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Keep the Faith Tour

Keep the Faith Tour
Tour by Bon Jovi
Start date February 8, 1993
End date June 17, 1993
Legs 3
Shows 42 in Europe
28 in North America
10 in Asia
80 in Total
Bon Jovi tour chronology
New Jersey Syndicate Tour
(1988-1990)
Keep the Faith Tour
(1993)
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Tour
(1993)

The Keep the Faith Tour was a concert tour by American hard rock band Bon Jovi that ran during the first half of 1993. The tour was put on in support of the band's multi-platinum 1992 album Keep the Faith. The concert tour was extended and changed name to the I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Tour at the end of June 1993.

Personnel

Set List

A typical set list of the tour held approximately 18 songs, similar to the one listed below.

  1. I Believe
  2. Wild In The Streets
  3. You Give Love a Bad Name
  4. Born to Be My Baby
  5. Can't Help Falling in Love
  6. Bed of Roses
  7. Keep the Faith
  8. I'd Die for You
  9. Dry County
  10. Blaze of Glory
  11. Lay Your Hands on Me
  12. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
  13. Blood on Blood
  14. Bad Medicine
  15. Shout
  16. Wanted Dead or Alive
  17. In These Arms
  18. Livin' on a Prayer

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America
February 8, 1993 Quebec City, Quebec Canada Colisée Pepsi
February 10, 1993 Toronto, Ontario Maple Leaf Gardens
February 13, 1993 Portland, Maine United States Cumberland County Civic Center
February 15, 1993 Binghamton, New York Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
February 16, 1993 Albany, New York Knickerbocker Arena
February 18, 1993 Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Civic Center
February 19, 1993 Worchester, Massachusetts Worcester Centrum
February 20, 1993 East Rutherford, New Jersey Brendan Byrne Arena
February 22, 1993 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Spectrum
February 24, 1993 Montreal, Quebec Canada Montreal Forum
February 25, 1993 Toronto, Ontario Maple Leaf Gardens
February 26, 1993 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States Civic Arena
February 27, 1993 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre
March 1, 1993 Kalamazoo, Michigan Wings Stadium
March 2, 1993 Detroit, Michigan Joe Louis Arena
March 4, 1993 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Center
March 5, 1993 Rosemont, Illinois Rosemont Horizon
March 6, 1993 Indianapolis, Indiana Market Square Arena
March 7, 1993 Knoxville, Tennessee Thompson–Boling Arena
March 11, 1993 Phoenix, Arizona America West Arena
March 12, 1993 Inglewood, California Great Western Forum
March 14, 1993 Oakland, California Oakland Arena
March 19, 1993 Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome
March 20, 1993 Madison, Wisconsin Dane County Coliseum
March 22, 1993 Columbus, Ohio Battelle Hall
March 23, 1993 Nashville, Tennessee Nashville Municipal Auditorium
March 25, 1993 Tampa, Florida Sun Dome
March 26, 1993 Orlando, Florida Orlando Arena
Europe
March 31, 1993 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
April 1, 1993 Berlin Waldbuhne
April 2, 1993 Dortmund Westfalenhallen
April 4, 1993 Munich Olympiahalle
April 5, 1993 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
April 6, 1993 Milan Italy Forum
April 7, 1993 Lyon France Palais des Sports
April 9, 1993 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
April 10, 1993 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
April 12, 1993 Copenhagen Denmark K.B. Hallen
April 14, 1993 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Ice Hall
April 16, 1993 Gothenburg Sweden Scandinavium
April 17, 1993 Stockholm Globe Arena
April 18, 1993
April 19, 1993 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
April 21, 1993 Hanover Germany Eilenriedhalle
April 22, 1993 Brussels Belgium Forest National
April 23, 1993 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
April 25, 1993 Nuremberg Germany Hammerleinhalle
April 26, 1993 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
April 27, 1993 Stuttgart Schleyerhalle
April 28, 1993 Lausanne Switzerland CIG de Malley
April 30, 1993 Madrid Spain Palacio de los Deportes
May 1, 1993 San Sebastián Velódromo de Anoeta
May 2, 1993 Deportes Arena
May 3, 1993 Barcelona Palacio de los Deportes
May 4, 1993 Toulouse France Palais des Sports
May 5, 1993 Bordeaux Grand Park
May 6, 1993 Paris Le Zénith
May 7, 1993
May 8, 1993 Essen Germany Grugahalle
May 10, 1993 Birmingham England NEC Arena
May 11, 1993
May 12, 1993
May 14, 1993 London Wembley Arena
May 15, 1993
May 16, 1993[1]
May 18, 1993
May 19, 1993 Glasgow Scotland S.E.C.C. Arena
May 21, 1993 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena
May 22, 1993 Belfast Northern Ireland King's Hall
May 27, 1993 Bremen Germany Stadthalle Bremen
Asia
June 3, 1993 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome
June 4, 1993
June 6, 1993
June 7, 1993
June 9, 1993 Osaka Osaka Castle Hall
June 10, 1993
June 12, 1993 Hiroshima Hiroshima Dome
June 13, 1993 Nagoya Rainbow Hall
June 16, 1993 Maebashi Maebashi Dome
June 17, 1993 Yokohama Yokohama Stadium

Box office score data

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Hartford Civic Center Hartford 7,429 / 11,807[2] $174,248
Centrum In Worchester Worchester 9,206 / 10,694[2] $192,033
Meadowlands Arena East Rutherford 19,681 / 19,681[2] $442,310
Montreal Forum Montreal 12,529 / 12,529[3] $268,568
Civic Arena Pittsburgh 9,653 / 10,500[3] $194,584

I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Tour

While the Keep the Faith Tour ended in Japan in June 1993, the band continued to tour the world with the I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Tour. Under the new tour, the band visited Australia and South America, as well as revisiting North America, Asia and Europe in the same year. The band played 172 shows during 1993, under both the Keep the Faith Tour and I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Tour.

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