Foreign Affair Tour


Foreign Affair Tour

infobox concert tour
concert_tour_name = Foreign Affair Tour


image_caption = Turner ending a concert during her "Foreign Affair Tour"
artist = Tina Turner
number_of_legs = 1
start_date = April 27, 1990
end_date = November 4, 1990
number_of_shows = 121 in Europe
last_tour = Break Every Rule Tour
(1987-1988)
this_tour = Foreign Affair Tour
(1990)
next_tour = What's Love? Tour
(1993)

The Foreign Affair Tour of 1990 was a concert tour in support of Tina Turner's album "Foreign Affair", which sold more than 10 Million Records worldwide. A recorded video of a concert on this tour in Barcelona, Spain was released and titled "Do You Want Some Action". The tour surpassed a record established by The Rolling Stones by touring Europe with 121 shows, playing to more than 4 million fans in just 6 months.

et List

*Steamy Windows
*Typical Male
*Foreign Affair
*Undercover Agent For The Blues
*Ask Me How I Feel
*We Don't Need Another Hero (theme from Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome)
*Private Dancer
*I Can't Stand The Rain
*Nutbush City Limits
*Addicted To Love
*The Best
*I Don't Wanna Lose You
*What's Love Got To Do With It?
*Let's Stay Together
*Proud Mary
*What You Get Is What You See
*Show Some Respect
*Better Be Good To Me
*Be Tender With Me Baby

Tour Dates

Europe

*27/04/1990 flagicon|Belgium Sportpaleis - Antwerp, Belgium
*28/04/1990 flagicon|Belgium Sportpaleis - Antwerp, Belgium

*01/05/1990 flagicon|Italy Arena di Verona - Verona, Italy
*03/05/1990 flagicon|Italy Palatrussardi - Milan, Italy
*04/05/1990 flagicon|Italy Palatrussardi - Milan, Italy
*05/05/1990 flagicon|Italy Palatrussardi - Milan, Italy
*07/05/1990 flagicon|Italy Paleur - Rome, Italy
*08/05/1990 flagicon|Italy Stadio Communale - Cava de'Tirreni, Italy
*09/05/1990 flagicon|Italy Palasport - Florence, Italy
*12/05/1990 flagicon|Sweden Scandinavium - Gothenburg, Sweden
*14/05/1990 flagicon|Finland Eishalle - Helsinki, Finland
*15/05/1990 flagicon|Finland Eishalle - Helsinki, Finland
*17/05/1990 flagicon|Sweden The Globe - Stockholm, Sweden
*18/05/1990 flagicon|Sweden The Globe - Stockholm, Sweden
*19/05/1990 flagicon|Sweden The Globe - Stockholm, Sweden
*20/05/1990 flagicon|Norway Valle Hovin Stadion - Oslo, Norway
*22/05/1990 flagicon|Denmark Gentofte Stadion - Copenhagen, Denmark
*24/05/1990 flagicon|Germany Wildparkstadion - Karlsruhe, Germany
*26/05/1990 flagicon|Germany Müngersdorferstadion - Cologne, Germany
*27/05/1990 flagicon|Germany Olympiastadion - Munich, Germany
*29/05/1990 flagicon|Germany Waldbühne - Berlin, Germany
*30/05/1990 flagicon|Germany Waldbühne - Berlin, Germany
*31/05/1990 flagicon|Germany Waldbühne - Berlin, Germany


*02/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Neckardstadion - Stuttgart, Germany
*03/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Waldstadion - Frankfurt, Germany
*04/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Niedersachsenstadion - Hanover, Germany
*06/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Weseremshalle - Oldenburg, Germany
*07/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Weseremshalle - Oldenburg, Germany
*09/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Weserstadion - Bremen, Germany
*10/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Zeppelinfieldstadion - Nürnberg, Germany
*13/06/1990 flagicon|Austria Linzer Stadion - Linz, Austria
*14/06/1990 flagicon|Austria Prater Stadion - Vienna, Austria
*16/06/1990 flagicon|Switzerland St. Jakob Stadion - Basle, Switzerland
*17/06/1990 flagicon|Switzerland St. Jakob Stadion - Basle, Switzerland
*19/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Westfalenhalle - Dortmund, Germany
*20/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Westfalenhalle - Dortmund, Germany
*21/06/1990 flagicon|Germany Grugahalle - Essen, Germany
*23/06/1990 flagicon|Netherlands Feyenoord Stadion - Rotterdam, Netherlands
*24/06/1990 flagicon|Netherlands M.E.C.C Arena - Maastricht, Netherlands
*26/06/1990 flagicon|France - La Galaxie Metz, France
*28/06/1990 flagicon|France Château de Versailles - Paris, France
*30/06/1990 flagicon|Switzerland Stade de la Pontaise - Lausanne, Switzerland

*01/07/1990 flagicon|Switzerland Stadio Cornaredo - Lugano, Switzerland
*02/07/1990 flagicon|France Halle Tony Garnier - Lyon, France
*04/07/1990 flagicon|Spain Plaza de Toros de las Ventas - Madrid, Spain
*06/07/1990 flagicon|Spain Plaça Monumental - Barcelona, Spain
*08/07/1990 flagicon|Spain Estadio El Molinón - Gijón, Spain
*11/07/1990 flagicon|France Stade Pratesi - Aix-en-Provence, France
*14/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom National Exhibition Centre - Birmingham, England
*15/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom National Exhibition Centre - Birmingham, England
*17/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom National Exhibition Centre - Birmingham, England
*18/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom National Exhibition Centre - Birmingham, England
*19/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom National Exhibition Centre - Birmingham, England
*21/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Gateshead International Stadium - Gateshead, England
*22/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Gateshead International Stadium - Gateshead, England
*24/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Portman Road Stadium - Ipswich, England
*25/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Portman Road Stadium - Ipswich, England
*28/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Woburn Abbey - Woburn, England
*29/07/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Woburn Abbey - Woburn, England

*24/08/1990 flagicon|Netherlands Galgenwaard Stadion - Utrecht, Netherlands
*25/08/1990 flagicon|Germany - Wesseinsee Berlin, Germany
*26/08/1990 flagicon|Germany Hockenheimring - Hockenheim, Germany
*28/08/1990 flagicon|GreeceOlympic Stadium - Athens, Greece

*02/09/1990 flagicon|Germany Zentralstadion - Leipzig, Germany
*05/09/1990 flagicon|Germany Wildparstadion - Karlsruhe, Germany
*08/09/1990 flagicon|Austria Prater Stadion - Vienna, Austria
*16/09/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom SECC - Glasgow, Scotland
*17/09/1990 flagicon|Ireland King's Hall - Belfast, Northern Ireland
*19/09/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Wembley Arena - London, England
*20/09/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Wembley Arena - London, England
*21/09/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Wembley Arena - London, England
*22/09/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Wembley Arena - London, England
*24/09/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Wembley Arena - London, England
*25/09/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Wembley Arena - London, England
*26/09/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom Wembley Arena - London, England
*29/09/1990 flagicon|Portugal Estadio Jose Alvalade - Lisbon, Portugal

*01/10/1990 flagicon|Spain - Estádio Riazor - La Caruña,Spain
*02/10/1990 flagicon|Spain - Plaza de Bilbao Bilbao, Spain
*03/10/1990 flagicon|Spain - Estadio Vicente Calderon Madrid, Spain
*05/10/1990 flagicon|Spain Estadi Olympic - Barcelona, Spain
*06/10/1990 flagicon|Spain Estadi Olympic - Barcelona, Spain
*07/10/1990 flagicon|Andorra - Estadio Comunal de Aixovall Andorra
*09/10/1990 flagicon|Spain - Estadio la Romareda - Zaragoza, Spain
*10/10/1990 flagicon|France - Palais Des Sports Toulouse, France
*11/10/1990 flagicon|France - Patinoire de Meriadec Bordeaux, France
*13/10/1990 flagicon|Switzerland Hallenstadion - Zurich, Switzerland
*15/10/1990 flagicon|France - Palais Omnisports de Bercy Paris, France
*16/10/1990 flagicon|France - Palais Omnisports de Bercy Paris, France
*17/10/1990 flagicon|France - Palais de la Beaujoire Nantes, France
*19/10/1990 flagicon|France - Palais Des Sports Lille, France
*20/10/1990 flagicon|Germany Festhalle - Frankfurt, Germany
*21/10/1990 flagicon|Germany Olympiahalle - Munich, Germany
*22/10/1990 flagicon|Germany Sporthalle - Cologne, Germany
*24/10/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom - National Exhibition Centre Birmingham, England
*25/10/1990 flagicon|United Kingdom - National Exhibition Centre Birmingham, England
*27/10/1990 flagicon|Ireland - Royal Dublin Showground Dublin, Ireland
*28/10/1990 flagicon|Ireland - Royal Dublin Showground Dublin, Ireland
*29/10/1990 flagicon|Ireland - Royal Dublin Showground Dublin, Ireland
*31/10/1990 flagicon|Switzerland Hallenstadion - Zurich, Switzerland

*01/11/1990 flagicon|Netherlands Thialfijsstadion - Heerenveen, Netherlands
*02/11/1990 flagicon|Netherlands Ahoy - Rotterdam, Netherlands
*03/11/1990 flagicon|Netherlands Ahoy - Rotterdam, Netherlands
*04/11/1990 flagicon|Netherlands Ahoy - Rotterdam, Netherlands

Band Personnel

*James Ralston - guitars, vocals
*John Miles - guitars, vocals
*Bob Feit - bass guitar
*Jack Bruno - drums
*Timmy Cappello - percussion, keyboards, saxophone, vocals
*Ollie Marland - keyboards, vocals
*Kenny Moore - piano, vocals
*Lejeune Richardson - dancer
*Annie Behringer - dancer

Tina Turner: Do You Want Some Action! Live from Barcelona

The groundbreaking tour was filmed at the Estadi Olympic in Barcelona Spain.

External links

* [http://www.tinaturnerfanclub.eu/tours/foreing_affair_tour.html International Tina Turner Fan Club - Tour - Foreign Affair 1990]


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