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Foreign Affair: The Farewell Tour

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Foreign Affair: The Farewell Tour
Tour by Tina Turner
Tt ticketstub fatft.jpg
Ticket stub for a concert in the UK
Associated album Foreign Affair
Start date April 27, 1990 (1990-04-27)
End date November 4, 1990 (1990-11-04)
Legs 3
No. of shows 125 in Europe
Attendance 3.9 million
Box office $53.7 million ($100.59 in 2017 dollars)[1][2]
Tina Turner concert chronology

Foreign Affair: The Farewell Tour (also known as the Foreign Affair World Tour) was the fifth concert tour of American singer, Tina Turner. The tour supported her seventh studio album Foreign Affair. The tour was Turner's first stadium tour and only reached European countries. Overall, the tour drew in nearly four million spectators—breaking the record for a European tour that was previously set by The Rolling Stones.[3]

The tour is notable as Turner's only tour to not reach North America. Since the tour was considered a farewell tour (at that time), Turner wanted to exclusively tour Europe to thank her fans for supporting her career after she left The Revue.


The tour was advertised as a "farewell" tour as Turner began to concentrate on potential acting roles.[4] During an interview, Turner stated,[3]

"I've always thought this would be the final one but I must admit I now have mixed feelings. I'm the first woman to fill all these stadiums and the feeling from all those fans night after night was fantastic. I don't want to close that door completely. I'm going away for about a year and when I'm ready to return, I just hope the fans will want whatever I have to offer"

Turner would return to touring in 1993 with her North American tour, "What's Love? Tour"


 Turner bidding farewell during the concert at Woburn Abbey
Turner bidding farewell during the concert at Woburn Abbey
  1. "Steamy Windows"
  2. "Typical Male"
  3. "Foreign Affair"
  4. "Undercover Agent for the Blues"
  5. "Ask Me How I Feel"
  6. "We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)"
  7. "Private Dancer"
  8. "I Can't Stand the Rain"
  9. "Nutbush City Limits"
  10. "Addicted to Love"
  11. "The Best"
  12. "I Don't Wanna Lose You"
  13. "What's Love Got to Do with It?"
  14. "Let's Stay Together"
  15. "Proud Mary"
  16. "What You Get Is What You See"
  17. "Show Some Respect"
  18. "Better Be Good to Me"
  19. "Be Tender with Me Baby"
  • During the April 27th concert at the Sportpaleis in Antwerp, Turner performed "You Can't Stop Me Loving You" and "Look Me in the Heart".
  • For concerts in Belgium and Italy, Turner performed "Good Times".
  • During the concerts in Oldenburg, Turner performed "New Sensation"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
April 27, 1990 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
April 28, 1990
May 1, 1990 Verona Italy Verona Arena
May 3, 1990 Milan PalaTrussardi
May 4, 1990
May 5, 1990 Turin Stadio Comunale Vittorio Pozzo
May 7, 1990 Rome PalaEUR
May 8, 1990 Cava de' Tirreni Stadio Simonetta Lamberti
May 9, 1990 Florence PalaSport
May 12, 1990 Gothenburg Sweden Scandinavium
May 14, 1990 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Ice Hall
May 15, 1990
May 17, 1990 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
May 18, 1990
May 19, 1990
May 20, 1990 Oslo Norway Valle Hovin
May 22, 1990 Gentofte Denmark Gentofte Stadion
May 24, 1990 Karlsruhe Germany Wildparkstadion
May 26, 1990 Cologne Müngersdorfer Stadion
May 27, 1990 Munich Olympic Stadium
May 29, 1990 Berlin Waldbühne
May 30, 1990
May 31, 1990
June 2, 1990 Stuttgart Neckarstadion
June 3, 1990 Frankfurt Waldstadion
June 4, 1990 Hanover Niedersachsenstadion
June 6, 1990 Oldenburg Messehalle Oldenburg
June 7, 1990
June 9, 1990 Bremen Weserstadion
June 10, 1990 Nuremberg Zeppelinfield
June 13, 1990 Linz Austria Linzer Stadion
June 14, 1990 Vienna Praterstadion
June 16, 1990 Basel Switzerland St. Jakob Stadium
June 17, 1990
June 19, 1990 Dortmund Germany Westfalenhallen
June 20, 1990
June 21, 1990 Essen Grugahalle
June 23, 1990 Rotterdam Netherlands Feyenoord Stadion
June 24, 1990 Maastricht Maastricht Exhibition & Congress Centre
June 26, 1990 Maizières-lès-Metz France Big Bang Schtroumpf Métamorphose
June 28, 1990 Versailles Palace of Versailles
June 30, 1990 Lausanne Switzerland Stade Olympique de la Pontaise
July 1, 1990 Lugano Cornaredo Stadium
July 2, 1990 Lyon France Halle Tony Garnier
July 4, 1990 Madrid Spain Plaza de Toros Las Ventas
July 6, 1990 Barcelona Plaça de Toros La Monumental
July 8, 1990 Gijón Estadio El Molinón
July 11, 1990 Aix-en-Provence France Stade Pratèsi
July 14, 1990 Birmingham England NEC Arena
July 15, 1990
July 17, 1990
July 18, 1990
July 19, 1990
July 21, 1990 Gateshead Gateshead International Stadium
July 22, 1990
July 24, 1990 Ipswich Portman Road
July 25, 1990
July 28, 1990 Woburn Woburn Abbey
July 29, 1990
August 1, 1990 Lüneburg Germany Flugplatz Lüneburg
August 7, 1990 Albenga Italy Stadio Comunale Annibale Riva
August 9, 1990 Bari Stadio San Nicola
August 11, 1990 Catanzaro Stadio Comunale di Cantanzaro
August 13, 1990 Viareggio Stadio dei Pini
August 15, 1990 Lignano Sabbiadoro Stadio Comunale Teghil
August 16, 1990 Bolzano Bolzano Airport
August 18, 1990 Velika Gorica Yugoslavia Gradski Stadion Velika Gorica
August 19, 1990 Belgrade Zemun Stadium
August 24, 1990 Utrecht Netherlands Stadion Nieuw-Galgenwaard
August 25, 1990 Berlin Germany Wiesensee
August 26, 1990 Hockenheim Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg
August 28, 1990 Athens Greece Nikos Goumas Stadium
August 30, 1990 Floriana Malta The Granaries[5][6][7]
September 2, 1990 Leipzig Germany Zentralstadion
September 5, 1990 Karlsruhe Wildparkstadion
September 6, 1990 Budapest Hungary Hidegkuti Nándor Stadium
September 8, 1990 Vienna Austria Praterstadion
September 11, 1990 Brussels Belgium Forest National
September 12, 1990
September 16, 1990 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
September 17, 1990 Belfast Northern Ireland King's Hall Complex Grounds
September 19, 1990 London England Wembley Arena
September 20, 1990
September 21, 1990
September 22, 1990
September 24, 1990
September 25, 1990
September 26, 1990
September 29, 1990 Lisbon Portugal Estádio José Alvalade
October 1, 1990 A Coruña Spain Estadio Riazor
October 2, 1990 Bilbao Plaza de Toros de Vista Alegre
October 3, 1990 Madrid Vicente Calderón Stadium
October 5, 1990 Barcelona Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc
October 6, 1990
October 7, 1990 Aixovall Andorra Estadi Comunal d'Aixovall
October 9, 1990 Zaragoza Spain Estadio de la Romareda
October 10, 1990 Toulouse France Palais des Sports de Toulouse
October 11, 1990 Bordeaux Patinoire de Mériadeck
October 13, 1990 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
October 15, 1990 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
October 16, 1990
October 17, 1990 Nantes Le Grand Palais
October 19, 1990 Lille Palais des sports Saint-Sauveur
October 20, 1990 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle Frankfurt
October 21, 1990 Munich Olympiahalle
October 22, 1990 Cologne Kölner Sporthalle
October 24, 1990 Birmingham England NEC Arena
October 25, 1990
October 27, 1990 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena
October 28, 1990
October 29, 1990
October 31, 1990 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
November 1, 1990 Heerenveen Netherlands Isstadion Thialf
November 2, 1990 Rotterdam Ahoy Rotterdam
November 3, 1990
November 4, 1990


  • Bass guitar: Bob Fiet
  • Dancers: Annie Behringer and LeJeune Richardson
  • Drums: Jack Bruno
  • Guitar: John Miles and James Ralston
  • Keyboards: Timmy Cappello and Ollie Marland
  • Percussion: Timmy Capello
  • Piano: Kenny Moore
  • Saxophone: Timmy Cappello
  • Supporting vocals: Timmy Cappello, John Miles, Ollie Marland, Kenny Moore and James Ralston

Broadcasts and recordings


The groundbreaking tour was filmed at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, Spain and was released on VHS.

The concert at Woburn Abbey was filmed and part of which was used in an MTV mini documentary, promoting Turner's tour. The intro to this show was used as part of an interview with Turner and the music video to 'Be tender' is the encore to this show. It is available on YouTube and the single for the song. There are no known copies of the full-length in circulation.

The concert at Pallatrussadi, Milan was filmed and was also used as part of the MTV film. The concert opened with 'The best'. Turner wore a different outfit to the rest of the shows of the tour for this concert. Although the real professional, multi-camera recording is not in circulation, there is a fan-shot, full-length video of the concert on YouTube.


  1. ^ Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Community Development Project. "Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–". Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Retrieved January 2, 2018. 
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  3. ^ a b "Tina ends European tour and will take a year off". Jet. Johnson Publishing Company. 79 (7): 35. 1990-11-26. 
  4. ^ "Tina Turner: Still sexy and going strong". Jet. Johnson Publishing Company. 78 (13): 60. 1990-07-09. This is definitely my last tour [...] and I mean it! 
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  7. ^

External links

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