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Per4ming Live 3121

Per4ming Live 3121
Revue concert by Prince
Venue Club 3121
Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
Associated album 3121
Date(s) November 10, 2006 – April 28, 2007
Prince concert chronology

Per4ming Live 3121
(2006–07)
21 Nights in London
(2007)

Per4ming Live 3121 is a revue by American musician Prince. Prince opened a nightclub in Paradise, Nevada called Club 3121. He played there until April 2007 when his contract with Rio ended. The supporting album for this tour is 3121.[1][2]

Set list

Setlist of November 11, 2006[3]

  1. "Spirituality"
  2. "Johnny B. Goode" (Chuck Berry cover)
  3. "Lolita"
  4. "Black Sweat"
  5. "Kiss"
  6. "Shhh"
  7. "Musicology" (includes "Tighten Up" interpolation)
  8. "Cream"
  9. "U Got the Look"
  10. "Joy in Repetition"
  11. "17 Days" (performed by Twinz)
  12. "7" (includes "Never Going Back Again" and "The Song of the Heart" interpolations)
  13. "Anotherloverholenyohead" (includes "Rock Lobster" [instrumental] coda)
  14. "If I Was Your Girlfriend"
  15. "Pink Cashmere" (includes "One Kiss at a Time" interpolation)

Encore

  1. "Fury"
  2. "Purple Rain"
  3. "Let's Go Crazy"

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