The Magic Summer Tour

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Magic Summer Tour
Tour by New Kids on the Block
Associated albumStep by Step
No More Games (The Remix Album)
Start dateApril 25, 1990
End dateFebruary 21, 1992
Legs9
No. of shows61 in Europe
140 in North America
13 in Asia
6 in Australasia
220 total
New Kids on the Block concert chronology

The Magic Summer Tour[1] was the second major concert tour by American boy band, the New Kids on the Block. The tour supported their fourth studio album, Step by Step (1990) and their first compilation album, No More Games (The Remix Album) (1990).

The tour began only one month after their previous concluded. After the summer leg ended, the tour shifted gears and was renamed the "No More Games Tour"[2], following the announcement of their remix album. Lasting 22 months, the group played over 200 concerts in Europe, North America, Asia, and Australasia.

Background[edit]

The 1990 summer tour was sponsored by Coca-Cola[3] and tied into its "Magic Summer '90" campaign that included the infamous MagiCan.[4]

The tour was a commercial success. Both stints in North America landed the group in the top 10 tours in 1990 and 1991. In 1990, the group earned $74.1 million from 152 shows in North America[5] (25 of which were performed during their previous tour).

During an encore performance of "Hangin' Tough" at the end of the second concert held at Saratoga Springs on June 25, Donnie Wahlberg fell through a trap door while jumping off a raised platform.[6] He received scrapes and bruises to his chest, neck, and arms. After being hospitalized for a night, he spent a week recuperating, and the rest of the band continued the next few concerts as a four-piece act.

Opening acts[edit]

Setlist[edit]

The following setlist is not sourced. It may not be an accurate representation of the songs performed on the tour.

  1. "Call It What You Want"
  2. "My Favorite Girl"
  3. "Valentine Girl"
  4. "You Got It (The Right Stuff)"
  5. "Baby, I Believe in You"
  6. "Cover Girl"
  7. "Let's Try It Again"
  8. "Stay With Me Baby"
  9. "I Remember When" / "Angel" / "Please Don't Go Girl" / "Where Do I Go from Here?" (performed by Joey McIntyre)
  10. "Treat Me Right"
  11. "Never Gonna Fall in Love Again"
  12. "I'll Be Loving You (Forever)"
  13. "Games"
  14. "Tonight"
  15. "Step By Step"
  16. "This One's for the Children"
  17. "Hangin' Tough"

Tour dates[edit]

Magic Summer Tour
Date City Country Venue
Europe[7]
April 25, 1990 Edinburgh Scotland Edinburgh Playhouse
April 26, 1990 Manchester England Manchester Apollo
April 27, 1990 Whitley Bay Whitley Bay Ice Rink
April 28, 1990
April 29, 1990 Brighton Brighton Centre
May 3, 1990 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
May 4, 1990 Frankfurt Festhalle
May 5, 1990 Munich Olympiahalle
May 6, 1990 Essen Grugahalle
May 8, 1990 Birmingham England NEC Arena
May 9, 1990
May 11, 1990 London London Arena
May 12, 1990
May 13, 1990
North America[8]
June 23, 1990 Lake Placid United States Olympic Center Ice Rink
June 24, 1990 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Race Course
June 26, 1990 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
June 27, 1990
June 28, 1990 Hoffman Estates Poplar Creek Music Theater
June 29, 1990
June 30, 1990 East Troy Alpine Valley Music Theatre
July 1, 1990
July 4, 1990 Saint Paul Harriet Island
July 5, 1990 Bonner Springs Sandstone Center for the Performing Arts
July 6, 1990 Iowa City Carver–Hawkeye Arena
July 7, 1990 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center
July 8, 1990
July 10, 1990 Cincinnati Riverfront Stadium
July 11, 1990 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
July 12, 1990
July 13, 1990 Burgettstown Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater
July 14, 1990
July 17, 1990 Washington, D.C. RFK Stadium
July 20, 1990 East Rutherford Giants Stadium
July 21, 1990
July 22, 1990 Wantagh Jones Beach Marine Theater
July 23, 1990
July 26, 1990 Old Orchard Beach Seashore Performing Arts Center
July 27, 1990 Bristol Lake Compounce Amphitheater
July 28, 1990
July 29, 1990 Foxborough Foxboro Stadium
July 31, 1990
August 3, 1990 Toronto Canada CNE Grandstand
August 4, 1990 Montreal Olympic Stadium
August 5, 1990 Ottawa Lansdowne Park
August 8, 1990 Atlanta United States Bobby Dodd Stadium
August 9, 1990 Charlotte American Legion Memorial Stadium
August 10, 1990 Tallahassee Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center
August 11, 1990 St. Petersburg Florida Suncoast Dome
August 12, 1990 Miami Gardens Joe Robbie Stadium
August 14, 1990 Greenville Paladin Stadium
August 15, 1990 Winston-Salem Groves Stadium
August 16, 1990 Nashville Starwood Amphitheatre
August 17, 1990 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena
August 19, 1990 Irving Texas Stadium
August 20, 1990 Houston Astrodome
August 22, 1990 Pensacola Pensacola Civic Center
August 23, 1990 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome
August 24, 1990 Shreveport Independence Stadium
August 25, 1990 Jackson Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium
August 26, 1990 St. Louis Busch Stadium
August 28, 1990 Tulsa Skelly Stadium
August 30, 1990 Greenwood Village Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
September 2, 1990 Provo Marriott Center
September 5, 1990 Vancouver Canada BC Place
September 6, 1990 Seattle United States Kingdome
September 8, 1990 Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum
September 9, 1990 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
September 12, 1990 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre
September 13, 1990
September 14, 1990 Los Angeles Dodger Stadium
September 15, 1990 Las Vegas Thomas & Mack Center
September 16, 1990 Chandler Compton Terrace
No More Games Tour
Date City Country Venue
North America[9]
October 31, 1990 Calgary Canada Olympic Saddledome
November 2, 1990 Edmonton Northlands Coliseum
November 3, 1990 Saskatoon Saskatchewan Place
November 4, 1990 Winnipeg Winnipeg Arena
November 7, 1990 Indianapolis United States Market Square Arena
November 8, 1990 Champaign Assembly Hall
November 9, 1990 Milwaukee Bradley Center
November 10, 1990 Minneapolis Target Center
November 11, 1990 Ames Hilton Coliseum
November 14, 1990 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
November 15, 1990 Detroit Joe Louis Arena
November 16, 1990
November 17, 1990
November 18, 1990
November 20, 1990 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
November 21, 1990
November 23, 1990 Pittsburgh Civic Arena
November 24, 1990 Syracuse Carrier Dome
November 25, 1990 Richfield Township The Coliseum at Richfield
November 26, 1990
November 29, 1990 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
November 30, 1990 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena
December 1, 1990 Birmingham BJCC Coliseum
December 2, 1990 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum
December 6, 1990 Providence Providence Civic Center
December 7, 1990
December 8, 1990 Toronto Canada Skydome
December 9, 1990 Philadelphia United States Spectrum
December 10, 1990
December 11, 1990
December 13, 1990 Toronto Canada Skydome
December 14, 1990 Worcester United States The Centrum in Worcester
December 15, 1990
December 16, 1990
December 20, 1990 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
December 21, 1990
Asia
January 31, 1991 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome
February 1, 1991
February 3, 1991 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall
February 4, 1991 Nagoya Nagoya Rainbow Hall
North America[10]
February 10, 1991 Honolulu United States Blaisdell Arena
February 13, 1991 Tacoma Tacoma Dome
February 14, 1991 Portland Memorial Coliseum
February 16, 1991 Pullman Beasley Coliseum
February 17, 1991 Boise BSU Pavilion
February 19, 1991 Daly City Cow Palace
February 20, 1991 Fresno Selland Arena
February 22, 1991 Reno Lawlor Events Center
February 23, 1991 Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena
February 24, 1991
February 25, 1991 Sacramento ARCO Arena
March 1, 1991 El Paso UTEP Special Events Center
March 2, 1991 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum
March 3, 1991 Lubbock Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
March 6, 1991 Valley Center Britt Brown Arena
March 7, 1991
March 8, 1991 Oklahoma City MCC Arena
March 9, 1991 Little Rock Barton Coliseum
March 10, 1991 Shreveport Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
March 13, 1991 San Antonio Hemisfair Arena
March 14, 1991 Austin Frank Erwin Center
March 15, 1991 Houston The Summit
March 16, 1991 Baton Rouge Riverside Centroplex Arena
March 17, 1991 Biloxi Mississippi Coast Coliseum
March 20, 1991 Orlando Orlando Arena
March 21, 1991 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum
March 23, 1991 Auburn Beard–Eaves–Memorial Coliseum
March 24, 1991 Huntsville Von Braun Civic Center Arena
March 27, 1991 Louisville Freedom Hall
March 28, 1991 Wheeling Wheeling Civic Center
March 29, 1991 Raleigh Reynolds Coliseum
March 30, 1991 Norfolk Norfolk Scope Arena
March 31, 1991
April 3, 1991 Peoria Peoria Civic Center Arena
April 4, 1991 Rockford Rockford MetroCentre
April 5, 1991 Columbia Hearnes Center
April 7, 1991 Notre Dame Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center
April 8, 1991 East Lansing Breslin Student Events Center
April 9, 1991 Detroit Joe Louis Arena
April 10, 1991 Ann Arbor Crisler Center
April 11, 1991 Kalamazoo Wings Stadium
April 13, 1991 Saginaw Wendler Arena
Europe[11]
April 23, 1991 Berlin Germany Deutschlandhalle
April 24, 1991 Bremen Stadthalle Bremen
April 26, 1991 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
April 27, 1991 Kiel Germany Ostseehalle
April 29, 1991 Forest Belgium Forest National
May 1, 1991 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
May 2, 1991 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
May 4, 1991 Frankfurt Festhalle
May 5, 1991 Nuremberg Frankenhalle
May 6, 1991 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
May 7, 1991 Mannheim Germany Eisstadion
May 8, 1991 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
May 11, 1991 Lahti Finland Lahti Stadium
May 12, 1991 Rotterdam Netherlands Sportpaleis van Ahoy
May 14, 1991 London England Wembley Arena
May 15, 1991
May 16, 1991
May 18, 1991
May 19, 1991
May 20, 1991
May 23, 1991 Birmingham NEC Arena
May 24, 1991
May 25, 1991
May 26, 1991
May 27, 1991
May 30, 1991 London Wembley Arena
May 31, 1991
June 1, 1991
November 1, 1991 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
November 2, 1991 Gothenburg Scandinavium
November 4, 1991 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Ice Hall
November 6, 1991 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
Novemner 7, 1991
November 11, 1991 Forest Belgium Forest National
November 12, 1991
November 16, 1991 Memmingen Germany Eissporthalle
November 22, 1991 Cologne Sporthalle Köln
November 23, 1991 Frankfurt Festhalle
November 25, 1991 Hanover Eilenriedehalle
November 30, 1991 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
December 2, 1991 Plymouth England Plymouth Pavilions
December 3, 1991 Bournemouth Windsor Hall
December 5, 1991 London Wembley Arena
December 6, 1991 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
December 8, 1991 Glasgow Scotland SECC Concert Hall 4
December 11, 1991 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
December 12, 1991
North America
January 15, 1992 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes
January 16, 1992
January 17, 1992
Australasia[12]
January 25, 1992 Auckland New Zealand Ericsson Stadium
January 28, 1992 Sydney Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre
January 29, 1992
February 1, 1992 Melbourne National Tennis Centre
February 4, 1992 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
February 6, 1992 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Asia[13]
February 8, 1992 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
February 9, 1992
February 11, 1992 Jakarta Indonesia Istora Senayan
February 12, 1992
February 13, 1992
February 15, 1992 Manila Philippines Rizal Memorial Stadium
February 17, 1992 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena
February 20, 1992 Yokohama Japan Yokohama Arena
February 21, 1992

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets sold / Available Gross revenue
Olympic Center Ice Rink Lake Placid 10,084 / 11,000 (92%) $196,638[14]
The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills 41,691 / 41,691 (100%) $771,284[15]
Alpine Valley Music Theatre East Troy 70,029 / 80,000 (88%) $1,395,607[15]
Harriet Island Saint Paul 29,611 / 29,611 (100%) $593,930[15]
Sandstone Center for the Performing Arts Bonner Springs 18,000 / 18,000 (100%) $355,282[15]
Riverfront Stadium Cincinnati 48,450 / 48,450 (100%) $1,102,420[16]
Giants Stadium East Rutherford 104,218 / 104,218 (100%) $2,542,125[17]
Jones Beach Marine Theater Wantagh 20,200 / 20,200 (100%) $575,700[17]
Seashore Performing Arts Center Old Orchard Beach 15,000 / 15,000 (100%) $360,000[17]
Lake Compounce Amphitheater Bristol 40,000 / 40,000 (100%) $1,141,365[17]
Foxboro Stadium Foxboro 106,000 / 106,000 (100%) N/A
C.N.E Stadium Toronto 62,000 / 62,000 (100%) N/A
Olympic Stadium Montreal 57,000 / 57,000 (100%) N/A
Lansdowne Park Ottawa 30,000 / 30,000 (100%) N/A
Thompson–Boling Arena Knoxville 47,785 / 47,785 (100%) $1,112,290[18][19]
American Legion Memorial Stadium Charlotte 27,268 / 27,268 (100%) $661,100[20]
Florida Suncoast Dome St. Petersburg 47,150 / 50,000 (94%) N/A
Joe Robbie Stadium Miami Gardens 60,000 / 60,000 (100%) N/A
Paladin Stadium Greenville 27,328 / 27,328 (100%) $669,775[20]
Groves Stadium Winston-Salem 21,032 / 25,000 (84%) $491,300[20]
Astrodome Houston 45,898 / 45,898 (100%) $1,085,675[20]
Louisiana Superdome New Orleans 39,658 / 50,000 (79%) $752,280[20]
Independence Stadium Shreveport 26,727 / 26,727 (100%) $586,395[20]
Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium Jackson 35,101 / 35,101 (100%) $771,368[20]
Skelly Stadium Tulsa 30,523 / 30,523 (100%) $741,875[21]
Busch Stadium St. Louis 50,697 / 50,697 (100%) $1,143,675[22]
BC Place Vancouver 34,201 / 34,201 (100%) $859,733[22]
Kingdome Seattle 42,929 / 52,619 (82%) $1,015,300[23]
Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Oakland 54,267 / 54,267 (100%) $1,356,675[23]
Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View 20,000 / 20,000 (100%) $496,188[23]
Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas 14,189 / 14,189 (100%) $332,925[23]
Dodger Stadium Los Angeles 55,003 / 55,003 (100%) $1,276,825[24]
Pacific Amphitheatre Costa Mesa 37,637 / 37,637 (100%) $794,819[25]
Compton Terrace Chandler 22,886 / 22,886 (100%) $554,987[26]
Olympic Saddledome Calgary 29,251 / 34,958 (84%) $829,849[27]
Saskatchewan Place Saskatoon 13,612 / 13,612 (100%) $403,448[27]
Bradley Center Milwaukee 17,900 / 17,900 (100%) $437,850[28]
Market Square Arena Indianapolis 14,443 / 14,443 (100%) $361,075[29]
Assembly Hall Champaign 15,125 / 15,125 (100%) $378,125[29]
Target Center Minneapolis 16,216 / 16,216 (100%) $405,400[29]
Hilton Coliseum Ames 13,326 / 13,326 (100%) $333,150[29]
Joe Louis Arena Detroit 97,369 / 102,369 (95%) $2,434,225[29][30]
Rosemont Horizon Rosemont 17,423 / 17,423 (100%) $426,250[31]
Civic Arena Pittsburgh 16,566 / 16,566 (100%) $437,310[31]
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale 33,962 / 33,962 (100%) $804,800[19]
The Coliseum at Richfield Richfield Township 35,696 / 35,696 (100%) $892,400[19]
Carrier Dome Syracuse 37,997 / 37,997 (100%) $932,325[32]
Omni Coliseum Atlanta 12,729 / 16,000 (80%) $330,954[32]
Providence Civic Center Providence 29,000 / 29,000 (100%) $725,000[32]
Skydome Toronto 95,668 / 95,668 (100%) $2,433,467[33]
Spectrum Philadelphia 54,172 / 54,172 (100%) $1,422,387[33]
The Centrum in Worcester Worcester 40,377 / 40,377 (100%) $1,009,425[33]
BJCC Coliseum Birmingham 16,183 / 16,183 (100%) $404,575[34]
Beasley Coliseum Pullman 8,120 / 8,120 (100%) $195,020[35]
BSU Pavilion Boise 9,356 / 9,356 (100%) $226,104[35]
Blaisdell Arena Honolulu 8,212 / 8,212 (100%) $205,300[36]
Tacoma Dome Tacoma 20,654 / 20,654 (100%) $516,350[36]
Memorial Coliseum Portland 11,845 / 11,845 (100%) $296,125[36]
Cow Palace Daly City 10,121 / 13,000 (78%) $253,025[37]
Selland Arena Fresno 10,102 / 10,102 (100%) $242,837[37]
Lawlor Events Center Reno 9,283 / 11,000 (84%) $232,075[37]
Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena Oakland 28,520 / 28,520 (100%) $713,000[37]
ARCO Arena Sacramento 15,553 / 15,553 (100%) $388,825[37]
UTEP Special Events Center El Paso 11,371 / 11,371 (100%) $280,625[37]
Lubbock Municipal Coliseum Lubbock 8,371 / 8,371 (100%) $201,371[37]
Barton Coliseum Little Rock 8,917 / 8,917 (100%) $218,200[38]
Hirsch Memorial Coliseum Shreveport 8,701 / 8,701 (100%) $210,700[38]
Tingley Coliseum Albuquerque 9,851 / 9,851 (100%) $240,475[39]
Britt Brown Arena Valley Center 21,009 / 21,009 (100%) $518,029[39]
MCC Arena Oklahoma City 10,615 / 10,615 (100%) $265,375[39]
Hemisfair Arena San Antonio 14,134 / 14,134 (100%) $328,350[39]
Frank Erwin Center Austin 13,343 / 16,799 (79%) $322,050[39]
The Summit Houston 15,951 / 15,951 (100%) $386,300[39]
Riverside Centroplex Arena Baton Rouge 10,333 / 10,333 (100%) $250,075[40]
Mississippi Coast Coliseum Biloxi 10,143 / 10,143 (100%) $247,750[40]
Orlando Arena Orlando 14,068 / 14,068 (100%) $351,700[40]
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum Jacksonville 9,782 / 9,782 (100%) $244,550[40]
Beard–Eaves–Memorial Coliseum Auburn 11,229 / 11,229 (100%) $271,300[40]
Von Braun Civic Center Arena Huntsville 7,878 / 7,878 (100%) $192,475[41]
Reynolds Coliseum Raleigh 10,313 / 10,313 (100%) $245,750[41]
Norfolk Scope Arena Norfolk 20,032 / 20,032 (100%) $487,450[41]
Freedom Hall Louisville 15,449 / 15,449 (100%) $386,225[42]
Wheeling Civic Center Wheeling 7,634 / 7,634 (100%) $209,935[42]
Peoria Civic Center Arena Peoria 10,729 / 10,729 (100%) $268,225[42]
Rockford MetroCentre Rockford 9,062 / 9,062 (100%) $226,550[42]
Hearnes Center Columbia 7,806 / 7,806 (100%) $195,150[42]
Joyce Athletic & Convocation Center Notre Dame 10,523 / 10,523 (100%) $236,075[42]
Breslin Student Events Center East Lansing 13,154 / 13,154 (100%) $328,850[30]
Frankenhalle Nuremberg 8,222 / 8,222 (100%) $184,229[43]
Hallenstadion Zürich 12,791 / 12,791 (100%) $201,014[43]
Eisstadion Mannheim 7,944 / 7,944 (100%) $177,439[43]
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle Stuttgart 12,678 / 12,678 (100%) $276,390[43]
Westfalenhalle Dortmund 14,475 / 14,475 (100%) $303,092[43]
Lahti Stadium Lahti 29,997 / 29,997 (100%) $767,553[43]
Sportpaleis van Ahoy Rotterdam 11,045 / 11,045 (100%) $209,941[43]
Wembley Arena London 104,844 / 104,844 (100%) $2,618,304[43]
NEC Arena Birmingham 59,907 / 59,907 (100%) $1,619,883[43]
Palacio de los Deportes Mexico City 52,826 / 60,000 (88%) $1,408,081[44]
Sydney Entertainment Centre Sydney 18,603 / 21,588 (86%) $527,610[45]
TOTAL 2,589,073 / 2,656,149 (97%) $57,815,283

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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