Talk:Into the Millennium Tour

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Conflicting information[edit]

There is a lot of conflicted information regarding the number of shows this tour ran, as some articles/lists are from the initial announced dates, others are from after the sales when shows were added, others are from later when shows were cancelled or re-scheduled, etc.

The 115 shows in 84 cities seems like the most credible number, as it dates from after the end of the last leg of the tour (it would be official by then), but it's not the most reputable source (a less well-known site, so it's unclear where their info might come from).

Most sources I find cite 19 cities (with another one cancelled) for the final leg, though the number of shows is debated. The most I find is 23 shows (with another cancelled).

The most reliable source (in my opinion) lists 56 dates for the first NA leg in 39 cities; the 39-city number seems supported by that being listed as the number of cities initially offered, while the number of concerts is what's really debated.

But with 19 cities in the 2nd leg (I should note that 7 of them were played on the first leg, so assuming 12 new cities) - plus 39 from the first NA leg, leaves 33 cities as a possible number for the European leg.

One source says the Euro leg was 42-city, but that seems unsupported- they might have meant 42-show. I found no one good source on how many shows or cities the European leg was. TheHYPO (talk) 07:26, 19 May 2008 (UTC)

A picture[edit]

We need a picture from this tour, this was a huge tour. I think an overview of the venue with the stage in the middle would be good to illustrate how big it was. Unfortunately I can't find any royalty free image of it, would a screenshot from Burger King For the Fans DVD or from The One music video be okay? I was looking at this picture from Westlife http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:WestlifeBackHomeTour.jpg it's a screenshot from a DVD too so I think it's okay? Krystaleen (talk) 13:14, 19 June 2012 (UTC)

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