Sting - Concert information

[Updated: August 12, 2001]


04-03-1991 / Hampton, VA / Hampton Roads Coliseum / USA
All This Time - Mad About You - Jeremiah Blues (Part 1) - Why Should I Cry For You - Ain't No Sunshine - Roxanne - Bring On The Night/ When The World Is Running Down - King Of Pain - Fortress Around Your Heart - The Wild Wild Sea/ The Soul Cages - Purple Haze - Message In A Bottle - If You Love Somebody Set Them Free/ Dance To The Music - Every Breath You Take ** Fragile
Setlist same as: 26-02-1991, but Spirits In The Material World was omitted.
After All This Time: "Thank you. Nice to be back in Virginia".
"I think I need a cup of tea. Where's my tea? Cheers Virginia. What? Where are you? I can't see you. This next song is also from the bible. It's called Jeremiah Blues".
Before If You Love Somebody Set Them Free: "From my album the Dream of Ninja Turtles. Something tells me that I could be a billionaire. Remember this guy?", while Vinx walked on stage. "Someone gets my franc for Virginia ready". During the intro Sting and Vinx shouted weird jungle sounds. A few lines of Still A Friend Of Mine were sung after Dance To The Music.
Before Every Breath You Take: "Ladies and gentlemen ... mister BRUCE HORNSBY. Give me that song please". Bruce sat behind a piano and an extended version (7 minutes) of the song was played.



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