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No Security Tour

No Security Tour '99
Tour by The Rolling Stones
Associated album No Security
Start date 25 January 1999 (1999-01-25)
End date 20 June 1999 (1999-06-20)
Legs 2
Number of shows
  • 34 in North America
  • 9 in Europe
  • 43 total
Box office US$88.5 million ($125.29 in 2016 dollars)[1]
The Rolling Stones concert chronology

The No Security Tour was a Rolling Stones concert tour to promote the concert album No Security. The tour spanned over 40 shows in North America and Europe in 1999 and grossed $88.5 million from over a million tickets sold.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Set list 2
  • Shows 3
  • Personnel 4
    • The Rolling Stones 4.1
    • Additional musicians 4.2
  • Notes 5
  • References 6

History

They decided to do a tour with crowds less than 20,000 after the worldwide enormous Bridges to Babylon Tour with crowds of up to 100,000. The band insisted on smaller venues, with fewer special effects, concentrating on the music and band. The tour supported their new album No Security - a live album of Bridges to Babylon Tour recordings. After rehearsing for twelve days in San Francisco, the No Security Tour began on 26 January 1999 at the Oakland Arena in Oakland, California.

Set list

This set list is representative of the performance in Washington D.C. on 7 March 1999. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.[2]

  1. "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
  2. "Live with Me"
  3. "Respectable"
  4. "You Got Me Rocking"
  5. "Honky Tonk Women"
  6. "Saint of Me"
  7. "Some Girls"
  8. "Paint It Black"
  9. "You Got the Silver"
  10. "Before They Make Me Run"
  11. "Out of Control"
  12. "Route 66"
  13. "When the Whip Comes Down"
  14. "Tumbling Dice"
  15. "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)"
  16. "Start Me Up"
  17. "Brown Sugar"
  18. "Sympathy for the Devil"

Shows

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue
North America[3]
26 January 1999 Oakland United States Oakland Arena Bryan Adams 17,864 / 17,864 $2,042,421
27 January 1999 Sacramento ARCO Arena 27,820 / 27,820 $2,892,416
2 February 1999 Denver McNichols Sports Arena 16,722 / 16,722 $1,782,803
4 February 1999 Salt Lake City Delta Center 16,579 / 16,579 $1,753,807
6 February 1999 Sacramento ARCO Arena [1] [1]
9 February 1999 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond 32,827 / 32,827 $4,095,681
11 February 1999
15 February 1999 Minneapolis Target Center Jonny Lang 15,352 / 15,352 $1,622,103
17 February 1999 Fargo Fargodome 21,970 / 21,970 $1,510,183
19 February 1999 Milwaukee Bradley Center Wide Mouth Mason 17,222 / 17,222 $1,749,164
22 February 1999 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 19,570 / 19,570 $2,283,946
25 February 1999 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre Big Sugar 17,236 / 17,236 $1,723,445
3 March 1999 Tampa United States Ice Palace The Flys 19,470 / 19,470 $1,799,677
5 March 1999 Sunrise National Car Rental Center 19,085 / 19,085 $2,233,231
7 March 1999 Washington, D.C. MCI Center The Corrs 35,713 / 35,713 $3,980,893
8 March 1999
11 March 1999 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Civic Arena 16,717 / 16,717 $1,780,667
15 March 1999 Philadelphia First Union Center 37,429 / 37,429 $4,293,584
17 March 1999
20 March 1999 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum Goo Goo Dolls 19,540 / 19,540 $2,000,081
22 March 1999 Boston Fleet Center 35,049 / 35,049 $4,403,159
23 March 1999
26 March 1999 Chicago United Center 19,030 / 19,030 $2,267,011
28 March 1999 Hartford Hartford Civic Center 31,200 / 31,200 $3,203,815
29 March 1999
1 April 1999 Cleveland Gund Arena Jonny Lang 20,086 / 20,086 $2,003,327
3 April 1999 Columbus Value City Arena 17,875 / 17,875 $1,772,318
6 April 1999 Kansas City Kemper Arena 17,446 / 17,446 $1,719,610
8 April 1999 Memphis The Pyramid 19,631 / 19,631 $1,530,439
10 April 1999 Oklahoma City Myriad Arena 14,091 / 14,091 $1,239,191
12 April 1999 Chicago United Center 18,941 / 18,941 $2,277,878
16 April 1999 Paradise MGM Grand Garden Arena Sugar Ray 12,566 / 12,566 $2,780,450
19 April 1999 San Jose San Jose Arena 32,943 / 32,943 $3,901,791
20 April 1999
Europe[4]
29 May 1999 Stuttgart Germany Cannstatter Wasen Ocean Colour Scene 65,197 / 65,197 $3,241,257
31 May 1999 Imst Austria Festivalgelaende Brennbichl Bryan Adams
Zucchero
47,447 / 47,447 $2,337,341
2 June 1999 Groningen Netherlands Drafbaan Stadspark Catatonia 75,000 / 75,000 $3,326,270
4 June 1999 Edinburgh Scotland Murrayfield Stadium Sheryl Crow 44,283 / 44,283 $2,108,748
6 June 1999 Sheffield England Don Valley Stadium 32,425 / 35,000 $1,499,331
11 June 1999 London Wembley Stadium 139,962 / 139,962 $7,174,154
12 June 1999
15 June 1999 Santiago de Compostela Spain Monte de Gozo 29,000
18 June 1999 Landgraaf Netherlands Megaland Landgraf Rowwen Heze 44,152 / 45,000 $2,001,886
20 June 1999 Cologne Germany Müngersdorfer Stadion BAP 39,746 / 45,000 $2,162,759
Total 1,078,186 / 1,086,863 $88,494,837

Personnel

The Rolling Stones

Additional musicians

Notes

  1. ^ a b The score data is representative of the both shows in Sacramento, California at the ARCO Arena on 27 January and 6 February respectively.

References

  1. ^ Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–2014. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Retrieved 27 February 2014.
  2. ^ Gene Collier (11 March 1999). "Stones' song list is set for the blues".  
  3. ^ North America box score:
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (8): 12. 20 February 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (10): 20. 6 March 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (12): 16. 20 March 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (13): 16. 27 March 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (14): 16. 3 April 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (15): 14. 10 April 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (16): 12. 17 April 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (17): 14. 24 April 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (18): 16. 1 May 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (19): 14. 8 May 1999.  
  4. ^ Europe box score:
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (25): 14. 19 June 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (26): 16. 26 June 1999.  
    • "Billboard Boxscore — Concert Grosses". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media, Inc.) 111 (27): 18. 3 July 1999.  
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