High Civilization World Tour

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High Civilization World Tour
Tour by Bee Gees
Associated albumHigh Civilization
Start dateMay 25, 1991 (1991-05-25)
End dateJuly 9, 1991 (1991-07-09)
Legs1
No. of shows24 in Europe
Bee Gees concert chronology

High Civilization World Tour is the tenth concert tour by the Bee Gees in support of their nineteenth studio album High Civilization. The tour began on May 25, 1991 in Kiel, Germany and ended on July 9, 1991 in Birmingham, England.

Background[edit]

High Civilization was the last album by the Bee Gees recorded for Warner Bros. Records, Warner Music as part of a four-year contract. It was also the first post-RSO Records era album not to feature concert dates in the United States, presumably due to health issues with Barry Gibb and lackluster record sales. The band played fourteen successful concerts in Germany and toured other European countries such as France, Switzerland, Netherlands, Ireland and the UK. They also played three dates in Spain for the first time in their career.

Set list[edit]

  1. "Tragedy"
  2. "You Win Again"
  3. "I've Gotta Get a Message to You"
  4. "Juliet"
  5. "House of Shame"
  6. "The Only Love"
  7. "When He's Gone"
  8. "To Love Somebody"
  9. "Ghost Train"
  10. "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart"
  11. "One"
  12. "High Civilization"
  13. "Words"
  14. "Stayin' Alive"
  15. Medley:
  16. "Lonely Days"
  17. "Dimensions"
  18. "I Started a Joke"
  19. "Massachusetts"
  20. "Secret Love"
  21. "Nights on Broadway"
  22. "Jive Talkin'"
  23. "Party With No Name"
  24. "You Should Be Dancing"

Tour dates[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
Europe[1][2][3]
May 25, 1991 Kiel Germany Ostseehalle 6,308 / 6,308 $168,240
May 27, 1991 Dortmund Westfalenhalle 25,046 / 25,046 $723,251
May 28, 1991
May 30, 1991 Frankfurt Festhalle 16,537 / 16,537 $547,671
May 31, 1991
June 2, 1991 Saarbrücken Ludwigsparkstadion 16,660 / 40,000 $458,708
June 4, 1991 Berlin Waldbühne 56,840 / 66,360 $1,564,146
June 5, 1991
June 7, 1991
June 8, 1991 Bremen Weserstadion 42,004 / 50,516 $1,165,722
June 10, 1991 Stuttgart Schleyer-Halle 18,326 / 19,086 $546,939
June 11, 1991
June 13, 1991 Munich Olympiahalle
June 14, 1991
June 19, 1991 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
June 22, 1991 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
June 25, 1991 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
June 26, 1991 Madrid Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad
June 28, 1991 La Coruña Estadio Santa Maria del Mar
July 1, 1991 Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy
July 4, 1991 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
July 6, 1991 Birmingham England NEC Arena 21,121 / 23,232 $610,993
July 7, 1991 London Wembley Arena 11,295 / 11,295 $326,385
July 9, 1991 Birmingham NEC Arena
TOTAL 214,137 / 258,380 $6,112,055

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