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One for All World Tour

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One for All World Tour
Tour by Bee Gees
Associated albumOne
Start dateApril 10, 1989 (1989-04-10)
End dateDecember 7, 1989 (1989-12-07)
Legs4
No. of shows47
Bee Gees concert chronology

One for All World Tour is the ninth concert tour by the Bee Gees in support of their eighteenth studio album One. The tour began on 10 April 1989 in Tokyo, Japan and ended on 7 December 1989 in Matsuyama, Japan.

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Contents

Background

In early 1988, the Bee Gees began recording One as their studio album after E.S.P. They stopped recording due to the death of their younger brother Andy Gibb on 10 March 1988. They continued recording in Mayfair Studios from November to December 1988 and February to March 1989. Just after they released their album, the brothers began touring in Japan, Europe, North America, Oceania and back to Japan. The full concert at the National Tennis Centre in Melbourne, Australia in November 1989 was released as a concert video entitled One for All Tour on 10 April 1991. During the DVD era, it was re-released as The Very Best of The Bee Gees Live! in 1997.

Set List

  1. "Ordinary Lives"
  2. "Giving up the Ghost"
  3. "To Love Somebody"
  4. "I've Gotta Get a Message to You"
  5. "One"
  6. "Tokyo Nights"
  7. "Words"
  8. "Juliet"
  9. First Medley: "New York Mining Disaster 1941", "Holiday", "Too Much Heaven"
  10. Second Medley: "Heartbreaker", "Islands in the Stream"
  11. Third Medley: "Run to Me", "World"
  12. "Spicks and Specks" (Only performed in Oceania)
  13. "Lonely Days"
  14. "How Deep Is Your Love"
  15. "It's My Neighborhood"
  16. "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart"
  17. "House of Shame"
  18. "I Started a Joke"
  19. "Massachusetts"
  20. "Stayin' Alive"
  21. "Nights on Broadway"
  22. "Jive Talkin'"
  23. "You Win Again"
  24. "You Should Be Dancing"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Europe
May 3, 1989 Dortmund Germany Westfallenhalle
May 5, 1989 Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy
May 7, 1989
May 9, 1989 Copenhagen Denmark Hvidovre Stadion
May 11, 1989 Nuremberg Germany Frankenhalle
May 13, 1989
May 16, 1989 Frankfurt Festhalle
May 17, 1989
May 19, 1989 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
May 20, 1989
May 21, 1989 Vienna Austria Stadthalle
May 22, 1989 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
May 24, 1989 Mannheim Isstadion
May 25, 1989
May 27, 1989 Berlin Waldbuhne Amphitheater
May 28, 1989
June 1, 1989 London England Wembley Arena
June 2, 1989
June 8, 1989 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris
June 10, 1989 Brussels Belgium Jubelpark
June 30, 1989 St. Goarshausen Germany Freilichtbühne Loreley
July 1, 1989 Hanover Niedersachsenstadion
North America
July 29, 1989 Saint Paul, Minnesota United States Harriet Island
July 31, 1989 Hoffman Estates, Illinois Poplar Creek Music Theater
August 1, 1989 Clarkston, Michigan Pine Knob Music Theater
August 3, 1989 Columbia, Maryland Merriweather Post Pavilion
August 4, 1989 Philadelphia Mann Music Center
August 6, 1989 Holmdel Garden State Arts Center
August 9, 1989 New York City Radio City Music Hall
August 10, 1989
August 12, 1989 Mansfield, Massachusetts Great Woods Amphitheater
August 13, 1989 Saratoga Springs, New York Saratoga Performing Arts Center
August 15, 1989 Montreal Canada Montreal Forum
August 16, 1989 Toronto CNE Grandstand
August 19, 1989 Wantagh, New York United States Jones Beach Theater
August 21, 1989 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Center
August 23, 1989 Atlanta Lakewood Amphitheatre
August 26, 1989 Las Vegas Aladdin Theater
August 30, 1989 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre
August 31, 1989
September 2, 1989 Mountain View, California Shoreline Amphitheatre
Australia
November 7, 1989 Canberra Australia Bruce Indoor Stadium
November 9, 1989 Adelaide Apollo Entertainment Centre
November 17, 1989 Melbourne National Tennis Centre
November 18, 1989
Japan
November 28, 1989 Yokohama Japan Yokohama Arena
December 7, 1989 Matsuyama Kenmin Bunka Kaikan

Tour band

References

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