Everything Changes Tour

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Everything Changes Tour
Tour by Take That
Associated albumEverything Changes
Start date8 November 1993
End date24 April 1994
Legs1
No. of shows43 in Europe
Take That concert chronology

The Everything Changes Tour was the second concert tour by British boyband Take That. The tour embarked to promote material from forthcoming album Everything Changes (1993).

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Another Crack in My Heart"
  2. "Meaning of Love"
  3. "You Are the One"
  4. "Wasting My Time"
  5. "Whatever You Do To Me"
  6. "Everything Changes"
  7. "Take That and Party" Medley: "It Only Takes a Minute" / "Satisfied" / "I Found Heaven" / "Why Can't I Wake Up with You" / "Give Good Feeling" / "It Only Takes a Minute" (Reprise)
  8. Rock N Roll Medley: "Great Balls of Fire" / "Under the Moon of Love" / "(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear" / "Born to Hand Jive"
  9. "A Million Love Songs"
  10. "Babe"
  11. "If This Is Love"
  12. "Love Ain't Here Anymore"
  13. "Relight My Fire"
  14. "Pray"
  15. "Could It Be Magic"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe
8 November 1993 Bournemouth England Windsor Hall
9 November 1993
10 November 1993
12 November 1993 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
14 November 1993 Birmingham England NEC Arena
15 November 1993
16 November 1993
18 November 1993 Belfast Northern Ireland King's Hall
19 November 1993 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
21 November 1993 Brighton England Brighton Centre
22 November 1993 London Wembley Arena
23 November 1993
25 November 1993
27 November 1993 Manchester Greater Manchester Exhibition Centre
28 November 1993
29 November 1993
30 November 1993 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
1 December 1993 Glasgow Scotland SECC Concert Hall 4
2 December 1993
3 December 1993 Aberdeen AECC Arena
4 December 1993 Whitley Bay England Whitley Bay Ice Rink
20 March 1994 Brussels Belgium Forest National
28 March 1994 Rotterdam The Netherlands Ahoy
30 March 1994 Cologne Germany Sporthalle
2 April 1994 Rotterdam The Netherlands Ahoy
4 April 1994 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
6 April 1994 Berlin Deutschlandhalle
8 April 1994 Copenhagen Denmark Valbyhallen
9 April 1994 Stockholm Sweden Hovet
10 April 1994 Helsinki Finland Ice Hall
24 May 1994 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
25 May 1994
27 May 1994 Brussels Belgium Forest National
28 May 1994 Rotterdam The Netherlands Ahoy
29 May 1994 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle
30 May 1994
31 May 1994 Essen Grugahalle

VHS release[edit]

The concert in Berlin's Deutschlandhalle was recorded and made available for purchase, on the VHS release "Take That – Live In Berlin". The VHS contained behind-the-scenes footage.

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