Roll The Bones Tour

Roll the Bones Tour
Rush
Associated album Roll the Bones
Start date October 25, 1991
End date June 28, 1992
Legs 2
Shows 103
Rush tour chronology
Presto Tour
(1990)
Roll the Bones Tour
(1991-1992)
Counterparts Tour
(1994)

Rush's Roll the Bones Tour was in support of the band's studio album Roll the Bones. The tour kicked off October 25, 1991 at the Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario and culminated on June 28, 1992 at the World Music Theater in Tinley Park, Illinois. American rock band Primus and Candlebox (when Primus cancelled the Rochester, NY event) were the opening act for Rush on this tour, as well as Vinnie Moore early on. Mr. Big opened the Salt Lake City, Utah, USA show.

Set list

Encore:

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America, Leg #1
October 25, 1991 Hamilton Canada Copps Coliseum
October 26, 1991 Rochester United States Rochester Community War Memorial
October 28, 1991 Pittsburgh Civic Arena
October 29, 1991 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum
October 31, 1991 Indianapolis Market Square Arena
November 1, 1991 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
November 3, 1991 Minneapolis Target Center
November 4, 1991 Omaha Omaha Civic Auditorium
November 6, 1991 Topeka Landon Arena
November 7, 1991 St. Louis St. Louis Arena
November 9, 1991 Normal Redbird Arena
November 10, 1991 Milwaukee Bradley Center
November 13, 1991 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
November 14, 1991
November 16, 1991 Toledo John F. Savage Hall
November 17, 1991 Richfield Richfield Coliseum
November 18, 1991
November 26, 1991 Ottawa Canada Ottawa Civic Centre
November 28, 1991 Montreal Montreal Forum
November 29, 1991 Quebec City Colisee de Quebec
December 1, 1991 Philadelphia United States Spectrum
December 3, 1991
December 4, 1991 Landover Capital Centre
December 6, 1991 New York City Madison Square Garden
December 7, 1991
December 9, 1991 Providence Providence Civic Center
December 10, 1991 Worcester Worcester Centrum
December 12, 1991 Albany Knickerbocker Arena
December 13, 1991 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
December 15, 1991 Buffalo Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
December 16, 1991 Toronto Canada Maple Leaf Gardens
North America, Leg #2
January 18, 1992 Las Cruces United States Pan American Center
January 20, 1992 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
January 22, 1992 Inglewood Great Western Forum
January 23, 1992
January 25, 1992 Fresno Selland Arena
January 27, 1992 Sacramento ARCO Arena
January 29, 1992 Oakland Oakland Arena
January 30, 1992
February 2, 1992 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
February 4, 1992 Seattle United States Seattle Center Coliseum
February 5, 1992 Portland Memorial Coliseum
February 15, 1992 San Antonio HemisFair Arena
February 16, 1992 Dallas Reunion Arena
February 18, 1992 Houston The Summit
February 20, 1992 Austin Frank Erwin Center
February 22, 1992 (Cancelled) Shreveport Hirsch Memorial Coliseum
February 23, 1992 New Orleans Lakefront Arena
February 25, 1992 Pensacola Pensacola Civic Center
February 26, 1992 Jacksonville Jacksonville Coliseum
February 28, 1992 Miami Miami Arena
February 29, 1992 St. Petersburg Florida Suncoast Dome
March 2, 1992 Orlando Orlando Arena
March 4, 1992 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
March 5, 1992 Columbia Carolina Coliseum
March 7, 1992 Chapel Hill Dean Smith Center
March 10, 1992 Richmond Richmond Coliseum
March 12, 1992 Binghamton Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
March 14, 1992 New Haven New Haven Coliseum
March 16, 1992 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Europe
April 10, 1992 Sheffield England Sheffield Arena
April 12, 1992 Birmingham National Exhibition Centre
April 13, 1992
April 15, 1992 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
April 17, 1992 London England Wembley Arena
April 18, 1992
April 21, 1992 Hanover Germany Music Hall
April 23, 1992 Cologne Sporthalle
April 24, 1992 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
April 27, 1992 Berlin Sportforum Hohenschönhausen
April 28, 1992 Nuremberg Frankenhalle
April 29, 1992 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
May 1, 1992 Paris France Le Zénith
May 3, 1992 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
North America, Leg #3
May 21, 1992 Memphis United States Mid-South Coliseum
May 23, 1992 Kansas City Kemper Arena
May 24, 1992 Valley Center Kansas Coliseum
May 25, 1992 Oklahoma City Myriad Convention Center
May 27, 1992 Greenwood Village Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
May 29, 1992 Salt Lake City Delta Center
May 31, 1992 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
June 1, 1992 Reno Lawlor Events Center
June 3, 1992 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
June 4, 1992
June 6, 1992 Paradise Thomas & Mack Center
June 7, 1992 Phoenix Desert Sky Pavilion
June 9, 1992 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum
June 10, 1992 Lubbock Lubbock Municipal Coliseum
June 12, 1992 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre
June 13, 1992 Nashville Starwood Amphitheatre
June 14, 1992 Charlotte Blockbuster Pavilion
June 16, 1992 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
June 17, 1992 Mansfield Great Woods PAC
June 19, 1992 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena
June 20, 1992 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheater
June 21, 1992 Burgettstown Star Lake Amphitheater
June 23, 1992 Fairborn Nutter Center
June 24, 1992 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center
June 26, 1992 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theater
June 27, 1992 East Troy Alpine Valley Music Theatre
June 28, 1992 Tinley Park New World Music Theater

References

  • Rush: The Complete Tourbooks 1977-2004. 2006 Anthem Entertainment, Toronto, Ontario
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