a-ha World Tour 1986-1987 - a-ha World Tour 1986-1987

World Tour 1986-1987
Tour a-ha
Places) Europe , North America , Australia and Japan
Album (s) Hunting High and Low
Scoundrel Days
Start date June 3 , 1986
End date August 12 , 1987
Shows 148
Chronology
World Tour
(1986-1987)
Stay on These Roads Tour
(1988-1989)

World Tour was the first world tour of a-ha , developed between 1986 and 1987. The tour is also called the Hunting High and Low Tour because it started when they released the first album, but lasted until the group's second album.

It is the only tour that the a-ha group has visited Australia in their career. They also traveled to the United States and would not return there until their last tour, Ending on a High Note .

Dates

The tour featured a total of 148 shows, making it the largest a-ha tour. [ 1 ]

1986

  1. 3 June: Concert Hall, Perth, Australia
  2. 4 June: Concert Hall, Perth, Australia
  3. 5 June: Concert Hall, Perth, Australia
  4. 7 June: Festival Theatre, Adelaide, Australia
  5. 8 June: Festival Theatre, Adelaide, Australia
  6. 9 June: Concert Hall, Melbourne, Australia
  7. 10 June: Concert Hall, Melbourne, Australia
  8. 11 June: Concert Hall, Melbourne, Australia
  9. 13 June: Concert Hall, Melbourne, Australia
  10. 18 June: Festival Hall, Brisbane, Australia
  11. 21 June: State Theatre, Sydney, Australia
  12. 22 June: State Theatre, Sydney, Australia
  13. 23 June: State Theatre, Sydney, Australia
  14. 24 June: State Theatre, Sydney, Australia
  15. 2 July: NHK Hall, Tokyo, Japan
  16. 3 July: Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan
  17. 5 July: Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan
  18. 7 July: NHK Hall, Tokyo, Japan
  19. 9 July: Sun Palace, Fukuoka, Japan
  20. 10 July: Kokusai Kaikan, Kobe, Japan
  21. 11 July: Kokusai Kaikan, Kobe, Japan
  22. 12 July: Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan
  23. 14 July: Yubin Chokin, Hiroshima, Japan
  24. 15 July: Shimin Kaikan, Kurashiki, Japan
  25. 17 July: Nagoya-Shi Kokaido, Nagoya, Japan
  26. 18 July: Nagoya-Shi Kokaido, Nagoya, Japan
  27. 19 July: Bunka Gymnasium, Yokohama, Japan
  28. 20 July: Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan
  29. 22 July: Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, Japan
  30. 24 July: Koseinenkin Hall, Sapporo, Japan
  31. 8 August: Waikiki Shell, Hawaii, USA
  32. 15 August: World Expo Theater, Vancouver, Canada
  33. 16 August: Paramount Theater, Seattle, USA
  34. 17 August: Schnitzer Theater, Portland, USA
  35. 19 August: Concord Pavilion, Concord, USA
  36. 22 August: Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, USA
  37. 23 August: Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, USA
  38. 26 August: Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Irvine, USA
  39. 27 August: SDSU Open Air Amphitheater, San Diego, USA
  40. 28 August: Gammage Hall, Phoenix, USA
  41. 30 August: Symphony Hall, Salt Lake City, USA
  42. 1 September: Paramount, Denver, USA
  43. 3 September: Civic Center, Oklahoma City, USA
  44. 4 September: Palmer Auditorium, Austin, USA
  45. 5 September: Music Hall, Houston, USA
  46. 6 September: Majestic Theatre, San Antonio, USA
  47. 8 September: Sanger Theater, New Orleans, USA
  48. 9 September: Orpheum Theater, Memphis, USA
  49. 10 September: Alabama Bautwell Auditorium, Birmingham, USA
  50. 12 September: Fox Theatre, Atlanta, USA
  51. 13 September: Bay Front, Tampa, St. Petersburg, USA
  52. 14 September: Sunrise Theater, Miami, USA
  53. 15 September: Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, Orlando, USA
  54. 18 September: Performing Arts Theater, Nashville, USA
  55. 19 September: Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, USA
  56. 20 September: Midland Theater, Kansas City, USA
  57. 21 September: Music Hall, Omaha, USA
  58. 23 September: Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, USA
  59. 24 September: Roy Wilkens Auditorium, Minneapolis, USA
  60. 26 September: Ford Theater, Detroit, USA
  61. 28 September: Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, USA
  62. 29 September: Masonic Auditorium, Toledo, USA
  63. 1 October: Clowes Hall, Indianapolis, USA
  64. 2 October: Music Hall, Cleveland, USA
  65. 3 October: Tower Theater, Philadelphia, USA
  66. 6 October: Mosque Theater, Pittsburgh, USA
  67. 7 October: DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, USA
  68. 8 October: Chrysler Hall, Norfolk, USA
  69. 10 October: Radio City Hall, New York, USA
  70. 11 October: Radio City Hall, New York, USA
  71. 13 October: Bushnell Theater, Hartford, USA
  72. October 14: Sheas Theater, Buffalo, USA
  73. 16 October: Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada
  74. 17 October: Ottawa, Canada
  75. 18 October: Verdon, Montreal, Canada
  76. 19 October: Ocean State Theater, Providence, USA
  77. 21 October: Orpheum, Boston, USA
  78. 24 October: Archbishop Chapelle, New Orleans, USA (school)
  79. 1 November: Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
  80. November 3: Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
  81. November 6: Theater du Verdure, Nice, France
  82. 7 November: Zenith, Montpellier, France
  83. November 8: Bourse, Lyon, France
  84. November 10: Le Zenith, Paris, France
  85. November 11: Grand Parc, Bordeaux, France
  86. 12 November: Petit Palais, Toulouse, France
  87. 14 November: Philipshalle, Düsseldorf, Germany
  88. 15 November: Circus Krone, Munich, Germany
  89. 17 November: Mozartsaal, Mannheim, Germany
  90. 18 November: Meistersingerhalle, Nuremburg, Germany
  91. November 20: Alsterdorfer Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany
  92. November 21: Alte Oper, Frankfurt, Germany
  93. 22 November: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
  94. 23 November: Forest National Stadium, Brussels, Belgium
  95. November 25: Doelen, Rotterdam, Holland
  96. 27 November: Valbyhallen, Copenhague, Denmark
  97. 28 November: Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden
  98. November 29: Ice Stadium, Stockholm, Sweden
  99. 4 December: Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen, UK
  100. 5 December: Caird Hall, Dundee, UK
  101. 7 December: Playhouse, Edinburgh, UK
  102. 8 December: City Hall, Newcastle, UK
  103. 10 December: City Hall, Sheffield, UK
  104. 11 December: City Hall, Sheffield, UK
  105. 12 December: Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, UK
  106. 13 December: Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, UK
  107. 15 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
  108. 16 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
  109. 17 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
  110. 18 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
  111. 19 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
  112. 20 December: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
  113. 22 December: Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK
  114. 23 December: Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK
  115. 24 December: International Centre, Bournemouth, UK
  116. 29 December: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
  117. 30 December: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
  118. 31 December: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK

1987

  1. 3 January: Conference Centre, Harrogate, UK
  2. 5 January: Empire Theatre, Liverpool, UK
  3. 6 January: Apollo Theatre, Manchester, UK
  4. 7 January: Guildhall, Preston, UK
  5. 9 January: Odeon, Birmingham, UK
  6. 10 January: Odeon, Birmingham, UK
  7. 11 January: St David's Hall, Cardiff, UK
  8. 12 January: Centre, Newport, UK
  9. 13 January: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
  10. 14 January: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
  11. 16 January: NEC, Birmingham, UK
  12. 17 January: NEC, Birmingham, UK
  13. 19 January: Fairfield Hall, Croydon, UK
  14. 21 January: Kings Hall, Belfast, Ireland
  15. 23 January: RDS, Dublin, Ireland
  16. 25 January: International Centre, Bournemouth, UK
  17. 26 January: Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK
  18. 27 January: Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK
  19. 30 January: Gimlehallen, Kristiansand, Norway
  20. 31 January: Idrettshallen, Stavanger, Norway
  21. 1 February: Bergenshallen, Bergen, Norway
  22. 3 February: Skarphallen, Tromsø, Norway
  23. 4 February: Leangen Ishall, Trondheim, Norway
  24. 6 February: Drammenshallen, Drammen, Norway
  25. 7 February: Drammenshallen, Drammen, Norway
  26. 8 February: Drammenshallen, Drammen, Norway
  27. 10 February: Drammenshallen, Drammen, Norway
  28. 23 June: Tokyo, Japan
  29. 29 June: Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
  30. 2 July: Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
  31. 6 July: Kokusai Center, Fukuoka, Japan
  32. 9 July: Nagano, Japan
  33. 12 July: Ishikawa Koseinenkin Kaikan, Kanazawa, Japan
  34. July 21: Nagoya, Japan
  35. 5 August: Arenes Theatre, Nimes, France
  36. August 6: Les Arenas de Frejus, Frejus, France
  37. August 7: Les Arenes de Frejus, Frejus, France
  38. 9 August: Biarritz, France
  39. 11 August: Royan, France
  40. 12 August: Escoublac, La Baule, France

Personal

1986-1987:

  • Morten Harket: Voz.
  • Pål Waaktaar: guitar and voice.
  • Magne Furuholmen: keyboards and voice.
  • Leif Karsten Johansen: Bajo.
  • Mike Sturgis: drums.
  • Dag Kolsrud: teclados.

1988-1989:

  • Ian Wherry: keyboards.
  • Randy Hope-Taylor: bajo.
  • Matthew Lettley: drums.
  • Rafael Gayol: percussion.

References

  1. ^ A-ha-live.com (ed.). "World Tour 1986 - 1987" . Archived from the original on May 21, 2010 . Retrieved June 24, 2010 .