Hat Full of Stars


This tour began on May 15, 1993 and finished on January 05, 1994 (236 days). It included 37 concerts.

The Band

Jan Pulsford - Keyboards

Kevin Jenkins - Bass

Kat Dyson - Guitar

Larry Campbell - Mandolin

Pierre Andre - Sax & Percussion

Scooter Warner - Drums

Catherine Russell - Vocals

Chrissy Faith - Vocals

The crew

Robin Irvine - Tour Manager

James Geddes - Sound Engineer

John Walsh - Drum Technician

John Cleary - Production Manager

Seth Goldman - Monitor Engineer

Daniel J. O'Neil - Guitar Technician

Dary Sulich - Keyboard Technician

Helena Occhipinti (for Oribe at Elizabeth Arden) - Hair & Makeup

Cheryl Wilson - Stylist - Wardrobe

Tour info

Set List

1. That's What I Think

2. Product of Misery

3. Who Let in The Rain

4. Lies

5. Broken Glass

6. Sally's Pigeons

7. Feels Like Christmas

8. Dear John

9. Like I Used To

10. Someone Like Me

11. A Part Hate

12. Hat Full of Stars

13. Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Rap)

14. True Colors

15. Ohh Child

16. Change of Heart

17. Time After Time

18. That's What I Think

Tour dates

May 15, 1993 New York City United States The Roxy

May 17, 1993 Dallas Trees

May 18, 1993 Houston Tower Theater

May 19, 1993 New Orleans Tipitina's

May 21, 1993 Atlanta Variety Playhouse

May 22, 1993 Norfolk The Boathouse

May 24, 1993 Baltimore Hammerjacks Concert Hall

May 25, 1993 Philadelphia Chestnut Cabaret

May 26, 1993 New York City Irving Plaza

May 28, 1993 Boston Paradise Rock Club

June 3, 1993 Phoenix The Roxy

June 4, 1993 Los Angeles The Fonda Theatre

June 5, 1993 San Francisco Slim's

June 7, 1993 San Juan Capistrano Coach House Concert Hall

June 8, 1993 Ventura Majestic Ventura Theater

June 16, 1993 Englewood Gothic Theater

June 18, 1993 Minneapolis First Avenue

June 19, 1993 Chicago Park West

June 20, 1993 Pontiac The Industry

June 22, 1993 Cincinnati Bogart's

June 23, 1993 Toronto Canada The Opera House

December 5, 1993 Palm Desert United StatesMcCallum Theatre

December 6, 1993 Redondo Beach The Strand

December 12, 1993 Tokyo Japan NHK Hall

December 13, 1993 Tokyo Japan U-Port Hall

December 14, 1993 Sendai Japan Sendai Sun Plaza Concert Hall

December 16, 1993 Tokyo Japan Shibuya Public Hall

December 17, 1993 Nagoya Japan NCC Century Hall

December 20, 1993 Hiroshima Japan Mielparque Hall

December 21, 1993 Fukuoka Japan Shimin Kaikan

December 22, 1993 Kobe Japan Kokusai Kaikan

December 24, 1993 Nagoya Hilton Nagoya Ballroom

December 25, 1993 Matsumoto Japan Bunka Kaikan

December 28, 1993 HarbourFront Singapore World Trade Centre Exhibition Hall

December 31, 1993 Taipei Taiwan Taipei International Convention Center

January 1, 1994 Taipei Taiwan Taipei International Convention Center

January 3, 1994 Tokyo Japan Club Quattro

January 5, 1994 Tokyo Japan U-Port Hall


by January Ellen

I remember being totally bummed out one day at work, and one of my co-workers asked me what was wrong. I told her that Cyndi Lauper tickets were going on sale and I couldn't afford the ticket. To my complete surprise and disbelief, this now really great friend of mine offered to buy my ticket for me so I could go, and offered to go with me! So we took a Greyhound to the Opera House, and found ourselves lined up to see the show. I wasn't aware beforehand that they were filming a video. I saw posters all over that said that if you didn't want to be seen on camera then you better not go in. Well that just made me even MORE excited! We made our way up to the front row, and this was the closest I had ever been to Cyndi! She had white blond hair, and it was short with long spiky sideburns. She wore a great black outfit....but as I write this--DUH!--you probably saw that in the video! She had a wonderful band, and backup singers too. I remember she sang "Dear John" with one of the backup singers. During the show she allowed people to ask her questions, and someone said that they thought her new album was way better than Madonna's. Cyndi's response, which made

me even more respectful of her as a person and performer, was that she appreciated how much they liked her new album, but that it wasn't necessary to blow out someone else's candle to make hers burn brighter. Wow. What a classy lady. Someone else asked her to sign a $10 bill, which she did. She sang an a cappella version of True Colors. And she wore a steel washboard on her chest during a song as well. (I don't remember which one!) The absolute COOLEST thing that happened to me at this show was when I got to shake Cyndi's hand during a song. She came over to my side of the stage, and everyone put their hand up for her to touch, and out of everyone she took my hand and held it for a few seconds. I couldn't believe that I got to shake hands with Cyndi Lauper! I have pictures from that show, but unfortunately I don't have a scanner. And I didn't make it in the video. Unfortunately we had to leave the show early to catch our Greyhound bus home.

More reviews coming soon!

Follow us


  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter

Lauperland is dedicated, with love, to



True Colors United Co-Founder

Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductee

Tony™ Award Winner

Grammy™ Awards Winner

Emmy™ Award Winner

Billboard Icon Award Winner

NY Times Best-selling Author

MTV Video Music Awards Winner

American Music Awards Winner

© 1995-2021 Cyndi Lauper, Lauperland and Page After Page unless otherwise stated. Music, videos, photographs, artwork and text are copyright their respective owners. All content is provided for information and commentary only. If your work appears here and you wish to be credited, please click here. All rights reserved.

Terms of Use

Privacy Policy