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One Wild Night Tour

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One Wild Night Tour

One Wild Night Tour
Tour by Bon Jovi
Start date March 24, 2001
End date July 28, 2001
Legs 4
Shows 17 in Europe
31 in North America
5 in Asia
1 in Australia
54 in Total
Bon Jovi concert chronology
Crush Tour
One Wild Night Tour
Bounce Tour

The One Wild Night Tour was a worldwide concert tour by American rock band Bon Jovi. This tour was a follow up to the bands overwhelming success of their 2000 Crush Tour. The tour was renamed to the One Wild Night Tour after the band released their collection of live songs on an album entitled One Wild Night Live 1985–2001 in 2001.


Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
March 24, 2001 Melbourne Australia Etihad Stadium
March 28, 2001 Yokohama Japan Yokohama Arena
March 29, 2001
March 31, 2001 Osaka Osaka Dome
April 3, 2001 Nagoya Nagoya Dome
April 5, 2001 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
North America
April 18, 2001 Phoenix, Arizona United States Desert Sky Pavilion
April 20, 2001 Anaheim, California Arrowhead Pond
April 21, 2001 Paradise, Nevada MGM Grand Garden Arena
April 23, 2001 San Jose, California San Jose Arena
April 25, 2001 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol
April 28, 2001 Salt Lake City, Utah United States Delta Center
April 30, 2001 Denver, Colorado Pepsi Center
May 2, 2001 Dallas, Texas Smirnoff Music Centre
May 4, 2001 Columbus, Ohio Value City Arena
May 5, 2001 Cleveland, Ohio Gund Arena
May 8, 2001 Grand Rapids, Michigan Van Andel Arena
May 10, 2001 Raleigh, North Carolina Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
May 11, 2001 Atlanta, Georgia Philips Arena
May 13, 2001 Washington, D.C. MCI Center
May 15, 2001 Greenville, South Carolina BI-LO Center
May 17, 2001 Ottawa, Ontario Canada Corel Centre
May 19, 2001 Quebec City, Quebec Colisée Pepsi
May 20, 2001 Albany, New York United States Pepsi Arena
May 31, 2001 Stockholm Sweden Stockholms Stadion
June 3, 2001 Werchter Belgium Werchter Open Air Park
June 5, 2001 Amsterdam Netherlands Amsterdam Arena
June 6, 2001
June 8, 2001 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park
June 10, 2001 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena
June 13, 2001 Huddersfield England Galpharm Stadium
June 16, 2001 Milton Keynes National Bowl
June 17, 2001 Cardiff Wales Millennium Stadium
June 19, 2001 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
June 20, 2001 Cologne Germany RheinEnergieStadion
June 22, 2001 Stuttgart Cannstatter Wasen
June 24, 2001 Hamburg Trabrennbahn Bahrenfeld
June 26, 2001 Zurich Switzerland Letzigrund
June 27, 2001 Padua Italy Stadio Euganeo
June 29, 2001 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
June 30, 2001 Munich Germany Olympiastadion
North America
July 8, 2001 Milwaukee, Wisconsin United States Marcus Amphitheater
July 9, 2001 Minneapolis, Minnesota Target Center
July 13, 2001 Tinley Park, Illinois New World Music Theatre
July 15, 2001 Clarkston, Michigan Pine Knob Music Theatre
July 17, 2001 Toronto, Ontario Canada Molson Amphitheatre
July 19, 2001 Montreal, Quebec Molson Centre
July 21, 2001 Burgettstown, Pennsylvania United States Post-Gazette Pavilion
July 22, 2001 Hershey, Pennsylvania Hersheypark Stadium
July 24, 2001 Mansfield, Massachusetts Tweeter Center
July 25, 2001 Camden, New Jersey Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
July 27, 2001 East Rutherford, New Jersey Giants Stadium
July 28, 2001

Box office score data

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids 11,805 / 12,397[1] $500,503
BI-LO Center Greenville 11,541 / 11,541[2] $425,245
Target Center Minneapolis 13,834 / 13,834[3] $677,320
Hersheypark Stadium Hershey 22,540 / 29,100[4] $977,315
Giants Stadium East Rutherford 107,248 / 107,248[5] $6,317,039

From the 19 shows reported from Billboard, the One Wild Night Tour grossed a total of $17,143,241 with a total attendance of 391,321.[6]

Set list

The songs It's My Life, One Wild Night, "Just Older", Livin' on a Prayer, You Give Love a Bad Name and Born to Be My Baby were played at every concert of the tour, Wanted Dead or Alive, Lay Your Hands on Me, Bad Medicine, Keep the Faith and I'll Sleep When I'm Dead were also played at nearly every concert. In general most songs played were from the album "Crush". Here is the average set-list from the whole tour, which came close to be played at every concert:

  1. One Wild Night
  2. You Give Love a Bad Name
  3. It's My Life
  4. Keep the Faith
  5. Livin' on a Prayer
  6. Born to Be My Baby
  7. Stranger in This Town
  8. Someday I'll Be Saturday Night
  9. In These Arms
  10. Just Older
  11. Blaze of Glory
  12. Wild in the Streets
  13. I'll Be There for You
  14. Lay Your Hands on Me
  15. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
  16. Bad Medicine


  1. I Got the Girl
  2. Wanted Dead or Alive

Encore 2:

  1. Tequila (The Champs cover)
  2. Twist and Shout (The Isley Brothers Cover)


  1. ^ "Billboard, Vol. 113, Num. 21, 26 may 2001". 
  2. ^ "Billboard, Vol. 113, Num. 23, 9 june 2001". 
  3. ^ "Billboard, Vol. 113, Num. 30, 28 july 2001". 
  4. ^ "Billboard, Vol. 113, Num. 32, 11 august 2001". 
  5. ^ "Billboard, Vol. 113, Num. 52, 29 december 2001". 
  6. ^ "Billboard, Vol. 113, Num. 52, 29 december 2001". 

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