A Night To Remember World Tour

(ORIGINAL NOTES FROM PAGE AFTER PAGE)

This tour began on April 21, 1989 and finished on November 26, 1989 (220 days). It included 45 concerts.

The Band

Cyndi Lauper - Vocals

Pat Buchanan - Guitar, Vocals

Kevin Jenkins - Bass, Vocals

Jim Yaeger - Keyboards, Vocals

Sue Hadjopoulos - Percussion, Vocals

Tony James - Drums

John Turi - Sax, Keys & Vocals

Management

David Wolff - Personal Manager

Arnie Geller - Management

Support

Laura Wills - Stylist

Jody Morlock - Makeup Artist

Paul Toledano - Wardrobe Assistant

Robin Irvine - Tour Manager

The Crew

John Walsh - Assistant Tour Man

Roger Vitale - Production - Stage Manager

Tony Byrd - Keyboard Technician

Wade Crimley - Guitar Technician

Jimmy Bolton - Drum Technician, Carpenter

David Martley - Percussion Technician

Hi-Tech

John Lebetski - House Sound Engineer

Rick Kordash - Monitor Engineer

Carol Dodds - Lighting Designer

Tour info

Set Lists

​North America - Leg 1​

  1. "I Drove All Night"

  2. "Primitive"

  3. "My First Night Without You"

  4. "What's Going On"

  5. "Like a Cat"

  6. "Heading West"

  7. "A Night to Remember"

  8. "Unconditional Love"

  9. "Insecurious"

  10. "Dancing with a Stranger"

  11. "She Bop"

  12. "I Don't Want to Be Your Friend"

  13. "Kindred Spirit"

  14. "Iko Iko"

  15. "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"

  16. "Time After Time"

  17. "True Colors"

  18. "Money Changes Everything"

  • For the concert on April 25th in New Haven, Connecticut; Lauper performed "He's a Rebel".

  • The concert on April 26th, in Asbury Park, New Jersey; Lauper closed the show with "A Night to Remember" instead of "Money Changes Everything".

Asia/Australia

  1. "I Drove All Night"

  2. "Change of Heart"

  3. "Primitive"

  4. "My First Night Without You"

  5. "What's Going On"

  6. "Iko Iko"

  7. "Hole In My Heart (All The Way To China)"

  8. "A Night to Remember"

  9. "Boy Blue"

  10. "All Through the Night"

  11. "She Bop"

  12. "Dancing with a Stranger"

  13. "Heading West"

  14. "Money Changes Everything"

  15. "Unabbreviated Love"

  16. "Time After Time"

  17. "Girls Just Want To Have Fun"

  18. "Baby Workout"

  19. "True Colors" (A capella version)

  20. "Money Changes Everything"

  • The concert on October 2nd, in Seoul, Korea; Lauper closed show with "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"

South America/North America - Leg 2

  1. "I Drove All Night"

  2. "Change of Heart"

  3. "Primitive

  4. "My First Night Without You"

  5. "What's Going On"

  6. "Iko Iko"

  7. "Hole in My Heart (All the Way to China)"

  8. "A Night to Remember"

  9. "Boy Blue"

  10. "All Through the Night"

  11. "She Bop"

  12. "Dancing with a Stranger"

  13. "Heading West"

  14. "Money Changes Everything"

  15. "Time After Time"

  16. "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"

  17. "True Colors" (A capella version)

  18. "Kindred Spirit"

  19. "Baby Workout"

  • For the concert on November 10th, at Estadio Nacional in Santiago, Chile; Lauper closed the show with a acapella version of "True Colors".

  • The concert in   , Chile on November 12th; she performed a medley of an extended version of "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" and "He's a Rebel".

Tour dates

April 21, 1989 Poughkeepsie U.S. Chance Theatre

April 24, 1989 New Haven U.S. Toad's Place

April 25, 1989 Asbury Park U.S. The Stone Pony

April 26, 1989 Asbury Park U.S. The Stone Pony

June 17, 1989 Westerly U.S. Misquamicut Beach Club

June 18, 1989 Hampton U.S. Beach Club Casino

June 20, 1989 Baltimore U.S. Hammerjacks Concert Hall

September 12, 1989 Hiroshima Japan Hiroshima Sun Plaza

September 13, 1989 Fukuoka Japan Fukuoka Kokusai Center

September 14, 1989 Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall

September 15, 1989 Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall

September 17, 1989 Nagoya Japan Nagoya Rainbow Hall

September 18, 1989 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan

September 19, 1989 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan

September 22, 1989 Yokohama Japan Yokohama Arena

September 25, 1989 Sapporo Japan Tsukisamu Green Dome

September 27, 1989 Sendai Japan Sendai Gymnasium

September 29, 1989 Shizuoka Japan Shizuoka Prefectural Kusanagi Gymnasium

September 30, 1989 Niigata Japan Niigata City Gymnasium

October 2, 1989 Seoul South Korea Jamsil Students' Gymnasium

October 6, 1989 Taipei Taiwan National Concert Hall

October 7, 1989 Taipei Taiwan National Concert Hall

October 9, 1989 Kowloon Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum

October 13, 1989 Manila Philippines Folk Arts Theater

October 14, 1989 Manila Philippines Folk Arts Theater

October 17, 1989 Sydney Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre

October 18, 1989 Sydney Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre

October 21, 1989 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre

October 23, 1989 Melbourne Australia National Tennis Centre

October 24, 1989 Melbourne Australia National Tennis Centre

October 26, 1989 Canberra Australia Canberra Theatre

November 3, 1989 São Paulo Brazil Ginásio do Ibirapuera

November 4, 1989 São Paulo Brazil Ginásio do Ibirapuera

November 5, 1989 São Paulo Brazil Ginásio do Ibirapuera

November 7, 1989 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Ginásio do Maracanãzinho

November 10, 1989 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional

November 12, 1989 Concepción Chile Estadio Municipal de Concepción

November 15, 1989 Caracas Venezuela Poliedro de Caracas

November 16, 1989 Caracas Venezuela Poliedro de Caracas

November 17, 1989 Caracas Venezuela Poliedro de Caracas

November 22, 1989 León Mexico Domo de la Feria

November 23, 1989 Guadalajara Mexico Plaza de Toros Nuevo Progreso

November 24, 1989 Querétaro Mexico Estadio Corregidora

November 25, 1989 Mexico City Mexico Auditorio Nacional

November 25, 1989 Mexico City Mexico Auditorio Nacional

Reviews

Cyndi Lauper A Night to Remember World Tour (Santiago)

Tracks list

1. I Drove All Night

2. Change Of Heart

3. Primitive

4. My First Night Without You

5. What's Going On

6. Iko Iko

7. Hole In My Heart (All The Way To China)

8. A Night To Remember

9. Boy Blue

10. All Through The Night

11. She Bop

12. Dancing With A Stranger

13. Heading West

14. Money Changes Everything

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15. Unabbreviated Love

16. Time After Time

17. Girls Just Want To Have Fun / He's A Rebel

18. Kindred Spirit

19. True Colors

 

Comments

A bootleg video of this concert had been released (approx 84 minutes). This is based on a TV broadcast in Chile at that time.

 

By Gustavo Sobarzo

This show was broadcasted by a Chilean TV. In this broadcast, the songs My First Night Without You, What's Going On and

Iko Iko didn't appear. Why? The sponsor of this tour was PEPSI. It was the sponsor of the TV program too. During her  performance, Cyndi sang these three songs very, very close one to the other (almost like only one big song), and during the first two ones there was no problem. But, when she was begining "Iko Iko", the sound turned off. She kept singing 'cause she

didn't feel it, but the audience did it. All the people began to scream "Coca Cola, Coca Cola" (Coke). PEPSI didn't let the channel to show this humiliation...This concert was the first one that Cyndi performed in a stadium. Dave Wolff even said in an interview that it was the biggest concert that she had made till this moment: around 60.000 people!

By Luigi André Brignardello

Into the National Stadium go in over 75,000 spectators and is reserved only for the great shows. If you consider 1/4 of the stadium' sites are occupied by the stage o covered by it, the audience diminish to 56,500 people. But if you adds the turf carpet, the audience can increase to over 68,000. Well, this afternoon, I was on the turf carpet near the stage (about 30 meters). It was warm spring day and my friends (5) and me

arrived at 5 o'clock (the show just was to begin at 10:00). The stadium was full (over 65,000 people) and everybody began to scream ...Cyndi, Cyndi, Cyndi!!! after the stadium main lighst on and the night would darken the city. This concert were the

second great show of the year and a lot of people were impatient. All lights off except a little candle back the stage and a voice in off announce us that Cyndi was on the stage. We screamed next to the explotions effects and Cyndi jumped on the stage. All the people on the turf carpet began to run to the stage. Into the confusion my friends and me disjoined us. Really I almost died crushed this night. All people screamed and sang

"I Drove All Night". I was happy. After the stamped I was only 20 meters to the stage...20 meters to Cyndi!!! The minutes passed and the songs too. I know all the lyrics and I sang it until being aphonic. Cyndi made us sing every choir. Two hour flew quickly and "True Colors" choir kept in my ears for some days... It was a night to remember...forever.

 

Comments by Boris Slako

I was in this concert,and I loved it, anyway i was in  Coyhaique(xi)region in chile, and the consert was in the capital from Chile, i traveled from Coyhaique (3 hours by plane) to see the concert and I was really exited,because i am a fan from her and I could see her, it was one of my best day in my life, any way I was 20 years old, then you can imaginate what it was to me. Well it was my coment and i did not write before because i did not know about this page

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