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Bridges to Babylon Tour

Bridges to Babylon Tour

Key Facts

Associated album: Bridges to Babylon
Start date: 4 September 1997
End date: 20 June 1999
Legs: 3
No. of shows: 108

Tour Dates

North America
4 September 1997 - Toronto - Canada - Horseshoe Tavern
18 September 1997 - Chicago - Double Door
23, 25 September 1997 - Chicago - Soldier Field
27 September 1997 - Columbus - Ohio Stadium
30 September 1997 - Winnipeg - Canada - Winnipeg Stadium
2 October 1997 - Edmonton - Canada - Commonwealth Stadium
6 October 1997 - Madison - Camp Randall Stadium
8 October 1997 - Orchard Park - Rich Stadium
10 October 1997 - Charlotte - Ericsson Stadium
12 October 1997 - Philadelphia - Veterans Stadium
16 - 17 October 1997 - East Rutherford - Giants Stadium
20 - 21 October 1997 - Foxborough - Foxboro Stadium
23 October 1997 - Landover - Jack Kent Cooke Stadium
25 October 1997 - Port Chester - Capitol Theater
26 October 1997 - Nashville - Vanderbilt Stadium
28 October 1997 - Norman - Owen Field
30 October 1997 - Albuquerque - University Stadium
1 November 1997 - Fort Worth - Texas Motor Speedway
7 November 1997 - Tempe - Sun Devil Stadium
9 - 10 November 1997 - Los Angeles - Dodger Stadium
14, 15, 18, 19 November 1997 - Oakland - Oakland Alameda County Coliseum
22 November 1997 - Las Vegas - MGM Grand Garden Arena
25 November 1997 - Minneapolis - Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
28 November 1997 - Seattle - Kingdome
2 December 1997 - Pontiac - Pontiac Silverdome
5 December 1997 - Miami - Orange Bowl
7 December 1997 - Orlando - Citrus Bowl
9 December 1997 - Atlanta - Georgia Dome
12 December 1997 - St. Louis - TWA Dome
5 January 1998 - Quebec City - Canada - Colisee de Quebec
14, 16, 17 January 1998 - New York City - Madison Square Garden
21 January 1998 - Honolulu - The Pepsi Tent Hall
23 - 24 January 1998 - Honolulu - Aloha Stadium
28 January 1998 - Vancouver - Canada - BC Place Stadium
30 - 31 January 1998 - Portland - Rose Garden
3 February 1998 - San Diego - Qualcomm Stadium
7 , 9 February 1998 - Mexico City - Mexico - Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
12 - 13 February 1998 - Houston - The Summit
15 February 1998 - Las Vegas - The Joint
17 April 1998 - Syracuse - Carrier Dome
19 - 20 April 1998 - Montreal - Canada - Molson Centre
23 April 1998 - Chicago - United Center
26 April 1998 - Toronto - Canada - SkyDome

Asia
12, 14, 16, 17 March 1998 - Tokyo - Japan - Tokyo Dome
20 - 21 March 1998 - Osaka - Japan - Osaka Dome

South America
29 - 30 March; 2, 4, 5 April 1998 - Buenos Aires - Argentina - Estadio Monumental
11 April 1998 - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil - Apoteose Square
13 April 1998 - Sao Paulo - Brazil - Estadio Icaro de Castro Mello

Europe
5 June 1998 - Lyon - France - Eurexpo (Cancelled)
13 June 1998 - Nuremberg - Germany - Zeppelinfeld
20 - 21 June 1998 - Werchter - Belgium - Festival Site
24 June 1998 - Dusseldorf - Germany - Rheinstadion
26 June 1998 - Hanover - Germany - Expo Gelaende
29 June, 1, 2, 5, 6 July 1998 - Amsterdam - Netherlands - Amsterdam Arena
9 July 1998 - Frauenfeld - Switzerland - Pferderennbahn
11 July 1998 - Wiener Neustadt - Austria - Flugfeld
13 July 1998 - Munich - Germany - Olympiastadion
16 July 1998 - Malaga - Spain - Puerto de Malaga
18 July 1998 - Vigo - Spain - Estadio Balaidos
20 July 1998 - Barcelona - Spain - Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys
22 July 1998 - Marseille - France - Stade Velodrome (Cancelled)
25 July 1998 - Paris - France - Stade de France
27 July 1998 - Gelsenkirchen - Germany - Parkstadion
29 July 1998 - Copenhagen - Denmark - Idraetsparken
31 July 1998 - Gothenburg - Sweden - Nya Ullevi
2 August 1998 - Oslo - Norway - Valle Hovin
5 August 1998 - Helsinki - Finland - Olympic Stadium
8 August 1998 - Tallinn - Estonia - Song Festival Grounds
11 August 1998 - Moscow - Russia - Luzhniki Stadium
14 August 1998 - Chorzow - Poland - Stadion Slaski
20 August 1998 - Zagreb - Croatia - Zagreb Hippodrome
22 August 1998 - Prague - Czech Republic - Prague Sport Hall
26 August 1998 - Berlin - Germany - Olympiastadion
28 August 1998 - Leipzig - Germany - Festwiese
30 August 1998 - Hamburg - Germany - Trabrennbahn Bahrenfeld
2 September 1998 - Bremen - Germany - Weserstadion
5 September 1998 - The Hague - Netherlands - Malieveld
8 September 1998 - Stockholm - Sweden - Stockholm Globe Arena
10 September 1998 - Berlin - Germany - Waldbuhne
12 September 1998 - Mannheim - Germany - Maimarkt
16 September 1998 - Athens - Greece - Olympic Stadium
19 September 1998 - Istanbul - Turkey - Ali Sami Yen Stadium
29 May 1999 - Stuttgart - Germany - Cannstatter Wasen
31 May 1999 - Imst - Austria - Festivalgelaende Brennbichl
2 June 1999 - Groningen - Netherlands - Drafbaan Stadspark
4 June 1999 - Edinburgh - Scotland - Murrayfield Stadium
6 June 1999 - Sheffield - England - Don Valley Stadium
8 June 1999 - London - England - Shepherds Bush Empire
11 - 12 June 1999 - London - England - Wembley Stadium
15 June 1999 - Santiago de Compostela - Spain - Auditorio Monte do Gozo
18 June 1999 - Landgraaf - Netherlands - Megaland
20 June 1999 - Cologne - Germany - Mungersdorfer Stadion

Touring Band

Mick Jagger - lead vocals, guitar, harmonica
Keith Richards - guitar, backing vocals
Ronnie Wood - guitar, backing vocals
Charlie Watts - drums, percussion
Darryl Jones - bass
Chuck Leavell - keyboards
Bobby Keys - saxophone
Andy Snitzer - saxophone except on 1999 concerts
Tim Ries - saxophone on 1999 concerts
Michael Davis - trombone
Kent Smith - trumpet
Lisa Fischer - vocals
Bernard Fowler - vocals
Blondie Chaplin - vocals

Supporting Acts

Bob Dylan
Foo Fighters
Sheryl Crow
The Smashing Pumpkins
Pearl Jam
Dave Matthews
Matchbox 20
Fiona Apple
The Corrs
Third Eye Blind
The Wallflowers
Simple Minds
Dzem
Big Country
Blues Traveler

Upcoming shows

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Mick Jagger
Keith Richards
Ronnie Wood
Charlie Watts