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Never Ending Tour 1991

Never Ending Tour 1991
Tour by Bob Dylan
Start date January 28, 1991
End date November 20, 1991
Legs 6
Shows 33 in Europe
59 in North America
9 in South America
101 in Total
Bob Dylan concert chronology

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The Never Ending Tour is the popular name for Bob Dylan's endless touring schedule since June 7, 1988.[1][2]


The Never Ending Tour 1991 started with The Second Fastbreak Tour starting in late January. The tour started in the reverse of the original Fastbreak Tour, in the first tour Dylan started in North America and moved to Europe but in the 1991 tour Dylan started in Europe and finished in North America. The tour started in Zurich, Switzerland, Dylan’s first concert in the country.[3][4] The tour then moved through Belgium, the Netherlands and Northern Ireland. Dylan then performed an eight show residency at Hammersmith Odeon in London. This was the first time that Dylan had performed at the legendary Hammersmith Odeon.[5] The tour finished on March 2 in Mexico City.[6]

On April 19 Dylan started a seventeen date concert tour of the United States. The tour started in New Orleans, Louisiana and came to an end May 12 in Amherst, Massachusetts.[7]

Dylan returned to Europe in early June. The tour started with three concerts in Italy. On June 10 and 11 Bob performed two concerts in Yugoslavia, his first and last concerts there as the country would break–up the following year.[8] Dylan then performed two concerts in Austria before performing six concerts in Germany. Dylan then performed two concerts in Stockholm, Sweden and then the tour came to an end with a performance at Kalvøya–Festivalen on June 28 and a performance at Midtfyns Festival the following day.[9]

After finishing his European summer tour Dylan returned to North America to perform fourteen concerts in the United States and one in Canada.[10] He then travelled to South America with the band to perform nine concerts, five of which were in Brazil, three in Argentina and one concert in Uruguay.[11] Dylan continued his North American tour on October 24 in Corpus Christi, Texas. The tour continued through the Southern and Eastern United States coming to an end in Charlottesville, Virginia on November 20.[12]


Date City Country Venue
The One Sad Cry of Pity Tour
January 28, 1991 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
January 30, 1991 Brussels Belgium Forest National
January 31, 1991 Utrecht Netherlands Muziekcentrum Vredenburg
February 2, 1991 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre
February 3, 1991
February 5, 1991 Dublin Ireland Point Depot
February 6, 1991 Belfast Northern Ireland Dundonald International Ice Bowl
February 8, 1991 London England Hammersmith Apollo
February 9, 1991
February 10, 1991
February 12, 1991
February 13, 1991
February 15, 1991
February 16, 1991
February 17, 1991
February 21, 1991 Williamsport United States Capitol Theater
February 22, 1991 Owings Mills Painter's Mill Music Theater
February 24, 1991 Guadalajara Mexico Hospicio Cabañas
February 25, 1991
March 1, 1991 Mexico City Palacio de los Deportes
March 2, 1991
North America
April 19, 1991 New Orleans United States Saenger Performing Arts Center
April 20, 1991 Pelham Oak Mountain Amphitheater
April 21, 1991 Greenville Greenville Memorial Auditorium
April 23, 1991 Atlanta Fox Theatre
April 24, 1991 Macon Macon City Auditorium
April 25, 1991 Charleston King Street Palace
April 27, 1991 Miami Sunrise Musical Theater
April 30, 1991 Savannah Savannah Civic Center
May 1, 1991 Columbia Columbia Township Auditorium
May 2, 1991 Salem Salem Civic Center
May 4, 1991 Winston-Salem Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
May 5, 1991 Raleigh Raleigh Memorial Auditorium
May 7, 1991 Stony Brook Stony Brook University
May 8, 1991 Albany Palace Theatre
May 9, 1991 Boston Matthews Arena
May 11, 1991 Danbury Charles Ives Center
May 12, 1991 Amherst Lowell Memorial Auditorium
June 6, 1991 Rome Italy Palaeur
June 7, 1991 Bologna Arena del Sole
June 8, 1991 Milan Palatrussardi Di Milano
June 10, 1991 Ljubljana Yugoslavia ŽŠD Ljubljana Stadium
June 11, 1991 Belgrade Zemun Stadium
June 12, 1991 Budapest Hungary Kisstadion
June 14, 1991 Innsbruck Austria Olympiahalle Innsbruck
June 15, 1991 Linz Linz Sporthalle
June 17, 1991 Stuttgart Germany Kongresszentrum Liederhalle
June 18, 1991 Essen Grugahalle
June 19, 1991 Offenbach Stadthalle Offenbach
June 21, 1991 Munich Circus Krone
June 22, 1991 Bad Mergentheim Schloss Mergentheim
June 23, 1991 Hamburg Hamburg Stadtpark
June 25, 1991 Stockholm Sweden Cirkus
June 26, 1991
June 28, 1991[A] Sandvika Norway Kalvøya
June 29, 1991[B] Funen Denmark The Funen Village
North America
July 4, 1991 Lenox United States Tanglewood Music Shed
July 5, 1991 Mansfield Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts
July 6, 1991 Nashua Holman Stadium
July 9, 1991[C] Syracuse Empire Expo Center
July 10, 1991 Essex Junction The Champlain Valley Expo
July 11, 1991 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater
July 13, 1991 Holmdel Garden State Arts Centre
July 16, 1991 Pittsburgh IC Light Amphitheater
July 17, 1991 Cleveland Nautica Pavilion
July 19, 1991 Vienna Filene Center
July 20, 1991
July 21, 1991 Doswell Kings Dominion
July 24, 1991 Groton Thames River Pavilion
July 26, 1991 Vaughan Canada Kingswood Music Theatre
July 27, 1991 Corfu United States Lakeside Amphitheater
South America
August 8, 1991 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Obras Sanitarias
August 9, 1991
August 10, 1991
August 12, 1991 Montevideo Uruguay Cilindro Municipal
August 14, 1991 Porto Alegre Brazil Gigantinho
August 16, 1991 São Paulo Theatro Municipal
August 17, 1991
August 20, 1991 Belo Horizonte Mineirinho
August 21, 1991 Rio de Janeiro Imperator
North America
October 24, 1991 Corpus Christi United States Bayfront Auditorium
October 25, 1991 Austin Austin City Coliseum
October 26, 1991 San Antonio Sunken Garden Amphitheater
October 27, 1991 Lubbock Lubbock Memorial Civic Center
October 30, 1991 Tulsa Brady Theater
October 31, 1991 Wichita Wichita Civic Center
November 1, 1991 Kansas City Midland Theatre
November 2, 1991 Ames Stevens Auditorium
November 4, 1991 Evanston Welsh-Ryan Arena
November 5, 1991 Madison Dane County Coliseum
November 6, 1991 South Bend Morris Performing Arts Center
November 8, 1991 Louisville Whitney Hall
November 9, 1991 Dayton Memorial Hall
November 10, 1991 Indianapolis Murat Temple
November 12, 1991 Detroit Fox Theatre
November 13, 1991 Akron E. J. Thomas Hall
November 15, 1991 Easton F.M. Kirby Center
November 16, 1991 New Haven Woolsey Hall
November 18, 1991 Utica Stanley Theater
November 19, 1991 Erie Warner Theatre
November 20, 1991 Charlottesville Virginia University Hall
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of "Kalvøya-Festivalen"
B This concert was a part of "Midtfyns Festival"
C This concert was a part of "Great New York State Fair"


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  2. "The Evolution of Bob Dylan". Rolling Stone Magazine. Retrieved 2011-11-26. 
  3. "Concert: Jan 28, 1991: Hallenstadion - Zurich, Switzerland". Bob Dylan. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  4. "Still On The Road: 2011 Europe fall Tour: Zurich, Switzerland". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  5. "Still On The Road: Bob Dylan concert history: London, England". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  6. "Still On The Road: 1991 Second Fastbreak Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  7. "Still On The Road: 1991 US Spring Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  8. "Timeline: Break-up of Yugoslavia". BBC. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  9. "Still On The Road: 1991 Europe Summer Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  10. "Still On The Road: 1991 US Summer Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  11. "Still On The Road: 1991 Tour of South America". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 
  12. "Still On The Road: 1991 US Fall Tour". Bjorner. Retrieved 2011-12-28. 

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