Heathen Chemistry Tour

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Heathen Chemistry Tour
Tour by Oasis
Start date 29 June 2002
End date 12 March 2003
Legs 7
No. of shows 61 in Europe
12 in North America
13 in Asia
8 in Oceania
94 in Total
Oasis concert chronology

The Heathen Chemistry World Tour was a concert tour by English band Oasis, which took place in 2002. The tour was in promotion of their record Heathen Chemistry

Set list[edit]

The band's typical set list was:

  1. "Fuckin' in the Bushes"
  2. "Hello"
  3. "The Hindu Times"
  4. "Hung in a Bad Place"
  5. "Go Let It Out"
  6. "Columbia"
  7. "Morning Glory"
  8. "Stop Crying Your Heart Out"
  9. "Little by Little"
  10. "Cigarettes & Alcohol"
  11. "Live Forever"
  12. "Better Man"
  13. "She's Electric" (sung by Noel)
  14. "Born on a Different Cloud"
  15. "Acquiesce"
  16. "Force of Nature"
  17. "Don't Look Back in Anger"
  18. "Some Might Say"
  19. "My Generation" (The Who cover)

The band would occasionally play "Wonderwall" and "Songbird" acoustically usually on TV shows. "Supersonic", "Gas Panic!", "Rock 'n' Roll Star", "Bring It On Down", "Champagne Supernova" and "D'You Know What I Mean?" were also played on this tour.

The set list has been acknowledged by fans as one of the best set lists on an Oasis tour.

Shows[edit]

Date City Country Venue Tickets Sold/Available Box Office
Warm Up
5 February 2002 Watford England Watford Coliseum N/A N/A
6 February 2002 London Royal Albert Hall [a]
10 February 2002 Berlin Germany Columbiahalle N/A N/A
26 April 2002 Las Vegas United States The Joint N/A N/A
28 April 2002 Indio, California Empire Polo Club [b]
17 June 2002 Lyon France Le Transbordeur N/A N/A
19 June 2002 Barcelona Spain Razzmatazz N/A N/A
21 June 2002 Modena Italy Vox Club N/A N/A
24 June 2002 Berlin Germany Columbiahalle N/A N/A
26 June 2002 Stockholm Sweden Cirkus Djurgarden N/A N/A
Europe
29 June 2002 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena N/A N/A
30 June 2002 N/A N/A
2 July 2002 Hull England Hull Arena N/A N/A
3 July 2002 N/A N/A
5 July 2002 London Finsbury Park N/A N/A
6 July 2002 N/A N/A
7 July 2002 N/A N/A
10 July 2002 Newcastle Telewest Arena N/A N/A
11 July 2002 N/A N/A
13 July 2002 Kinross Scotland Balado Airfield [c]
14 July 2002 Ratoath Ireland Fairyhouse Racecourse [d]
16 July 2002 Vicenza Italy Stadio Romeo Menti N/A N/A
17 July 2002 Lucca Piazza Napoleone [e]
19 July 2002 Bern Switzerland Gurten Mountain [f]
21 July 2002 Majorca Spain Calvià [g]
23 July 2002 Salamanca Plaza de Toros La Glorieta N/A N/A
24 July 2002 Vigo Parque de Castrelos N/A N/A
26 July 2002 Rome Italy Stadio del Tennis di Roma N/A N/A
27 July 2002 N/A N/A
North America
2 August 2002 Fort Lauderdale United States Pompano Beach Amphitheater N/A N/A
4 August 2002 Hollywood Hard Rock Live N/A N/A
5 August 2002 Atlanta The Tabernacle N/A N/A
11 August 2002 New York City Roseland Ballroom N/A N/A
13 August 2002 Beacon Theatre N/A N/A
14 August 2002 N/A N/A
16 August 2002 Montreal Canada Molson Centre N/A N/A
17 August 2002 Toronto Molson Canadian Amphitheatre N/A N/A
20 August 2002 Chicago United States Chicago Theatre N/A N/A
21 August 2002 Detroit Fox Theatre N/A N/A
Europe
7 September 2002 Derry Northern Ireland Prehen Playing Fields N/A N/A
9 September 2002 Aberdeen Scotland Press & Journal Arena N/A N/A
10 September 2002 N/A N/A
12 September 2002 Edinburgh Edinburgh Corn Exchange N/A N/A
14 September 2002 Manchester England Old Trafford Cricket Ground N/A N/A
15 September 2002 N/A N/A
17 September 2002 Paris France Zénith de Paris N/A N/A
Asia
25 September 2002 Tokyo Japan Yoyogi National Gymnasium N/A N/A
26 September 2002 N/A N/A
28 September 2002 N/A N/A
29 September 2002 N/A N/A
1 October 2002 Fukuoka Marine Messe Fukuoka N/A N/A
2 October 2002 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall N/A N/A
3 October 2002 N/A N/A
5 October 2002 Sendai Sendai Gymnasium N/A N/A
7 October 2002 Hiroshima Hiroshima Sun Plaza N/A N/A
8 October 2002 Nagoya Nagoya Rainbow Hall N/A N/A
Oceania
11 October 2002 Sydney Australia Enmore Theatre N/A N/A
12 October 2002 Brisbane Brisbane Exhibition Ground [h]
14 October 2002 Canberra Canberra Royal Theatre N/A N/A
15 October 2002 Newcastle Newcastle Civic Theatre N/A N/A
17 October 2002 Melbourne Forum Theatre N/A N/A
19 October 2002 Melbourne Park [i]
20 October 2002 Sydney Moore Park [j]
23 October 2002 Melbourne Forum Theatre N/A N/A
Asia
24 October 2002 Quezon City Philippines Araneta Coliseum N/A N/A
26 October 2002 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium N/A N/A
Europe
10 November 2002 Nottingham England National Ice Centre N/A N/A
11 November 2002 N/A N/A
13 November 2002 Glasgow Scotland Braehead Arena N/A N/A
14 November 2002 N/A N/A
16 November 2002 Lille France Zénith de Lille N/A N/A
17 November 2002 Rennes Le Liberté N/A N/A
19 November 2002 Salamanca Spain Pabellón de Würzburg N/A N/A
20 November 2002 Bilbao Pabellón Municipal de Deportes La Casilla N/A N/A
22 November 2002 Milan Italy Forum di Assago N/A N/A
23 November 2002 Pesaro PBA Palasport N/A N/A
25 November 2002 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion N/A N/A
28 November 2002 Stuttgart Germany Messe Congress Centrum N/A N/A
29 November 2002 Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle N/A N/A
8 December 2002 Cardiff Wales International Arena N/A N/A
9 December 2002 N/A N/A
11 December 2002 Brighton England Brighton Centre N/A N/A
12 December 2002 Plymouth Plymouth Pavilions N/A N/A
14 December 2002 Sheffield Hallam FM Arena N/A N/A
16 December 2002 Liverpool Royal Court Theatre N/A N/A
18 December 2002 Birmingham National Indoor Arena N/A N/A
19 December 2002 N/A N/A
5 March 2003 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre N/A N/A
6 March 2003 N/A N/A
8 March 2003 Hamburg Germany Color-Line Arena N/A N/A
9 March 2003 Düsseldorf Philips Halle N/A N/A
11 March 2003 Munich Munich Zenith N/A N/A
12 March 2003 Berlin Arena Berlin N/A N/A

Cancellations and rescheduled shows[edit]

7 August 2002 Indianapolis Murat Shrine Cancelled due to band injury.
9 August 2002 Upper Darby Tower Theater Cancelled due to band injury.
10 August 2002 Boston Fleet Pavilion Cancelled due to band injury.
23 October 2002 Manila Araneta Colliseum Cancelled due to security concerns following the terrorism.
1 December 2002 Munich Zenith Rescheduled to 11 March 2003.
2 December 2002 Hamburg Colour Line Arena Rescheduled to 8 March 2003
4 December 2002 Düsseldorf Philipshalle Rescheduled to 9 March 2003
5 December 2002 Bremen Pier 2 Cancelled.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The 6 February 2002 concert in London was a part of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
  2. ^ The 28 April 2002 concert in Indio was a part of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
  3. ^ The 13 July 2002 concert in Kinross was a part of T in the Park.
  4. ^ The 14 July 2002 concert in Ratoath was a part of Witnness.
  5. ^ The 17 July 2002 concert in Lucca was a part of the Lucca Summer Festival.
  6. ^ The 19 July 2002 concert in Bern was a part of Gurtenfestival.
  7. ^ The 19 July 2002 concert in Bern was a part of Festival Isladencanta.
  8. ^ The 12 October 2002 concert in Brisbane was a part of Livid.
  9. ^ The 19 October 2002 concert in Melbourne was a part of Livid.
  10. ^ The 19 October 2002 concert in Melbourne was a part of Livid.