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The Rolling Stones European Tour 1982

The Rolling Stones European Tour 1982
Tour by The Rolling Stones
Associated album Tattoo You
Start date 26 May 1982
End date 25 July 1982
Legs 1
Shows 32
The Rolling Stones concert chronology
American Tour 1981 European Tour 1982 Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour

The Rolling Stones' European Tour 1982 was a concert tour of Europe to promote the album Tattoo You. It was in effect the European continuation of their long and successful 1981 US tour, and promoted by Bill Graham. It was during the Berlin concert on 8 June 1982 that thousands of balloons were released, inspiring a member of the audience, the guitarist Carlo Karges from the Nena (band) to write the song 99 Luftballons, which became a worldwide hit.[1] The tour was the last Stones would conduct for seven years.

Tour band

Additional musicians

Opening acts

Tour set list

The show set lists usually ran like this:

  1. "Under My Thumb"
  2. "When the Whip Comes Down"
  3. "Let's Spend the Night Together"
  4. "Shattered"
  5. "Neighbours"
  6. "Black Limousine"
  7. "Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)"
  8. "Twenty Flight Rock"
  9. "Going to a Go-Go"
  10. "Chantilly Lace"
  11. "Let Me Go"
  12. "Time Is on My Side"
  13. "Beast of Burden"
  14. "Let It Bleed"
  15. "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
  16. "Little T&A"
  17. "Tumbling Dice"
  18. "She's So Cold"
  19. "Hang Fire"
  20. "Miss You"
  21. "Honky Tonk Women"
  22. "Brown Sugar"
  23. "Start Me Up"
  24. "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
  25. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"

By July 1982 "Chantilly Lace" and "Let It Bleed" were dropped and past hit ballad "Angie" soon took their place.

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Pre Tour Concerts
26 May 1982 Aberdeen Scotland Capitol Theatre
27 May 1982 Glasgow Apollo Theatre
28 May 1982 Edinburgh Playhouse
31 May 1982 London England 100 Club
Europe 1982
2 June 1982 Rotterdam Netherlands Feyenoord Stadion
4 June 1982
5 June 1982
6 June 1982 Hannover Germany Niedersachsenstadion
7 June 1982
8 June 1982 Berlin Waldbühne
10 June 1982 Munich Olympiastadion
11 June 1982
13 June 1982 Paris France Hippodrome d'Auteuil
14 June 1982
16 June 1982 Lyon Stade Gerland
19 June 1982 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi Stadium
20 June 1982
23 June 1982 Newcastle upon Tyne England St James' Park
25 June 1982 London Wembley Stadium
26 June 1982
27 June 1982 Bristol Ashton Gate stadium
29 June 1982 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle
30 June 1982
1 July 1982
3 July 1982 Vienna Austria Praterstadion
4 July 1982 Cologne Germany Müngersdorfer Stadion
5 July 1982
7 July 1982 Madrid Spain Estadio Vincente Calderon
8 July 1982
11 July 1982 Turin Italy Stadio Comunale
12 July 1982
15 July 1982 Basel Switzerland St. Jakob Stadion
17 July 1982 Naples Italy Stadio San Paolo
20 July 1982 Nice France Parc Des Sports De L’Ouest
24 July 1982 Slane Ireland Slane Castle Festival
25 July 1982 Leeds England Roundhay Park

See also


  1. ^ "My name is Nena" article written by Nena (page 5 of the Berlin Times (a supplement of the Atlantic Times), 2 November 2014)
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