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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Humanz Tour
Tour by Gorillaz
HumanzTour2017.jpg
Poster for the November 2017 Paris shows
Associated albumsHumanz
Start date8 July 2017
End date30 March 2018
Legs6
No. of shows53 total
  • 23 in Europe
  • 20 in North America
  • 7 in Latin America
  • 3 in Asia
Gorillaz concert chronology

The Humanz Tour was a concert tour by the British alternative rock virtual band Gorillaz, in support of their fifth studio album Humanz.[1][2]

Personnel

  • Damon Albarn – lead vocals, keyboards, piano, acoustic and electric guitar, melodica, keytar
  • Mike Smith – keyboards, backing vocals
  • Jeff Woottonlead guitar
  • Seye Adelekan – bass guitar, ukulele, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • Gabriel Wallace – drums, percussion
  • Jesse Hackett – keyboards
  • Karl Vanden Bossche – drums, percussion
  • Angel Silvera - backing vocals
  • Petra Luke - backing vocals, vocals on "DARE"
  • Rebecca Freckleton - backing vocals, vocals on "DARE"
  • Michelle Ndegwa - backing vocals, vocals on "Out of Body" & "Kids with Guns"
  • Matthew Allen - backing vocals
  • Marcus Anthony Johnson - backing vocals (Select dates only)
  • Adeleye Omotayo - backing vocals (Select dates only)
  • Demon Strings - Strings (Birmingham & London shows only)

Guest collaborators and additional musicians

  • Jamie Principle - vocals on "Sex Murder Party" & "Hollywood" (Select dates only)
  • Peven Everett - vocals on "Strobelite" & "Stylo" (Select dates only)
  • Vince Staples - rap on "Ascension" & "Clint Eastwood" (Select dates only)
  • Zebra Katz - rap on "Sex Murder Party" & "Out of Body" (Select dates only)
  • Kilo Kish - vocals on "19-2000" & "Out of Body" (Select dates only)
  • Little Simz - rap on "Garage Palace", "We Got the Power" & "Clint Eastwood" (Select dates only)
  • Anthony Hamilton - vocals on "Carnival" (Chicago & First San Francisco show only)
  • Hypnotic Brass Ensemble - brass on "Broken" (Chicago & London shows only)
  • Pusha T - rap on "Let Me Out" (Select dates only)
  • Del the Funky Homosapien - rap on "Clint Eastwood" (Select dates only)
  • De La Soul - rap on "Momentz", "Superfast Jellyfish" & "Feel Good Inc." (Select dates only)
  • Bootie Brown - rap on "Dirty Harry" & "Stylo" (Select dates only)
  • Carly Simon - vocals on "Ticker Tape" (Boston only)
  • Kali Uchis - vocals on "She's My Collar" (Select dates only)
  • Kelela - vocals on "Busted and Blue" & "Submission" (Quebec City only)
  • Danny Brown - rap on "Submission" (Select dates only)
  • Yukimi Nagano - vocals on "Empire Ants" (First San Francisco show only)
  • D.R.A.M. - vocals on "Andromeda" & "We Got the Power" (Select dates only)
  • Jehnny Beth - vocals on "We Got the Power" and "5/4" (Select dates only)
  • Mos Def - rap on "Stylo" & "Sweepstakes" (New York City & London shows only)
  • Eslam Jawaad - rap on "Clint Eastwood" (Dubai only)
  • Faia Younan - vocals on "Busted and Blue" (Dubai only)
  • Popcaan - rap on "Saturnz Barz" (Paris shows only)
  • Pauline Black - vocals on "Charger" - Alternate version (Select dates only)
  • Gruff Rhys - vocals and guitar on "Superfast Jellyfish" (London shows only)
  • Noel Gallagher - vocals and guitar on "We Got the Power" (London shows only)
  • Graham Coxon - guitar on "We Got the Power" (London shows only)
  • Roses Gabor - vocals on "DARE" (London shows only)
  • Shaun Ryder - vocals on "DARE" (London shows only)

Visuals

Described as "a totally immersive interactive experience with the audience" by frontman Damon Albarn[3], the Humanz Tour utilizes a large screen behind the band to project music videos and visuals alongside live music, much like the band's previous tours. Humanz collaborators who are unable to present themselves for the concert are represented by pre-recorded video,[4] a technique previously utilized in Demon Days Live. The set and production for the tour was designed by London-based design studio Block9.[3]

Set list

The following setlist is obtained from the concert held at the Huntington Bank Pavilion on 8 July 2017. It is not a representation of all shows on the tour.

Huntington Bank Pavilion, Chicago
  1. "Ascension" (featuring Vince Staples)
  2. "Last Living Souls"
  3. "Saturnz Barz"
  4. "Charger"
  5. "Rhinestone Eyes"
  6. "Sex Murder Party" (featuring Jamie Principle and Zebra Katz)
  7. "She's My Collar"
  8. "Busted and Blue"
  9. "El Mañana"
  10. "Carnival" (featuring Anthony Hamilton)
  11. "Broken" (featuring Hypnotic Brass Ensemble)
  12. "Andromeda"
  13. "Strobelite" (featuring Peven Everett)
  14. "Out of Body" (featuring Zebra Katz and Imani Vonshà)
  15. "Garage Palace" (featuring Little Simz)
  16. "We Got the Power" (featuring Little Simz)
Encore
  1. "Stylo" (featuring Peven Everett)
  2. "Kids with Guns"
  3. "Clint Eastwood" (featuring Del the Funky Homosapien)
  4. "Don't Get Lost in Heaven"
  5. "Demon Days"

Songs performed

Songs performed

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country and venue.[5][6][7]
Date City Country Venue Opening act
North America Leg 1
8 July 2017 Chicago United States Huntington Bank Pavilion Little Simz
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
10 July 2017 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre Vince Staples
12 July 2017 Boston United States Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
13 July 2017 Philadelphia Penn's Landing
15 July 2017[a] Quebec City Canada Plains of Abraham Kelela
Danny Brown
17 July 2017 Columbia United States Merriweather Post Pavilion Vince Staples
Danny Brown
Asia Leg 1
28 July 2017[b] Yuzawa Japan Naeba Ski Resort N/A
30 July 2017[c] Icheon South Korea Jisan Forest Ski Resort N/A
North America Leg 2
11 August 2017[d] San Francisco United States Golden Gate Park N/A
16 September 2017[e] New York City Citi Field N/A
18 September 2017 Detroit Fox Theatre Vince Staples
20 September 2017 St. Paul Roy Wilkins Auditorium Vince Staples
Danny Brown
22 September 2017 Kansas City Sprint Center
24 September 2017[f] Las Vegas Downtown Las Vegas N/A
26 September 2017 Denver Red Rocks Amphitheatre Vince Staples
30 September 2017 Seattle KeyArena
4 October 2017 San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium Vince Staples
Danny Brown
5 October 2017 Inglewood The Forum Vince Staples
8 October 2017[g] Austin Zilker Park N/A
11 October 2017 Duluth Infinite Energy Arena D.R.A.M.
13 October 2017[h] Miami Mana Wynwood Conventions Center N/A
15 October 2017[i] Austin Zilker Park N/A
Asia Leg 2
27 October 2017[j] Dubai United Arab Emirates Autism Rocks Arena N/A
Europe
1 November 2017 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg Rockhal Little Simz
2 November 2017 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
4 November 2017 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena
5 November 2017 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
6 November 2017 Stockholm Sweden Hovet
8 November 2017 Zürich Switzerland Samsung Hall
9 November 2017 Geneva SEG Geneva Arena
11 November 2017 Munich Germany Zenith
13 November 2017 Budapest Hungary László Papp Budapest Sportaréna Remi Kabaka
(DJ Set)
14 November 2017 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena
17 November 2017 Berlin Germany Max-Schmeling-Halle Little Simz
18 November 2017 Düsseldorf Mitsubishi Electric Halle
19 November 2017 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
21 November 2017 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
22 November 2017 Brussels Belgium Forest National
24 November 2017 Paris France Zénith Paris
25 November 2017
27 November 2017 Brighton United Kingdom Brighton Centre
29 November 2017 Glasgow The SSE Hydro Remi Kabaka
(DJ Set)
1 December 2017 Manchester Manchester Arena Little Simz
2 December 2017 Birmingham Arena Birmingham
4 December 2017 London The O2 Arena
5 December 2017
Latin America
13 December 2017[k] Montevideo Uruguay Velódromo Municipal de Montevideo Juana Molina
Atlas
16 December 2017[l] Buenos Aires Argentina Tecnópolis N/A
18 March 2018[m] Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol N/A
20 March 2018 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena N/A
24 March 2018[n] Bogotá Colombia Parque Deportivo de Bogotá N/A
27 March 2018[o] Asunción Paraguay Espacio Idesa N/A
30 March 2018 São Paulo Brazil Jockey Club de São Paulo N/A

Notes

  1. ^ The show on 15 July 2017 in Quebec City was part of the Quebec City Summer Festival.
  2. ^ The show on 28 July 2017 in Yuzawa was part of the Fuji Rock Festival.
  3. ^ The show on 30 July 2017 in Icheon was part of the Jisan Valley Rock Festival.
  4. ^ The show on 11 August 2017 in San Francisco was part of the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival.
  5. ^ The show on 16 September 2017 in New York City was part of The Meadows Music & Arts Festival.
  6. ^ The show on 24 September 2017 in Las Vegas was part of the Life Is Beautiful Festival.
  7. ^ The show on 8 October 2017 in Austin was part of the Austin City Limits Music Festival.
  8. ^ The show on 13 October 2017 in Miami was part of the III Points Music, Art, and Technology Festival.
  9. ^ The show on 15 October 2017 in Austin was part of the Austin City Limits Music Festival.
  10. ^ The show on 27 October 2017 in Dubai was part of the Fiesta De Los Muertos Festival.
  11. ^ The show on 13 December 2017 in Montevideo was part of the Primavera 0 Festival.
  12. ^ The show on 16 December 2017 in Buenos Aires was part of the BUE Festival.
  13. ^ The show on 18 March 2018 in Mexico City was part of the Vive Latino Festival.
  14. ^ The show on 24 March 2018 in Bogotá was part of the Estéreo Picnic Festival.
  15. ^ The show on 27 March 2018 in Asunción was part of the Asunciónico Festival.

References

  1. ^ "Gorillaz Announce 'Humanz' Tour Dates, Join Life Is Beautiful Festival 2017 Lineup". Billboard. Retrieved 24 April 2017.
  2. ^ "Gorillaz announce first North American tour in 7 years..." Retrieved 24 April 2017.
  3. ^ a b Wired (2 December 2018). "How Gorillaz Embraced Tech to Bring Their Global Tour to Life". Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  4. ^ Telekom Electronic Beats (7 April 2017). "GORILLAZ 'ASCENSION' Live at Printworks London". Retrieved 24 April 2017 – via YouTube.
  5. ^ "Gorillaz – Tour Dates". Retrieved 24 April 2017.
  6. ^ "Gorillaz – Humanz Tour 2017". Retrieved 2 May 2017.
  7. ^ "Gorillaz Calendar 2017, Tour Dates & Concerts – Songkick". Retrieved 29 May 2017.
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