World Tour 2011

 

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Roxette World Tour 2011 Plan:

28.2 Tatneft Arena, Kazan, Russia | (8,000) #01
03.3 Palace of Sports CSK VVS, Samara, Russia | (6,000) #02
05.3 DIVS, Ekaterinburg, Russia | (11,000) #03
07.3 Siberia Arena, Novosibirsk, Russia #04
10.3 Exhibition Center, Kiev, Ukraine #05
12.3 Minsk Arena, Minsk, Belarus | (12,000) #06
14.3 Siemens Arena, Vilnius, Lithuania | (10,000) #07
16.3 Riga Arena, Riga, Latvia | (10,000) #08
18.3 Saku Hall, Tallinn, Estonia | Postponed until July 18 due to illness. Tickets stay valid.

01.4 Vive Jose Cuervo Salon, Mexico City, Mexico
02.4 Montevideo, Uruguay | (10,000) #09
04.4 Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina | Sold out (8,500) #10
05.4 Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina | Sold out (8,500) #11
07.4 Orfeo Superdomo, Córdoba, Argentina | Sold out (10,000) #12
09.4 Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile | (10,500) #13
12.4 Pepsi on Stage, Porto Alegre, Brazil | (6,000) #14
14.4 Credicard Hall, Sao Paulo, Brazil | Sold out (7,000) #15
16.4 Citibank Hall, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | (8,000) #16
17.4 Chevrolet Hall, Belo Horizonte, Brazil | (5,000) #17
19.4 Credicard Hall, Sao Paulo, Brazil | Sold out (7,000) #18

08.5 Grand Arena, Cape Town, South Africa | Sold out (7,000) #19
10.5 Grand Arena, Cape Town, South Africa | Sold out (7,000) #20
11.5 Grand Arena, Cape Town, South Africa | Sold out (7,000) #21
13.5 The Superbowl, Sun City, South Africa | Sold out (8,000) #22
14.5 The Superbowl, Sun City, South Africa | Sold out (8,000) #23
15.5 The Superbowl, Sun City, South Africa | Sold out (8,000) #24
17.5 The Superbowl, Sun City, South Africa | Sold out (8,000) #25
20.5 World Trade Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates | (6,000) #26
25.5 Macka Kucukciftlik Park, Istanbul, Turkey | (4,000) #27
27.5 TerraVibe Park, Athens, Greece | (4,000) #28
29.5 Georgi Asparuhov stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria | Sold out (15,000) #29
30.5 Zone Arena, Bucharest, Romania | (15,000) #30

01.6 Sportarena, Budapest, Hungary | (11-12,000) #31
03.6 SFZ Schwarzl Freizeitzentrum, Graz, Austria | (8-10,000) #32
05.6 O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic | Sold out (15-18,000) #33
06.6 Steel Arena, Kosice, Slovakia | (9,000) #34
09.6 Plenen, Bergen, Norway | Sold out (10,000) #35
11.6 Zitadelle, Berlin, Germany | Sold out (11,000) #36
12.6 Hessentag, Frankfurt (Oberursel), Germany | Sold out (15,000) #37
15.6 Völkerschlachtdenkmal, Leipzig, Germany | Sold out (14,000) #38
16.6 Tanzbrunnen, Cologne, Germany | Sold out (12,500) #39
19.6 Torwar, Warsaw, Poland | Sold out (8,000) #40
24.6 Audi Werksgelaende, NSU Straße, Neckarsulm, Germany | (9,000) #41
25.6 Audi Sportpark, Am Sportpark, Ingolstadt, Germany | (8,500) #42
27.6 Ostrava, Czech Republic | (12,000) #43

07.7 Stavern Festival, Stavern, Norway | (15,000) #44
09.7 Bospop Festival, Weert, Netherlands | (25,000) #45
14.7 Locarno, Switzerland | sold-out (12,000) #46
16.7 Nordkalks Dagbrot, Parainen, Finland | Sold out (8,000) #47
18.7 Saku Hall, Tallinn, Estonia | Moved from March 18 (9,000) #48
22.7 Tivoli, Copenhagen, Denmark | (25,500) #49
24.7 Slottsskogsvallen, Gothenburg, Sweden | Sold out (22,000) #50
29.7 Flotmyr, Haugesund, Norway | Moved from Radhusplassen (4,000) #51
31.7 Suikerrock Festival, Tienen, Belgium | (12,000) #52

01.09 Døgnvillfestivalen, Tromsø, Norway | (13,000) #53

01.10 Herning, Denmark – corporate gig | (7,000) #54
10.10 Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria | (8,000) #55
11.10 Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany | (5,800) #56
13.10 TUI Arena, Hannover, Germany | (7,500) #57
14.10 Gerry Weber Stadion, Halle/Westfalen, Germany | (7,000) #58
16.10 SAP Arena, Mannheim, Germany | (7,500) #59
17.10 Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, Germany | (7,000) #60
19.10 König-Pilsner Arena, Oberhausen, Germany | (7,000) #61
22.10 Exhibition Grounds, Tel Aviv, Israel | Sold out; concert was organized out-door (13,000) #62
24.10 O2 World, Berlin, Germany | (8,000) #63
25.10 O2 World, Hamburg, Germany | (8,500) #64
27.10 Arena Nürnberg, Nuremberg, Germany | (7,000) #65
30.10 Genève Arena, Geneva, Switzerland | (7,000) #66
31.10 Hallenstadion, Zürich, Switzerland | Sold-out (13,000) #67

03.11 Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden | (10,000) #68
04.11 Malmö Arena, Malmö, Sweden | (10,000) #69
05.11 Forum Horsens, Horsens, Denmark | Sold-out (5,000) #70
08.11 Hartwall, Helsinki, Finland | (8,000) #71
15.11 Wembley Arena, London, UK | Sold-out (12,000) #72
18.11 Palacio Vistalegre, Madrid, Spain | (9,000) #73
19.11 Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain | Moved from sold-out Sant Jordi Club. (8,300) #74
26.11 Ischgl, Austria | (18,000) #75
28.11 Oscarsteatern, Stockholm, Sweden – corporate gig for IT company | (just 800) #76

01.12 Crocus City Hall, Moscow, Russia | (9,000) #77
03.12 Ice Palace, St Petersburg, Russia | (9,000) #78
06.12 Palace of Sports, Kiev, Ukraine | (7,000) #79

108 thoughts on “World Tour 2011

  1. Hello everyone, I’d like to correct the name of the venue in Mexico is: Vive Jose Cuervo Salon, Mexico City. Roxette in Mexico the best news in 19 years!!!! I can’t believe it!!!! I’m so happy!!!!

  2. PLEASE come to the US! I have been waiting for 20 years to see you!! It would mean the world to us West Coast US fans if you could make it to either Seattle, WA or Portland, OR…but you know, I would fly anywhere in the US just to see you! Please come here!!

  3. Killar, if you want to add some more info. The Luna Park Stadium, in Buenos Aires, capacity is up to 8.600 ppl. And the Orfeo Superdomo in Córdoba is up to 10.000 ppl.

    I’ve been in shows in the Luna Park with more than 10k ppl but now due to new legal regulations the capacity went quite below that number.

  4. Would be great if you could add the weekday to each date, I’m always checking the calendar for this. Perhaps I’m the only one, but I guess it would help some others too 😉

  5. How could you NOT come to the US?? How has it been nearly 20 years! You have fans here, too, please don’t neglect us. It may be my last time to see Roxette before I die…please come to the Seattle area!!

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