Out of the Game Tour

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Out of the Game Tour
Tour by Rufus Wainwright
RW OutoftheGameTourPoster.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Associated album Out of the Game
Start date April 23, 2012 (2012-04-23)
End date November 2, 2013 (2013-11-02)
Legs 10
Number of shows 62 in Europe
64 in North America
6 in Asia
9 in Australasia
4 in South America
145 Total
Rufus Wainwright concert chronology

The Out of the Game Tour is a concert tour by singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright. The tour supports his seventh studio album, Out of the Game. Beginning in April 2012, the tour has played over 100 shows in the Americas, Asia, Europe and Australasia.

Background[edit]

The tour was announced on Wainwright's official website, coinciding with the singer's album release. Behind the scenes, Wainwright married his long-term partner Jörn Weisbrodt while the singer had a break in his tour schedule.[1] Wainwright explained his personal life would not only reflect in the album but also the tour.[2] The singer continued to say that he would be touring less in the forthcoming years, while concentrating on being a parent.[3]

The tour began with two rehearsal shows at Under the Bridge,[4] a nightclub located within Stamford Bridge in London. The tour officially kicked off in Denmark. Some of the tour dates in Europe included festival appearances at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Melt! Festival and the North Sea Jazz Festival.

Opening acts[edit]

Setlist[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe[9][10]
April 23, 2012 Copenhagen Denmark Falconer Salen
April 25, 2012 Berlin Germany Konzertsaal der Udk
April 27, 2012 Amsterdam Netherlands Melkweg Rabozaal
April 29, 2012[A] London England indigO2
April 30, 2012 Lyceum Theatre
May 2, 2012 Paris France La Cigale
May 4, 2012 Granada Spain Auditorio del Generalife
North America[9][10][11]
May 9, 2012 New York City United States Howard Gilman Opera House
May 11, 2012 Oakland Fox Oakland Theatre
May 12, 2012 Los Angeles Orpheum Theatre
May 13, 2012 San Diego Humphrey's by the Bay
Europe[9][10]
June 1, 2012[B] Barcelona Spain Parc del Fòrum
Asia[10][11]
June 3, 2012 Yakum Israel Ronit Farm Amphitheater
June 4, 2012 Tel Aviv Reading 3
Europe[9][10][11]
June 6, 2012 A Coruña Spain Palacio de la Ópera
June 8, 2012[C] Porto Portugal Parque da Cidade do Porto
North America[10][11]
June 10, 2012[D] Toronto Canada Pecaut Square
June 15, 2012[E] Massey Hall
June 28, 2012[F] Montreal Quartier des Spectacles
June 30, 2012 Ann Arbor United States Power Center For The Performing Arts
July 1, 2012 Grand Rapids Charter Township Meijer Gardens Amphitheater
Europe[10][11]
July 5, 2012[G] Montreux Switzerland Miles Davis Hall
July 6, 2012 Vienna Austria Vienna State Opera House
July 7, 2012[H] Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
July 8, 2012[I] Liège Belgium Parc Reine Astrid
July 12, 2012[J] Ostrava Czech Republic Dolní oblast Vítkovice
July 13, 2012[K] Gräfenhainichen Germany Ferropolis
July 15, 2012[KA] Beccles England Henham Park
July 16, 2012 Bath The Forum
July 18, 2012 Dublin Ireland Iveagh Gardens
July 20, 2012 Venice Italy Teatro Verde
North America[10][11]
July 24, 2012 Vienna United States Filene Center
July 27, 2012 Purchase The Performing Arts Center at Purchase
July 28, 2012 Westhampton Beach Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
July 29, 2012 Boston Bank of America Pavilion
July 31, 2012 Portland State Theatre
August 1, 2012[L] South Burlington Higher Ground
August 3, 2012 Cleveland House of Blues
August 4, 2012 Munhall Carnegie Library Music Hall
August 5, 2012 Louisville Iroquois Amphitheatre
August 7, 2012 Bloomington Buskirk-Chumley Theater
August 8, 2012 Chicago The Vic Theatre
August 10, 2012 Milwaukee Pabst Theater
August 11, 2012 Apple Valley Minnesota Zoo Amphitheater
August 26, 2012[M] East Hampton Guild Hall
Australasia[10][12][13]
September 8, 2012 Canberra Australia Canberra Theatre
September 9, 2012 Sydney Sydney Opera House
September 12, 2012[N] Brisbane QPAC Concert Hall
September 15, 2012 Melbourne Hamer Hall
September 17, 2012 Adelaide Her Majesty's Theatre
September 19, 2012 Perth Riverside Theatre
September 21, 2012 Auckland New Zealand Auckland Civic Theatre
North America[10]
September 28, 2012 Big Sur United States Henry Miller Memorial Library
October 1, 2012 Seattle Benaroya Hall
October 2, 2012 Vancouver Canada Orpheum Theatre
October 4, 2012 Arcata United States Van Duzer Theatre
October 9, 2012 Isla Vista UCSB Campbell Hall
October 11, 2012 Riverside Riverside Fox Theater
October 13, 2012[O] Austin Zilker Metropolitan Park
October 14, 2012 Dallas Meyerson Symphony Center
October 15, 2012 Houston Bayou Music Center
October 18, 2012 Conway Reynolds Performance Hall
October 19, 2012 Nashville Ryman Auditorium
October 20, 2012 Atlanta The Tabernacle
October 22, 2012 Durham Carolina Theatre
October 23, 2012 York Pullo Center
October 24, 2012 Portsmouth The Music Hall
October 26, 2012 Montreal Canada Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church
October 27, 2012 Quebec City Salle Albert-Rousseau
October 28, 2012 Saguenay Théâtre du Palais Municipal
Europe[10][14][15]
November 13, 2012 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
November 14, 2012 Belfast Northern Ireland Ulster Hall
November 16, 2012 Oxford England New Theatre Oxford
November 17, 2012 Birmingham Symphony Hall
November 18, 2012 London Hammersmith Apollo
November 20, 2012 Nottingham Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
November 21, 2012 York Barbican Centre
November 23, 2012 Bristol Colston Hall
November 24, 2012 Brighton Brighton Dome
November 25, 2012 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
November 27, 2012 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique
November 28, 2012 Hamburg Germany Laeiszhalle
November 29, 2012 Randers Denmark Værket
December 1, 2012 Stockholm Sweden Berns Salonger
December 2, 2012 Oslo Norway Sentrum Scene
December 3, 2012 Gothenburg Sweden Restaurang Trädgårn
December 5, 2012 Frankfurt Germany Gibson Club
December 7, 2012 San Sebastián Spain Auditorio Kursaal
December 8, 2012 Madrid Sala La Riviera
December 10, 2012 Paris France Folies Bergère
December 11, 2012 Manchester England O2 Apollo Manchester
December 13, 2012 Edinburgh Scotland Usher Hall
December 14, 2012 Glasgow O2 Academy Glasgow
North America[16]
February 6, 2013 Princeton United States McCarter Theatre
February 8, 2013 Atlantic City Borgata Music Box
February 12, 2013 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
Asia[16]
March 16, 2013 Seoul South Korea Uniqlo AX
March 18, 2013 Osaka Japan Matsushita IMP Hall
March 19, 2013 Tokyo Shibuya Public Hall
March 21, 2013[P] Central Area Singapore Fort Canning
Australia[16]
March 24, 2013[Q] Fremantle Australia Fremantle Park
April 1, 2013[R] Byron Bay Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm
North America[17]
April 11, 2013 Milwaukee United States Pabst Theater
April 13, 2013[S] Saint Paul Fitzgerald Theater
April 14, 2013 Chicago Maurer Hall
April 18, 2013 Bay Shore YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts
April 21, 2013[T] Philadelphia Verizon Hall
April 23, 2013[U] Toronto Canada Koerner Hall
May 7, 2013 Mexico City Mexico Auditorio Blackberry
South America[17]
May 9, 2013 São Paulo Brazil HSBC Brasil
May 10, 2013 Porto Alegre Teatro do Bourbon Country
May 13, 2013 Santiago Chile Teatro Nescafe de les Artes
May 15, 2013 Buenos Aires Argentina Teatro Gran Rex
Europe[16][17]
May 23, 2013 Norrköping Sweden Louis De Geer
May 31, 2013 The Hague Netherlands Dr. Anton Philipszaal
June 1, 2013
June 2, 2013[V] Dresden Germany Albertinum Inner Courtyard
North America[16][17]
June 8, 2013 Los Angeles United States Valley Performing Arts Center
June 9, 2013 San Francisco Davies Symphony Hall
June 13, 2013 Fort Worth Bass Performance Hall
Europe[18]
June 30, 2013[W] Pilton England Worthy Farm
July 1, 2013 Liverpool Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
July 3, 2013 Leicester De Montfort Hall
July 5, 2013[X] Barcelona Spain Parc del Fòrum
July 6, 2013 Antwerp Belgium Openluchttheater Rivierenhof
July 7, 2013 Eindhoven Netherlands Muziekgebouw Frits Philips Eindhoven
July 10, 2013[Y] Lyon France Théatre Odéon Antique de Lyon
July 11, 2013 Copenhagen Denmark Tivolis Koncertsal
July 13, 2013[Z] Riehen Switzerland Wenkenhof
July 16, 2013[AA] La Rochelle France La Coursive Grand Théâtre
July 22, 2013 Madrid Spain Teatro Real
July 25, 2013[AB] São Julião da Barra Portugal Jardins do Marquês de Pombal
July 26, 2013[AC] Dubrovnik Croatia Revelin Fort Terrace
July 28, 2013[AD] Verbier Switzerland Eglise de Verbier
North America[19]
October 4, 2013 Tarrytown United States Tarrytown Music Hall
October 6, 2013 Morristown Mayo Performing Arts Center
October 11, 2013 Toronto Canada Roy Thomson Hall
Europe[18]
October 21, 2013[AE] Prague Czech Republic Estates Theatre
North America[19]
October 24, 2013 Medford United States Craterian Theatre at the Collier Center
October 25, 2013 Eugene Jaqua Concert Hall
October 26, 2013 Portland Aladdin Theater
October 28, 2013 Edmonds Edmonds Center for the Arts
October 29, 2013 Olympia Washington Center for the Performing Arts
October 30, 2013 Tacoma Pantages Theater
November 2, 2013 Ottawa Canada Southam Hall
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
July 25, 2012 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Festival Pier Cancelled[48]
August 1, 2012 Shelburne, Vermont The Green at Shelburne Museum Moved to Higher Ground in South Burlington, Vermont
October 30, 2012 New York City, New York Beacon Theatre Cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy. This concert was a part of the "Freedom To Love Now!".[49]
February 9, 2013 Bay Shore, New York YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts Rescheduled for April 18, 2013

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Howard Gilman Opera House New York City 2,026 / 2,097 (97%0 $115,500[50]
Fox Oakland Theatre Oakland 1,548 / 1,766 (88%) $67,740[51]
Canberra Theatre Canberra 574 / 1,195 (48%) $68,084[52]
Sydney Opera House Sydney 1,753 / 2,239 (78%) $250,516[52]
QPAC Concert Hall Brisbane 692 / 1,518 (46%) $81,646[52]
Hamer Hall Melbourne 2,716 / 4,786 (57%) $334,283[52]
Her Majesty's Theatre Adelaide 557 / 1,009 (55%) $65,557[52]
Riverside Theatre Perth 634 / 1,118 (57%) $70,817[52]
Ryman Auditorium Nashville 1,460 / 2,211 (66%) $56,670[53]
Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church Montreal 1,268 / 1,459 (87%) $88,729[54]
Salle Albert-Rousseau Quebec City 756 / 900 (84%) $48,190[54]
Théâtre du Palais Municipal Saguenay 495 / 620 (80%) $26,681[54]
9:30 Club Washington, D.C. 899 / 1200 (75%) $35,960[55]
Auditorio Blackberry Mexico City 724 / 2,051 (35%) $15,855[56]
TOTAL 16,102 / 24,169 (67%) $1,326,228

Critical reception[edit]

The tour was met with mixed reviews from music critics. For the first North American concert in New York City, Jon Pareles (The New York Times), felt the concert was a nice blend of Wainwright current and past songs. He continues to say "At times there was friction between Mr. Wainwright’s long melody lines and the shuffle and strut of their settings. But his supposed turn to pop isn’t a drastic change; older songs like 'April Fools' and 'Greek Song' showed he has been in that territory before".[57]

The show was also praised by Simon Vozick-Levinson (Rolling Stone). He says "But for the most part, this was a night of pure pop joy. Afterward, he took a deep bow, accepted a bouquet from someone in the front rows—his second of the night—and walked offstage with a delighted grin".[8] For the concert at the Ronit Farm Amphitheater, Rachel Marder (The Jerusalem Post) felt Wainwright channelled Elton John. She writes, "The show felt like a true ensemble performance, with the saxophone-player, clarinetist, drummer and backup singers all taking solos".[58]

In Louisville, Selna Frye (louisville.com) thinks the singer gave a stellar night of song. She comments, "As entertaining and musically rich as this show was, one primary thing I came away with—and maybe others did too—was an appreciation of Wainwright's unselfishness in giving these other fine artists their moments in the spotlight".[59] At the Chicago show, Megan Ritt (Consequence of Sound), stated Wainwright was a "consummate performer". She goes on to say "The rarities he played certainly will stick with long-time fans, but the most impressive feature of the show was how the sometimes somber Wainwright appeared to enjoy the experience as much as the audience".[7] At the Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee, Piet Levy stated, "His gorgeous operatic croon, heard alone, essentially served as the light".[60]

The concert at the famed Sydney Opera House received a less favorable review. Iain Shedden (The Australian) writes that following a magnificent show, Wainwright ended it like a "high school end-of-term pantomime". He further explains, "The 90 minutes was a near-perfect blend of pop smarts and raw emotion, of which the singer seems to have an unlimited supply. The encore, however, was a horror of such significance, it threatened to undo everything that came before".[61] At the Vicar Street in Dubin, Lauren Murphy (The Irish Times) gave the show three out of five stars. She writes, "Roving the aisles singing 'Gay Messiah', his intention to entertain is acknowledged—but another two or three songs in place of the pantomime-style silliness would have been more heartily appreciated. It’s an unfortunate end to an otherwise stirring show".[62]

Band[edit]

  • Keyboard: Andy Burton
  • Guitar: Sharief Hobley and Teddy Thompson
  • Bass Guitar: Brad Albetta
  • Drums: Ben Perowsky
  • Horns: Tim Ries
  • Supporting vocals: Charysse Blackman and Krystle Warren

Source:[5]

External links[edit]

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