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The First Tour of the Angels


The First Tour of the Angels

Tour by
Nightwish

Associated album

Angels Fall First

Start date

December 31, 1997

End date

November 13, 1998

Shows

8

Nightwish

concert chronology


The First Tour of the
Angels

(1997
-
1998)

Oceanborn Europe
Tour

(1999)


The First Tour of the Angels

was a
concert tour

by
Finnish

symphonic power metal

band
Nightwish

fr
om December 31, 1997, to November 13, 1998. Nightwish played only 8 gigs
since
Jukka Nevalainen

and
Emppu Vuorinen

were waylaid by their mandatory military draft
and
Tarja Turunen

hadn't finished her studies. The male vocals in "Beauty and the Beast",
"The Carpenter"

and "Astral Romance" were sung by
Tuomas Holopainen
, beside Tarja. The
band was supported by bassist
Samppa Hirvonen

and the keyboardist
Marianna Pellinen

during the tour; in 1998, Samppa was replaced by
Sami Vnsk
. There is a
bootleg

of the
Helsinki gig called
Live at The Tavastia
.

Personnel

Main article:
List of Nightwish members



Tarja Turunen
-

Female vocal
[1]



Tuomas Holopainen
-

Keyboards
, male vocal
[2]



Emppu Vuorinen
-

Guitar
[3]



Jukka Nevalainen

-

Drums
[4]



Samppa Hirvonen
-

Bass
[1]



Marianna Pellinen
-

Additional keyboard, Backing vocals


Played live

[show]




"Elvenpath"



"
The Carpenter
"



"Tutankhamen"



"Angels Fall

First"



"Know Why the Nightingale Sings"



"Astral Romance"



"Beauty and the Beast"

Tour dates

Date

City

Country

Venue

Finland

[5]

December 31, 1997

Kitee

Finland

Ice
-
Hall

January 9, 1998

Helsinki

Lepakko

Februar
y 13, 1998

Tavastia Club

February 14, 1998

Pori

Jungle Jane

February 25, 1998

Joensuu

Kellari

February 27, 1998

Jyvskyl

Lutakko

March 6, 1998

Siilinjrvi

Huvikumpu

November 13, 1998

Kitee

Ice
-
Hall


Summer of Wilderness









Oceanborn Europe Tour


Oceanborn Europe Tour


A tour promotional image, from
Spinefarm Records

Tour by
Nightwish

Associated album

Oceanborn

Start date

November 12, 1999

End date

December 12, 1999

Shows

26

Nightwish

concert chronology

The First Tour
of the Angels

(1997)

Oceanborn
Europe Tour

(1999)

Wishmaster
World Tour

(2000
-
2001)


Oceanborn Euro
pe Tour

was a
concert tour

by
Finnish

symphonic metal

band
Nightwish

from November 12 to December 12, 1999. The tour is notable for featuring the band's first
European concerts. Oceanborn Europe Tour followed a Finnish

leg with 33 shows, the
Summer of Wilderness
. In this tour, Nightwish played beside German

band
Rage
, and Nightwish was occasionally supported by Finnish singer
Tapio Wilska
, singing in
the songs "The Pharaoh Sails to Orion" and "Devil and the Deep Dark Ocean";
T
uomas
Holopainen

performed "Beauty and the Beast" and "Astral Romance" beside Nightwish's
frontwoman,
Tarja Turunen
.

Personnel

Main article:
List of Nightwish members



Tarja Turunen

-

Female vocal
[1]



Tuomas Holopainen

-

Keyboards
, male
vocal
[2]



Emppu Vuorinen

-

Guitar
[3]



Jukka Nevalainen

-

Drums
[4]



Sami Vnsk

-

Bass
[1]



Tapio Wilska

-

Male vocal



Played live

[show]

During the Summer of Wilderness tour, a typical setlist would consist of:



"
Sacrament of

Wilderness



"Elvenpath"



"Stargazers"



"
Passion and the Opera
"



"Know Why the Nightingale Sings"



"Devil & the Deep Dark Ocean"
(featuring
Tapio Wilska
)



"
Walking in the Air
"
(
How
ard Blake

cover)



"Gethsemane"



"Astral Romance"



"The Pharaoh Sails to Orion"
(featuring
Tapio Wilska
)

Encore:



"Beauty and the Beast"

During the Oceanborn Europe tour, a typical se
tlist would consist of:



"Passion and the Opera"



"Sacrament of Wilderness" or "Elvenpath"



"Gethsemane"



"Walking in the Air"



"Know Why the Nightingale Sings" or "Sacrament of Wilderness"



"The Pharaoh Sails to Orion"
(featuring
Tapio Wilska
)



"Devil & the Deep Dark Ocean"
(featuring
Tapio Wilska
)

Beginning in early December, "Stargazers" would be played follow
ing "Passion and the
Opera", and "Sacrament of Wilderness" would be played between "Walking in the Air" and
"Know Why the Nightingale Sings".

Tour dates

Date

City

Country

Venue

Europe

[5]

November 12, 1999

Markneukirchen

Germany

Schtzenhaus

November 13, 1999

Katowice

Poland

Megaclub

November 14, 1999

Spremberg

German
y

MTS Club

November 15, 1999

Berlin

Kesselhaus

November 16, 1999

Hamburg

Markthalle Hamburg

November 18, 1999

Groningen

Netherlands

Vera Clu
b

November 19, 1999

Osnabrck

Germany

Works

November 20, 1999

Vosselaar

Belgium

Biebob

November 21, 1999

Bochum

Germany

Zeche

November 22, 1999

Saarbr
cken

Garage

November 24, 1999

Barcelona

Spain

Mephisto

November 25, 1999

Madrid

Macumba

November 26, 1999

Avils

Quattro

November 27, 1999

Bergara

Sala Jam

November
28, 1999

Valencia

Garage

November 30, 1999

Geneva

Switzerland

Undertown

December 1, 1999

Pratteln

Z
-
7

December 2, 1999

Turin

Italy

Supermarket

December 3, 1999

Vienna

Austria

Planet Music

December 4, 1999

Kaufbeuren

Germany

Zeppenlinhalle

December 6, 1999

Offenbach am Main

Hafenbahn

December 8, 1999

Braunschweig

FBZ Club

December 9, 1999

Cologne

Live Music Hall

December 10, 1999

Bad Salzungen

Kellewerk

December 11, 1999

Freiberg

Trivoli

December 12, 1999

Ludwigsburg

Rockfabrik


Wishmaster World Tour

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wishmaster World Tour


L
ive at
Tampere
,
Finland
, on December 29, 2000

Tour by
Nightwish

Associated album

Wishmaster

Over the Hills and Far Away
EP

Start date

May 15, 2000

End date

September 15, 2001

Shows

97

Nightwish

concert chronology

Oceanborn
Wishmaster
World Tour of
Europe Tour

(1999)

World Tour

(2000
-
2001)

the Century

(2002
-
2003)


Wishma
ster World Tour

was the first world tour by Finnish
symphonic metal

band
Nightwish
,
[1]
[2]

from May 15, 2000 to September 15, 2001, with the album
Wishmaster

as the
base. Though the tour itself was very successful, by its end in 2001, it had left the band
exhausted and led to a break for the rest of the year before the band started their next tour,
World Tour of the Century
, in 2002; the tour comprised 97 gigs in 20 countries.

Nightwish's live album,
, was recorded during this tour, during the
last concert in 2000 at
Tampere
,
Finland
, on December 29,
[3]

featuring the complete show
and some extras, like a documentary with scenes from the backstage.

The band already had

played at
European

countries in 1999, but in this tour, Nightwish
debuted at
Sweden
,
France
,
Hungary
,
Czech Republic
,
Russia

and
South Korea
. Nightwish
also played for the first time at
Latin America
, and
also made two special concerts at
Montreal
,
Canada
.
[4]

Personnel

Main article:
List of Nightwish members



Tarja T
urunen
-

Female vocal
[5]



Tuomas Holopainen
-

Keyboards
[6]



Emppu Vuorinen
-

Guitar
[7]



Jukka Nevalain
en

-

Drums
[8]



Sami Vns
k
-

Bass
[5]



Tapio Wilska
-

Male vocal



Tony Kakko

-

Male vocal


Played live

[show]

Throughout 2000, a typical se
tlist would consist of:



"She Is My Sin"



"Gethsemane"



"The Kinslayer"



"
Deep Silent Complete
"



"The Pharaoh Sails to Orion"
(featuring
Tapio Wilska
)



"Come Cover Me"



"Wanderlust"



"Crimson Tide"
(
Hans Zimmer

cover)
/"Deep Blue Sea"
(
Trevor Rabin

cover) (medley,
instrumental)



"Swanheart"



"Elvenpath"/"
FantasMic

(part 3)"



"Dead Boy's Poem"



"
Sacrament of Wilderness
"

Encore:



"
Walking in the Air
"
(
Howard Blake

cover)



"Beauty and the Beast"
(featuring
Tony Kakko
)



"Wishmaster"



Conquest of Paradise
(outro)

At the final show of 2000 at Pakkahuone in Tampere, Fi
nland, "The Kinslayer" was played
ahead of "She Is My Sin", and "Gethsemane" was not played.




"The Kinslayer"



"She Is My Sin"



"10th Man Down"



"Elvenpath"/"
FantasMic

(part 3)"



"
Over the Hills and Far Away
"
(
Gary Moore

cover)



"Come Cover Me"



"
Deep Silent Complete
"



"
Sleeping Sun
"



"
Sacrament of Wilderness
"

Encore:



"
Walking in the Air
"



"Wishmaster
"

Tour dates

Date

City

Country

Venue

Europe

[9]

May 15, 2000

Vosselaar

Belgium

Biebob

May 20, 2000

Kitee

Finland

Ice
-
Hall

May 24, 2000

Oulu

Woodoo Night Club

May 25, 2000

Kuopio

Clone

May 26, 2000

Mikkeli

Z
icZac

May 27, 2000

Imatra

Onnenpivt

May 31, 2000

Helsinki

Nosturi

June 1, 2000

Kouvola

Rubin2000

June 2, 2000

Tampere

Pakkahuone Theatre

June 3, 2000

Virrat

Hiekkaranta

June 12, 2000

Leipzig

Germany

Wave
-
Gotik
-
Treffen

June 22, 2000

Nurmijrvi

Finland

Nummirock

June 23, 2000

Joensuu

Eastpop 2000

June 24, 2000

Jms

Himos Festival

July 1, 2000

Turku

Ruisrock

July 7, 2000

Helsinki

Tuska Open Air Metal
Festival

July 8, 2000

Aitoo

Kirkastusjuhlat

July 9, 2000

Joensuu

Ilosaarirock

Latin America

[9]

July 14, 2000

Curitiba

Brazil

Studio 1250

July 15, 2000

So

Paulo

HSBC Brasil

July 16, 2000

Porto Alegre

Bar Opiniao

July 19, 2000

Santiago

Chile

Providencia Theatre

July 22, 2000

Buenos Aires

Argentina

Acatr
az Club

July 25, 2000

Panama City

Panama

Dali Club

July 28, 2000

Guadalajara

Mexico

Roxy

July 29, 2000

Mexico City

Salon Ideal

July 30, 2000

Morelia

Salon Arena

Europe

[9]

August 5, 2000

Wacken

Germany

Wacken Open Air

September 1, 2000

Tampere

Finland

Tullikamari

September 2, 2000

Nivala

Tuiskula

September 8, 2000

Uusikaupunki

Aquarius

September 9, 2000

Lappajrvi

Halkossari

September 15, 2000

Helsinki

Tavastia Club

September 16, 2000

Kauhajok
i

Kasino

September 22, 2000

Jyvskyl

Lutakko

September 23, 2000

Kuopio

Akateeminen Startti

October 5, 2000

Hamburg

Germany

Markthalle

October 6, 2000

Bremen

Trivoli

October 7, 2000

Herford

Kreck

October 9, 2000

Bochum

Zeche

October 10, 2000

Frankfurt

Batschkapp

October 11, 2000

Ludwigsburg

Rockfabrik

October 13, 2000

Ebersdorf
[
disambiguation
needed
]

Hellraiser

October 14, 2000

Bad Salzungen

Kallewerk

October 16, 2000

Strasbourg

France

La Laiterie

October 17, 2000

Lille

Le Splendid

Octob
er 18, 2000

Paris

lyse Montmartre

October 20, 2000

Lyon

Rail Theatre

October 21, 2000

Marseille

Jas de Rod

October 22, 2000

Barcelona

Spain

Mephisto

October 24, 2000

Pratteln

Switzerland

Z
-
7

October 25, 2000

Graz

Austria

Orpheum

October 26, 2000

Vienn
a

Planet Music

October 28, 2000

Wels

Alter Schlachthof

October 29, 2000

Budapest

Hungary

E
-
Klub

October 31, 2000

Berlin

Germany

Razzle Dazzle

November 1, 2000

Prague

Czech Republic

Palac Akropolis

November 4, 2000

Kaufbeuren

Germany

Zeppelinhalle

November 5, 2000

Vosselaar

Belgium

Biebob

November 7, 2000

Amsterdam

N
etherlands

Melkweg

November 8, 2000

Braunschweig

Germany

FBZ Club

November 9, 2000

Cologne

Live Music Hall

North America

[9]

November 25, 2000

Montreal

Canada

Le Medley

November 26, 2000

Europe

[9]
[10]

December 29, 2000

Tampere

Finland

Pakkahuone Theatre

January 27, 2001

Levi

Hallu Poro Rock

February 2, 20
01

Nokia

Iisoppi Hotel

February 3, 2001

Evijrvi

Nuorisoseuran Talo

February 5, 2001

Stockholm

Sweden

GOOM
-
Cruise

February 7, 2001

Turku

Finland

Feenix

February 8, 2001

Helsinki

Tavastia Club

June 14, 2001

Jyvskyl

Lutakko

June
16, 2001

Seinjoki

Provinssirock

June 21, 2001

Kouvola

Midnight Party Planet

June 22, 2001

Nurmij
rvi

Nummirock

June 22, 2001

Jms

Himos Festival

June 23, 2001

Vaasa

Rantarock Festival

July 7, 2001

Turku

Ruisrock

July 7, 2001

July 8, 2001

Aitoo

Kirkastusjuhlat

July 12, 2001

Tampere

Tammerfest

July 21, 2001

Koria

KoriaRoll

European Summer Festivals

[10]

August 4, 2001

Wacken

Germany

Wacken Open Air

August 5, 2001

Pratteln

Switze
rland

Z
-
7

August 6, 2001

Vienna

Austria

Planet Music

August 7, 2001

Budapest

Hungary

Sziget Festival

August 11, 2001

Busan

South Korea

International Pusan Rock
Festival

August 24, 2001

Moscow

Russia

Gorbunov Palace of
Culture

August 25, 2001

Saint Petersburg

LDM

Europe
[10]

September 1, 2001

Helsinki

Finland

Can You Festival

September 6, 2001

Turku

Feenix

September 7, 2001

Tam
pere

Pakkahuone

September 8, 2001

Alavus

Aulava

September 13, 2001

Kuopio

Puijonsarvi

September 14, 2001

Joensuu

Huvitrm

September 15, 2001

Nivala

Tuiskula


World Tour of the Cent
ury


World Tour of the Century


A promotional photo, from
Spinefarm Records

Tour by
Nightwish

Associated album

Century Child

Start date

June 22, 2002

End date

September 27, 2003

Shows

59

Nightwish

concert chronology

Wishmaster World
Tour

(2000
-
2001)

World Tour of the
Century

(2002
-
2003)

Once Upon a
Tour

(2004
-
2005)


World Tour of the Century

was a concert tour by
Nightwish

in 2002 and 2003 to promote
their fourth album,
Century Child
, released on June 24, 2002.
[1]

The tour was the debut of
Marco Hietala
, that replaced
Sami Vnsk

as bassist in 2001.
[2]

A subsequent tour DVD was
released,
End of Innocence
, with a limited release of a live CD made during a concert at
Summer Breeze Open Air Festival
, in Germany.
[3]

In the end of 2
002, the band release a small pause of 3 months; during this time
Tarja

was to
a music conservatory in Germany and the male members played with their other bands:
Tuomas

with
For My Pain...
,
Marco

with
Tarot
,
Jukka

with
Sethian

and
Emppu

with
Brother
Firetribe
. The tour started again in January 2003.

In this tour,

Nightwish debuted in some countries: United States,
Slovakia
, England and
Norway.
[4]

The band

also played at many big festivals in Europe, like
Lowlands
, in the
Netherlands, and
Bloodstock
, in the United Kingdom.

Personnel

Main article:
List of Nightwish members



Tarja Turunen
-

Female vocal



Tuomas Holopainen
-

Keyboards



Emppu Vuorinen
-

Guitar



Jukka Nevalainen

-

Drums



Marco Hietala
-

Bass

and male vocal


Played live

[show]

Tour dates

Date

City

Country

Venue

Summer Festivals
[5]

June 22, 2002

Jms

Finland

Himos Festival

June 23, 2002

Jyvskyl

Lutakko

June 28, 2002

Balingen

Germany

Bang Your Head Festival

July 13, 2002

Helsinki

Finland

Tuska Open Air Festival

July 14, 2002

Joensuu

Ilosaarirock

Latin America
[5]

July 16, 2002

Mexico City

Mexico

Circo Volador

July 17, 2002

Santiago

Chile

Providencia Theatre

July 18, 2002

Buenos Aires

Argentina

Hangar

July 20, 2002

So Paulo

Brazil

Credicard Hall

July

21, 2002

Braslia

Brazil Camping Show

July 24, 2002

Porto Alegre

Bar Opinio

July 26, 2002

Curitiba

Moinho So Rogue

July 27, 2002

Belo Horizonte

Lapa Multi Show

July 28, 2002

Rio de Janeiro

Citibank Hall

Europe
[5]

August 4, 2002

Vantaa

Finland

Ankkarock Festival

August 5, 2002

Budapest

Hungary

Sziget Festival

August 9, 2002

Busan

South Korea

International Pusan Rock
Festival

August 13, 2002

Moscow

Russia

Gorbunov Palace of Culture

August 16, 2002

Helsinki

Finland

Tavastia Club

August 17, 2002

August 20, 2002

Antwerp

Belgium

HofTerLo

August 22, 2002

Dortmund

Germany

Westfalenhalle 2

August 23, 2002

Abtsgmnd

Summer Breeze Open Air

August 24, 2002

Vienna

Austria

Mind Over Matter Festival

August 27, 2002

Hamburg

Germany

Groe Freiheit

August 28, 2002

Amsterdam

Netherlands

Paradiso Club

August 30, 2002

Barcelona

Spain

Razzmatazz 1

August 31, 2002

Bergara

Jam Hall

September 2, 2002

Paris

France

lyse Montmartre

September 3, 2002

Cologne

Germany

Live Music Hall

September 4, 2002

Tilburg

Netherlands

13 Club

September 6, 2002

Berlin

Germany

Columbiahalle

September 7, 2002

Leipzig

Haus Auensee

November 16, 2002

Stockholm

Sweden

Stora Arenan

November 17, 2002

Klubben

Summer Festivals
[6]

January 11, 2003

Oberhausen

Germany

Knig Pilsener Arena

January 12, 2003

Munich

Zenith

June 4, 2003

Helsinki

Finland

Stella Star Club

June 5, 2003

Budapest

Hungary

Summer Rocks 2003

June 7, 2003

Bansk Bystrica

Slovakia

PKO Open Air Festival

June 20, 2003

Rauma

Finland

RMJ Party Camp Festival

July 4, 2003

Oslo

Norway

Rockefeller Music Hall

July 5,

2003

July 11, 2003

Villarrobledo

Spain


August 2, 2003

Hultsfred

Sweden

Gates of


August 9, 2003

Hildesheim

Germany

M'era Luna Festival

August 15, 2003

Erfurt

Highfield Festival

August 16, 2003

Pratteln

Switzerland

Z
-
7

August 17, 2003

August 29, 2003

Biddinghuizen

Netherlands

Lowlands Festival

August 30, 2003

Derby

England

Bloodstock Open Air

August 31, 2003

London

Astoria 2

North Am
erica
[6]

September 5, 2003

Atlanta

United States

ProgPower USA

September 6, 2003

Montreal

Canada

L Medley

September 7, 2003

New York City

United States

L'Amour

September 9, 2003

Mexico City

Mexico

Circo Volador

Europe
[6]

September 26, 2003

Saint Petersburg

Russia

Yubileyny Sports Palace

September 27, 2003

Moscow

Gorbunov Palace of Culture


Once Upon a Tour

Once Upon a Tour


Nightwish live at "Himos Festival" in
Jms
,
Finland
, on
June 25, 2004

Tour by
Nightwish

Associated album

Once

Highest Hopes

Start date

May 22, 2004

End date

October 21, 2005

Shows

130

Nightwish

concert chronology

World Tour of the
Century

(2002

2003)

Once Upon a
Tour


(2004

2005)

Dark Passion Play
World Tour

(2007

2009)


Once Upon a Tour

was the third world tour by
Fi
nnish


band
Nightwish
, in
2004 and 2005, to promote the release of their fifth album,
Once
, released June 7, 2004.
[1]

A
new greatest hits compilation,
Highest Hopes
, was also released to tie in with the tour. The
albums combined with the band's most expansive merchandise campaign by
Nuclear Blast
Records

meant this tour was heralded as the band's most important in many years.
[2]

Many of
the band's songs had not been pl
ayed in a long time.

The success of the album allowed the band to perform in many countries they had never
visited before:
Colombia
,
Ecuador
,
Scotland
,
Estonia
,
Greece
,
Romania
,
Denmark
,
Japan
,
Australia
,
Portugal
, and
Slovenia
. The band also played their first tour in the
United States
,
with various sold out concerts;
[3]

the
South American

leg also sold out all its concerts. A
second tour for USA was planned, but it was cancelled by
Tarja Turunen
, who also cancelled
some concerts in
Australia
. Nightwish performed at the opening ceremony of the
2005 World

held in Helsinki, highlighting the acclaim the band had recently
gained.

After touring in
Europe

and South America in late 2004, and

some separate shows in
December, the band had some time off in January 2005. In February, Nightwish won five
Emma
-
Gala Awards

(Finnish Grammy); among other awards, they won "The Band

of the
Year" and "The Best Selling Album of the Year".
[4]

Tuomas Holopainen

and
Marco Hietala

flew to Helsinki to receive the awards from touring in Europe. In March, Nightwish
performed for the first time in
Japan

and
Australia
; in April and May, they had to have a
break because of Turunen's other interests; but at the end of May, the band resumed the tour
by playing with
Iron Maiden

in
Poland

and
Mtley Cre

in
Norway
. During late 2005,
Nightwish played several shows including a sold
-
out performance at the legendary
Hammersmith Apollo

in
London
. The last show on the European tour, in
Stuttgart
,
Germany

was up until then their biggest gig, with an audience of ten thousand.

The final concert was played on October 21 for 11,500 people in
Hartwall Areena

in
Helsinki. The concert was also recorded to be released as an
End of an Era

live DVD and
CD.

This was the last tour with Tarja Turunen; after the last co
ncert the four other members of
Nightwish decided it was best to continue Nightwish without Turunen, a feeling they
on the band's
website
.
[5]

It was written by Holopainen but signed by the other band members.
The main justification for Turunen's dismissal given i
n the letter was the band felt both her
husband Marcelo Cabuli (an
Argentine

businessman) and commercial interests had changed
her attitude towards the band. In May 2007, former
Alyson Avenue

frontwoman
Anette
Olzon

was revealed as Turunen's replacement.
[6]

Personnel

Main article:
List of Nightwish members



Tarja Turunen



Female vocal



Tuomas Holopainen



Keyboards



Emppu Vuorinen



Guitar



Jukka Nevalainen



Drums






Bass

and male vocal



John Two
-
Hawks



Male vocal and
flute


Played live

[show]

Tour dates

In 2004

Date

City

Country

Venue

Warm
-
up
[7]

May 22, 2004

Kitee

Finland

Ice
-
Hall

May 29, 2004

Tallinn

Estonia

Von Krahl Theatre

May 30, 2004

Summer Festivals
[7]

June 6, 2004

Nijmege
n


Dynamo Open Air

June 11, 2004

Tampere

Finland

Sauna Open Air

June 12, 2004

Slvesborg

Sweden

Sweden Rock Festival

June 19, 2004

Glauchau

Germany

Woodstage Open Air

June 20, 2004

Athens

Greece

Rockwave Festival

July 10, 2004

Turku

Finla
nd

Ruisrock

July 11, 2004

Pamplona

Spain

Carpa Rojilla

Festival

July 13, 2004

Bradford

United Kingdom

Bradford Rio

July 14, 2004

Nottingham

Rock City Cluc

July 16, 2004

London

Astoria

July 17, 2004

Helsinki

Finland


July 21, 2004

Oslo

Norway

Rockefeller Music Hall

North America
[7]

August 20, 2004

Worcester

United States

Palladium

August 22, 2004

New York

B. B. King's Blues Club

August 23, 2004

Cleveland

Phantasy Theatre

August 24, 2004

August 25, 2004

Chicago

House of Blues

August

26, 2004

Minneapolis

Quest Club

August 28, 2004

Denver

Cervantes Club

August 30, 2004

Scottsdale

Cajun House

August 31, 2004

Anaheim

House of Blues

September 1, 2004

Los Angeles

September 3, 2004

San Francisco

Slim's

September 5, 2004

S
eattle

Graceland Club

Scandinavia
[7]

September 17, 2004

Tampere

Finland

Pakkahuone Theatre

September 18, 2004

Turku

Karibia Club

September 21, 2004

Helsi
nki

Nosturi Club

September 22, 2004

September 24, 2004

Oslo

Norway

Rockefeller Music Hall

September 25, 2004

Jyvskyl

Finland

Pavilj
onki Areena

September 29, 2004

Stockholm

Sweden

Stora Arenan

October 1, 2004

Gothenburg

Lisebergshallen

October 2, 2004

Malm

Baltiska Hallen

Euro
pe
[7]

October 13, 2004

Hamburg

Germ
any

Color Line Arena

October 15, 2004

Leipzig

Arena

October 16, 2004

Erfurt

Thringenhalle

October 19, 2004

Cologne

Palladium

October 20, 200
4

Berlin

Arena

October 22, 2004

Nuremberg

Arena

October 23, 2004

Munich

Zenith

October 25, 2004

Vienna

Austria

Gasometer

October 26, 2004

Budapest

Hungary


October 28, 2004

Milan

Italy

PalaSharp

October 30, 2004

Basel
[8]

Switzerland

St. Jakob Arena

November 1, 2004

L
yon

France

L Transbordeur

November 4, 2004

Madrid

Spain

Aqua
lung Club

November 5, 2004

Barcelona

Razamatazz 1

November 7, 2004

Brussels

Belgium


November 8, 2004

Amst
erdam


Paradiso Club

November 19, 2004

Bucharest

Romania

Palace Hall

November 21, 2004

Paris

France

Le Znith

Latin America
[7]

November

27, 2004

Buenos Aires

Argentina

Obras Arena

November 28, 2004

Campinas

Brazil

Usina Royal

November 30, 2004

Rio de Janeiro

Caneco

December 2, 2004

Porto Alegre

Opinio Club

December 3, 2004

Belo Horizonte


December 4, 2004

So

Paulo

Via Funchal

December 8, 2004

Bogot

Colombia

Gonzalo de Quesada Auditorium

December 10, 2004

Quito

Ecuador

Estadio del Aucas

North America 2
[7]

December 12, 2004

Mexico City

Mexico

Circo Volador

December 13, 2004

December 15, 2004

Montreal

Canada

Mtropolis

December 16, 2004

December 18, 2004

Toronto

Opera House

Europe 2
[7]

December 26, 2004

Helsinki

Finland

Ice
-
Hall

December 28, 2004

Oberhausen

Germany

Knig
-
Pilsener Arena

December 29, 2004

Hamburg

Friedrichshafen Messehalle

In 2005

Date

City

Country

Venue

Europe
[9]

February 9, 2005

Copenhagen

Denmark

Stora Vega

February 11
, 2005

Amsterdam


Heineken Music Hall

February 12, 2005

London

United Kingdom

Astoria

February 15, 2005

Birmingham

O2 Acade
my

February 16, 2005

Glasgow

O2 Academy

February 18, 2005

Manchester

Apollo Theatre

February 19, 2005

London

Astoria

February 21, 2005

Wieze

Belgium

Oktoberhallen

February 22, 2005

Trier

Germany

Arena

February 24, 2005

Braunschweig

Volkswagen Halle

February 26, 2005

Bayreuth

Oberfrankenhalle

February 27, 2005

Chur

Switzerland

Stadthalle

February 28, 2005

Stuttgart

Germany

Schleyerhalle

Asia
[7]

March 12, 2005

Osaka

Japan

Namba Hatch

March 13, 2005

Fukuoka

Zepp Hall

March 16, 2005

Tokyo

Shibuya AX

March 17, 2005

Oceania
[7]

March 21, 2005

Melbourne

Australia

Corner Hotel

March 22, 2005

March 23, 2005

Sydney


March 26, 2005

Brisbane

Arena

Summer Festivals
[7]

May 26, 2005

Budapest

Hungary


May 27, 2005

Madrid

Spain

Festimad

May 29, 2005

Chorzw

Poland

Mystic Festival

June 10, 2005

Oslo

Norway

Spektrum Arena

June 11, 2005

Nickelsdorf

Austria

Nova Rock Festival

June 12, 2005

Leicestershire

United Kingdom

Download Festival

June 13, 2005

London

Astoria

June 17, 2005

Seinjoki

Finland

Provinssirock

June 18, 2005

Frauenfeld

Switzerland

Frauenfeld Open Air

June 24, 2005

Jms

Finland

Himos Festival

July 15, 2005

Zln

Czech Republic

Masters of Rock

July 16, 2005

Toscolano
-
Maderno

Italy

Evolution Festival

July 22, 2005

Erfurt

Germany

Earthshaker Festival

July 28, 2005

Porto

Portugal

Vilar de Mouros Festival

August 4, 2005

Wacken

Germany

Wacken Open Air

August 5, 2005

Dresden

Dresden Open Air

August 6, 2005

Helsinki

Finland

2005 World Championships in

August 7, 2005

Vantaa

Ankkarock

August 14, 2005

Rothenburg

Germany

Taubertal Open Air

August 19, 2005

Hasselt

Belgium

Pukkelpop

August 20, 2005

Biddinghuizen


Lowlands Festival

Europe 2
[9]

September 3, 2005

Hell

Norway

Hellodrome

September 5, 2005

Oslo

Rockefeller Music Hall

September 8, 2005

Stockholm

Sweden

Arenan

September 9, 2005

Gothenburg

Lisebergshallen

September 11, 2005

Ume

SkyCom Arena

September 17, 2005

Žilina

Slovakia

Bork Hall

September 19, 2005

Ljubljana

Slovenia

Krizance Hall

September 23, 2005

Copenhagen

Denmark

KB Hallen

September 25, 2005

London

United Kingdom

HMV Hammersmith Apollo

September 30, 2005

Bucharest

Romania

Polivalenta Hall

October 1, 2005

Athens

Greece


Latin America
[7]

October 8, 2005

Mexico City

Mex
ico

Live'N'Louder Festival

October 12, 2005

So Paulo

Brazil

October 15, 2005

Porto Alegre

Scandinavia
[7]

October 21, 2005

Helsinki

Finland

Hartwall Areena


Dark Passion Play World Tour


Dark Passion Play World Tour


The band live in

Melbourne, Australia, on January
30, 2008

Tour by
Nightwish

Associated album

Dark Passion Play

Start date

October 6, 2007

End date

September 19, 2009

Legs

3

Shows

199 (3 secret and 5 cancelled)

Nightwish

concert chronology

Once Upon
Dark Passion
Imaginaerum
a Tour

(2004

2005)

Play World Tour

(2007

2009)

World Tour

(2012
-
2013)


Dark Passion Play

World Tour

was the fourth world tour by
Finnish

symphonic metal

band
Nightwish
, taking place from 2007 to 2009 in support of their sixth studio album,
Dark
Passion Play
, released by
Nuclear Blast

on September 26, 2007; it was the first tour with the
current frontwoman,
Anette Olzon
, who joined the band in
2006, after
Tarja Turunen
's
dismissal on October 21, 2005. During this tour, the band played for the first time in
Israel
,
China, Hong Kong, Lithuania,
Luxembourg
, Republic of Ireland,
Serbia

and
Croatia
.

On September 22, 2007, the band hosted a secret concert at Rock Caf in
Tallinn
, Estonia,
disguising itself as a Nightwish
cover band

called "Nachtwasser".
[1]

Their first official
concert with the new singer was in
Tel Aviv
, Israel on October 6, 2007.
[2]

The tour thus
started, visiting the United States, Canada, most of Euro
pe, Asia, and Australia.
[3]
[4]

In 2008,
the band played over 100 shows,
with concerts in Oceania, Europe and Asia. In November,
the band played in South America, and later took a three
-
month break; Nightwish started the
third leg in 2009, with dates in North America and Europe, and also attended various summer
festivals, inclu
ding

and
Masters of Rock
. The
last show was played
at
Helsinki

Hartwall Areena
, with an attendance of 11,000 people.

For their
Once

al
bum, Nightwish had planned to give a grand concert in London with a live
orchestra, as the
progressive metal

band
Dream Theater

had done on what later would be
their
Score

album, and this project is still in the works. In an interview
in December 2007,
Holopainen

said that they have been planning the concert and that this was something he
really wanted to do, but that the locale they needed was alread
y booked for two years in
advance.
[5]

The show was never played though, but according to Holopainen it is still in the
future plans for other tours.


2007/08

usual setlist




Resurrection
(playback intro)



"
Bye Bye Beautiful
"



"Cadence of Her Last Breath"



"Dark Chest of Wonders"



"
The Siren
"



"Whoever Brings the Night"



"
Amaranth
"



"
The Islander
"



"Last of the Wilds"



"The Poet and the Pendulum"



"Ever Dream"



"Dead to the World"



"
While Your Lips Are Still Red
"



"S
ahara"



"
Nemo
"



"7 Days to the Wolves"



"Wishmaster"



"
Wish I Had an Angel
"



"London"
(outr
o)






Finlandia
(playback intro)



"7 Days to the Wolves"



"Dead to the World"



"The Siren"



"Amaranth"



"Romanticide"



"Dead Boy's Poem"



"The Poet and the Pendulum"



"Sahara"



"
The Islander
"



"Escapist"



"Dark Chest of Wonders"



"Ghost Love Score"



"Wish I Had an Angel"


Dispelling the rumours that
Anette Olzon

would never be capable of performing ol
d
Angels Fall First

and the
Over the Hills and Far Away EP
[6]

He was not afraid that O
lzon
would not be able to perform the songs that
Turunen

usually sang, because even on her demo
she showed her ability performing for example "
Ever Dream
" and "Higher Than Hope", but
he has confirmed that they will never again play songs "
The Phantom of the Opera
", "
Passion
and the Opera
" and "Stargazers", as these go beyond Olzon's non
-
operatic vocal style.
[6]


The band ending a concert in
Mantova
, Italy, on March 30, 2009

The b
allad "
Eva
" was performed only a few times in the tour, as well as "
Sleeping Sun
",

while "Cadence of Her Last Breath" and "She's my Sin" haven't been performed since the
2008 concerts in
Australia
. During the 2008 European leg, "Slaying the Dreamer" and "She's
my Sin
" were performed in selected dates while "Dead to the World" and "The Siren" were
Irish

musician
Troy Donockley

joined the band on stage to play
Uilleann pipes

o
n "
The
Islander
" and "Last of the Wilds", and the native
-
American singer
John Two
-
Hawks

joined
the band in a few dates to sing and play flute on "Stone People" and "Creek Mary's Blood".
Also during the European leg the band started to play a version of
Megadeth
's
Symphony of
Destruction
, occasionally replaced by the original "
While Your Lips Are Still Red
", both
featuring
Marco Hietala

on led vocals. In the second North American leg in 2008 the band
brought back their "Come Cover Me" s
ong, played until the end of the Latin American tour
in November.

Some old songs like "Dead Boy's Poem", "Romanticide" and "Ghost Love Score" have only
been performed by the band since in the 2009 tour dates, starting in London's
Brixton
Academy

on March 11, and Olzon has performed "
Kuolema tekee taiteilijan
" without the
sup
port of the band during a festival in
Sweden
. Holopainen has also revealed that the band
rehearsed
Elvenpath

with Olzon,

but that the song "didn't work" well enough to be performed
live. The final concert at
Hartwall Areena

in
Helsinki

featured the previously never
performed song "Meadows of Heaven", also including an acoustic version of "
Walking in the
Air
" and the unreleased cover of "T
he Heart Asks Pleasure First" recorded for
Dark Passion
Play

was also played while the band left the stage.

Tour dates

Date
[7]
[8]
[9]

City

Country

Venue

Warm Up

September 22, 2007

Tallinn

Estonia

Rock Cafe

September 26, 2007

Helsinki

Finland

Tavastia Club

September 28, 2007

Hamburg

Germany

Delphi Club

Middle East
[7]

October 6, 2007

Tel Aviv

Israel

Hangar 11

North America
[7]

October 15, 2007

Springfield

United States

Jaxx Club

October 16, 2007

Philadelphia

Trocadero Theatre

October 18, 2007

New York City

Nokia Theatre

October 20, 2007

Worcester

Palladium

October 21, 2007

Montreal

Canada


October 23, 2007

Toronto

Sound Academy

October 24, 2007

Cleveland

United States

Peabody's Club

October 26, 2007

Detroit

Harpos Concert Theatre

October 27,
2007

Chicago

House of Blues

October 28, 2007

Minneapolis

First Avenue

October 31, 2007

Seattle

Showbox

November

1, 2007

Portland

Roseland Theatre

November 2, 2007

San Francisco

Slim's Club

November 4
, 2007

Los Angeles

House of Blues

November 6, 2007

Santa Ana

Galaxy Theatre

Novemb
er 7, 2007

Phoenix

Marquee Theatre

November 8, 2007

Albuquerque

Sunshine Theatre

November 10, 2007

San Antonio

White Rabbit Club

November 11, 2007

Dallas

Palladium Ballroom

November 12, 2007

Houston

Meridian Theatre

Nov
ember 14, 2007

Fort Lauderdale

Culture Room

November 15, 2007

Orlando

Firestone Club

November 17, 2007

Atlanta

Masquerade Theatre

Europe
[7]

November 28, 2007

Copenhagen

Denmark

KB Hallen

November 30, 2007

Gothemburg

Sweden

Lisebergshallen

December 1, 2007

Oslo

Norway

Se
ntrum Scene

December 2, 2007

December 4, 2007

Stockholm

Sweden

Arenan

December 5, 2007

Ume

SkyCom Arena

December 8, 2007

Levi

Finland

Hullu Poro Areena

December

9, 2007

December 11, 2007

Oulu

Teatria 25

December 12, 2007

Joensuu

Areena

December 14, 2007

Jyvskyl

Paviljonki Areena

December 15, 2007

Tampere

Ice
-
Hall

December 16, 2007

Turku

Karibia Club

December 28, 2007

Salzburg

Austria

On a Dark Winter's Night
Festival

December 29, 2007

Oberhausen

Germ
any

January 1, 2008

Helsinki

Finland

Helsinki Ice Hall

Asia

January 17, 2008

Osaka

Japan

Big Cat Club

January 18, 2008

Tokyo

Ebisu Liquid Hall

January 21, 2008

Beijing

China

MG Live House

January 23, 2008

Shangai

Hongkou Coliseum

Janu
ary 24, 2008

Kowloon

Hong Kong

HITE
C Auditorium

Oceania

January 27, 2008

Perth

Australia


January 29, 2008

Adelaide

HQ Club

January 30, 2008

Melbourne

Palais Theatre

February 1, 2008

Sydney

Enmore Theatre

February 2, 2008

Brisbane

Tivoli Theatre

Europe

February 17, 2008

Vil
nius

Lithuania

Siemens Arena

February 19, 2008

Krakw

Poland

Wisla Hall

February 20, 2008

Prague

Czech Republic

T
-
Mobile Arena

February 21, 2008

Berlin

Germany

Arena

February 23, 2008

L
eipzig

Leipzig Arena

February 24, 2008

Stuttgart

Hanns
-
Martin
-
Schleyer
-
Halle

February 25, 2008

Frankfurt

Jahrhunderthalle

February 27, 2008

Bamberg

Jako Arena

February 28, 2008

Vienna

Austria


February 29, 2008

Zrich

Switzerland

Hallenstadion

Mar
ch 2, 2008

Milan

Italy

Palalido Gymnasium

March 4, 2008

Lju
bljana

Slovenia

Tivoli Hall

March 5, 2008

Budapest

Hungary

JRC Ice
-
Hall

March 8, 2008

Athens

Greece

Olympic Fencing Arena

March 17, 2008

Hamburg

Germany

Color Line Arena

March 18, 2008

Hanover

AWD Hall

March 19, 2008

Dortmund

Westfalenhalle

March 21, 2008

Amsterdam

Netherlands

Heineken Music Hall

March 22, 2008

Esch
-
sur
-
Alzette

Luxembourg

Rockhal

March 23, 2008

Antwerp

Belgium

Lotto Arena

March 25, 2008

London

United Kingdom

Astoria

March 26, 2008

March 27, 2008

March 29, 2008

Birmingham

O2 Academy Birmingham

March 30, 2008

Newcastle upon
Tyne

O2 Academy Newcastle

March 31, 2008

Glasgow

O2 Academy Glasgow

April 2, 2008

Belfast

Mandela Hall

April 3, 2008

Dublin

Ireland

Vicar Street

April 4, 2008

Manchester

United Kingdom

Apollo Theatre

April 6, 2008

Paris

France

Le Znith

April 7, 2008

Strasbourg

Znith de Strasbourg

April 10, 2008

Lyon

Halle Tony Garnier

April 11, 2008

Marseille

Le Dme de Marseille

April 12, 2008

Toulouse

Le Znith

April 14, 2008

Barcelona

Spain

Razzmatazz 1

April 15, 2008

Bilbao

Santana 27

April 16, 2008

Madrid

La Ri
viera

April 18, 2008

Porto

Portugal

Col
iseum

April 19, 2008

Lisbon

Recreations Coliseum

North America

May 2, 2008

Mexico City

Mexico

Vive Cuervo Salon

May 3, 2008

May 7, 2008

Poughkeepsie

United States

Chance Theatre

May 9, 2008

Quebec City

Canada

Centre de Foi
re

May 11, 2008

London

Cowboy's Club

May 14, 2008

Winnipeg

Garrick Centre

May 15, 2008

Regina

The Drink

May 16, 2008

Edmonton

Starlite Room

May 17, 2008

Calgary

The MacEwan Hall Ballroom

May 19, 2008

Victoria

Sugar Club

May 20, 2008

Vancouver

Croatian Cultural Centre

May 22, 2008

Orangevale

United States

Boardwalk Club

May 23, 2008

San Diego

House of Blues

May 23, 2008

Las Vegas

House of Blues

May 26, 2008

Denver

Ogden Theatre

May 27, 2008

Lawrence

Granada Theater

May 28, 2008

Sauget

Pop's Club

May 30, 2008

Louisville

Headliner's Music Hall

May 31, 2008

Mokena

The Pearl Room

Summer Festivals

June 7, 2008

Nrburgring

Germany

Rock am Ring

June 8, 2008

Nuremberg

Rock im Park

June 26, 2008

Helsinki

Finland

Kaisaniemi Park

June 28, 2008

Gothemburg

Sweden


July 4, 2008

Turku

Finland

Ruisrock

July 6, 2008

Werchter

Belgium

Rock Werchter

July 8, 2008

Novi Sad

Serbia

Exit Festival

July 13, 2008

Joensuu

Finland

Ilosaarirock

July 26, 2008

Lorca

Spain

Lorca Festival

August 2, 2008

Wacken

Germany

Wacken Open Air

August 7, 2008

Skanderborg

Denmark

Skanderborg Festival

August 9, 2008

Tuuri

Finland

Miljoona Rock

August 13, 2008

Colmar

France

Foire aux Vins

August 15, 2008

Gampel

Switzerland

Gampel Open Air

August 16
, 2008

Biddinghuizen

Netherlands

Lowlands Festival

August 17, 2008

Derby

United Kingdom

Bloodstock Open Air

North A
merica

August 29, 2008

Philadelphia

United States

Trocadero Theatre

August 30, 2008

Worcester

Palladium

September 1, 2008

Montreal

Canada


September 2, 2008

Toronto

The Dock's

September 4, 2008

Cleveland

United States

Agora Theatre

September

5, 2008

Detroit

Harpos Concert Theatre

September 6, 2008

Chicago

House of Blues

September 9, 2008

Seattle

Showbox

September 10, 2008

Portland

Roseland Tehatre

September 12, 2008

San Francisco

Filmore Irving Plaza

September 13, 2008

Los Angeles

Wiltern Theatre

September
14, 2008

Phoenix

Marquee Theatre

September 16, 2008

Dallas

Palladium

September 17, 2008

Austin

La Zona
Rosa

September 20, 2008

New Orleans

House of Blues

September 21, 2008

St. Peters
burg

Jannus Landing

South America

November 5, 2008

Curitiba

Brazil

Master Hall

November 7, 2008

So Paulo

Via Funchal

November 8, 2008

November 10, 2008

Belo Horizonte


November 11, 2008

Brasilia

AABB Club

November 13, 2008

Manaus

Amadeu
Teixeira Arena

November 15, 2008

Fortaleza

Arena

November 16, 2008

Recife

Portugus Club

November 18, 2008

Vila Velha

Marista Gymnasium

November 19, 2008

Rio de Janeiro

Circo Voador

November 21, 2008

Buenos Aires

Argentina

O
bras Arena

November 23, 2008

Santiago

Chile

Cauplican Theatre

Europe

March 11, 2009

London

United Kingdom

O2 Academy Brixton

March 14, 2009

Brussels

Belgium

Forest National

March 15, 2009

Rotterdam

Netherlands

Ahoy Rotterda
m

March 17, 2009

Cologne

Germany

Palladium

March 18, 2009

Lingen

Emslandhallen

March 20, 2009

Karlsruhe

Europahalle

March 21, 2009

Erfurt

Messehalle

March 23, 2009

Paris

France

Le Znith

March 24, 2009

March 26, 2009

Munich

Germany

Zenith

March 28, 2009

Basel

Switzerland

St. Jakobshalle

Ma
rch 30, 2009

Mantova

Italy

Palabam

March 31, 2009

Pordenone

Palasport

April 2, 2009

Zagreb

Croatia

Cibona Hall

Ap
ril 4, 2009

Debrecen

Hungary

Főnix Hall

North America

May 1, 2009

Hartford

United States

Webster Theater

May 2, 2009

New York City

Nokia Theatre

May 3, 2009

Allentown

Crocodile Rock

May 5, 2009

Baltimore

Sonar Club

May 6, 2009

Louisville

Oasis Club

May 8, 2009

Sauget

Pop's Club

May 9, 2009

Oklahoma City

Diamond Ballroom

May 11, 2009

Corpus Chri
sti

Concrete Street Pavilion

May 12, 2009

Houston

Warehouse Live

May 14, 2009

Atlanta

Masquerade Theat
re

Summer Festivals

June 7, 2009

Tampere

Finland

Sauna Open Air

June 12, 2009

Interlaken

Switzerland

Greenfield Festival

June 18, 2009

P
ori

F
inland

RMJ Party Camp

June 28, 2009

Dessel

Belgium


July 3, 2009

Tolmin

Slovenia


July 9, 2009

Vizovice

Czech Republic

Masters of Rock

July 11, 2009

Kvinesdal

Norway

Kvinesdal Rock Festival

July 18, 2009

Sibiu

Romania

Artmania Fes
tival

July 24, 2009

Seinjoki

Finland

Race & Rock Festival

August 8, 2009

Hildesheim

Germany

M'era Luna Festival

Europe

August 15, 2009

Savonlinna

Finland

Olavinlinna Castle

August 16, 2009

September 5, 2009

Moscow

Russia

Luzhniki Hall

September 19, 2009

Helsinki

Finland

Hartwall Arena


Cancelled dates

Original Date

City

Country

Venue

November 6, 2007
[10]

Anaheim

United States

House of Blues

May 5, 2008
[11]

Sayreville

Starland Ballroom

May 6, 2008
[12]

Hartford

Webster

Theater

September 19, 2008
[13]

Houston

Meridian Theatre

September 23, 2008
[14]

Knoxville

Valarium Club

September 27, 2008
[15]

New York

City

Nokia Theatre

September 28, 2008
[16]

Baltimore

Rams Head Live!

September 29, 2008
[17]

Charlotte

Tremont Hall

October 11, 2008
[18]

Moscow

Russia

Luzhniki Hall

October 25, 2008
[19]

Reykjavk

Iceland

Laugardalshll

November 4, 2008
[20]

Porto Alegre

Brazil

Pepsi On Stage


Box office score data

Venue

City

Dates

/
available

Gross revenue
(approx.)

Nokia Theatre

New York City

2

4,200 / 4,200
(100%)

$189,000


Montreal

2

4,600 / 4,600
(100%)

$207,000

House of Blues

Chicago

2

2,600 / 2,600
(100%)

$106,000

Showbox

Seattle

2

2,200 / 2,200
(100%)

$99,000

H
ouse of Blues/Wiltern
Theatre

Los Angeles

2

4,000 / 4,000
(100%)

$180,000

Lisebergshallen

Gothenburg

1

7,000 / 7,000
(100%)

€350,000

Sentrum Scenne

Oslo

2

3,400 / 3,400
(100%)

€153,000

Teatria 25

Oulu

1

2,500 / 2,500
(100%)

€100,000

Areena

Joensuu

1

9,000 / 9,000
(100%)

€405,000

Paviljonki Areena

Jyvskyl

1

4,500 / 4,500
(100%)

€202,500

Ice Hall

Tampere

1

6,000 / 6,000
(1
00%)

€270,000

Ice Hall

Helsinki

1

7,500 / 7,500
(100%)

€337,500

T
-
Mobile Arena

Prague

1

12,500 / 12,500
(100%)

€562,500

Arena

Berlin

1

7,500 / 7,500
(100%)

€337,500

Jahrhunderthalle

Frankfurt

1

4,800 / 4,800
(100%)

€216,000

Hallenstadion

Zurich

1

13,0
00 / 13,000
(100%)

€585,000

Palalido Gymnasium

Milan

1

4,500 / 4,500
(100%)

€202,500

JRC Ice Hall

Budapest

1

6,000 / 6,000
(100%)

€270,000

Heineken Music Hall

Amasterdam

1

5,500 / 5,500
(100%)

€247,500

Lotto Arena

Antwerp

1

7,000 / 7,000
(100%)

€315,00
0

Astoria/O2 Academy
London

4

10,921 / 10,921
€491,445

Brixton

(100%)

O2 Academy

Birmingham

1

3,009 / 3,009
(100%)

€135,405

O2 Academy

Newcastle

1

2,000 / 2,000
(100%)

€90,000

O2 Academy

Glasgow

1

2,500 / 2,500
(100%)

€112,500

Mandela Hall

Belfast

1

9
00 / 900
(100%)

€40,500

Vicar Street

Dublin

1

1,500 / 1,500
(100%)

€67,500

Apollo Theatre

Manchester

1

3,500 / 3,500
(100%)

€157,500

Le Zenith

Paris

2

14,000 / 14,000
(100%)

€630,000

Vive Cuervo Salon

Mexico City

1

3,500 / 3,500
(100%)

Mex$157,500

Sta
rlite Room

Edmonton

1

1,000 / 1,000
(100%)

$45,000

MacEwan Hall

Calgary

1

1,800 / 1,800
(100%)

$81,000

Croatian Cultural
Centre

Vancouver

1

1,100 / 1,100
(100%)

$67,500

House of Blues

San Diego

1

1,300 / 1,300
(100%)

$58,500

Granada Theater

Lawrence

1

1,700 / 1,700
(100%)

$76,500

Hartwall Areena

Helsinki

1

11,000 / 11,000
(100%)

495,000

Total

~178,030 /
178,030

~8,011,350

Personnel

Main article:
List

of Nightwish members



Anette Olzon



Female vocals



Tuomas Holopainen



Keyboards



Emppu Vuorinen



Guitars



Jukka Nevalainen



Drums



Marco Hietala



Bass

and male vocals



Troy Donockley



Bagpipes

(UK and 2009 shows)



John Two
-
Hawks
-

Male vocals and
flute

(Shows in Louisville, Mokena and Sauget)



Pekka Kuusisto


violin (Hartwall Areena only)


Imaginaerum World Tour


Imaginaerum World Tour


A poster for the concert in
Go
thenburg
,
Sweden
,
scheduled to April 10, 2012.

Tour by
Nightwish

Associated album

Imaginaerum

Start date

January 19, 2012

End date

August 11, 2013

Legs

9

Shows

104

28 in
North America

55 in
Europe

10 in
Latin America

7 in
Oceania

4 in
Asia

1 cancellations

Nightwish

concert chronology

Dark Passion
Play World
Tour

(2007
-
2009)

Imaginaerum
World Tour

(2012
-
2013)

Endless Forms
Most Beautiful
World Tou
r

(2015
-
)


Imaginaerum World Tour

is the fifth world tour by
Finnish

symphonic metal

band
Nightwish
, in support of their seventh studio album,
Imaginaerum
.
[1]

The tour started in
Los Angeles
,
USA
, on January 21, 2012,
[2]

and then the band will play an
arena tour in Europe between March and May,
[3]

and the group is al
so expected play in
North

and
Latin America

later that year and in
Asia
,
Oceania

and possibly
Africa

the following
year, in a 100 concert tour.
[4]

To date, there are 88 concerts confirmed.
[5]

A "secret" concert under the
pseudonym

"Rubber Band of Wolves" was held at the Key Club
in Hollywood, CA, on January 19, 2012.
[6]

On Septembe
r 28 in
Denver
,
Colorado
, Anette was rushed to the hospital and missed the
show that night.
Kamelot

backup vocalists Elize Ryd and Alissa White
-
Gluz stepped in and
performed five songs.
[7]

Anette did her final show on the Sep
tember 29th show in
Salt Lake
City
,
Utah
, before parting ways with the band on October 1.
Floor Jansen

replaced Olzon on
the remainder of the tour.
[8]


Songs performed throughout the tour




"Taikatalvi
"



"
Storytime
"



"Ghost River"



"Slow, Love, Slow"



"I Want My Tears Back"



"Scaretale"



"Arabesque"



"
The Crow, the Owl and the Dove
"



"
Last Ride of the Day
"



"Song of Myself"



"Imaginaerum"
(playback outro)



"
Amaranth
"



"
The Islander
"



"Last of the Wilds"



"7 Days to the Wolves"



"Dark Chest of Wonders"



"
Wish I Had an Angel
"



"
Nemo
"



"Planet Hell"



"
The Siren
"



"Higher Than Hope"



"Dead to the World"



"
Ever Dream
"



"
Over the Hills and Far Away
"



"Finlandia"



"Roll Tide"
(playback intro)

Only with Anette Olzon



"Come Cover Me"



"Rest Calm"



"The Poet and the Pendulum"

Only with Floor Jansen



"Bless The Child"



"She Is My Sin"



"Romanticide"



"
Wishmaster
"



"Ghost Love Score"



Sample Se
tlist

The following setlist was performed at a concert during the

festival, but
has since had alterations to it:
[9]



"Finlandia"
(intro)



"
Storytime
"



"
Wish I Had an Angel
"



"
Amaranth
"
(with long outro)



"Scaretale"



"
The

Siren
"
(with "Arabesque" and "Tutankhamen" samples)



"Slow, Love Slow"



"I Want My Tears Back"
(featuring
Troy Donockley
)



"
The Crow, the Owl and the Dove
"
(featuring
Troy Donockley
)



"The Islander"
(acoustic version, featuring
Troy Donockley
)



"
Nemo
"
(acoustic version, with "
Angels Fall First
" samples and featuring
Troy Donockley
)



"Last of the Wilds"
(featuring
Troy Donockley
)



"Planet Hell"
First performance live
since 2005)



"Song of Myself"
("Love" section omitted)



"Last Ride of the Day"

Encore:



"The Poet and the Pendulum"



"
Over the Hills and Far Away
"
(
Gary Moore

cover, featuring
Troy Donockley
.
First performance
live since 2005)



"Imaginaerum"
(outro)

Setlist Alterations/Notes


Anette

Olzon

was replaced by Dutch singer
Floor Jansen

(pictured) in 2012, during the North
American leg of the tour.

One of the band's performances during the

festival included the song
"
Dead to the World
"
[10]

and another performance included "
Romanticide
."
[11]

When the band kicked off the first leg of their tour in March, the setlist remained mostly
unchanged, but with "Finlandia" moved to the beginning of the encore and "Taikatalvi"
inserted to open the show. "The Siren" would oc
casionally be replaced with "
Ever Dream
" or
"Dead to the World".

Starting with the concert held on March 4, "The Poet and the Pendulum" and "Over the Hills
and Far Away" were moved up

to close the show, and "Song of Myself" and "Last Ride of
the Day" were moved down to serve as the encore.

The concert held on March 9, 2012, at the Paviljonki Areena in
Jyvskyl, Finland

included
the world premiere of the song "
Ghost River
" following "Planet Hell". The following concert
on March 10 included "Dead to the World" in pla
ce of "The Poet and the Penedulum".
These
songs have been used later on.
[12]

The concert held on March 17, 2012, in Ukraine included "
Come Cover Me
".
[13]

The song
was played between Scaretale and The Siren. The song was performed again on April
13,
2012 in the Netherlands, and remained part of the setlist until April 16. On these dates, "The
Siren" was not played, and "Come Cover Me" was played between "I Want My Tears Back"
and "The Crow, the Owl and the Dove"
[14]

with Marco's voice on the chorus,new
arrangements and Troy playing.
[15]

ril 21, remaining
that way through May 3.

On 5 May 2012, "Dark Chest of Wonders" was played following "Ghost River", with "Dead
to the World" played in place of "The Siren". "Dead to the World" was returned to its proper
r Dream" was played in place of "The Siren".

Nightwish kicked off its North American Tour on September 12, 2012, with a few changes to
the setlist. "Roll Tide" was played as the intro instead of "Taikatalvi", "Dead to the World"
was played in place of "The

Siren", and "Dark Chest of Wonders" was played in place of
"Ghost River".

The second performance in Atlanta, USA, on September 13, 2012, of the beginning North
-
American Tour included "Higher Than Hope"
[16]
[17]

played before "Over the Hills and Far
Away", only played four times before with Anette Olzon.
[18]

This show also included "The
Siren" instead of "Dead to the World" and "Ghost River" instead of "Dark Chest of
Wonders", and excluded "The Crow, the Owl and the Dove".

The concert held on 15 Septemb
er 2012, in the Beacon Theatre, New York included
"Escapist" played in place of "Planet Hell".
[19]

The concert held on 16 September 2012 featured "7 Days to the Wolves"
played instead of
"Planet Hell", with "Planet Hell" played instead of "Scaretale". This show was also the last to
feature "The Siren" instead of "Dead to the World", which was played in place of "Higher
Than Hope" for this performance.

From September 17, 2
American tour, but with "Ghost River" played in place of "Dark Chest of Wonders". "Dark
Chest of Wonders" was played after "Ghost River" on September 21; "Dead to the World"
was repla
ced with "7 Days to the Wolves" on the same date.

"7 Days to the Wolves" was played in place of "Scaretale" on September 23 and 24.

On September 24, 25 and 27, "The Crow, the Owl and the Dove" was omitted and "Dark
Chest of Wonders" was played following "G
host River". The concert held on September 27
also included "The Siren" played in place of "Dead to the World".

Olzon was hospitalized due to illness during the concert held on September 28, 2012 in
Denver, Colorado, so Elize Ryd and Alissa White
-
Gluz of K
amelot filled in on vocals. The

The concert held on September 29 omitted "Dead to the World" and included "Rest Calm"
after "Ghost River".

Following the departure of Anette Olzon on October 1, 2
012,
Floor Jansen

(ex
-
After Forever

&
ReVamp
largely unchanged from that featuring Olzon, but with "Dark Chest of Wonders" following
"Wish I Had an Angel", "Slow, Love, Slow" and "Over the Hills and Far Away" omitt
ed, and
"Song of Myself" and "Last Ride of the Day" moved up to follow "Ghost River", meaning the
band no longer performed an encore.
[20]

"Slow, Love, Slow" was reintrod
uced into the setlist on October 3, 2012 following "Dead to
the World", with "The Crow, the Owl and the Dove" removed.

The concert held on October 6, 2012, included "Higher Than Hope" played following "Ghost
River" and omitted "Dead to the World".

Beginnin
g October 7, 2012, "Dead to the World" was replaced with "Ever Dream".

The concert held on 10 October 2012, at
Emo's
, in Austin, Texas, included "Ghost Love
Score" played following "Song of M
yself"; "Scaretale" was not played. This change in the
setlist was used in later shows.

Beginning October 11, "Wish I Had an Angel" and "Dark Chest of Wonders" were switched

"The Siren" was played first time with Floor at Birmingham in 6 Novemb
er 2012.

"Arabesque" was played first time at Hartwall Arena, Finland, and featured fire dancers.
[21]

The first public screening of
Imaginaerum

took place after the concert.

"Wishmaster" was played first time with Floor at Mexico City on 29 November 2012.

"7 Days to the Wolves" was played first time with Floor at Adelaide on 18 Ja
nuary 2013.

Tour dates

Date

City

Country

Venue

North America
[22]

January 19, 2012

Lo
s Angeles

United States

Key Club
[A]

January 21, 2012

Gibson Amphitheatre

January 23, 2012

Grand Cayman

Cayman Islands


Europe
[22]

March 2
, 2012

Joensuu

Finland

Areena

March 3, 2012

Sotkamo

V
uokattihalli

March 4, 2012

Oulu

Teatria 25

March 9, 2012

Jyvskyl

Paviljonki Areena

March 10, 2012

Helsinki

Helsinki Ice Hall

March 11, 2012

Tampere

Ice Hall

March 14, 2012

Saint Petersburg

Russia

Lensoveta Culture Hall

March 15, 2012

Moscow

Crocus
City Hall

March 17, 2012

Kiev

Ukraine

MVC Arena

April 10, 2012

Gothenburg

Sweden

Lisebergshallen

April 11, 2012

Copenhagen

Denmark

Falconer Amphitheatre

April 13, 2012

Amsterdam

Netherlands

Heineken Music Hall

April 14, 2012

Dsseldorf

Germany

ISS Dome

April 16, 2012

Brussels

Belgium

Forest National Arena

April 17, 2012

Paris

France

Palais Omnisports de Paris
-
Bercy

April 18, 2
012

Nantes

Le Zenith

April 20, 2012

Lyon

Halle Tony Garnier

April 21, 2012

Esch
-
sur
-
Alzette

Luxembourg

Rockhal

April 23, 2012

Frankfurt

Germany

Jahrhunderthalle

April 24, 2012

Zrich

Switzerland

Hallenstadion

Ap
ril 25, 2012

Milan

Italy

Datch Forum

di Assago

April 27, 2012

Vienna

Austria


April 29, 2012

Budapest

Hungary

Sports Arena

April 30, 2012

Prague

Czech Republic

Tesla Arena

May 1, 2012

Leipzig

Germany

Arena

May 3, 2012

Hamburg

Color Line Arena

May 5, 2012

Nurem
berg

Arena

May 6, 2012

Stuttgart

Hanns
-
Martin
-
Schleyer
-
Halle

May 8, 2012

Ljubljana

Slovenia

Tivoli Hall

Summer Festivals
[22]

June 2, 2012

Warsaw

Poland

Ursynalia


Warsaw Student
Festiv
al

June 8, 2012

Leicestershire

United Kingdom

Download Festival

June 10, 2012

Nickelsdorf

Austria

Nova Rock Festival

June 15, 2012

Seinjoki

Finland

Provinssirock

June 30, 2012

Letisko Piestany

Slovakia

Topfest 2012

July 5, 2012

Gvle

Sweden

Getaway Rock Festival

July 7, 2012

Turku

Finland

Ruisrock

July 12, 2012

Montreux

Switzerland

Montreux Jazz Festival

July 14, 2012

Vizovice

Czech Republic

Masters of Rock

July 21, 2012

Benicssim

Spain

Costa de Fuego Festival

July 28, 2
012

Kuopio

Finland

RockCock

August 5, 2012

Colmar

France

Foire Aux Vins

August 25, 2012

Trondheim

Norway

Borggrden Festival

North America
[5]

September 12, 2012

Atlanta

United States

Center Stage

September 13, 2012

September 15, 2012

New York City

Beacon Theatre

September 16, 2012

Philadelphia

E
lectric Factory

September 17, 2012

Worcester

Palladium

September 19, 2012

Montreal

Canada

Cepsum Arena

September 20, 2012

Toronto

Sound Academy

September 21, 2012

Columbus

United States

Newport Hall

September 23, 2012

Royal Oak

Royal Oak Music Theatre

September 24, 2012

Chicago

Congress Theater

September 25, 2012

Sauget

Pop's Club

September 27, 2012

Kansas City

Beaumont Club

September 28, 2012

Denver

Ogden Theatre

September 29, 2012

Salt Lake City

Complex Hall
[B]

October 1, 2012

Seattle

Showbox

October 2, 2012

Portland

Crystal Ballroom

October 3, 2012

San Francisco

Warfield Theatre

October 5, 2012

Anaheim

Grove Club

October 6, 2012

San Diego

House of Blues

October 7, 2012

Phoenix

Marquee Theatre

October 9, 2012

Oklahoma City

Diamond Ballroom

October 10, 2012

Austin

Emos Club

October 11, 2012

New Orleans

House of Blues

October 13, 2012

Fort Lauderdale

Revolution Club

October 14, 2012

Lake Buena Vista

House of Blues

Europe 2
[5]

November 4, 201
2

Manchester

United Kingdom

O
2

Apollo

November 5, 2012

London

O
2

Academy, Brixton

November 6, 2012

Birmingham

O
2

Academy

November 7, 2012

Glasgow

O
2

Academy

November 10, 2012

Helsinki

Finland

Hartwall Areena
[C]

Latin America
[5]

November 28, 2012

Mexico City

Mexico

Teatro Metropolitan

November 29, 2012

December 1, 2012

San Juan

Puerto Rico

Tito Puente Amphitheatre

December 3, 2012

San Jos

Co
sta Rica

Peppers Club

December 5, 2012

Lima

Peru

Centro de Convenciones Plaza
San Miguel

December 9, 2012

Porto Alegre

Brazil

Opinio Club

December 10, 2012

Rio de
Janeiro

Circo Voador

December 12, 2012

So Paulo

Credicard Hall

December 14, 2012

Buenos Aires

Argentina

Teatro Flores

December 15, 2012

Oceania
[5]

January 4, 2013

Brisbane

Australia

Arena

January 8, 2013

Auckland

New Zealand

Studio Club

January 11, 2013

Sydney

Aust
ralia

Enmore Theatre

January 14, 2013

Melbourne

Palace Theatre

January 15, 2013

January 18, 2013

Adelaide

HQ Complex

January 20, 2013

Perth


Asia

May 21, 2013

Osaka

Japan
[23]

Namba Hatch

May 23, 2013

Nagoya

Diamond Hall

May 24, 201
3

Tokyo

Liquidroom

May 25, 2013

St Coast (Finland Fest)

Summer Festivals 2
[5]

June 8, 2013

Tampere

Finland

Sauna Open Air

June 15, 2013

Interlaken

Switzerland

Greenfield Festival

June 30, 2013

Helsinki

Finland

Tuska Open Air

July 4, 2013

Byblos

Lebanon

Byblos International Festival

July 11, 2013

Lakselv

Norway

Midnattsrocken
[24]

July 13, 2013

Joensuu

Finland

Ilosaarirock

July 20, 2013

Vuokatti

Sotkamon S
yke

July 27, 2013

Liberec

Czech Republic

Benatska Noc

August 3, 2013

Wacken

German
y

Wacken Open Air

August 10, 2013

Kortrijk

Belgium

Alcatraz Festival

August 11, 2013

Hildesheim

Germany

M'era Luna Festival
[25]



A
^

This was a secret concert that the band played under the pseudonym "Rubber
Band of Wolves".



B
^

This was the band's last show with singer
Anette Olzon
, and
Floor

Jansen

filled in
on every show afterwards.



C
^

The world premiere of
Imaginae
rum

took place after the concert at Hartwall
Areena.

Personnel



Anette Olzon

-

female vocals

(until
29 September 2012)



Floor Jansen

-

female vocals

(from 1 October 2012 onwards)



Tuomas Holopainen

-

keyboards



Emppu Vuorinen

-

guitars



Jukka Nevalainen

-

drums



Marco Hietala

-

bass
,
male vocals



Troy Donockley

-

Uilleann pipes
,
tin whistle
, additional vocals

Guests



Elize Ryd
*
-

female vocals



Alissa White
-
Gluz
*
-

female vocals

* filled in as vocalist during the September 28, 2012 show in

Denver, Colorado

while Anette
Olzon was hospitalized due to illness.
[26]
[27]
[28]

Opening acts



Amo
rphis

(January 21, 2012)
[5]



Dommin

(January 21, 2012)
[5]



Poisonblack

(March 2

11, 2012)
[5]



Battle
Beast
(April 10
-
May 8, 2012)
[5]



Eklipse
(April 11
-
May 8, 2012)
[5]



Triosphere

(August 25, 2012)
[5]



Ka
melot

(North American Tour)
[5]




Endless Forms Most Beautiful World Tour

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Endless Forms Most Beautiful World
Tour


The promo

poster for the Latin American tour in
September
-
October 2016

Tour by
Nightwish

Associated album

Endless Forms Most Beautiful

Start date

April 9, 2015

Shows

54 in
North America

38 in
Europe

9 in
Latin America

5 in
Oceania

0 cancellations

Nightwish

concert chronology

Imaginaerum World
Tour

(2012
-
2013)

Endless Forms Most
Beautiful World Tour

(2015
-
)



Endles
s Forms Most Beautiful World Tour

is the sixth world tour by
Finnish

symphonic

band
Nightwish
, in support of their eight studio album,
Endless Forms Most
Beautif
ul
.
[1]

It's the first tour featuring lead singer
Floor Jansen
, who rep
laced
Anette Olzon

in late
2012,
[2]

and also it's the only tour featuring dr
ummer
Kai Hahto
, who's temporarily replacing
Jukka Nevalainen

due to health issues.
[3]

The band toured
USA

and
Canada

from April
to May 2015 and in June started a series of
festivals appearances across
Europe
, including two headlining shows in
Finland
;
[1]

In
September, the band will take part in the traditional
Rock in Rio

f
estival in
Brazil
,
[4]

playing
with Nevalainen, also with additional dates for
Latin America
,
[5]

and then will tour European
arenas from October to November, endin
g the leg at the famous
Wembley Arena

in
London
.
[6]

In 2016, the band will tour
Australia

in January, before embarking on another
North American tour in February and March.
[1]

The concert in
Vancouver

was recorded for an upcoming new live
DVD
.
[7]

Contents



1 Setlist



2 Tour dates



3 Personnel



4 References



5 External links


Songs performed throughout the tour

[show]

Oceanborn



"Stargazers"



"Sleeping Sun"

Wishmaster



"She Is My Sin"



"Wishmaster"

Century Child



"
Bless the Child
"



"
Ever Dream
"

Once



"Dark Chest of Wonders"



"
Nemo
"



"Romantic
ide"



"Ghost Love Score"

Dark Passion Play



"The Poet and the Pendulum"



"
Amaranth
"



"
The Islander
"



"7 Days to the Wolves"

Imaginaerum



"
Storytime
"



"I Want My Tears Back"



"Last Ride of the Day"

Endless Forms Most Beautiful



"Shudder Before the Bea
utiful"



"Weak Fantasy"
(preceded by a Dawkins narration)



"
lan
"



"Yours Is an Empty Hope"



"My Walden"



"Endless Forms Most Beautiful"



"Alpenglow"



"Edema Ruh"



"The Greatest Show on Earth"
(Chap
ters II: Life & III: The Toolmaker)



Sample Setlist

The following setlist was performed at a concert during the
Hammerstein Ballroom

festival,
but has since had a
lterations to it:
[8]



"The Greatest Show on Earth "Chapter V: Sea
-
Worn Driftwood"" (intro)



"Shudder Before the Beautiful"



"Yours Is an Empty Hope"



"
Amaranth
"



"She Is My Sin"



"
Endless Forms Most Be
autiful
"



"My Walden"



"
The Islander
"



"
lan
"



"Weak Fantasy"



"
Storytime
"



"
Nemo
"



"I Want My Tears Back"



"Stargazers"



"
Sleeping Sun
"



"The Greatest Show on Earth (Chapter II and III)"

Encore:



"Ghost Love Score"



"Last Ride of the Day"


Tour dates

Date

City

Country

Venue

Support Act

North America

April 9,
2015

New York
City

United States

Hammerstein
Bal
lroom

Sabaton
[9]

and
Delain
[10]

April 10,
2015

Philadelphia

Electric Factory

April 11,
2015

Worcester

Palladium Center

April 13,
2015

Quebec City

Canada

Capitole Theatre

April 14,
2015

Toronto

Phoenix Theatre

April 16,
2015

Buffalo

United States

Town Ballroom

April 17,
2015

Cleveland

Agora Theatre

April 18,
2015

Chicago

Concorde Music Hall

April
19,
2015

Clive

7 Flags Center

April 21,
2015

Denver

Ogden Theatre

April 22,
2015

Salt Lake City

In the Venue

April 24,
2015

Spokane

Knitting Factory
Club

April 25,
2015

Vancouver

Canada

Orpheum

April 26,
2015

Portland

United States

Crystal Ballroom

April 28,
2015

San Francisco

Warfield Theatre

April 30,
2015

Las Vegas

House of Blues

May 1, 20
15

Los Angeles

Greek Theatre

May 2, 2015

Tempe

Marquee Theatre

May 3, 2015

E
l Paso

Tricky Falls Club

May 5, 2015

Dallas

Bomb Factory

May 6, 2015

Houston

Warehouse Live

May 8, 2015

Orlando

House of Blues

May 9, 2015

Fort
Lauderdale

Revolution Club

May 11,
2015

Nashville

Marathon Pavilion

May 12,
2015

Louisville

Expo 5 Center

May 13,
2015

Charlotte

Fillmore Center

May 14,
2015

Silver Spring

Fillmore Club

Europe

June 6, 2015

Joensuu

Finland

Laulurinne
Autodrome

Children of Bodom
,
Sonata Arctic
a

and
Insomnium
[11]

June 8, 2015

Turku

Baltic Princess
Cruise

June 9, 2015

June 13,
2015

Nickelsdorf

Austria

Nova Rock Festival

Various

June 14,
2015

Bansk
Bystrica

Slovakia

Bystrica
Amphitheatre

June 19,
2015

Hinwil

Switzerland

Rock the Ring
F
estival

June 21,
2015

Clisson

France

Hellfest Open Air

July 12,
2015

Vizovice

Czech
Republic

Masters of Rock
Festival

July 15,
2015

Tokaj

Hungary

Kingdom of Hegyalja
Festival

July 23,
2015

Barcelona

Spain

Barcelona Rock Fest

July 25,
2015

Oulu

Finland

Qstock

July 31,
2015

Tampere

Tampere Stadium

Sonata Arctica

August 8,
2015

Kortrijk

Belgium

Alcatraz Festival

Various

August 9,
2015

Hildesheim

Germany

M'era Luna Festival

August 15,
2015

Dinkelsbhl

Summer Breeze
Open Air

August 29,
2015

Trondheim

Norway

Sverresborg Arena

The Sirens

La
tin America

September
25, 2015

Rio de Janeiro

Brazil

Rock in Rio VI

Moonspell

&
Jukka
Nevalainen

September
26, 2015

So Paulo

HSBC Hall

Various

September
Porto Alegre

Opinio Club

29, 2015

October 2,
2015

Buenos Aires

Argentina

Luna Park Stadium

Octo
ber 4,
2015

Santiago

Chile

Teatro

Caupolicn

October 6,
2015

Lima

Peru

Maria Angola Hotel
Center

Del
ain

October 8,
2015

Quito

Ecuador

Telefrico Center

October 10,
2015

Bogot

Colombia

Teatro Metropol

October 13,
2015

Monterrey

Mexico

Escena Arena

October 14,
2015

Mexico City

Teatro

Europe 2

November
13, 2015

Espoo

Finland

Barona Areena

Arch Enemy

and
Amorphis

November
15, 2015

Stockholm

Sweden

Arenan

November
16, 2015

Copenhagen

Denmark

Falconer
Amphitheatre

November
18, 2015

Hamburg

Germany

Color Line Arena

November
19, 2015

Amsterdam

Nether
lands

Heineken Music Hall

November
20, 2015

November
21, 2015

Oberhausen

Germany

Knig Pilsener Arena

November
23, 2015

Lyon

France

Halle Tony Garnier

November
25, 2015

Paris

Palais Omnisports de
Bercy

November
26, 2015

Toulouse

Le Znith

November
28, 2015

Basel

Switzerland

St. Jakobshalle

November
29, 2015

Bologna

Italy

Unipol Arena

December 1,
2015

Munich

Germany

Zenith

December 3,
2015

Stuttgart

Schleyer
-
Halle

December 4,
Frankfurt

Jahrhunderthalle

2015

December 5,
2015

Nuremberg

Nuremberg

Arena

December 7,
2015

Prague

Czech
Republic

Tesla Arena

December
10, 2015

Bucharest

Romania

Romexpo

December
14, 2015

Leipzig

Germany

Leipzig Arena

December
15, 2015

Berlin

Max
-
Schmeling
-
Halle

December
16, 2015

Esch
-
sur
-
Alzette

Luxembourg

Rockhal

December
17, 2015

Antwerp

Belgium

Lotto Arena

December
19, 2015

London

United
Kingdom

Wembley Arena

Oceania

January 6,
2016

Brisbane

Australia

Tivoli Theatre

To be announced

January 9,
2016

Sydney

Enmore Theatre

January 11,
2016

Melbourne

Forum Theatre

January 13,
2016

Adelaide

HQ Club

January 15,
2016

Fremantle

King's Theatre

North America 2

February 19,
2016

Sayrevi
lle

United States

Starland Ballroom

Delain

February 20,
2016

Hartford

Webster Theater

February 21,
2016

Montr
eal

Canada


Sonata Arctica

February 22,
2016

London

London Music Hall

Delain

February 24,
2016

Pittsburgh

United States

Carnegie Museums
of Pittsburgh

February 25,
2016

Columbus

Lifestyle
Communities
Pavilion

February 26,
2016

Royal Oak

Royal Oak Music
Theatre

February 27,
Milwaukee

Rave Club

2016

February 29,
2016

Minneapolis

First Avenue

March 1,
2016

Winnipeg

Canada

Burton Cummings
Theatre

March 2,
2016

Saskatoon

O’Briens Events
Center

March 3,
2016

Edmonton

Winspear Center

March 5,
2016

Calgary

MacEwan Hall

March 6,
2016

Missoula

United States

Wilma Theatre

March 7,
2016

Seattle

The Showbox

March 8,
2016

Boise

Knitting Factory
Club

March 10,
2016

Reno

House of Blues

March 11,
2016

San Jose

City National Civic

March 12,
2016

Anaheim

Grove Club

March 14,
2016

Tucson

Rialto Theatre

March 15,
2016

Colorado
Springs

Colorado Springs
Ci
ty Auditorium

March 16,
2016

Kansas City

Uptown Theater

March 18,
2016

Oklahoma
City

Diamond Ballroom

March 19,
2016

San A
ntonio

Aztec Theatre

March 20,
2016

New Orleans

Civic Center

Ma
rch 21,
2016

Birmingham

Iron Live Club

March 23,
2016

Tampa

Ritz Club

Personne
l



Floor Jansen

-

female vocals



Tuomas Holopainen

-

keyboards



Emppu Vuorinen

-

guitars



Kai Hahto

-

drums



Marco Hietala

-

bass
,
male vocals



Troy Donockley

-

Uilleann pipes
,
tin whistle
, additional vocals




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