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EUROPEAN SUMMER FESTIVAL TOUR 1995

Band members: Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andy Bown, John Edwards, Jeff Rich
Main Setlist:
Caroline, Roll over lay Down, One Man Band, Mystery Medley, Hold You Back, Dirty Water, Gerdundula, Whatever You Want, In The Army Now, Rockin' all over the World, Don't waste my Time,  Roadhouse Blues Medley, Burning Bridges, Anniversary Waltz/Bye Bye Johnny.
Tour Crew: Peter Hillier (Tour Manager), Andy Taylor (Sound Engineer), Dave Salt (Stage Manager/Bass Tech), Simon Rossi (Band Personal Assistant), Andrew Carman (Drum Tech), Pat Marks (Lightning Designer), Tim Franklin (Monitor Engineer), Alan "Tonto" Jhowry (Guitar Tech), Sue Bennett (Wardrobe), Alf Weaver (Security)  Merchandiser: Niceman Europe Ltd.  Management: Handle Group of Companies  Manager: David Walker.

Tour Note: Quo supported the "ROCK OVER GERMANY" Festivals* with Elton John, Sheryl Crow and Rod Stewart.


1995

 

06/05/  SPAIN, Jerez - Estadio Chapin

25/05/  DENMARK, Ringsted - Congress Center
26/05/  DENMARK, Aalborg - Aalborghallen
27/05/  DENMARK, Jelling - Festival
28/05/  UK, Northampton - Sixfield Stadium |  90' min. AUD Quality: 4
16/06/  GERMANY, Oldenburg - Schlossplatz |  80' min. AUD Quality: 3
17/06/  GERMANY, Lüneburg - Flugplatz* |  30' min. FM Quality: 4+
23/06/  GERMANY, Essen - Grugapark* (with Rod Stewart)
24/05/  GERMANY, Schwalmstadt - Flugplatz* |  15' min. FM Quality: 4+
25/05/  GERMANY, Düsseldorf - Philipshalle* (with Elton John)

29/06/  AUSTRIA, Hartberg - Fußballstadion

30/06/  AUSTRIA, Selker - Ö3 Club Open Air (support Helter Skelter)
02/07/  GERMANY, München - Olympiastadion* (with Elton John)
07/07/  SWEDEN, Gothenburg - Ullevi Stadium |  80' min. AUD Quality: 2
08/07/  LUXEMBURG, Troisvierges - Festival (support Magnum)
09/07/  SWITZERLAND, Frauenfeld - Festival

12/07/  DENMARK, Copenhagen - Parken (support to Rod Stewart)
11/08/  DENMARK, Skandeborg - Festival |  80' min. SB Quality: 4+

12/08/  DENMARK, Randers - Festival
13/08/  DENMARK, Copenhagen - Musikforeningen 5-Ören (with Jeff Heavley, Georgia Satellites)

15/08/  BELGIUM, Leuven - Brabart Halle
17/08/  ROMANIA, Brasov - Sfatului Square "Golden Stag Festival" |  78' min. AUD Quality: 4

18/08/  CZECH REP., Brno - Velodrome |  80' min. AUD Quality: 4
19/08/  GERMANY, Bad Reichenhall - Alte Saline

27/08/  UK, Cwmbran - Stadium (Decades of Rock Festival)
07/10/  SWITZERLAND, Visp - Litternahalle
(Festival with The Conells, Thunder) 

*FACTS FROM THE ROAD

01.05.1995 - Early May 1994 saw a scheduled tour of Asia, with dates in Japan, China and India but cancelled at short notice due to problems with the promoter.

16.06.1995 - Status Quo played for free at the "Niedersachsen Tag" at Oldenburg Schlossplatz, Germany. The Gig was supported by Radiostation NDR.

17.06.1995 - Status Quo's performance at Lüneburg's Flugplatz was filmed by German local TV station NDR and recorded for later breadcast on Radio NDR 2. This Festival was start of the ROCK OVER GERMANY'95 series of concerts with famous artists like Rod Stewart, Elton John, Page & Plant, Sheryl Crow, Joe Cocker and itialian Eros Ramazzotti. Highligts from the festival were broadcasted on German TV on 24.6.1995

27.08.1995 - Status Quo headlined the Decades of Rock Festival in South Wales. Other acts on the bill included Dear John, The Manfreds & Craig McLachlan, Suzi Quatro and  Dr. Feelgood.

 

                    

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