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In Blue Tour

In Blue Tour
Tour by The Corrs
Associated album In Blue
Start date 31 October 2000
End date 25 October 2001
Legs 10
Shows 41 in Europe
9 in Asia
8 in North America
8 in Oceania
66 Total
The Corrs tour chronology
Talk on Corners World Tour
In Blue Tour
Borrowed Heaven tour

The In Blue World Tour was the third world tour by the Irish family band The Corrs to support their number 1 Platinum Selling Album In Blue in 20 different Countries around the Globe. This Tour would be The Corrs last visit to Asia and Australia for more than 10 years. The tour was also the second time the band performed in Southeast Asia. Most Of The Shows on This tour started around 9 p.m and finished around 10:45 p.m this would be the longest show the band have done, taking in 20 to 21 songs and 2 to 4 encores.


Set list

Additional notes

  • "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" was added to the three of the London Shows in December.
  • Caroline's bodhran solo was cut from "Haste To The Wedding".
  • "Don't Say You Love Me" was performed acoustically.First ever performance at the tour's Philippine leg and was retained on the setlist for the remaining shows in Asia and Oceania.Last performed at the band's BBC Radio 2 concert at Riverside Studios in London,England recorded on 29 November 2001 and broadcast on 24 December 2001.

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
31 October 2000 Hamburg Germany Sporthalle
1 November 2000 Hanover Stadion Sporthalle
3 November 2000 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
4 November 2000 Paris France The Zenith
6 November 2000 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
7 November 2000 Milan Italy PalaVobis
9 November 2000 Düsseldorf Germany Philipshalle
10 November 2000 Brussels Belgium Forest National
12 November 2000 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle
13 November 2000 Berlin Internationales Congress Centrum Berlin
14 November 2000 Vienna Austria Stadthalle
16 November 2000 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
18 November 2000 Stockholm Sweden Globen
1 December 2000 Newcastle upon Tyne United Kingdom Telewest Arena
5 December 2000 Sheffield Hallam FM Arena
7 December 2000 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
10 December 2000 Birmingham National Exhibition Centre
11 December 2000
North America
14 December 2000 Raleigh United States N/A
15 December 2000 St. Petersburg Mahaffey Theater
20 December 2000 London United Kingdom Wembley Arena
21 December 2000
22 December 2000
8 January 2001 Newcastle upon Tyne Telewest Arena
9 January 2001 Birmingham National Exhibition Centre
10 January 2001
12 January 2001
13 January 2001
15 January 2001 Exeter Westpoint Arena
16 January 2001
18 January 2001 Glasgow Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
19 January 2001
North America[4]
14 March 2001 Chicago United States The Vic Theater
16 March 2001 New York City Radio City Music Hall
24 March 2001 Sunrise National Car Rental Center [A]
26 March 2001
1 April 2001 Sheffield United Kingdom Hallam FM Arena
2 April 2001
4 April 2001 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
5 April 2001
6 April 2001 Aberdeen Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
7 April 2001 Flanders Netherlands Nokia TMF Awards
8 April 2001 Birmingham United Kingdom National Exhibition Centre
9 April 2001 Nottingham Nottingham Arena
11 April 2001 Newcastle upon Tyne Telewest Arena
29 April 2001 London Trafalgar Square [B]
North America
1 June 2001 Uniondale United States Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum [C]
2 June 2001 Mansfield Boston Tweeter Center
28 August 2001 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Center [D]
30 August 2001 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
1 September 2001 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
20 September 2001 Osaka Japan Kousei Nenkin Dai Hall
22 September 2001 Tokyo Tokyo International Forum
23 September 2001
27 September 2001 Hong Kong China Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
29 September 2001 Quezon City Philippines Araneta Coliseum
30 September 2001
3 October 2001 Jakarta Indonesia Jakarta Convention Center
6 October 2001 Singapore Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
7 October 2001 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Bukit Jalil Stadium
11 October 2001 Sydney Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre
12 October 2001
14 October 2001 Auckland New Zealand North Harbour Stadium
16 October 2001 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena
17 October 2001
25 October 2001 London United Kingdom Royal Albert Hall

Music festivals and other miscellaneous performances

A The band Opened for U2 at both Sunrise dates.
B This show was part of the South Africa's 'Freedom Day'.
C This show was part of the 2001 Z100 Zootopia.
D This show was part of the Goodwill Games.

Cancellations and rescheduled shows

  • Andrea Corr got an ear infection after a concert in Glasgow. Doctors told her that she must have two weeks of complete rest to recover, and that performing could cause permanent damage. Group member and Corr sibling Jim said in a press release, "This is the first time in our career that we've had to pull shows. We are really sorry to disappoint fans, and look forward to making it up to them."[6]
  • 29 Jan 2001 London, United Kingdom The Royal Albert Hall not rescheduled.
  • 6 Apr 2001 Aberdeen, United Kingdom Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre Originally Scheduled for 21 Jan 2001
  • 11 Apr 2001 Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom Telewest Arena Originally Scheduled for 22 Jan 2001
  • 1 Apr 2001 Sheffield, United Kingdom Sheffield Arena Originally Scheduled for 24 Jan 2001
  • 9 Apr 2001 Nottingham, United Kingdom Nottingham Arena Originally Scheduled for 25 Jan 2001
  • 4 Apr 2001 Manchester, United Kingdom M.E.N. Arena Originally Scheduled for 27 Jan 2001
  • 5 Apr 2001 Manchester, United Kingdom M.E.N. Arena Originally Scheduled for 28 Jan 2001
  • The Band were also scheduled to perform in Asia and Australia in early February 2001 but later pushed the dates back to September, October.

Broadcasts and recordings


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