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The First Final Farewell Tour

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The First Final Farewell Tour[1] [2] [3] [4]
Tour by Phil Collins
Associated albumTestify & The Platinum Collection
Start date1 June 2004
End date20 November 2005
Legs3
No. of shows4 in Asia
27 in North America
46 in Europe
77 total
Phil Collins concert chronology
  • The Trip into the Light World Tour
    (1999)
  • The First Final Farewell Tour
    (2004-2005)
  • Not Dead Yet Tour
    (2017-2019)

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The First Final Farewell Tour was a concert tour by the English singer-songwriter Phil Collins, which ran from June 2004 to November 2005. Billed as his “farewell tour” and in support of his then most recent studio effort Testify

Tour band[edit]

  • Phil Collins: lead vocals, drums
  • Brad Cole: keyboards
  • Daryl Stuermer: lead guitar
  • Ronnie Caryl: rhythm guitar
  • Chester Thompson: drums
  • Luis Conte: percussion
  • Leland Sklar: bass guitar

The Singers

  • Amy Keys: backing vocals (lead on "Separate Lives" & "Easy Lover")
  • Arnold McCuller: backing vocals (lead on "Separate Lives" & "Easy Lover") 1
  • Lamont Van Hook: backing vocals (lead on "Easy Lover")
  • Lynn Fiddmont-Lindsey: backing vocals
  • Connie Jackson-Comegys: backing vocals
  • Bill Cantos: backing vocals

1 Left the tour after the June 17, 2004 show in Paris

The Vine Street Horns

  • Harry Kim: trumpet (solo on "Come With Me")
  • Gerald Albright: saxophone
  • Daniel Fornero: trumpet
  • Arturo Velasco: trombone

Set List[edit]

  1. Drum Intro
  2. ”Something Happened on the Way to Heaven”
  3. ”Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)”
  4. ”Don't Lose My Number”
  5. ”You'll Be In My Heart”
  6. “One More Night”
  7. ”On My Way”
  8. ”Can’t Stop Loving You”
  9. ”Hang in Long Enough”
  10. ”True Colors"
  11. ”Come With Me”
  12. ”A Groovy Kind Of Love”
  13. ”I Missed Again”
  14. ”Another Day In Paradise”
  15. ”No Way Out”
  16. ”Separate Lives”
  17. ”In The Air Tonight”
  18. ”Dance Into the Light“
  19. ”You Can’t Hurry Love”
  20. ”Two Hearts”
  21. ”Wear My Hat”
  22. ”Easy Lover”
  23. ”Sussudio”

Encore

  1. ”It's Not Too Late”
  2. “Drum Triple Intro
  3. ”Take Me Home”

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe
1 June 2004 Milan Italy Filaforum
3 June 2004 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
5 June 2004 Zurich Switzerland Letzigrund
6 June 2004 Munich Germany Olympiastadion
7 June 2004 Frankfurt Festhalle
9 June 2004 Stockholm Sweden Globe Arena
11 June 2004 Berlin Germany Waldbühne
12 June 2004 Cologne RheinEnergie Stadion
13 June 2004 Hanover Preussag Arena
15 June 2004 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
16 June 2004
17 June 2004
19 June 2004 Amsterdam The Netherlands Amsterdam ArenA[5]
20 June 2004 Werchter Belgium TW Classic[6]
21 June 2004 Leipzig Germany Zentralstadion
23 June 2004 Stuttgart Schleyerhalle
24 June 2004 Lyon France Halle Tony Garnier
25 June 2004 Nancy Zénith de Nancy Amphitheatre
27 June 2004 London England Wembley Arena
28 June 2004 Manchester M.E.N. Arena
30 June 2004 Nîmes France Arena of Nîmes
1 July 2004 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
3 July 2004 Lisbon Portugal Estádio José Alvalade
5 July 2004 Toulouse France Zénith de Toulouse
6 July 2004 Geneva Switzerland Geneva Arena
7 July 2004 Montreux 38th Montreux Jazz Festival
North America
26 August 2004 Anaheim United States Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
28 August 2004 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena[7]
30 August 2004 San Jose San Jose Arena
31 August 2004 Los Angeles Staples Center
1 September 2004 Phoenix America West Arena
3 September 2004 Oklahoma City Ford Center
4 September 2004 Dallas American Airlines Center
5 September 2004 Houston Toyota Center
7 September 2004 Milwaukee Bradley Center
8 September 2004 Chicago United Center
10 September 2004 Auburn Hills/Detroit The Palace of Auburn Hills
11 September 2004 Cleveland Gund Arena
12 September 2004 Buffalo HSBC Arena
14 September 2004 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
15 September 2004 Boston United States FleetCenter
17 September 2004 New York City Madison Square Garden[8]
18 September 2004
20 September 2004 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
21 September 2004 Uncasville United States Mohegan Sun Arena
22 September 2004 Philadelphia Wachovia Center
23 September 2004
24 September 2004 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
25 September 2004 Columbus Nationwide Arena
26 September 2004 Pittsburgh Mellon Arena

(Cancelled)

28 September 2004 Orlando, Florida TD Waterhouse Centre
29 September 2004 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
30 September 2004 Sunrise Office Depot Center
Europe #2 & Asia
13 October 2005 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall
14 October 2005 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena
15 October 2005
16 October 2005 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall
18 October 2005 Saint Petersburg Russia Ice Palace[9]
20 October 2005 Moscow Olympiyskiy[10]
22 October 2005 Vilnius Lithuania Siemens Arena
26 October 2005 Budapest Hungary Budapest Sports Arena
27 October 2005 Zagreb Croatia Dom Sportova
28 October 2005 Belgrade Serbia Belgrade Arena
30 October 2005 Bucharest Romania Romaero Baneasa[11]
1 November 2005 Piraeus/Athens Greece Peace and Friendship Stadium
3 November 2005 Istanbul Turkey Abdi İpekçi Arena
5 November 2005 Beirut Lebanon B.I.E.L.
7 November 2005 Tel Aviv Israel Bloomfield Stadium
10 November 2005 Dubai United Arab Emirates Dubai Autodrome
12 November 2005 Düsseldorf Germany LTU Arena
13 November 2005
15 November 2005 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
16 November 2005
17 November 2005 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
19 November 2005 Glasgow Scotland S.E.C.C. Hall 4
20 November 2005
23 November 2005 Prague Czech Republic Sazka Arena
24 November 2005



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