Slash 2010–11 World Tour

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Slash 2010–11 World Tour
Tour by Slash
Slash live in Rome by Paride.jpg
Slash performing in 2011 during the Slash 2010–11 World Tour
Location America, Europe, Oceania, Asia
Associated album Slash
Start date April 10, 2010
End date July 31, 2011
Legs 9
No. of shows

137

  • 56 North America
  • 46 Europe
  • 12 Asia
  • 12 Latin America
  • 11 Oceania
Slash concert chronology

The Slash 2010–11 World Tour was the first concert tour by Velvet Revolver and ex-Guns N' Roses lead guitarist Slash as a solo artist, taking place between 2010–2011, in support of his first self-titled solo album. Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge took the lead singer's position on the tour, while several other guests from the album, such as Andrew Stockdale, Alice Cooper and Lemmy Kilmister joined Slash on different dates, to sing the song they recorded for this albums as well as other classics.

Slash announced that he would not be playing only his solo material on the tour. The setlist during the tour also included songs from Guns N' Roses, Velvet Revolver, Slash's Snakepit, and Alter Bridge.

The tour began with a European leg of mostly festival appearances from May 30, 2010, although Slash played a series of North American warm-up dates, including a secret show at the Roxy Theatre on April 10, 2010, and Rock on the Range. The European leg was followed by a leg of Asia and Oceania, featuring dates in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore, and finally a full headlining North American Leg in the fall of 2010, which included also some dates which were in support of Billy Idol. The North American leg of the tour was dubbed the "We're All Gonna Die U.S. Tour".

Following the release of Alter Bridge's third album AB III in October 2010, frontman Kennedy was committed to tour with the band in support of the album, until December 2010. Slash's tour with Kennedy resumed in January 2011 with a North American arena tour, in support of Ozzy Osbourne, followed by additional legs in Oceania, Asia and Latin America.

The tour concluded in July 2011 with a final European leg, composed mostly of headlining UK dates, as well as a few festival appearances in such festivals as T in the Park and Oxegen.[1]

Set list[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Warm up dates
April 10, 2010 West Hollywood, California United States The Roxy
April 28, 2010 Melbourne Australia Palace Theatre
May 21, 2010 Walker, Minnesota United States Northern Lights Casino
May 22, 2010 Atlantic City, New Jersey Borgata Hotel and Casino
May 23, 2010 Columbus, Ohio Rock on the Range
Europe Leg #1
May 30, 2010 Landgraaf Netherlands Pinkpop Festival
May 31, 2010 Amsterdam Paradiso
June 2, 2010 Copenhagen Denmark Copenhagen Live
June 4, 2010 Nürburg Germany Rock am Ring
June 5, 2010 Nuremberg Rock im Park
June 7, 2010 Berlin Huxley's Neue Welt
June 8, 2010 Prague Czech Republic Tesla Arena
June 10, 2010 Milan Italy PalaSharp
June 11, 2010 Nickelsdorf Austria Nova Rock Festival
June 13, 2010 Donington Park England Download Festival
June 16, 2010 Zürich Switzerland X-tra
June 18, 2010[A] Saint-Denis France Stade de France
June 19, 2010 Clisson Hellfest Summer Open Air
June 20, 2010 Paris Bataclan
June 22, 2010 Porto Portugal Coliseu do Porto
June 23, 2010 Lisbon Coliseu dos Recreios
June 25, 2010 Vitoria-Gasteiz Spain Azkena Rock Festival
June 26, 2010 Dessel Belgium Graspop Metal Meeting
June 27, 2010 Pilton England Glastonbury Festival
June 29, 2010 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
June 30, 2010 Belfast Northern Ireland Mandela Hall
July 1, 2010 Edinburgh Scotland HMV Picture House
July 3, 2010 Manchester England Manchester Academy
July 4, 2010 London Wireless Festival
July 5, 2010 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg Rockhal
July 6, 2010 Berlin Germany Huxley's Neue Welt
July 8, 2010 Kvinesdal Norway Norway Rock Festival
July 10, 2010 Gävle Sweden Getaway Rock Festival
July 11, 2010 Turku Finland Ruisrock
July 14, 2010 Moscow Russia Moscow Arena
July 15, 2010 Saint Petersburg GlavClub
Asia Leg #1
July 29, 2010 Hong Kong Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Expo
July 31, 2010 Surabaya Indonesia Jatim Expo
August 2, 2010 Singapore Singapore Fort Canning
August 3, 2010 Jakarta Indonesia Bung Karno Stadium
August 5, 2010 Petaling Jaya Malaysia Sunway Lagoon
August 7, 2010 Osaka Japan Summer Sonic Festival
August 8, 2010 Tokyo
Oceania Leg #1
August 11, 2010 West Melbourne Australia Festival Hall
August 12, 2010 Brisbane Tivoli Theatre
August 14, 2010 New Plymouth New Zealand G-TARanaki Guitar Festival
August 16, 2010 Sydney Australia Hordern Pavilion
North America Leg #1
August 28, 2010 Los Angeles United States Sunset Strip Music Festival
August 29, 2010 San Francisco The Warfield
August 31, 2010 Aspen, Colorado Belly Up
September 1, 2010 Denver Ogden Theater
September 2, 2010 Kansas City, Missouri Voodoo Lounge
September 5, 2010 Milwaukee Pabst Theater
September 6, 2010 Clear Lake, Iowa Surf Ballroom
September 8, 2010[B] Chicago Riviera Theatre
September 9, 2010[B] Windsor, Ontario Canada Caesars Windsor
September 10, 2010[B] Toronto Kool Haus
September 11, 2010 Belleville, Ontario Empire Theater
September 14, 2010 New York City United States Terminal 5
September 15, 2010 Boston House of Blues
September 17, 2010 Atlantic City, New Jersey The Music Box at the Borgata
September 18, 2010 Norfolk, Virginia The NorVa
September 20, 2010 Atlanta Center Stage
September 22, 2010 Council Bluffs, Iowa Harrah's Council Bluffs
September 23, 2010 Medina, Minnesota Medina Entertainment Center
September 24, 2010 Winnipeg Canada Burton Cummings Theatre
September 25, 2010 Saskatoon Odeon Events Center
September 27, 2010 Calgary Stampede Corral
September 28, 2010 Edmonton Edmonton Expo Centre
September 30, 2010 Vancouver Commodore Ballroom
October 1, 2010
October 2, 2010 Seattle United States Showbox at the Market
October 4, 2010 Reno, Nevada Grand Sierra Resort
October 5, 2010 Los Angeles House of Blues
October 6, 2010
North America Leg #2
January 16, 2011[C] Omaha, Nebraska United States Qwest Center
January 18, 2011[C] Houston Toyota Center
January 20, 2011[C] Dallas American Airlines Center
January 21, 2011 Wichita, Kansas Cotillion Ballroom
January 22, 2011[C] Kansas City, Missouri Sprint Center
January 24, 2011[C] San Antonio AT&T Center
January 25, 2011 El Paso, Texas Speaking Rock Entertainment Center
January 26, 2011[C] Phoenix, Arizona Comerica Theatre
January 28, 2011[C] Paradise, Nevada Mandalay Bay Events Center
January 29, 2011 Salt Lake City The Depot
February 1, 2011[C] Los Angeles, California Gibson Amphitheatre
February 3, 2011[C] San Jose, California HP Pavilion at San Jose
February 4, 2011 Grand Ronde, Oregon Spirit Mountain Casino
February 5, 2011[C] Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome
February 8, 2011[C] Denver, Colorado Pepsi Center
February 10, 2011[C] Tulsa, Oklahoma BOK Center
February 12, 2011[C] Auburn Hills, Michigan The Palace of Auburn Hills
February 13, 2011 Chicago, Illinois House of Blues
February 14, 2011[C] Moline, Illinois iWireless Center
February 16, 2011[C] Nashville, Tennessee Bridgestone Arena
February 17, 2011 Charlotte, North Carolina The Fillmore Charlotte
February 18, 2011[C] Tampa, Florida St. Pete Times Forum
February 20, 2011[C] Sunrise, Florida BankAtlantic Center
February 22, 2011[C] Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Oceania Leg #2
February 26, 2011 Brisbane Australia Soundwave Festival
February 27, 2011 Sydney
March 2, 2011 Brisbane Tivoli Theatre
March 4, 2011 Melbourne Soundwave Festival
March 5, 2011 Adelaide
March 7, 2011 Perth
Asia Leg #2
March 10, 2011 Bangkok Thailand Impact Exhibition Hall 2
March 12, 2011 Singapore Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
March 14, 2011 Osaka Japan Namba Hatch
March 20, 2011 Seoul South Korea Ax-Korea Hall
March 22, 2011 Hong Kong Hong Kong International Trade And Exhibition Centre Star Hall
Latin America
March 26, 2011 Mexico City Mexico José Cuervo Salón
March 27, 2011
March 28, 2011
March 31, 2011 Caracas Venezuela Anfiteatro del Centro Sambil
April 2, 2011 Bogotá Colombia Palacio de los Deportes
April 4, 2011 Santiago Chile Teatro Caupolicán
April 6, 2011 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Vivo Rio
April 7, 2011 São Paulo HSBC Hall
April 8, 2011 Curitiba Master Hall
April 10, 2011 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Malvinas Argentinas
April 11, 2011 Teatro Colegiales
April 12, 2011 Córdoba Orfeo Superdomo
Europe Leg #2
July 9, 2011 Kinross Scotland T in the Park
July 10, 2011 Naas Ireland Oxegen Festival
July 12, 2011 Paris France Le Zénith
July 13, 2011 Zurich Switzerland Komplex 457
July 15, 2011 Madrid Spain Sonisphere Festival
July 16, 2011 Lisbon Portugal Super Bock Super Rock
July 17, 2011 Bilbao Spain Rockstar Live
July 20, 2011 Birmingham England O2 Academy Birmingham
July 21, 2011 Manchester Manchester Apollo
July 23, 2011 London High Voltage Festival
July 24, 2011 Stoke-on-Trent Victoria Hall
July 25, 2011 Leeds O2 Academy Leeds
July 28, 2011 Milan Italy Arena Civica
July 29, 2011 Rome Ippodromo delle Capannelle
July 31, 2011 Belgrade Serbia Belgrade Arena

Support acts[edit]

Personnel[edit]

Substitute musicians
  • Tony Montana – bass, backing vocals (Oceania Leg #1 & Asia Leg #1)
Additional personnel
  • Andrew Stockdale – lead vocals on "By the Sword" and "Woman" (April 10–28, 2010; March 2, 2011)
  • Lemmy – lead vocals, bass on "Ace of Spades" and "Doctor Alibi" (April 8, 2010; June 13, 2010; October 6, 2010; April 11, 2011)
  • Dave Grohl – drums on "Ace of Spades" (April 8, 2010)
  • Angry Anderson – lead vocals on "Nice Boys" (April 28, 2010; August 16, 2010)
  • Alice Cooper – lead vocals on "School's Out" (June 20, 2010)
  • Michael Monroe – lead vocals on "We're All Gonna Die" and "Up Around the Bend" (July 11, 2010; August 7, 2010)
  • Koshi Inaba – lead vocals on "Sahara" (August 8, 2010)
  • Fergie – lead vocals on "Beautiful Dangerous", "Barracuda" and "Paradise City" (August 28, 2010; July 10, 2011)
  • Rick Nielsen – lead guitar on "Ain't That a Shame" (February 13, 2011)
  • Brad Whitford – rhythm guitar on "Walkin' the Dog" (February 17, 2011)

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Slash was hustled by a fan in Milan on June 10.
  • Slash played with the Marshall AFD100 for the first time on stage on June 20 in Paris.[2]
  • Brent Fitz played bass and John Douglas played drums for two gigs in Russia.
  • Tokyo and Yokohama shows were cancelled due to tsunami in Japan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.facebook.com/Slash/posts/10150209527852439
  2. ^ "Slash Solo Tour 2010–2011 on SlashParadise". www.slashparadise.com. November 26, 2012.