Recycler Tour

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Recycler Tour
World tour by ZZ Top
ZZTopRecyclerTour.jpg
Location North America, Europe
Associated album Recycler
Start date October 2, 1990
End date September 27, 1991
Legs 4
No. of shows 160
ZZ Top concert chronology

The Recycler Tour was a concert tour by American rock band ZZ Top. Presented by Beaver Productions and sponsored by Miller Lite, the tour took place in North America and Europe. The set list featured material from the band's previous seven studio albums. Venues were mostly arenas.

Itinerary[edit]

The tour coincided with the October 1990 release of the band's album Recycler. The tour began on October 2, 1990 in Vancouver, British Columbia and ended on September 27, 1991 in Mexico City.

Bryan Adams, The Law, Thunder, and Little Angels were the opening acts for the show on July 6, 1991.

Opening Acts

Set list[edit]

Opening[edit]

John Farnham

Bryan Adams[edit]

  1. "She's Only Happy When She's Dancing"
  2. "Kids Wanna Rock"
  3. "Hey Honey – I'm Packin' You In!"
  4. "It's Only Love"
  5. "Can't Stop This Thing We Started"
  6. "Cuts Like a Knife"
  7. "Take Me Back"
  8. "Thought I'd Died and Gone to Heaven"
  9. "When the Night Comes"
  10. "Heat of the Night"
  11. "Heaven"
  12. "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You"
  13. "Run to You"
  14. "Somebody"
  15. "There Will Never Be Another Tonight"
  16. "Long Gone"
  17. "Summer of '69"
  18. "One Night Love Affair"
  19. "C'mon Everybody"[2]

ZZ Top[edit]

  1. "Planet of Women"
  2. "Sleeping Bag"
  3. "Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers"
  4. "Waitin' for the Bus"
  5. "Jesus Just Left Chicago"
  6. "Burger Man"
  7. "Gimme All Your Lovin'"
  8. "Concrete and Steel"
  9. "My Head's in Mississippi"
  10. "Manic Mechanic"
  11. "Heard It on the X"
  12. "2000 Blues"
  13. "Blue Jean Blues"
  14. "Just Got Paid"
  15. "Doubleback"
  16. "Got Me Under Pressure"
  17. "Sharp Dressed Man"
  18. "Give It Up"
  19. "Legs"
  20. "Tube Snake Boogie"
  21. "La Grange"
  22. "Tush"[3]

Tour dates[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening Act(s) Attendance Revenue
Leg 1: arenas in North America[4]
October 2, 1990 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum Colin James 13,500 / 13,500 $301,827
October 4, 1990 Edmonton Northlands Coliseum 10,938 / 10,938 $226,743
October 5, 1990 Calgary Olympic Saddledome 11,338 / 11,338 $239,594
October 6, 1990 Saskatoon Saskatchewan Place 8,558 / 8,558 $189,454
October 7, 1990 Winnipeg Winnipeg Arena 8,505 / 8,505 $194,615
October 11, 1990 Toronto Maple Leaf Gardens 13,534 / 13,534 $294,697
October 13, 1990 Montreal Montreal Forum 13,900 / 13,900 $268,307
October 20, 1990 Dallas United States Cotton Bowl Steve Miller Band, Santana 74,100 / 74,100 $1,715,688
October 25, 1990 Wichita Kansas Coliseum Colin James 11,875 / 11,875 $224,837
October 26, 1990 Omaha Omaha Civic Auditorium 10,200 / 10,200 $229,203
October 28, 1990 Ames Hilton Coliseum 10,350 / 10,350 $191,139
October 29, 1990 Cedar Rapids Five Seasons Center 10,000 / 10,000 $183,300
October 31, 1990 Milwaukee Bradley Center 12,140 / 12,140 $226,420
November 1, 1990 Peoria Peoria Civic Center 9,908 / 9,908 $185,309
November 3, 1990 Minneapolis Target Center Johnny Van Zant 15,469 / 15,469 $313,278
November 4, 1990 Madison Dane County Coliseum N/A N/A
November 6, 1990 Notre Dame Joyce Center 9,094 / 9,094 $168,363
November 7, 1990 St. Louis St. Louis Arena 23,710 / 23,710 $450,300
November 8, 1990
November 11, 1990 Denver McNichols Sports Arena 18,515 / 24,700 $392,097
November 12, 1990
November 14, 1990 Billings Yellowstone METRA N/A N/A
November 16, 1990 Pullman Beasley Coliseum Jeff Healey Band
November 18, 1990 Tacoma Tacoma Dome 24,006 / 24,006 $466,840
November 19, 1990 Portland Memorial Coliseum 20,264 / 20,264 $395,117
November 20, 1990
November 21, 1990 Boise BSU Pavilion N/A N/A
November 23, 1990 Reno Lawlor Events Center 11,330 / 11,330 $210,093
November 24, 1990 Paradise Thomas & Mack Center 12,543 / 12,543 $235,522
November 25, 1990 Inglewood Great Western Forum 28,043 / 28,043 $573,330
November 26, 1990
November 29, 1990 Sacramento ARCO Arena 16,675 / 16,675 $344,025
November 30, 1990 Daly City Cow Palace 42,644 / 42,644 $913,725
December 1, 1990
December 2, 1990
December 8, 1990 Phoenix Veterans Memorial Coliseum 24,828 / 24,828 $466,093
December 9, 1990
December 10, 1990 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena 12,907 / 12,907 $265,254
December 13, 1990 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum 9,493 / 9,493 $176,560
December 15, 1990 Little Rock Barton Coliseum 10,000 / 10,000 $200,000
December 16, 1990 Kansas City Kemper Arena 12,404 / 12,404 $248,080
December 17, 1990 Oklahoma City Myriad Convention Center 12,500 / 12,500 $233,660
Leg 2: arenas in the United States[5]
January 4, 1991 New Orleans United States Lakefront Arena The Black Crowes 9,500 / 9,500 $179,100
January 5, 1991 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum 20,691 / 20,691 $413,820
January 6, 1991
January 7, 1991 Nashville Nashville Municipal Auditorium 9,900 / 9,900 $185,880
January 9, 1991 Louisville Freedom Hall 14,455 / 14,455 $281,873
January 10, 1991 Dayton Nutter Center 11,160 / 12,198 $217,620
January 12, 1991 Charleston Charleston Civic Center 11,427 / 11,427 $218,800
January 13, 1991 Landover Capital Centre 30,553 / 30,553 $652,635
January 14, 1991
January 17, 1991 Hartford Hartford Civic Center 24,431 / 24,431 $461,423
January 18, 1991
January 19, 1991 Worcester Centrum in Worcester 22,797 / 22,797 $485,573
January 20, 1991
January 23, 1991 Portland Cumberland County Civic Center 18,300 / 18,300 $324,825
January 24, 1991
January 26, 1991 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum 12,312 / 12,312 $258,795
January 28, 1991 New York City Madison Square Garden 26,915 / 26,915 $565,515
January 29, 1991
February 1, 1991 Buffalo Buffalo Memorial Auditorium 13,409 / 13,409 $254,740
February 2, 1991 Toledo Savage Hall N/A N/A
February 5, 1991 Albany Knickerbocker Arena 13,054 / 13,756 $236,613
February 6, 1991 Providence Providence Civic Center 11,732 / 12,450 $228,774
February 7, 1991 Hershey Hersheypark Arena 10,000 / 10,000 $188,800
February 9, 1991 Syracuse Carrier Dome 19,741 / 22,100 $379,386
February 11, 1991 Richfield Richfield Coliseum 29,224 / 29,224 $587,034
February 12, 1991
February 15, 1991 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon 44,890 / 44,890 $962,325
February 16, 1991
February 17, 1991
February 18, 1991 Indianapolis Market Square Arena 23,181 / 23,181 $417,027
February 19, 1991
February 21, 1991 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 49,964 / 49,864 $1,071,383
February 22, 1991
February 23, 1991
February 25, 1991 Lexington Rupp Arena 14,329 / 14,329 $282,998
February 26, 1991 Carbondale SIU Arena N/A N/A
February 27, 1991 Chattanooga UTC Arena
March 2, 1991 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum 11,346 / 11,346 $218,879
March 3, 1991 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena 16,601 / 16,601 $314,747
March 11, 1991 Philadelphia The Spectrum 27,878 / 27,878 $598,230
March 12, 1991
March 14, 1991 Pittsburgh Civic Arena 26,114 / 26,114 $511,568
March 15, 1991
March 17, 1991 Richmond Richmond Coliseum N/A N/A
March 20, 1991 Chapel Hill Dean Smith Center 12,301 / 12,301 $246,140
March 21, 1991 Roanoke Roanoke Civic Center 10,938 / 10,938 $210,240
March 24, 1991 Atlanta The Omni 38,539 / 38,539 $769,098
March 25, 1991
March 26, 1991 Michelle Malone & Drag the River
March 29, 1991 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum 18,616 / 18,616 $358,700
March 30, 1991 Columbia Carolina Coliseum 10,444 / 10,444 $198,240
April 2, 1991 Savannah Savannah Civic Center 8,137 / 8,137 $150,760
April 3, 1991 Jacksonville Jacksonville Coliseum 11,676 / 11,676 $221,600
April 4, 1991 Fort Myers Lee County Civic Center Dreams So Real 9,000 / 9,000 $171,580
April 6, 1991 Miami Miami Arena 24,471 / 24,471 $521,753
April 7, 1991
April 10, 1991 Lakeland Lakeland Civic Center Hall Aflame 19,054 / 19,054 $397,019
April 11, 1991
April 13, 1991 Pensacola Pensacola Civic Center 10,027 / 10,027 $189,820
April 14, 1991 Biloxi Mississippi Coast Coliseum 11,944 / 11,944 $224,560
April 17, 1991 Birmingham Birmingham–Jefferson Civic Center 15,202 / 15,202 $296,234
April 18, 1991 Jackson Mississippi Coliseum 10,384 / 10,384 $191,360
April 19, 1991 Shreveport Hirsch Memorial Coliseum 10,350 / 10,350 $194,780
April 20, 1991 Lafayette Cajundome 10,802 / 10,802 $203,320
April 22, 1991 Dallas Reunion Arena John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers 28,719 / 28,719 $590,085
April 23, 1991
April 25, 1991 Houston The Summit 51,784 / 51,784 $1,088,612
April 26, 1991
April 27, 1991
April 28, 1991
April 29, 1991 San Antonio Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center N/A N/A
May 1, 1991 Las Cruces Pan American Center 10,205 / 10,205 $192,480
May 2, 1991 Lubbock Lubbock Municipal Coliseum 10,500 / 10,500 $196,160
May 3, 1991 Austin Frank Erwin Center Jay Aaron 14,701 / 14,701 $296,528
Leg 3: stadiums in Europe
June 5, 1991 Helsinki Finland Oulunkyla Sportspark Thunder N/A N/A
June 8, 1991 Stockholm Sweden Söderstadion Desperado, Thunder
June 9, 1991 Roger McGuinn, Thunder
June 12, 1991 Copenhagen Denmark Gentofte Stadion Bryan Adams, Thunder
June 15, 1991 Mannheim Germany Maimarktgelände Bryan Adams
June 16, 1991 Nuremberg Zeppelinfeld
June 19, 1991 Berlin Waldbühne
June 20, 1991
June 22, 1991 Cologne Müngersdorfer Stadion
June 23, 1991 Basel Switzerland St. Jakob Stadium
June 25, 1991 Toulouse France Palais des Sports
June 27, 1991 Nantes Stade Marcel Saupin
June 28, 1991 Paris Palais Omnisports Bercy
June 29, 1991
June 30, 1991
July 2, 1991 Lyon Halle Tony Garnier
July 3, 1991 Marseille Vitrolles Stadium
July 6, 1991 Milton Keynes England Milton Keynes Bowl Bryan Adams, The Law
Leg 4: arenas and amphitheaters in North America[6]
August 1, 1991 Salt Lake City United States Salt Palace Extreme 9,940 / 9,940 $198,800
August 3, 1991 Bismarck Bismarck Civic Center N/A N/A
August 4, 1991 Sioux Falls Sioux Falls Arena 6,970 / 8,000 $139,400
August 6, 1991 Rapid City Rushmore Plaza Civic Center N/A N/A
August 10, 1991 San Jose Spartan Stadium Steve Miller, Eric Johnson
August 11, 1991 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre Extreme
August 12, 1991 Tucson McKale Center
August 14, 1991 Odessa Ector County Coliseum
August 16, 1991 Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheatre
August 17, 1991 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre
August 18, 1991 Tulsa Tulsa Convention Center
August 20, 1991 Des Moines Veterans Memorial Auditorium
August 21, 1991 Duluth DECC Arena
August 22, 1991 Rockford Rockford MetroCentre
August 23, 1991 Tinley Park World Music Theatre
August 24, 1991 East Lansing Breslin Student Events Center
August 27, 1991 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center 8,067 / 16,400
August 29, 1991 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center N/A
August 30, 1991 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena
August 31, 1991 Old Orchard Beach Seashore Performing Arts Center
September 1, 1991 Mansfield Great Woods Center
September 3, 1991 Halifax Canada Halifax Metro Centre
September 6, 1991 Hamilton Copps Coliseum
September 7, 1991 Ottawa Ottawa Civic Centre
September 11, 1991 Wallkill United States Orange County Speedway
(Orange County Fair)
September 13, 1991 Wheeling WesBanco Arena
September 14, 1991 Baltimore Baltimore Arena
September 15, 1991 Johnson City Freedom Hall Civic Center
September 18, 1991 Murfreesboro Murphy Center
September 19, 1991 Huntsville Von Braun Civic Center
September 20, 1991 Monroe Monroe Civic Center

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WHERE ARE THEY NOW? – EXTREME". bmusic.com.au. Retrieved 11 March 2011. 
  2. ^ "Bryan Adams Concert Setlist Dundonald Ice Rink, Belfast, Northern Ireland 1991". Retrieved 7 April 2010. 
  3. ^ Zurich, Peter (1994–2009). "ZZ Top Set List Collection". Retrieved 7 April 2010. 
  4. ^ First North American leg boxscore data:
  5. ^ Second North American leg boxscore data:
  6. ^ Third North American leg boxscore data: