Pump Tour

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Pump Tour
Tour by Aerosmith
PumpTour.jpg
Associated album Pump
Start date October 18, 1989 (1989-10-18)
End date October 15, 1990 (1990-10-15)
Legs 9
No. of shows 166
Aerosmith concert chronology

The Pump Tour was a concert tour by American hard rock band Aerosmith that lasted twelve months, from mid-October 1989 to mid-October 1990. The tour was put on in support of the band's second consecutive multi-platinum album Pump, released in September 1989.

Background

The Pump Tour saw the band continue its successful streak, on the heels of 1987's Permanent Vacation and its associated tour. During the course of the tour, the band charted four Top 40 singles from Pump. By the end of the tour, Pump had sold four million copies, eventually selling seven million copies.[1]

This tour was notable as it saw Aerosmith's first return to Europe since 1977, as well as the band's first-ever performances in Australia. In addition, this tour saw the band tour North America on numerous legs, as well as perform a series of dates in Japan.[2][3]

Special performances on the Howard Stern Show, Saturday Night Live, and MTV Unplugged were interspersed during the course of the tour.[3][4]

Opening acts on this tour included Skid Row, Joan Jett, The Cult, Poison, Warrant, Metallica, and The Black Crowes. Some of these acts were regular openers, while some opened for Aerosmith only at specific festivals or stadium shows.[3][5]

During the tour, the band got to meet some of their idols. Steven Tyler met Mick Jagger backstage at a Rolling Stones concert, only the second time he had met him, and the first time he met him while sober.[6] In addition, the band met Robert Plant[7] and Jimmy Page, who saw the band perform on separate occasions in England. At one show, Page jammed with the band on "Train Kept A-Rollin'", and at another show, he played an extended set with the band at the Marquee Club in London.[8]

For this tour, the band employed the use of a Citation II private plane, which the band named "Aeroforce One". The plane was formerly used by Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos.[9]

In September 1990, towards the end of the tour, A&R man John Kalodner remarked how Aerosmith were "maybe the biggest band in the world", thinking "Nobody else is this good right now."[10]

Tour dates

[3] [11]

Date City Country Venue Tickets Sold / Available Revenue
Europe
October 18, 1989 Cologne Germany Sartory-Saal
October 20, 1989 Florence Italy Palasport
October 21, 1989 Milan Palatrussardi
October 24, 1989 Paris France Le Zénith de Paris
October 25, 1989 Brussels Belgium Forest National
October 27, 1989 Arnhem Netherlands Rijnhal
October 29, 1989 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
October 30, 1989 Würzburg Carl-Diệm-Halle
November 1, 1989 Berlin Deutschlandhalle
November 2, 1989 Münster Halle Münsterland
November 4, 1989 Hanover Eilenreiderhalle
November 5, 1989 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
November 7, 1989 Böblingen Sporthalle
November 8, 1989 Mannheim Maimarkthalle
November 10, 1989 Copenhagen Denmark K.B. Hallen
November 11, 1989 Stockholm Sweden Johanneshovs Isstadion
November 14, 1989 London England Hammersmith Odeon
November 15, 1989
November 17, 1989 Wembley Arena
November 18, 1989 Birmingham National Exhibition Centre
November 19, 1989
November 21, 1989 Newcastle upon Tyne Newcastle City Hall
November 22, 1989 Livingston Scotland Livingston Forum
November 24, 1989 Belfast Northern Ireland Nugent Hall
November 25, 1989 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
November 26, 1989 London England Wembley Arena
North America
December 15, 1989 Charleston, West Virginia United States Charleston Civic Center 9,000 / 12,000 $165,438
December 17, 1989 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre 17,399 / 17,399 $391,477
December 18, 1989 Wheeling, West Virginia Wheeling Civic Center
December 20, 1989 Roanoke, Virginia Roanoke Civic Center
December 22, 1989 Richmond, Virginia Richmond Coliseum
December 27, 1989 Springfield, Massachusetts Springfield Civic Center 16,928 / 18,300 $366,345
December 28, 1989 New Haven, Connecticut New Haven Coliseum
December 30, 1989 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Garden 38,740 / 38,740 $889,245
December 31, 1989
January 1, 1990
January 3, 1990 Ottawa, Ontario Canada Ottawa Civic Centre
January 4, 1990 Montreal Montreal Forum
January 6, 1990 Toronto, Ontario SkyDome
January 9, 1990 Springfield, Massachusetts United States Springfield Civic Center [a] [a]
January 10, 1990 Glens Falls, New York Glens Falls Civic Center 8,100 / 8,100 $182,250
January 12, 1990 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center 13,800 / 13,800 $310,500
January 13, 1990 Rochester, New York Rochester Community War Memorial
January 15, 1990 Uniondale, New York Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
January 16, 1990 New York City Howard Stern Show performed "Hangman Jury" and "Angel"
Binghamton, New York Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
January 18, 1990 Uniondale, New York Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
January 19, 1990 Philadelphia Spectrum
January 21, 1990
January 22, 1990 East Rutherford, New Jersey Brendan Byrne Arena
January 24, 1990 Syracuse, New York Onondaga War Memorial
January 25, 1990 Pittsburgh Civic Arena
January 27, 1990 Louisville, Kentucky Freedom Hall
January 28, 1990 Hershey, Pennsylvania Hersheypark Arena
February 17, 1990 New York City Saturday Night Live performed "Janie's Got a Gun" and "Monkey on My Back"
February 20, 1990 Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center 13,050 / 15,564 $228,612
February 22, 1990 Dallas Reunion Arena
February 24, 1990 Albuquerque, New Mexico Tingley Coliseum 11,800 / 11,800 $206,500
February 25, 1990 Las Cruces, New Mexico Pan American Center 10,569 / 12,007 $180,618
February 27, 1990 Tucson, Arizona Tucson Convention Center Arena
February 28, 1990 Chandler, Arizona Compton Terrace 13,897 / 15,000 $271,006
March 2, 1990 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena 13,166 / 13,166 $270,921
March 3, 1990 Inglewood, California Great Western Forum
March 5, 1990
March 6, 1990
March 9, 1990 Daly City, California Cow Palace
March 10, 1990
March 12, 1990 Sacramento, California ARCO Arena
March 14, 1990 Tacoma, Washington Tacoma Dome
March 15, 1990 Portland, Oregon Memorial Coliseum
March 17, 1990 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
March 19, 1990 Edmonton Northlands Coliseum
March 20, 1990 Calgary Olympic Saddledome
March 22, 1990 Saskatoon Saskatchewan Place
March 24, 1990 Winnipeg Winnipeg Arena
March 25, 1990 Regina, Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts
March 27, 1990 Billings, Montana United States MetraPark Arena
March 28, 1990 Rapid City, South Dakota Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
March 30, 1990 Casper, Wyoming Casper Events Center
March 31, 1990 Salt Lake City Salt Palace
April 17, 1990 Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum 9,105 / 10,000 $179,824
April 19, 1990 Tampa, Florida USF Sun Dome 16,334 / 16,334 $371,599
April 20, 1990
April 22, 1990 Miami Miami Arena 14,706 / 14,706 $334,562
April 23, 1990 North Fort Myers, Florida Lee County Civic Center 9,069 / 9,069 $179,113
April 25, 1990 Orlando, Florida Orlando Arena 10,261 / 15,000 $233,438
April 27, 1990 Chapel Hill, North Carolina Dean Smith Center 14,647 / 19,268 $317,768
April 28, 1990 Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum 14,315 / 15,936 $312,660
April 29, 1990 Columbia, South Carolina Carolina Coliseum 8,559 / 10,500 $180,203
May 2, 1990 Johnson City, Tennessee Freedom Hall Civic Center
May 3, 1990 Lexington, Kentucky Rupp Arena 9,621 / 14,000 $187,610
May 5, 1990 Knoxville, Tennessee Thompson–Boling Arena 11,566 / 14,000 $225,537
May 6, 1990 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
May 7, 1990
May 9, 1990 Savannah, Georgia Savannah Civic Center
May 10, 1990 Tallahassee, Florida Leon County Civic Center
May 12, 1990 Birmingham, Alabama Birmingham–Jefferson Civic Center
May 13, 1990 Jackson, Mississippi Mississippi Coliseum
May 15, 1990 New Orleans Lakefront Arena 10,601 / 10,601 $189,810
May 16, 1990 Shreveport, Louisiana Hirsch Memorial Coliseum 9,609 / 9,609 $172,328
May 18, 1990 Nashville, Tennessee Starwood Amphitheatre
May 19, 1990 Memphis, Tennessee Mid-South Coliseum 10,637 / 10,637 $196,785
May 21, 1990 Huntsville, Alabama Von Braun Civic Center
May 22, 1990 Chattanooga, Tennessee UTC Arena 5,707 / 11,648 $99,345
May 24, 1990 Columbus, Ohio Cooper Stadium 16,800 / 19,000 $375,575
May 25, 1990 Auburn Hills, Michigan The Palace of Auburn Hills 38,506 / 38,506 $866,385
May 27, 1990
May 28, 1990 Noblesville, Indiana Deer Creek Music Center
June 17, 1990 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Stabler Arena 5,515 / 5,515 $122,760
June 19, 1990 Middletown, New York Orange County Speedway
June 20, 1990 Moosic, Pennsylvania Lackawanna County Stadium[12] 12,797 / 15,000 $282,308
June 22, 1990 Old Orchard Beach, Maine Seashore Performing Arts Center 12,123 / 15,000 $261,283
June 23, 1990 Bristol, Connecticut Lake Compounce 16,849 / 20,000 $354,990
June 25, 1990 Mansfield, Massachusetts Great Woods
June 26, 1990
June 27, 1990 Saratoga Springs, New York Saratoga Performing Arts Center
June 29, 1990 Toronto Canada Exhibition Stadium
June 30, 1990 Rochester, New York United States Silver Stadium
July 2, 1990 Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Center
July 3, 1990
July 5, 1990 Kalamazoo, Michigan Wings Stadium
July 6, 1990 Charlevoix, Michigan Castle Farms
July 8, 1990 Peoria, Illinois Peoria Civic Center
July 9, 1990 Omaha, Nebraska Omaha Civic Auditorium
July 11, 1990 Bonner Springs, Kansas Sandstone Amphitheater
July 12, 1990 Valley Center, Kansas Kansas Coliseum
July 14, 1990 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Myriad Convention Center
July 15, 1990 Dallas, Texas Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre
July 17, 1990 St. Louis, Missouri St. Louis Arena
July 18, 1990 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center[13][14]
July 20, 1990 Tinley Park, Illinois World Music Theater
July 21, 1990 East Troy, Wisconsin Alpine Valley Music Theatre
July 23, 1990 Burgettstown, Pennsylvania Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater
July 24, 1990 Philadelphia The Spectrum 17,872 / 17,872 $359,111
July 26, 1990 East Rutherford, New Jersey Brendan Byrne Arena
July 27, 1990 Norfolk, Virginia Norfolk Scope
July 28, 1990 Landover, Maryland Capital Centre
August 11, 1990 New York City MTV Unplugged
Europe
August 15, 1990 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
August 18, 1990 Castle Donington England Donington Park
August 20, 1990 London Marquee Club
August 23, 1990 West Berlin Waldbuhne
August 25, 1990 Dortmund Germany Westfalenhalle
August 26, 1990 Utrecht Netherlands Stadion Galgenwaard
August 30, 1990 Bologna Italy Arena Parco Nord
August 31, 1990 Winterthur Switzerland Winterthurer Musikfestwochen Festival
September 1, 1990 Mannheim Germany Maimarkt-Gelände
September 3, 1990 Paris France Vincennes Racecourse
North America
September 8, 1990 Las Vegas United States Hard Rock Cafe
Asia
September 12, 1990 Osaka Japan Osaka Castle Hall
September 14, 1990 Nagoya Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium
September 16, 1990 Yokohama Yokohama Arena
September 17, 1990 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
September 19, 1990
September 20, 1990
September 22, 1990 Yoyogi National Gymnasium
Australia
September 29, 1990 Adelaide Australia Memorial Drive Park
October 1, 1990 Melbourne National Tennis Centre at Flinders Park
October 2, 1990
October 5, 1990 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
October 7, 1990 Canberra Bruce Stadium
October 10, 1990 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
October 11, 1990
October 15, 1990 Perth Perth Entertainment Centre

Setlist

Average set:

  1. "Heart's Done Time"
  2. "Young Lust"
  3. "F.I.N.E."
  4. "Monkey on My Back"
  5. "Don't Get Mad, Get Even"
  6. "Janie's Got a Gun"
  7. "Permanent Vacation"
  8. "Mama Kin"
  9. "What It Takes"
  10. "Voodoo Medicine Man"
  11. "Red House" (The Jimi Hendrix Experience cover)
  12. "Draw the Line"
  13. "Rag Doll"
  14. "Sweet Emotion"
  15. "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)"
  16. "Dream On"
  17. "Love in an Elevator"

Encore:

  1. "Train Kept A-Rollin'" (Tiny Bradshaw cover)
  2. "Walk This Way"

Notes

  1. ^ a b The score data is representative of the both shows at the Springfield Civic Center on December 27 and January 9 respectively.

References

  1. ^ Davis, S. and Aerosmith: "Walk This Way", page 470-471. Avon, 1997
  2. ^ http://www.aeroforceone.com/index.cfm/pk/content/pid/804156
  3. ^ a b c d http://www.aeroforceone.com/index.cfm?pid=804195
  4. ^ Davis, S. and Aerosmith: "Walk This Way", page 470, 474. Avon, 1997
  5. ^ Davis, S. and Aerosmith: "Walk This Way", page 472-474. Avon, 1997
  6. ^ Davis, S. and Aerosmith: "Walk This Way", page 471. Avon, 1997
  7. ^ Davis, S. and Aerosmith: "Walk This Way", page 472. Avon, 1997
  8. ^ Davis, S. and Aerosmith: "Walk This Way", page 474-475. Avon, 1997
  9. ^ Davis, S. and Aerosmith: "Walk This Way", page 461. Avon, 1997
  10. ^ Davis, S. and Aerosmith: "Walk This Way", page 475. Avon, 1997
  11. ^ 89-90' Pump Tour
  12. ^ http://www.crowesbase.com/tapelisting.cfm?TapeID=1098
  13. ^ http://www.crowesbase.com/tapelisting.cfm?TapeID=1073
  14. ^ http://nl.newsbank.com/nl-search/we/Archives?p_product=DDNB&p_theme=ddnb&p_action=search&p_maxdocs=200&p_topdoc=1&p_text_direct-0=0F4FB0ED91D51E19&p_field_direct-0=document_id&p_perpage=10&p_sort=YMD_date:D&s_trackval=GooglePM
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