According to T4F information published on the website, Roxette will visit Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Argentina and Brazil during South American part of the World Tour 2012. Those dates which we published yesterday turned out to be true. Those below in bold are confirmed ones, the rest is still rumour.

19.04 Parque Simón Bolívar, Bogota, Colombia
20.04 Lima, Peru
23.04 Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina
24.04 Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina
26.04 Ruca Che, Neuquen, Argentina
28.04 Polideportivo Islas Malvinas, Mar del Plata, Argentina
30.04 Metropolitano, Rosario, Argentina

08.05 Teatro do Positivo, Curitiba, Brazil
10.05 Credicard Hall, São Paulo, Brazil
12.05 Citibank Hall, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
15.05 Ginásio Nilson Nelson, Brasília, Brazil
18.05 Chevrolet Hall, Recife, Brazil

Still – there are lot of gaps in the schedule.

Update: The official announcement!


2011 has been an amazing year for Roxette with a fantastic world tour and the great success of the new album Charm School. During the first nine months of their world tour they have played to over 800,000 fans at 79 concerts in 31 countries. Next year Roxette will continue to tour in venues throughout Europe, Asia, South America and South Africa.

Due to the overwhelming response Roxette received when they visited South America earlier this year, Roxette has decided to return and in April 2012. The band will play in Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Argentina and Brazil. Tickets will be released soon.

Roxette’s album Charm School was released by EMI earlier this year. Charm School has reached the No. 1 spot in several countries. In March next year a new album called T2- Tourism 2 will be released worldwide.

Tour dates 2012
11.2 Auckland, Vector Arena (New Zeeland)
14.2 Brisbane, Entertainment Centre (Australia)
16.2 Sydney, Sydney Entertainment (Australia)
17.2 Sydney, Entertainment Centre (Australia)
18.2 Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena (Australia)
20.2 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre (Australia)
22.2 Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena (Australia)
23.2 Brisbane, Brisbane Entertainment Centre (Australia)
24.2 Brisbane, Brisbane Entertainment Centre (Australia))
25.2 Sydney, Entertainment Centre (Australia)
28.2 Perth, Challenge Stadium (Australia)
29.2 Perth, Challenge Stadium (Australia)
3.3 Jakarta, Indoor Tennis Stadium (Indonesia)
6.3 Singapore, Resorts World Convention Center (Singapore)
8.3 Hong Kong, Convention Center (Hong Kong)
17.4 Quito, Coliseo Ruminahui (Ecuador)
19.4 Bogota, Parque Simon Bolivar (Colombia)
21.4 Lima, Explanada Estadio Monumental (Peru)
24.4 Buenos Aires, Luna Park (Argentina)
26.4 Neuquen, Ruca Che (Argentina)
28.4 Mar del Plata, Polideportivo (Argentina)
30.4 Rosario, Metropolitano (Argentina)
3.5 Cordoba, Orfeo (Argentina)
5.5 Asuncion, Yacht Club (Paraguay)
8.5 Curitiba, Teatro Positivo (Brazil)
10.5 Sao Paulo, Credicard Hall (Brazil)
12.5 Rio de Janeiro, Citibank Hall (Brazil)
15.5 Brasilia, Nilson Nelson (Brazil)
18.5 Recife, Chevrolet Hall (Brazil)
3.6 Johannesburg, Coca-Cola Dome (South Africa)
5.6 Durban, ICC Durban Arena (South Africa))
8.6 Cape Town, Grand Arena (South Africa)