala Arena|
|5 March 1984||Bologna||Italy||Teatro Tenda|
|6 March 1984||Milan||Teatro Orfeo|
|8 March 1984||Valencia||Spain||Discoteca Pacha|
|9 March 1984||Barcelona||Studio 54|
|10 March 1984||Madrid||Pabellón Polideportivo|
|2 June 1984||Ludwigshafen||West Germany||Südweststadion |
- Dave Gahan – lead vocals
- Martin Gore – Yamaha DX7, E-mu Systems Emulator, guitar, melodica, recorder, Star Instruments Synare III, metal pipes, lead and backing vocals
- Alan Wilder – Roland Jupiter 8, Octave Plateau Voyetra 8,Star Instruments Synare III, corrugated iron, backing vocals
- Andy Fletcher – Oberheim OB-8, Star Instruments Synare III, bikewheel, backing vocals