Delirium World Tour

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Delirium World Tour
Tour by Ellie Goulding
Ellie Goulding - Delirium World Tour poster.png
Associated album Delirium
Start date 21 January 2016 (2016-01-21)
End date 26 August 2017 (2017-08-26)
Legs 5
No. of shows
  • 42 in North America
  • 40 in Europe
  • 5 in Oceania
  • 1 in Africa
  • 88 total
Ellie Goulding concert chronology

The Delirium World Tour is the third headlining concert tour by English singer and songwriter Ellie Goulding to promote her third studio album, Delirium (2015). The tour consists of four legs, European, North American, summer festivals and Oceanic. Including 89 dates across 88 cities, the tour commenced on 21 January 2016 at Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg, Germany, and concluded on 12 May 2017 at OLM Souissi in Rabat, Morocco, as a part of the Mawazine Festival.

Opening acts[edit]

Setlists[edit]

Europe and United Kingdom
  1. "Aftertaste"
  2. "Holding on for Life"
  3. "Goodness Gracious"
  4. "We Can't Move to This"
  5. "Outside"
  6. "Devotion" (Acoustic)
  7. "Keep on Dancin'"
  8. "Don't Need Nobody "
  9. "Explosions"
  10. "Army"
  11. "Lights" (Acoustic – European dates only)
  12. "Lost and Found" (Acoustic)
  13. "Figure 8"
  14. "On My Mind"
  15. "Codes"
  16. "Don't Panic"
  17. "Something in the Way You Move"
  18. "I Need Your Love"
  19. "Burn

Encore:

  1. "Anything Could Happen"
  2. "Love Me like You Do"
North America
  1. "Intro (Delirium)"
  2. "Aftertaste"
  3. "Holding on for Life
  4. "Goodness Gracious"
  5. "Something in the Way You Move"
  6. "Outside"
  7. "Devotion" (Acoustic)
  8. "I Do What I Love" (Video)(contains sample of "Only You")
  9. "Keep on Dancin"
  10. "Don't Need Nobody"
  11. "Heal" (Video)
  12. "Explosions"
  13. "When Doves Cry" (Prince cover; selected dates)
  14. "Lights" (Acoustic)
  15. "Halcyon"
  16. "Army"
  17. "Lost & Found" (Acoustic)
  18. "Lost & Found / Figure 8" (Video)
  19. "Figure 8"
  20. "On My Mind"
  21. "Codes"
  22. "We Can't Move To This"
  23. "I Need Your Love"
  24. "Burn"

Encore:

  1. "Anything Could Happen"
  2. "Love Me like You Do"
Radio 1's Big Weekend
Glastonbury Festival
  1. "Intro (Delirium)"
  2. "Aftertaste"
  3. "Outside"
  4. "Burn"
  5. "Devotion" (Acoustic)
  6. "Keep on Dancin"
  7. "Don't Need Nobody"
  8. "Figure 8"
  9. "On My Mind"
  10. "I Need Your Love"
  11. "Anything Could Happen"
  12. "Love Me like You Do"
EXIT, Belsonic, and Rock Werchter Festival's
  1. "Intro (Delirium)"
  2. "Aftertaste"
  3. "Holding on for Life"
  4. "Goodness Gracious"
  5. "Something in the Way You Move" (Not performed at Belsonic)
  6. "Outside"
  7. "Devotion" (Acoustic)
  8. "I Do What I Love" (Video)(contains sample of "Only You")
  9. "Keep on Dancin
  10. "Don't Need Nobody "
  11. "Lights"
  12. "Army"
  13. "Figure 8"
  14. "On My Mind"
  15. "Codes"
  16. "Don't Panic"
  17. "I Need Your Love"
  18. "Burn"
  19. "Anything Could Happen"
  20. "Love Me like You Do"
Main Square Festival
Oceania
  1. "Intro (Delirium)"
  2. "Aftertaste"
  3. "Holding on for Life"
  4. "Something in the Way You Move"
  5. "Outside"
  6. "You My Everything"
  7. "Devotion" (Acoustic)
  8. "I Do What I Love" (Video Interlude)
  9. "Keep on Dancin'"
  10. "Don't Need Nobody"
  11. "Heal" (Dance Interlude)
  12. "Explosions"
  13. "Still Falling for You"
  14. "Army"
  15. "Lost and Found" (Acoustic)
  16. "Lost and Found / Figure 8 (Video Interlude)
  17. "Figure 8"
  18. "On My Mind"
  19. "Codes"
  20. "Don't Panic"
  21. "Animal"
  22. "I Need Your Love"
  23. "Burn

Encore:

  1. "Anything Could Happen"
  2. "Love Me like You Do"

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
Europe[1]
21 January 2016 Hamburg Germany Barclaycard Arena Sara Hartman 5,264 / 7,366 $222,963
22 January 2016 Berlin Max-Schmeling-Halle 7,656 / 7,656
23 January 2016 Warsaw Poland Torwar Hall 6,965 / 9,965
25 January 2016 Frankfurt Germany Jahrhunderthalle 4,800 / 4,800
26 January 2016 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 14,332 / 14,332
27 January 2016 Stuttgart Germany Porsche-Arena 7,659 / 7,659
29 January 2016 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle 9,650 / 9,650
30 January 2016 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena Prague 11,039 / 11,039
1 February 2016 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum 10,508 / 10,508
2 February 2016 Munich Germany Olympiahalle 11,319 / 11,508
5 February 2016 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi 10,549 / 10,852
6 February 2016 Madrid Palacio Vistalegre 11,319 / 11,654
9 February 2016 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 19,699 / 20,151 $812,320
25 February 2016 Paris France Zénith de Paris 6,293 / 6,293
26 February 2016 Oberhausen Germany König Pilsener Arena [2] 10,569 / 10,569
28 February 2016 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion 9,509 / 11,450 $529,564
29 February 2016 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg Rockhal 6,500 / 6,500
3 March 2016 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe 4,900 / 13,649
4 March 2016 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena 15,646 / 15,646
5 March 2016 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen 10,000 / 10,000
8 March 2016 Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff John Newman
LANY
7,500 / 7,500
10 March 2016 Liverpool England Echo Arena Liverpool 11,008 / 11,008
12 March 2016 Sheffield Sheffield Arena 10,508 / 10,508
13 March 2016 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena Nottingham 9,698 / 9,780
15 March 2016 Leeds First Direct Arena 13,215 / 13,215
16 March 2016 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena 9,698 / 9,698
18 March 2016 Glasgow Scotland The SSE Hydro 12,057 / 12,277 $607,436
19 March 2016 Manchester England Manchester Arena 13,748 / 15,377 $696,287
21 March 2016 Birmingham Barclaycard Arena Birmingham 10,875 / 10,875
24 March 2016 London The O2 Arena 28,654 / 30,594 $1,474,630
25 March 2016
North America[3]
1 April 2016 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena Broods 8,769 / 11,508
2 April 2016 Seattle United States KeyArena 9,131 / 11,516
3 April 2016 Portland Theater of the Clouds 5,445 / 7,112
5 April 2016 Sacramento Sacramento Memorial Auditorium Bebe Rexha
Broods
3,489 / 3,489
6 April 2016 San Jose SAP Center 8,257 / 11,918
8 April 2016 Los Angeles Staples Center 11,304 / 11,304 $605,350
9 April 2016 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center 7,998 / 7,998
12 April 2016 Broomfield 1stBank Center 5,606 / 6,950
13 April 2016 West Valley City Maverik Center 5,421 / 10,441 $324,971
15 April 2016[a] Indio Empire Polo Club N/A N/A N/A
16 April 2016 Phoenix Comerica Theatre Bebe Rexha
Years & Years
4,215 / 5,000
18 April 2016 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre 6,355 / 6,355
19 April 2016 Cedar Park Cedar Park Center 5,296 / 5,858 $244,788
22 April 2016[b] Indio Empire Polo Club N/A N/A N/A
23 April 2016 San Diego Viejas Arena Bebe Rexha
Years & Years
5,187 / 8,330
5 May 2016 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 5,679 / 7,200
6 May 2016 Rosemont Allstate Arena 8,051 / 10,000 $439,765
7 May 2016 Cleveland Jacobs Pavilion 3,051 / 5,000
9 May 2016 Ypsilanti EMU Convocation Center Bebe Rexha 6,392 / 9,002
10 May 2016 Columbus Lifestyle Communities Pavilion Bebe Rexha
Years & Years
4,338 / 5,000 ---
11 May 2016 Bethlehem Sands Bethlehem Event Center 2,142 / 2,142
13 May 2016 Pittsburgh Stage AE 5,200 / 5,200 $205,400
14 May 2016 Indianapolis Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn 4,872 / 6,000
16 May 2016 St. Louis Chaifetz Arena N/A 6,141 / 7,300
17 May 2016 Bonner Springs Providence Medical Center Amphitheater The Knocks 5,662 / 7,500
18 May 2016 Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheatre 4,308 / 6,000
20 May 2016 Rogers Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion 4,000 / 4,000
21 May 2016 Houston Toyota Center 6,675 / 12,531
Europe
29 May 2016[c] Exeter England Powderham Castle N/A N/A N/A
North America
2 June 2016 Tampa United States Amalie Arena Matt and Kim 6,004 / 9,758 $216,810
3 June 2016 Miami American Airlines Arena Cedric Gervais 7,891 / 11,053
4 June 2016 Orlando CFE Arena N/A 6,308 / 7,660
6 June 2016 Alpharetta Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park Matt and Kim 5,667 / 7,000
7 June 2016 Charleston Volvo Cars Stadium 4,641 / 5,596 $192,697
9 June 2016 Charlotte Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre 3,556 / 5,022
10 June 2016 Raleigh Red Hat Amphitheater 4,288 / 6,210
13 June 2016 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion 4,338 / 5,100
14 June 2016 Hopewell Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center 2,756 / 3,585
15 June 2016 Boston TD Garden 10,537 / 12,502
18 June 2016 Montreal Canada Bell Centre 6,494 / 7,379 $280,274
19 June 2016 Toronto Air Canada Centre 10,478 / 10,500 $451,600
21 June 2016 New York City United States Madison Square Garden 12,998 / 12,998
Europe
26 June 2016[d] Pilton England Worthy Farm N/A N/A N/A
28 June 2016[e] Belfast Northern Ireland Custom House Square
30 June 2016[f] Werchter Belgium Festival Park
1 July 2016[g] Arras France Citadelle d'Arras
7 July 2016[h] Novi Sad Serbia Exit Festival
North America
31 July 2016[i] Chicago United States Grant Park N/A N/A N/A
Oceania[11]
29 September 2016 Christchurch New Zealand Horncastle Arena
1 October 2016 Auckland Vector Arena
5 October 2016 Brisbane Australia Riverstage Asta
7 October 2016 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena
8 October 2016 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
Africa
12 May 2017[j] Rabat Morocco OLM Souissi N/A N/A N/A
Europe
14 June 2017[k] Bergen Norway Bergenhus Fortress N/A N/A N/A
27 June 2017[l] Sopron Hungary Kőszegi út 35
29 June 2017[m] Seinajoki Finland Törnävänsaari
1 July 2017[n] Norrköping Sweden F 13 Norrköping
14 July 2017[o] Salacgrīva Latvia Zvejnieku Parks
22 July 2017 Moscow Russia Lastochka Festival
4 August 2017 Cluj-Napoca Romania Untold Festival
5 August 2017 Rumsiskes Lithuania Granatos Live
11 August 2017 Skanderborg Denmark Smukfest
18 August 2017[p] Kraków Poland Polish Aviation Museum
19 August 2017 Shifnal England Weston Park
26 August 2017 Arbon Switzerland SummerDays Festival
Total 560,077 / 627,594

(89.2%)

$7,112,188
Notes
  1. ^ The concert on April 15, 2016 in Indio, United States at the Empire Polo Club was a part of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
  2. ^ The concert on April 22, 2016 in Indio, United States at the Empire Polo Club was a part of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
  3. ^ The concert on May 29, 2016 in Exeter, England at Powderham Castle was a part of BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend.[4]
  4. ^ The concert on June 26, 2016 in Pilton, England at Worthy Farm was a part of Glastonbury Festival.[5]
  5. ^ The concert on June 28, 2016 in Belfast, Northern Ireland at Custom House Square was a part of Belsonic.[6]
  6. ^ The concert on June 30, 2016 in Werchter, Belgium at Festival Park was a part of Rock Werchter.[7]
  7. ^ The concert on July 1, 2016 in Arras, France at Citadelle d'Arras was a part of Main Square Festival.[8]
  8. ^ The concert on July 7, 2016 in Novi Sad, Serbia at Petrovaradin Fortress was a part of Exit Festival.[9]
  9. ^ The concert on July 31, 2016 in Chicago, United States at Grant Park was a part of Lollapalooza.[10]
  10. ^ The concert on May 12, 2017 in Rabat, Morocco at OLM Souissi was a part of Mawazine.
  11. ^ The concert on June 14, 2017 in Bergen, Norway at Bergenhus Fortress was a part of Bergenfest.
  12. ^ The concert on June 27, 2017 in Sopron, Hungary at Kőszegi út 35 was a part of VOLT Festival.
  13. ^ The concert on June 29, 2017 in Seinajoki, Finland at Törnävänsaari was a part of Provinssirock.
  14. ^ The concert on July 1, 2017 in Norrköping, Sweden at F 13 Norrköping was a part of Bråvalla Festival.
  15. ^ The concert on July 14, 2017 in Salacgrīva, Latvia at Zvejnieku Parks was a part of Positivus Festival.
  16. ^ The concert on August 18, 2017 in Kraków, Poland at the Polish Aviation Museum was a part of Live Music Festival.

Cancelled shows[edit]

Date City Country Venue Reason for cancellation
15 July 2016 Salacgriva Latvia Riga Bay Health problems
16 July 2016 Joensuu Finland Laulurinne
10 October 2016 Adelaide Australia Adelaide Entertainment Centre Scheduling conflict[12]
12 October 2016 Perth Perth Arena

Tour credits[edit]

Name Credit Name Credit Name Credit
Ellie Goulding Artist Tim Bolland LED Technician/Camera Operator Darren Mowforth Crew Bus Driver
Joe Clegg MD/Drums Ray Gwilliams Video Engineer Chris Moulson Crew Bus Driver
Chris Ketley Guitars/Keys Phil Leech LED Technician/Camera Operator Tom Herraty Merchandise Manager
Simon Francis Bass/Keys Ant Barrett Video Crew Black Skull Creative Show Design
Kola Bello Keys Mike Shepard Lighting Crew Chief Bryte Design Show Design
Abbie Osmon Backing vocals Mark Goodall Lighting Tech/SR Dimmers/Networking Lianne Lee May Assistant Choreographer
Melissa Erpen Backing vocals Glenn Johnson Lighting Tech/SL Dimmers Carl Robertshaw Fabric Design
Sarah-Jane Skeete Backing vocals Neil Smith Lighting Tech Lite Alternate Lighting
Ross Sands Dancer Paul Burke Lighting Tech XL Video Video
Jackson Williams Dancer Chris Wilkes Lighting Tech Pyro Junkies Special Effects
Remi Black Dancer Amos Cotter Head Rigger Showtex Fabric Effects
Jordan Melchor Dancer Chris Karritt Rigger Adlib Audio Audio
Rebecca Travis Tour Manager Mark Peers Audio Crew Chief Rock It Cargo Freight
Hannah Lowe Personal Assistant to Ellie Goulding George Puttock Audio Tech Rima Travel Travel
Lucy Wearing Make Up Artist Simon Lawson Audio Tech Popcorn Catering Catering
Louis Byrne Hair Stylist Lee Fox-Furnell Audio Tech Phoenix Bussing Bussing
Jamie Lillywhite Management Stephen Russell Guitar Tech Fly By Nite Trucking
Cassandra Gracey Management Martin Gavrilovic Drum Tech All Access Staging Staging
Alan Jewell Management Will Sanderson MIDI/Keys Tech Publicity & Display Passes
Ray Whelan Stage Manager Matt Randall Backline Tech Harris & Trotter Accountant
Bob O'Brien Production Manager Steffy Head Caterer CODA Agent
Kim Gray Production Coordinator Chris Clarke Chef William Morris Ent. Agent
Alex Wiseman Production Assistant Anis Darragi Chef Executours Cars
Richard Walker Security James Maggorie Chef The Araca Group Merchandise
Robin Haddow Video Director Eddie McQueen Caterer Nike Tour Costumes
Cate Carter Lighting Director Josh Perree Carpenter M.A.C Cosmetics Tour Make Up
Joe Harling FOH Engineer Nidge Dobson Carpenter Dr Martens Tour Costumes
Mike Flaherty Monitor Engineer Bernie King Lead Truck Driver
Ameena Kara Callender Costume Designer/Stylist Paul Edwards Truck Driver
Maureen Thompson Wardrobe John Burgess Truck Driver
Paul Stratford Head Carpenter Chris Overton Truck Driver
Guy Anderson Ellie's Driver Andy Heath Truck Driver
David Roemer Photographer Tony Johnson Truck Driver
Conor McDonell Photographer Graham Trull Truck Driver
Dan Shipton Show Director & Co-Designer Richard Enemey Truck Driver
Cate Carter Co-Designer Graham Brumhead Ellie Goulding Bus Driver
Ross Nicholson Producer Megan Griffith Band Bus Driver
Jay Revell Choreographer Mike Birch Crew Bus Driver Mary Mattern Chef

References[edit]

  1. ^ Box score:
  2. ^ https://www.derwesten.de/staedte/oberhausen/ellie-goulding-solides-konzert-theater-in-oberhausen-id11604701.html
  3. ^ Box score:
  4. ^ "Ellie Goulding". June 27, 2016. Retrieved June 27, 2016. 
  5. ^ "Ellie Goulding". June 27, 2016. Retrieved June 27, 2016. 
  6. ^ "Ellie Goulding". February 25, 2016. Retrieved June 27, 2016. 
  7. ^ "Ellie Goulding". February 5, 2016. Retrieved June 27, 2016. 
  8. ^ "Ellie Goulding". June 4, 2016. Retrieved June 27, 2016. 
  9. ^ "Ellie Goulding". June 15, 2016. Retrieved June 27, 2016. 
  10. ^ "Ellie Goulding". March 23, 2016. Retrieved June 27, 2016. 
  11. ^ "Ellie Goulding Announces 2016 Australian Tour With Years & Years". Musicfeeds. 
  12. ^ "ELLIE GOULDING CANCELS PERTH, ADELAIDE SHOWS | auspOp". 2016-07-08. Retrieved 2016-07-09.