World Tour 2012: New York City, USA – September 2 #133

Comment from Per Gessle

Landed in New York. Phew, it’s a hot place.

Swell gig tonight in New York City! Superpacked Beacon Theater sang so loud it must have made echoes all the way to Halmstad! Thanx for this and thanx for showing up all you die hard Roxers!!!! Cheers, P&M&Co


01. Dressed For Success
02. Sleeping In My Car
03. The Big L.
04. Spending My Time
05. Stars
06. She’s Got Nothing On (But The Radio)
07. Perfect Day
08. Things Will Never Be The Same
09. It Must Have Been Love
10. Opportunity Nox
11. 7Twenty7
12. Fading Like a Flower
13. Crash Boom Bang
14. How Do You Do!
15. Dangerous
Band presentation
16. Joyride (introduced with Sinatra’s New York, New York)

17. Listen To Your Heart
18. The Look
19. Church Of Your Heart

Articles and photos

Very special Joyride drink (picture)

Evfa Attling’s Twitt, Picture no 2
Dondi Hom’s Facebook gallery
Baltimore Lauren’s Flickr gallery

9 thoughts on “World Tour 2012: New York City, USA – September 2 #133”

  1. It was great!! It was the first time I went to the Roxette concert and it was the happiest day of my life! Thank you Roxette!!!!

  2. Roxette’s performance at the Beacon Theatre was nothing short of amazing! From the first chord to the last note – Marie, Per & band put on an absolutely stellar show.

    I waited 20 years to finally see Roxette – and they simply exceeded all expectations. I wish them the best for the remaining North American shows and look forward to seeing them in the (hopefully not too distant) future.

    Marie & Per – You’re THE BEST!!!!!

    PS – I finally got my voice back – it’s been years since I yelled and screamed that loudly at a concert.

  3. What a night! everyone were singing along and even though it was sitting area, but most people were standing.

    I was worried about Marie after she fell down, but she got up really quickly, smiling and laughing. Ironically it happens during “Dangerous”. But I wasn’t worry that much anymore after seeing her after the concert. She looked radiant and happy and greet everyone (even crossing the street to meet us).

  4. This show was absolutley amazing! I missed the opportunity to see Roxette during their last U.S. tour (circa 1992) and have never seen them perform live before. Needless to say, I was blown away. I’ve been a fan from ‘Look Sharp’ on, and own every album and single I can get my hands on.

    Unfortunately, Roxette have little to no representation by their record company here in the states, so U.S. fans can’t even download their latest single (‘The Sweet Hello…’) because it’s unavailable. That, combined with more and more singles being released “digitally-only” makes it nearly impossible to obtain their music. At least in the past, you could seek out an import CD, even if it meant paying a premium price to do so. All the more reason I am truly grateful that Roxette took the time to remember their American fans during this tour.

    Thank you Marie, Per, and the entire crew for a great evening. It truly was a “sweet hello, and sad goodbye”.

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