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PostSubject: Concerts   Fri Aug 27, 2010 5:02 pm

General informations and the countries, where concerts were given, from "Bad" to "This is it" era.

Bad Tour

September 12, 1987 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
September 13, 1987 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
September 14, 1987 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
September 19, 1987 Osaka [Japan] Nishinomiya Stadium
September 20, 1987 Osaka [Japan] Nishinomiya Stadium
September 21, 1987 Osaka [Japan] Nishinomiya Stadium
September 25, 1987 Yokohama [Japan] 38,000 Yokohama Stadium
September 26, 1987 Yokohama [Japan] 38,000 Yokohama Stadium
September 27, 1987 Yokohama [Japan] 38,000 Yokohama Stadium

October 03, 1987 Yokohama [Japan] 38,000 Yokohama Stadium
October 04, 1987 Yokohama [Japan] 38,000 Yokohama Stadium
October 10, 1987 Osaka [Japan] Osaka Stadium
October 11, 1987 Osaka [Japan] Osaka Stadium
October 12, 1987 Osaka [Japan] Osaka Stadium

November 13, 1987 Melbourne [Australia] 45,000 Olympic Park
November 20, 1987 Sydney [Australia] 45,000 Paramatta Stadium
November 21, 1987 Sydney [Australia] 45,000 Paramatta Stadium
November 25, 1987 Brisbane [Australia] 67,500 Entertainment Centre
November 28, 1987 Brisbane [Australia] 67,500 Entertainment Centre

February 23, 1988 Kansas City [Missouri, USA] 16,960 Kemper Arena
February 24, 1988 Kansas City [Missouri, USA] 16,960 Kemper Arena

March 03, 1988 New York City [New York, USA] 19,000 Madison Square Garden
March 04, 1988 New York City [New York, USA] 19,000 Madison Square Garden
March 05, 1988 New York City [New York, USA] 19,000 Madison Square Garden
March 12, 1988 St. Louis [Missouri, USA] 18,000 The Arena
March 13, 1988 St. Louis [Missouri, USA] 18,000 The Arena
March 18, 1988 Indianapolis [Indiana, USA] Market Square Arena
March 19, 1988 Indianapolis [Indiana, USA] Market Square Arena
March 20, 1988 Louisville [Kentucky, USA] Freedom Hall
March 23, 1988 Denver [Colorado, USA] 20,125 McNichols Arena
March 24, 1988 Denver [Colorado, USA] 20,125 McNichols Arena
March 30, 1988 Hartford [Conneticut, USA] 15,060 Civic Center
March 31, 1988 Hartford [Conneticut, USA] 15,060 Civic Center

April 01, 1988 Hartford [Conneticut, USA] 15,060 Civic Center
April 08, 1988 Houston [Texas, USA] The Summit
April 09, 1988 Houston [Texas, USA] The Summit
April 10, 1988 Houston [Texas, USA] The Summit
April 13, 1988 Atlanta [Georgia, USA] The Omni
April 14, 1988 Atlanta [Georgia, USA] The Omni
April 15, 1988 Atlanta [Georgia, USA] The Omni
April 19, 1988 Chicago [Illinois, USA] The Rosemont Horizon
April 20, 1988 Chicago [Illinois, USA] The Rosemont Horizon
April 21, 1988 Chicago [Illinois, USA] The Rosemont Horizon
April 25, 1988 Dallas [Texas, USA] The Reunion Arena
April 26, 1988 Dallas [Texas, USA] The Reunion Arena
April 27, 1988 Dallas [Texas, USA] The Reunion Arena

May 04, 1988 Minneapolis [Minnesota, USA] 16,890 Metropolitan Center
May 05, 1988 Minneapolis [Minnesota, USA] 16,890 Metropolitan Center
May 06, 1988 Minneapolis [Minnesota, USA] 16,890 Metropolitan Center
May 23, 1988 Rome [Italy] 70,000 Flaminio Stadium
May 24, 1988 Rome [Italy] 70,000 Flaminio Stadium
May 29, 1988 Turin [Italy] 53,600

June 02, 1988 Vienna [Austria] 55,000 Prater Stadium
June 05, 1988 Rotterdam [The Netherlands] 48,400 Feyenoord Stadium
June 06, 1988 Rotterdam [The Netherlands] 48,400 Feyenoord Stadium
June 07, 1988 Rotterdam [The Netherlands] 48,400 Feyenoord Stadiuim
June 11, 1988 Gothenburg [Sweden] 53,000
June 12, 1988 Gothenburg [Sweden] 53,000
June 16, 1988 Basel [Switzerland] 50,000 Saint Jakobs Stadium
June 19, 1988 Berlin [Germany] 50,000 Reichstag, Berlin Wall
June 27, 1988 Paris [France] 64,000 Parc des Prince
June 28, 1988 Paris [France] 64,000 Parc des Prince

July 01, 1988 Hamburg [Germany] 50,000 Volkspark Stadium
July 03, 1988 Cologne [Germany] 70,000 Mungersdorfer Stadium
July 08, 1988 Munich [Germany] 72,000 Olympic Stadium
July 10, 1988 Cologne [Germany] 70,000 Mungersdorfer Stadium
July 14, 1988 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
July 15, 1988 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
July 16, 1988 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
July 22, 1988 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
July 23, 1988 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
July 26, 1988 Cardiff [Wales, U.K.] 55,000 Cardiff Arms Park
July 30, 1988 Cork [Ireland] 60,000 Pairc Ui Caoimh
July 31, 1988 Cork [Ireland] 60,000 Pairc Ui Caoimh

August 05, 1988 Marbella [Spain] 28,000
August 07, 1988 Madrid [Spain] 60,000 Vincent Calderon Stadium
August 09, 1988 Barcelona [Spain] Nou Camp
August 21, 1988 Wurzburg [Germany] 43,000 Talavera Wiesen
August 23, 1988 Werchter [Belgium] 55,000 Festival Ground
August 26, 1988 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
August 27, 1988 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
August 29, 1988 Leeds [England, U.K.] 90,000 Roundhay Park

September 02, 1988 Hannover [Germany] Niedersachsen Stadium
September 04, 1988 Gelsenkirchen [Germany] 52,000 Park Stadium
September 06, 1988 Linz [Austria] Linz Stadium
September 10, 1988 Milton Keynes [England, U.K.] 60,000 The Bowl
September 11, 1988 Liverpool [England, U.K.] 125,000 Aintree Racecourse
September 26, 1988 Pittsburg [Pennsylvania, USA] 16,230 Civic Arena
September 27, 1988 Pittsburg [Pennsylvania, USA] 16,230 Civic Arena
September 28, 1988 Pittsburg [Pennsylvania, USA] 16,230 Civic Arena

October 03, 1988 Rutherford [New Jersey, USA] 20,350 East Meadowland Arena
October 04, 1988 Rutherford [New Jersey, USA] 20,350 East Meadowland Arena
October 05, 1988 Rutherford [New Jersey, USA] 20,350 East Meadowland Arena
October 10, 1988 Richfield [Ohio, USA] 19,000 Coliseum
October 11, 1988 Richfield [Ohio, USA] 19,000 Coliseum
October 13, 1988 Landover [Maryland, USA] 17,470 Capitol Center
October 17, 1988 Landover [Maryland, USA] 17,470 Capitol Center
October 18, 1988 Landover [Maryland, USA] 17,470 Capitol Center
October 19, 1988 Landover [Maryland, USA] 17,470 Capitol Center
October 24, 1988 Rochester [Minnesota, USA] 16,670 Palace of Auburn Hills
October 25, 1988 Rochester [Minnesota, USA] 16,670 Palace of Auburn Hills
October 26, 1988 Rochester [Minnesota, USA] 16,670 Palace of Auburn Hills

November 07, 1988 Laguna Hills [California, USA] 15,000 Irvine Meadows
November 08, 1988 Laguna Hills [California, USA] 15,000 Irvine Meadows
November 09, 1988 Laguna Hills [California, USA] 15,000 Irvine Meadows
November 13, 1988 Los Angeles [California, USA] 18,000 Sports Arena

December 09, 1988 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 10, 1988 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 11, 1988 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 17, 1988 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 18, 1988 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 19, 1988 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 24, 1988 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 25, 1988 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 26, 1988 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome

January 16, 1989 Los Angeles [California, USA] 18,000 Sports Arena
January 17, 1989 Los Angeles [California, USA] 18,000 Sports Arena
January 18, 1989 Los Angeles [California, USA] 18,000 Sports Arena
January 26, 1989 Los Angeles [California, USA] 18,000 Sports Arena
January 27, 1989 Los Angeles [California, USA] 18,000 Sports Arena

Songs
Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
Things I Do For You
Off The Wall
Human Nature
Heartbreak Hotel
She's Out Of My Life
Jackson 5 Medley [I Want You Back I The Love You Save I I'll Be There]
Rock With You
You Are My Lovely One
Working Day And Night
Beat It
Billie Jean
Shake Your Body [Down To The Ground]
Thriller
I Just Can't Stop Loving You
Bad

On tour "Bad" were 4.4 milions people it's 123 concerts.


Dangerous Tour

June 27, 1992 Munich [Germany] 72,000 Olympic Stadium
June 30, 1992 Rotterdam [The Netherlands] 46,000 Feyenoord Stadium

July 01, 1992 Rotterdam [The Netherlands] 46,000 Feyenoord Stadium
July 04, 1992 Rome [Italy] 35,000 Flamino Stadium
July 06, 1992 Monza [Italy] 46,500 Brianteo Stadium
July 07, 1992 Monza [Italy] 46,500 Brianteo Stadium
July 11, 1992 Cologne [Germany] 65,000 Muengersdorfer Stadium
July 15, 1992 Oslo [Norway] 35,000 Vallehovin Stadium
July 17, 1992 Stockholm [Sweden] 53,000 Olympic Stadium
July 18, 1992 Stockholm [Sweden] 53,000 Olympic Stadium
July 20, 1992 Copenhagen [Denmark] 30,000 Gentofte Stadium
July 22, 1992 Werchter [Belgium] 40,000 Festival Ground
July 25, 1992 Dublin [Ireland] 40,000 Lansdowne Road
July 30, 1992 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
July 31, 1992 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium

August 05, 1992 Cardiff [Wales, U.K.] 50,000 Cardiff Arms Park
August 08, 1992 Bremen [Germany] 45,000 Weser Stadium
August 10, 1992 Hamburg [Germany] 51,000 Volkspark Stadium
August 13, 1992 Hameln [Germany] 25,000 Weserbergland Stadium
August 16, 1992 Leeds [England, U.K.] 60,000 Roundhay Park
August 18, 1992 Glasgow [Scotland, U.K.] 65,000 The Haugh
August 20, 1992 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
August 22, 1992 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
August 23, 1992 London [England, U.K.] 72,000 Wembley Stadium
August 26, 1992 Vienna [Austria] 50,000 Prater Stadium
August 28, 1992 Frankfurt [Germany] 60,000 Wald Stadium
August 30, 1992 Ludwigshafen [Germany] 3,000 Southwest Stadium

June 02, 1992 Bayreuth [Germany] 32,000 Volks Stadium
June 04, 1992 Berlin [Germany] 35,000 Jahn Stadium
June 08, 1992 Lausanne [Switzerland] 47,000 La Pontaise Stadium
June 13, 1992 Paris [France] 85,000 Hippodrome de Vincennes
June 16, 1992 Toulouse [France] 40,000 Stade Municipal
June 18, 1992 Barcelona [Spain] 42,000 Olympic Stadium
June 21, 1992 Oviedo [Spain] 25,000 Football Stadium
June 23, 1992 Madrid [Spain] 40,000 Vincent Calderon Stadium
June 26, 1992 Lisbon [Portugal] 64,000 Jose Alvalade Stadium

October 01, 1992 Bucharest [Romania] 70,000 Complexul Sportiv National Stadium

December 12, 1992 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 14, 1992 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 17, 1992 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 19, 1992 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 22, 1992 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 24, 1992 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 30, 1992 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 31, 1992 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome

August 24, 1993 Bangkok [Thailand] 70,000 National Stadium
August 27, 1993 Bangkok [Thailand] 70,000 National Stadium
August 29, 1993 Singapore [Singapore] 47,000 National Stadium

September 01, 1993 Singapore [Singapore] 47,000 National Stadium
September 04, 1993 Taipei [Taiwan] 40,000 Municipal Stadium
September 06, 1993 Taipei [Taiwan] 40,000 Municipal Stadium
September 10, 1993 Fukuoka [Japan] 30,000 Fukuoka Dome
September 11, 1993 Fukuoka [Japan] 30,000 Fukuoka Dome
September 15, 1993 Moscow [Russia] 50,000 Luzjniki Olympic Stadium
September 19, 1993 Tel Aviv [Israel] 80,000 Yarkon Park
September 21, 1993 Tel Aviv [Israel] 100,000 Yarkon Park
September 23, 1993 Istanbul [Turkey] 48,000 Inonu tadium
September 26, 1993 Tenerife [Canary Islands] 20,000 Santa Cruz De Teneriffa

October 08, 1993 Buenos Aires [Argentina] 100,000 National Stadium
October 10, 1993 Buenos Aires [Argentina] 100,000 National Stadium
October 12, 1993 Buenos Aires [Argentina] 100,000 National Stadium
October 15, 1993 Sao Paulo [Brazil] 80,000 Morumbi Stadium
October 17, 1993 Sao Paulo [Brazil] 100,000 Morumbi Stadium
October 23, 1993 Santiago [Chile] 65,000
October 29, 1993 Mexico City [Mexico] 100,000 Aztec Stadium
October 31, 1993 Mexico City [Mexico] 100,000 Aztec Stadium

November 07, 1993 Mexico City [Mexico] 100,000 Aztec Stadium
November 09, 1993 Mexico City [Mexico] 100,000 Aztec Stadium
November 11, 1993 Mexico City [Mexico] 100,000 Aztec Stadium

Songs
Intro [Carmina Burana]
Jam
Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
Human Nature
Smooth Criminal
I Just Can't Stop Loving You
She's Out Of My Life
Jackson 5 Medley [I Want You Back I The Love You Save I I'll Be There]
Thriller
Billie Jean
Working Day And Night
Beat It
Will You Be There
Black Or White
Heal The World
Man In The Mirror

Other information:
Creation:
Show Conceived & Created by: Michael Jackson and Kenny Ortega
Choreographed by: Michael Jackson
"Jam" Choreographed by: Michael Jackson and LaVelle Smith
Artistic Director: Michael Jackson
Staged & Designed by: Kenny Ortega
Set Designed by: Tom McPhillips
Lightning Designer: Peter Morse
Executive Director: MJJ Productions - Norma E. Staikos
Director of Security: Bill Bray
Costumes Designed by: Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush
Hair & Make-up: Karen Faye-Mitchell
Personal Management: Gallin Morey Associates - Sandy Gallin, Jim Morey

Dancers:
LaVelle Smith
Randy Allaire
Eddie Garcia
Michelle Berube
Yuko Sumida
Jaime King
Bruno Falcon [Taco]

Musicians
Darryl Phinnessee *Vocalist*
Dorian Holley *Vocalist*
Siedah Garrett *Vocalist*
Ricky Lawso*Drums*
Don Boylette *Bass Guitar*
Jennifer Batten *Guitar*
David Williams *Guitar*
Brad Buxer *Keyboards*

-1st leg [June 27, 1992 - December 31, 1992]
-2nd leg [Aug. 24, 1993 - November 11, 1993]

The "Dangerous" tour is the biggest tour any performer had done, breaking his own record from his "Bad" tour [Michael will later break this record with the "HIStory" tour].

Michael donated all the proceeds from the "Dangerous" World Tour to his "Heal The World" Foundation and to other charities.

Michael sold the film rights to his "Dangerous" concert in Bucharest [Rumania] to HBO for $20 million for the rights to air the show! The deal is the highest ever paid for a live concert. The special received the highest TV ratings in the history of HBO [21.4 % rating, 34% share]. Michael was honored with a Cable Ace Award. The Bucharest concert [performed on October 01, 1992] was broadcast live on radio and shown on TV in 61 countries. Direcor Andy Morahan, who directed "Give In To Me" used more than 14 camera operators to tape the concert.

For Tour were used 3 sets to save up the time in other way Tour could last forever. Each of them were on other continent. When the 1st was built before a moment, on the 2nd was already performed the concert, and 3rd was packing up. Michael and his musicans were traveling by the plane between all those stages.

On tour "Dangerous" were 3.5 milions people, it's 69 concerts.


HIStory Tour

September 07, 1996 Prague [Czech Republic] 125,000 Letna Park
September 10, 1996 Budapest [Hungary] 50,000 Nepstadion Intezmenyei
September 14, 1996 Bucharest [Rumania] 70,000 National Stadium
September 17, 1996 Moscow [Russia] 50,000 Dynamo Stadium
September 20, 1996 Warsaw [Poland] 120,000 Bemowo Airport
September 24, 1996 Zaragoza [Spain] 45,000 La Romareda Stadiuim
September 28, 1996 Amsterdam [The Netherlands] 50,000 Amsterdam Arena
September 30, 1996 Amsterdam [The Netherlands] 50,000 Amsterdam Arena

October 02, 1996 Amsterdam [The Netherlands] 50,000 Amsterdam Arena
October 07, 1996 Tunis [Tunisia] 60,000 El Menzah
October 11, 1996 Seoul [South Korea] 50,000 Chamsil Olympic Stadium
October 13, 1996 Seoul [South Korea] 50,000 Chamsil Olympic Stadium
October 18, 1996 Taipei [Taiwan] 40,000 Chungshan Soccer Stadium
October 20, 1996 Kaoshung [Taiwan] 30,000 Open Air Field
October 22, 1996 Taipei [Taiwan] 40,000 Chungshan Soccer Stadium
October 25, 1996 Singapore [Singapore] 35,000 National Stadium
October 27, 1996 Kuala Lumpur [Malaysia] 40,000 Merdeka Stadium
October 29, 1996 Kuala Lumpur [Malaysia] 40,000 Merdeka Stadium

November 01, 1996 Bombay [India] 60,000 Andheri Sports Complex (charity)
November 05, 1996 Bangkok [Thailand] 40,000 Muang Thong Thani City Center
November 09, 1996 Auckland [New Zealand] 43,000 Ericsson Stadium
November 11, 1996 Auckland [New Zealand] 43,000 Ericsson Stadium
November14, 1996 Sydney [Australia] 40,000 SCG
November 16, 1996 Sydney [Australia] 40,000 SCG
November 19, 1996 Brisbane [Australia] 40,000 ANZ Stadium
November 22, 1996 Melbourne [Australia] 65,000 MCG
November 24, 1996 Melbourne [Australia] 65,000 MCG
November 26, 1996 Adelaide [Australia] 30,000 Adelaide Oval
November 30, 1996 Perth [Australia] 20,000 Burswood Dome

December 02, 1996 Perth [Australia] 20,000 Burswood Dome
December 04, 1996 Perth [Australia] 20,000 Burswood Dome
December 08, 1996 Manila [Philippines] 55,000 Paranaque City/Asia World
December 10, 1996 Manila [Philippines] 55,000 Paranaque City/Asia World
December 13, 1996 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 15, 1996 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 17, 1996 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 20, 1996 Tokyo [Japan] 45,000 Tokyo Dome
December 26, 1996 Fukuoka [Japan] 40,000 Fukuoka Dome
December 28, 1996 Fukuoka [Japan] 40,000 Fukuoka Dome
December 31, 1996 Bandar Seri Begawan [Brunei] 4,000 Jerudong Park

January 03, 1997 Honolulu [Hawaii/USA] 35,000 Aloha Bowl
January 04, 1997 Honolulu [Hawaii/USA] 35,000 Aloha Bowl

May 31, 1997 Bremen [Germany] 55,000 Weserstadion

June 03, 1997 Cologne [Germany] 60,000 Mungersdorfer Stadium
June 06, 1997 Bremen [Germany] 35,000 Weserstadion
June 08, 1997 Amsterdam [The Netherlands] 50,000 Amsterdam Arena
June 10, 1997 Amsterdam [The Netherlands] 50,000 Amsterdam Arena
June 13, 1997 Kiel [Germany] 55,000 Nordmarksportfield
June 15, 1997 Gelsenkirchen [Germany] 50,000 Parkstadion
June 18, 1997 Milan [Italy] 45,000 San Siro Stadium
June 20, 1997 Lausanne [Switzerland] 35,000 La Pontaise Stadium
June 22, 1997 Bettembourg [Luxembourg] 45,000 Krakelschaff
June 25, 1997 Lyon [France] 25,000 Parc des Expositioins
June 27, 1997 Paris [France] 50,000 Parc des Princes
June 29, 1997 Paris [France] 45,000 Parc des Princes

July 02, 1997 Vienna [Austria] 50,000 Ernst-Happel Stadium
July 04, 1997 Munich [Germany] 70,000 Olympic Stadium
July 06, 1997 Munich [Germany] 70,000 Olympic Stadium
July 09, 1997 Sheffield [England, U.K.] 45,000 Don Valley Stadium
July 12, 1997 London [England, U.K.] 73,000 Wembley Stadium
July 15, 1997 London [England, U.K.] 73,000 Wembley Stadium
July 17, 1997 London [England, U.K.] 73,000 Wembley Stadium
July 19, 1997 Dublin [Ireland] 40,000 RDS
July 25, 1997 Basel [Switzerland] 55,000 Saint Jakobs Stadium
July 27, 1997 Nice [France] 35,000 Stade de l'Ouest

August 01, 1997 Berlin [Germany] 77,000 Olympic Stadium
August 03, 1997 Leipzig [Germany] 60,000 Festwiese
August 10, 1997 Hockenheim [Germany] 85,000 Hockenheimring
August 14, 1997 Copenhagen [Denmark] 45,000 Parken
August 16, 1997 Gothenburg [Sweden] 50,000 Ullevi
August 19, 1997 Oslo [Norway] 45,000 Valle Hovin
August 22, 1997 Tallinn [Estonia] 75,000 Song Festival Grounds
August 24, 1997 Helsinki [Finland] 50,000 Olympic Stadium
August 26, 1997 Helsinki [Finland] 50,000 Olympic Stadium
August 29, 1997 Copenhagen [Denmark] 50,000 Parken

September 03, 1997 Oostende [Belgium] 55,000 Wellington Hypodrome
September 06, 1997 Valladolid [Spain] 45,000 Nuevo Jose Zorrilla Stadium

October 04, 1997 Cape Town [South Africa] 35,000 Greenpoint Stadium
October 06, 1997 Cape Town [South Africa] 35,000 Greenpoint Stadium
October 10, 1997 Johannesburg [South Africa] 50,000 Johannesburg Stadium
October 12, 1997 Johannesburg [South Africa] 57,000 Johannesburg Stadium
October 15, 1997 Durban [South Africa] 50,000 King's Park Stadium

Songs
Gates Of Kiev
Scream
They Don't Care About Us
She Drives Me Wild / In The Closet
Wanna Be Starting Somethin'
Stranger In Moscow
Smooth Criminal
Interlude: "The Wind"
You Are Not Alone
The Way You Make Me Feel [from September 07, 1996 'til June 15, 1997]
Jackson 5 Medley [I Want You Back I The Love You Save I I'll Be There]
Off The Wall Medley * [Rock With You I Off The Wall I Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough] [from September 07, 1996 'til June 10, 1997]
Przerwa: Remember The Time
Billie Jean
Thriller
Come Together ** / D.S. [from September 07, 1996 'til December 31, 1996]
Blood On The Dance Floor *** [from May 31, 1997 'til August 19, 1997]
Interlude: Black Or White Video [2nd Part]
Dangerous ****
Interlude: Black Or White Video [1st Part]
Black Or White
Earth Song
Przerwa: We Are The World
Heal The World
HIStory

Other informations:

Dancers (1st leg 1996):
LaVelle Smith
Shawnette Heard
Courtney Miller
Anthony Talauega
Richmond Talauega
Loru Werner
Jason Yribar

Dancers (2nd leg 1997):
LaVelle Smith
Christian Judd
Stacy Walker
Anthony Talauega
Richmond Talauega
Faune Chambers

Creation:
Show Conceived & Created by: Kenny Ortega and Michael Jackson
Artistic Director: Michael Jackson
HIStory Tour Choreographed by: Michael Jackson and LaVelle Smith
Choreography For "Dangerous" & "They Don't Care About Us": Travis Payne and Michael Jackson
Staged & Directed by: Kenny Ortega and Michael Jackson
Assistant Director: Peggy Holmes
Set Designed by: Michael Cotton and John McGraw
Lighting Designer: Peter Morse
Costumes Desgined by:
Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush
Stylist: Tommy Simms
Artist Manager: Tarak Ben Amar

Musicians:
Dorian Holley *Vocalist*
Fred White *Vocalist*
Marva Hicks *Vocalist*
Jennifer Batten *Guitar*
David Williams *Guitar*
Isaiah Sanders *Keyboards*
Freddie Washingto*Bass Guitar*
Jonathan Moffett *Drums*

-1st leg [September 7, 1996 - January 4, 1997]
-2nd leg [May 31, 1997 - October 15, 1997]

Michael Jackson's "HIStory" World Tour is the biggest world tour any performer had ever done!!!

On tour "HIStory" were 4.5 millions people, it's 82 koncerty.
Tour on DVD or from TV: Bucharest [Rumania] - Sept. 14, 1996, Kuala Lumpur [Malaysia] - Oct. 1996, Auckland [New Zealand] - Nov. 1996, Manila [Philippines] - Dec. 1996, July 1997 Munich [Germany], Copenhagen [Denmark] - Aug. 1997, Gothenburg [Sweden] - Aug. 16, 1997 and Helsinki [Finland] - Aug. 1997.


30TH Anniversary Celebration


September 07, 2001 New York, Madison Square Garden
September 10, 2001 New York, Madison Square Garden


Songs and performers

"Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" performing by Usher, Mýa and Whitney Houston
"Ben" performing by Billy Gilman
"It Wasn't Me" performing by Shaggy featuring Rikrok
"Heal the World" performing by Mýa, Deborah Cox, Rah Digga, Monica and Tamia
"My Baby" performing by Lil' Romeo featuring Master P
"She's out of My Life" performing by Marc Anthony
"Bootylicious" performing by Destiny's Child
"I Want Candy" performing by Aaron Carter
"Home" (from The Wiz) performing by Monica
"You Can't Win" (from The Wiz) performing by Jill Scott
"Ease on Down the Road" (from The Wiz) performing by Monica, Jill Scott, Al Jarreau, Deborah Cox
"You Are Not Alone" performing by Liza Minnelli
"I Will Survive" performing by Gloria Gaynor
"Get Ur Freak On" performing by Missy Elliot and Nelly Furtado
"I'll Never Love This Way Again"performing by Dionne Warwick
"Midnight Train To Georgia" performing by Gladys Knight
"I Just Can't Stop Loving You" performing by James Ingram and Gloria Estefan
"Man in the Mirror" performing by 98 Degrees, Usher and Luther Vandross
"Can You Feel It" performing by The Jacksons
"HIStory Intro"performing by The Jacksons
"ABC" performing by The Jacksons
"The Love You Save" performing by The Jacksons
"I'll Be There" performing by The Jacksons
"I Want You Back" performing by The Jacksons
"Dancing Machine" performing by The Jacksons and *NSYNC
"Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)" performing by The Jacksons
"The Way You Make Me Feel" performing by Michael Jackson and *Britney Spears *(second night performance only)
"Black or White" performing by Michael Jackson
"Beat It" performing by Michael Jackson
"Billie Jean" performing by Michael Jackson
"You Rock My World" performing by Michael Jackson, Chris Tucker and Usher
"We Are the World" performing by All Artists

Concert had record CBS TV.

THIS IS IT

Michael Jackson's "This Is It" concerts were planned after 12 years, when Michael did the last tour called "HIStory Tour" in years 1996/97. In the beginning of the tour were planned only 10 concerts, but during reservation and buying tickets, number of concerts has raised up to 50 concerts. From the time when the reservation (with pre-sale option with special code) had been launch, within 4 hours were sold out 750,000 tickets, but after 3 days it raised up to 1 million 150 thousand.

The pre-sale code was sending to the fans by newsletter from official website of concerts michaeljacksonlive.com, just a few days before the pre-sale option was launched. Pre-sale dates were between March 11th-13th, after these dates were launched for general sale for a rest of the public, for VIPs too.

The tour never been released, Michael died on June 25, 2009. (More about death you can read in Biography)

New broken records by the shows at O2:
* The biggest audience ever to see an artist in one city.
* The most amount of people to attend a series of arena shows.
* The fastest ticket sales in history.
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PostSubject: Re: Concerts   Mon Sep 06, 2010 7:59 pm

May 24, 1988 Rome [Italy] Flaminio Stadium and July 04, 1992 Rome [Italy] Flamino Stadium.....I was there...simply fabulous!!!!!
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May 24, 1988 Rome [Italy] Flaminio Stadium and July 04, 1992 Rome [Italy] Flamino Stadium.....I was there...simply fabulous!!!!!

WHAT A LUCKY GIRL!!!!!! I haven't seen him.. not yet Smile
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