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The Long Goodbye Tour

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The Long Goodbye Tour
Concert by Deep Purple
Location Europe, North America, South America
Associated album Infinite
Start date May 13, 2017
End date July 16, 2018
Legs 6
No. of shows 74
Deep Purple concert chronology
  • Deep Purple World Tour 2016
    (2016)
  • The Long Goodbye Tour
    (2017–2018)

The Long Goodbye Tour is a concert tour by British hard rock band Deep Purple in support for their 20th studio album, Infinite.

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Contents

Background

Drummer Ian Paice suffered a minor stroke in June 2016, which affected his right hand, knuckles, thumbs and fingers.[1] This led to some Deep Purple concerts in Scandinavia being cancelled, and were the first of the band's shows he had missed since Deep Purple's formation in 1968.[2]

At the time of the Long Goodbye Tour's announcement in December 2016, Paice told the Heavyworlds website it "may be the last big tour", adding that the band "don't know". He described the tour as being long in duration, and said: "We haven't made any hard, fast plans, but it becomes obvious that you cannot tour the same way you did when you were 21. It becomes more and more difficult. People have other things in their lives, which take time. But never say never."[3]

Deep Purple's latest studio album, Infinite, was released on 7 April 2017 and the Long Goodbye Tour will serve as support for the record.

Musicians

Deep Purple will tour, as it has done since 2002, with its 'MK VIII' line-up, comprising:

Special guests

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue Attendance Box office
Europe[4][5]
13 May 2017 Bucharest Romania Romexpo
14 May 2017 Sofia Bulgaria Arena Armeec [6]
16 May 2017 Zagreb Croatia Zagreb Arena
17 May 2017 Vienna Austria Stadthalle
19 May 2017 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
20 May 2017 Geneva Switzerland SEG Geneva Arena
22 May 2017 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena
23 May 2017 Łódź Poland Atlas Arena
24 May 2017 Katowice Spodek
27 May 2017 Esch-Alzette Luxemburg Rockhal
30 May 2017 Hamburg Germany Barclaycard Arena
1 June 2017 Lille France Le Zénith
2 June 2017 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
3 June 2017 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
6 June 2017 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena
7 June 2017 Dortmund Westfalenhallen 1
9 June 2017 Leipzig Arena Leipzig
10 June 2017 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
13 June 2017 Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena 7,223 / 9,299 $464,820
14 June 2017 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
16 June 2017 Clisson France Hellfest N/A N/A
17 June 2017 Dessel Belgium Graspop Metal Meeting
22 June 2017 Rome Italy PalaLottomatica
24 June 2017 Hinwil Switzerland Rock the Ring N/A N/A
26 June 2017 Casalecchio di Reno Italy Unipol Arena
27 June 2017 Assago Mediolanum Forum
28 June 2017 Monte Carlo Monaco Salle des Etoiles
30 June 2017 Bilbao Spain Bizkaia Arena
1 July 2017 Barcelona Barcelona Rock Fest [7] N/A N/A
3 July 2017 Madrid Barclaycard Center
4 July 2017 Lisbon Portugal MEO Arena
North America[4]
12 August 2017 Las Vegas United States The Chelsea
13 August 2017 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
15 August 2017 Phoenix Ak-Chin Pavilion
16 August 2017 Albuquerque Isleta Amphitheater
18 August 2017 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
19 August 2017 Dallas Starplex Pavilion
23 August 2017 Bristow Jiffy Lube Live
24 August 2017 Camden BB&T Pavilion
26 August 2017 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater
27 August 2017 Mansfield Xfinity Center
28 August 2017 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center
30 August 2017 Noblesville Klipsch Music Center
1 September 2017 Burgettstown KeyBank Pavilion
2 September 2017 Toronto Canada Budweiser Stage
3 September 2017 Clarkston United States DTE Energy Music Theatre
6 September 2017 Tinley Park Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
8 September 2017 Maryland Heights Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
9 September 2017 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
10 September 2017 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
Europe[4][8]
6 November 2017 Stockholm Sweden Annexet
8 November 2017 Trondheim Norway Trondheim Spektrum
9 November 2017 Oslo Oslo Spektrum
11 November 2017 Helsinki Finland Jaahalli
13 November 2017 Copenhagen Denmark Valby Hallen
17 November 2017 Birmingham England Barclaycard Arena
18 November 2017 Manchester Manchester Arena
20 November 2017 Cardiff Wales Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
22 November 2017 Glasgow Scotland The SSE Hydro
23 November 2017 London England The O2 Arena 11,138 / 12,269 $824,427
South America[4]
6 December 2017 Buenos Aires Argentina Tecnópolis
8 December 2017 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena
12 December 2017[a] Curitiba Brazil Pedreira Paulo Leminski N/A N/A
13 December 2017[b] São Paulo Allianz Parque
15 December 2017[c] Rio de Janeiro Jeunesse Arena
Mexico
4 May 2018 Mexico City Mexico Heaven and Hell Festival N/A N/A
Europe
30 May 2018 Moscow Russia Olympijsky
1 June 2018 St. Petersburg Ledovy Dvorets
3 June 2018 Riga Latvia Arena
4 June 2018 Minsk Belarus Minsk Arena
6 June 2018 Kiev Ukraine Sports Palace
9 June 2018 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall
9 July 2018 Verona Italy Arena di Verona
11 July 2018 Turin Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi
13 July 2018 Aix Les Bains France Musillac Festival
16 July 2018 St Malo du Bois Sparkassen Park
20 July 2018 Hamina Finland Bastion
21 July 2018 Tammisari Stallorsparken
23 July 2018 Rattvik Sweden Dalhalla
Total

Setlists

During the tour, the band performed five songs from the new album Infinite: "Time For Bedlam", "All I Got Is You", "The Surprising", "Johnny's Band" and "Birds of Prey". The song "Hip Boots" was played a few times late 2015 before the release of the album.

Notes

  1. ^ The December 12, 2017 concert at the Pedreira Paulo Leminski in Curitiba was part of the Solid Rock Festival.
  2. ^ The December 13, 2017 concert at the Allianz Parque in São Paulo was part of the Solid Rock Festival.
  3. ^ The December 15, 2017 concert at the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro was part of the Solid Rock Festival.

References

  1. ^ Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice suffers stroke - Team Rock. 17 June 2016. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  2. ^ Message from Ian Paice - DeepPurple.com. 16 June 2016. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  3. ^ IAN PAICE: DEEP PURPLE Hasn't Decided Yet If 'Long Goodbye' Will Be Band's Last Big Tour - Blabbermouth.net. 20 January 2017. Retrieved 22 January 2017.
  4. ^ a b c d "Current Tour Dates". Deep Purple Official Website. 
  5. ^ Boxscore leg 1:
  6. ^ "Deep Purple - The Long Goodbye - Official Event". facebook.com. December 2016. Retrieved 19 December 2016. 
  7. ^ "Line up". rockfestbarcelona.com. 2016. Retrieved 19 December 2016. 
  8. ^ Boxscore leg 3:
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