Pure Heroine Tour

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Pure Heroine Tour
Tour by Lorde
Associated album Pure Heroine
Start date 28 July 2013 (2013-07-28)
End date 1 November 2014 (2014-11-01)
No. of shows
  • 64 in North America
  • 24 in Oceania
  • 10 in Europe
  • 3 in South America
  • 2 in Asia
  • 103 Total
Lorde concert chronology

The Pure Heroine Tour was the first concert tour by New Zealand recording artist Lorde, in support of her debut studio album, Pure Heroine (2013). The tour began on 28 July 2013 in Byron Bay and ended on 1 November 2014 in Auckland. It played 103 shows across North America, Oceania, Europe, South America, and Asia.

Background

Lorde's first major show was at Splendour in the Grass on 28 July 2013, where she served as a last minute replacement to Frank Ocean, who had to cancel his appearance at the Australian music festival. Prior to this show, Lorde had only performed five public shows in small nightclubs and bars in New Zealand and Australia.[1]

Lorde performed her first shows in the United States on 6 August at (Le) Poisson Rouge, a small nightclub in New York City, and on 8 August at Echoplex in Los Angeles. On 7 August 2013, Lorde announced North American Tour dates to support her debut album, Pure Heroine.[2] Leading up to her September North American dates, she performed in Europe for the first time at a showcase at Clärchens Ballroom in Berlin on 10 September,[3] and at White Heat @ Madame JoJo's in London on 18 September.[4]

On 12 August 2013, Lorde announced via her official Twitter profile that her debut album Pure Heroine would be released on 27 September 2013.[5] On 16 August, she announced an Australian Tour for October, with Oliver Tank supporting her as an opening act. Four shows were initially announced but due to overwhelming demand, extra Sydney and Melbourne shows were added on 19 August.[6]

Tour summary

Lorde embarked on her North America Tour on 24 September to support the release of the album, with Until the Ribbon Breaks serving as the opening act.[7] She played eight shows at venues that had an average capacity of around 1,000 people, which included historic venues such as The Fillmore in San Francisco and Webster Hall in New York City. She performed at four festivals in the United States in December to close out the year, performing at bigger venues for the first time such as KeyArena in Seattle and Oracle Arena in Oakland.[8]

Lorde at Lollapalooza Brazil 2014

Lorde performed at the 2014 Laneway Festival in late January/early February, which included five shows spread across Australia and New Zealand. Due to her appearance at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on 26 January 2014, she was forced to pull out of the Auckland show that was scheduled for 27 January.[9] Instead, she headlined her own show on the festival grounds on 29 January, with local acts Doprah and Watercolours serving as the opening acts.[10] During the show, Lorde revealed to the crowd that she wrote the song Ribs on day of the 2013 Auckland Laneway Festival. She said "we started writing it on a Monday and then at 4pm came to Laneway... It's crazy to think that I'm playing it here after writing it a year ago with this very festival in mind".[11]

Lorde returned to North America in March for 18 shows, with Lo-Fang supporting her as the opening act.[12] Lorde played at larger venues than she did on her first North American Tour in 2013, including venues such as the Orpheum Theatre in Boston, The Fillmore Detroit, and the Fox Theater in Oakland. Lorde performed three sold out shows at Roseland Ballroom in New York City on from 10 March to 12 March, making her the last artist to perform there before Lady Gaga's seven show residency which closed out the venue.[13] After concluding her North American Tour on 27 March, Lorde performed at music festivals in South America, North America. This included Lollapalooza shows in Chile, Argentina, and Brazil and Coachella.[14][15]

On 22 April 2014, Lorde announced that she was sick with a chest infection and general ill health, postponing the planned Australia Tour from April to July.[16] Lorde performed three shows in the United Kingdom from 5 June to 7 June, this included opening for Arcade Fire at Earls Court.[17] In July, Lorde performed her postponed Australia dates, and appeared in Asia for the first time with her appearance at Fuji Rock Festival on 27 July 2014.[18] She followed that up with appearances at Lollapalooza and Osheaga Festival the following week. Lorde's Lollapalooza set was critically well received, with Billboard selecting it as the fifth-best performance of the festival,[19] while Rolling Stone deemed it the best segment of the Chicago event.[20] Lorde completed the Tour with a 24 show North American run and four final shows in New Zealand.[21][22]

Set list

This setlist is representative of the show on 18 March 2014.[23] It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour. Lorde changed the covers as the tour progressed, including Kanye West's "Flashing Lights" and Bon Iver's "Heavenly Father".[24]

  1. "Glory and Gore"
  2. "White Teeth Teens"
  3. "Tennis Court"
  4. "Buzzcut Season"
  5. "Still Sane"
  6. "Swingin Party" (The Replacements cover)
  7. "400 Lux"
  8. "Bravado"
  9. "Biting Down"
  10. "Easy" (Son Lux cover)
  11. "Ribs"
  12. "Hold My Liquor" (Kanye West cover)
  13. "Royals"
  14. "Team"
  15. "A World Alone"

Shows

Date City Country Venue Opening act
Oceania[1]
28 July 2013[a] Byron Bay Australia North Byron Parklands N/A
North America[8]
6 August 2013 New York City United States (Le) Poisson Rouge Until the Ribbon Breaks[25]
8 August 2013 Los Angeles Echoplex Until the Ribbon Breaks
Paul V.[26]
Europe
10 September 2013 Berlin Germany Clärchens Ballroom[3] N/A
18 September 2013 London England White Heat @ Madame JoJo's[4]
North America
24 September 2013 Los Angeles United States The Fonda Theatre[27] Until the Ribbon Breaks[7]
25 September 2013 Belasco Theater
27 September 2013 San Francisco The Fillmore
28 September 2013[b] Seattle Showbox at The Market
30 September 2013 New York City Webster Hall
1 October 2013
3 October 2013 Warsaw
6 October 2013 Toronto Canada Danforth Music Hall
Oceania[6]
16 October 2013 Brisbane Australia The Zoo Oliver Tank
17 October 2013 Sydney The Metro Theatre
18 October 2013
19 October 2013 Canberra Zierholz at UC
21 October 2013 Melbourne The Corner Hotel
22 October 2013
North America
3 December 2013[c] Seattle United States KeyArena N/A
4 December 2013[d] Portland Crystal Ballroom
7 December 2013[e] Oakland Oracle Arena
8 December 2013[f] Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium
Oceania
29 January 2014[g] Auckland New Zealand Silo Park Doprah, Watercolours
31 January 2014[h] Brisbane Australia RNA Showgrounds N/A
1 February 2014[i] Melbourne Footscray Community Arts Centre
2 February 2014[j] Sydney Sydney College of The Arts
8 February 2014[k] Perth The Esplanade
North America[12]
3 March 2014 Austin United States Austin Music Hall Lo-Fang[38]
4 March 2014 Dallas South Side Ballroom
5 March 2014 Houston Bayou Music Center
7 March 2014 Washington, D.C. Echostage
8 March 2014 Upper Darby Tower Theatre
10 March 2014 New York City Roseland Ballroom
11 March 2014
12 March 2014
14 March 2014 Boston Orpheum Theatre
15 March 2014 Toronto Canada Sound Academy
16 March 2014 Detroit United States The Fillmore Detroit
18 March 2014 Chicago Aragon Ballroom
20 March 2014 St. Louis Peabody Opera House
21 March 2014 Kansas City Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
22 March 2014 Denver Fillmore Auditorium
24 March 2014 Seattle WaMu Theater
26 March 2014 Oakland Fox Theater
27 March 2014
South America
30 March 2014[l] Santiago Chile O'Higgins Park N/A
1 April 2014[m] San Isidro Argentina Hipódromo de San Isidro
5 April 2014[n] São Paulo Brazil Autódromo de Interlagos
North America
8 April 2014[o] San Miguel de Allende Mexico Plaza de Toros Oriente N/A
9 April 2014 Mexico City Auditorio BlackBerry
12 April 2014[p] Indio United States Empire Polo Grounds
15 April 2014[q] Las Vegas The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Boulevard Pool[44]
17 April 2014 Phoenix Comerica Theatre Lo-Fang[45]
19 April 2014[r] Indio Empire Polo Grounds N/A
Europe
24 May 2014[s] Glasgow Scotland Glasgow Green N/A
26 May 2014 Utrecht Netherlands TivoliVredenburg Ronda Nick Mulvey[48]
29 May 2014 Berlin Germany Columbiahalle Dance on the Tightrope[49]
31 May 2014[t] Lisbon Portugal Parque da Bela Vista N/A
1 June 2014[u] Paris France Parc de Bagatelle
5 June 2014 London England O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire Lo-Fang[52]
6 June 2014 Brixton O2 Academy Brixton
7 June 2014[v] London Earls Court N/A
Oceania[53]
5 July 2014 Perth Australia HBF Stadium SAFIA[54]
8 July 2014 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
11 July 2014 Sydney Hordern Pavilion
12 July 2014
15 July 2014 Melbourne Festival Hall
16 July 2014
19 July 2014 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
20 July 2014 Brisbane Riverstage
Asia
27 July 2014[w] Niigata Japan Naeba Ski Resort N/A
29 July 2014 Tokyo Shinagawa Stellar Ball
North America[21]
1 August 2014[x] Chicago United States Grant Park N/A
3 August 2014[y] Montreal Canada Parc Jean-Drapeau
5 September 2014 Philadelphia United States The Mann Center Majical Cloudz
6 September 2014[z] Boston City Plaza Hall N/A
7 September 2014 Lewiston Artpark Amphitheater Majical Cloudz
11 September 2014[aa] Ottawa Canada Hog's Back Park N/A
12 September 2014 Toronto Echo Beach Majical Cloudz
14 September 2014 New York City United States Pier 97, Hudson River Park
15 September 2014 United Palace Theatre
16 September 2014
18 September 2014 Raleigh Red Hat Amphitheater
19 September 2014[ab] Atlanta Piedmont Park N/A
20 September 2014[ac] Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
22 September 2014 Nashville Grand Ole Opry House Majical Cloudz
23 September 2014 Columbus Lifestyle Communities Pavilion
24 September 2014 Cleveland Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
26 September 2014 Milwaukee BMO Harris Pavilion
27 September 2014 Council Bluffs Harrah's Stir Concert Cove
29 September 2014 Bloomfield 1stBank Center
30 September 2014 Las Vegas The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel
2 October 2014 Berkeley Greek Theatre
6 October 2014 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
7 October 2014
9 October 2014 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl
10 October 2014 San Diego Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
12 October 2014[ad] Austin Zilker Park N/A
Oceania[1]
27 October 2014 Christchurch New Zealand Horncastle Arena Yumi Zouma[62]
29 October 2014 Dunedin Dunedin Town Hall
31 October 2014 Wellington TSB Bank Arena
1 November 2014 Auckland Vector Arena

Postponed shows

List of postponed concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for postponment
Date City Country Venue Reason
Oceania
27 January 2014[ae] Auckland New Zealand Silo Park Scheduling Conflict[9]
24 April 2014 Melbourne Australia Festival Hall Chest infection[16]
26 April 2014
27 April 2014 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
29 April 2014 Perth Challenge Stadium
2 May 2014 Sydney Hordern Pavilion
3 May 2014
4 May 2014 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
6 May 2014 Brisbane Riverstage

Notes

  1. ^ The 28 July 2013 show was part of Splendour in the Grass 2013
  2. ^ The 28 July 2013 show was part of Decibel Festival 2013[28]
  3. ^ The 3 December 2013 show was part of Deck the Hall Ball 2013[29]
  4. ^ The 4 December 2013 show was part of KNRK's December to Remember 2013[30]
  5. ^ The 7 December 2013 show was part of Live 105's Not So Silent Night 2013[31]
  6. ^ The 8 December 2013 show was part of KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas 2013[32]
  7. ^ The 29 January 2014 show was part of Laneway Festival Auckland 2013[33]
  8. ^ The 31 January 2014 show was part of Laneway Festival Brisbane 2014[34]
  9. ^ The 1 February 2014 show was part of Laneway Festival Melbourne 2014[35]
  10. ^ The 2 February 2014 show was part of Laneway Festival Sydney 2014[36]
  11. ^ The 8 February 2014 show was part of Laneway Festival Fremantle 2014[37]
  12. ^ The 30 March 2014 show was part of Lollapalooza Chile 2014[14]"Lollapalooza Chile + Argentina 2014 lineups: Arcade Fire, Nine Inch Nails, Lorde". Consequence of Sound. 4 November 2013. Retrieved 9 September 2017. </ref>
  13. ^ The 1 April 2014 show was part of Lollapalooza Argentina 2014[39]
  14. ^ The 5 April 2014 show was part of Lollapalooza Brazil 2014[40]
  15. ^ The 8 April 2014 show was part of San Miguel Sound 2014[41]
  16. ^ The 12 April 2014 show was part of Coachella 2014[42]
  17. ^ The 15 April 2014 show was part of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ Valley to Vegas: Spring Concert Series 2014[43]
  18. ^ The 19 April 2014 show was part of Coachella 2014[46]
  19. ^ The 24 May 2014 show was part of BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend 2014[47]
  20. ^ The 31 May 2014 show was part of Rock in Rio Lisbon 2014[50]
  21. ^ The 1 June 2014 show was part of We Love Green 2014[51]
  22. ^ Lorde opened for Arcade Fire on 7 June 2014[17]
  23. ^ The 27 July 2014 show was part of Fuji Rock Festival 2014
  24. ^ The 1 August 2014 show was part of Lollapalooza 2014[55]
  25. ^ The 3 August 2014 show was part of Osheaga Festival 2014[56]
  26. ^ The 6 September 2014 show was part of Boston Calling Music Festival Fall 2014[57]
  27. ^ The 11 September 2014 show was part of Ottawa Folk Festival 2014[58]
  28. ^ The 19 September 2014 show was part of Music Midtown 2014[59]
  29. ^ The 20 September 2014 show was part of iHeartRadio Music Festival 2014[60]
  30. ^ The 12 October 2014 show was part of Austin City Limits 2014[61]
  31. ^ The 27 January 2014 show was part of Laneway Festival Auckland 2013[33]

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External links

  • Lorde's Official Website
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