True Colors WORLD TOUR

(ORIGINAL NOTES FROM PAGE AFTER PAGE)

 

This tour began on September 10, 1986 and finished on March 12, 1987 (184 days). It included 59 concerts.

 

The Band

Cyndi Lauper - Vocals

Aldo Nova - Guitar - Vocal (at the beginning of the tour)

Rick Derringer - Guitar - Vocal (for the end of the tour)

Kevin Jenkins - Bass, Vocals

David Rosenthal - Keyboards

Sue Hadjopoulos - Percussion, Vocals

Sterling Campbell - Drums

Some people of the crew

Shannon E. Hall - Personal Asst. and Wardrobe Asst.

Robin Irvine - Tour Manager

Cheryl Wilson - Asst. Stylist and stylist

Jody Morlock - Makeup Artist

 

Notes

Concrete Blonde opened up the concerts in most of her US concerts. There was no opening during the European shows.

Cyndi's True Colors tour was number 4 in the top 10 grossing concerts in 1986. The source from this information was found in Billboard magazine.

Tour info

SET LIST

North America

  1. "Change of Heart"

  2. "I'll Kiss You" (Japan only)

  3. "Goonies 'R' Good Enough"

  4. "Boy Blue"

  5. "All Through the Night"

  6. "What's Going On"

  7. "Iko Iko"

  8. "She Bop"

  9. "Calm Inside the Storm"

  10. "911"

  11. "One Track Mind"

  12. "The Faraway Nearby"

  13. "True Colors"

  14. "Maybe He'll Know"

  15. "Yeah Yeah"/ "He's So Unusual" (Asia only)

  16. "Time After Time"

  17. "Money Changes Everything"

  18. "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"

  19. "True Colors"

Notes

"Iko Iko" was performed on select dates in North America and Europe.

I'll Kiss You and a medley of "Yeah Yeah"/ "He's So Unusual" was performed on select dates in Asia and Australia.

"Girls Just Want to Have Fun"/"He's a Rebel"/"Hang On Sloopy" was performed as a medley on select dates in Europe

Tour dates

September 10, 1986 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan

September 11, 1986 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan

September 12, 1986 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan

September 13, 1986 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan

September 16, 1986 Iwata Japan Yamaha Stadium

September 17, 1986 Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall

September 18, 1986 Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall

September 19, 1986 Nagoya Japan Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium

September 22, 1986 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan

September 26, 1986 Sydney Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre

September 27, 1986 Sydney Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre

September 29, 1986 Sydney Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre

October 3, 1986 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre

October 5, 1986 Melbourne Australia Melbourne Sports and Entertainment Centre

October 6, 1986 Melbourne Australia Melbourne Sports and Entertainment Centre

October 7, 1986 Melbourne Australia Melbourne Sports and Entertainment Centre

October 10, 1986 Dallas U.S. Bronco Bowl

October 11, 1986 Honolulu U.S. Neal S. Blaisdell Arena

October 15, 1986 Oakland U.S. Kaiser Convention Center Auditorium

December 3, 1986 Providence U.S. Providence Civic Center

December 4, 1986 Worcester U.S. Worcester Centrum

December 5, 1986 Philadelphia U.S. The Spectrum

December 8, 1986 Bloomington U.S. Met Center

December 9, 1986 Chicago U.S. UIC Pavilion

December 13, 1986 Columbus U.S. Ohio Center

December 14, 1986 Richfield Township U.S. Coliseum at Richfield

December 17, 1986 Portland U.S. Cumberland County Civic Center

December 19, 1986 New York City U.S. Madison Square Garden

December 20, 1986 New Haven U.S. New Haven Coliseum

December 27, 1986 West Palm Beach U.S. West Palm Beach Auditorium

December 28, 1986 Lakeland U.S. Lakeland Civic Center

December 31, 1986 Atlanta U.S. Omni Coliseum

January 3, 1987 San Juan Puerto Rico Roberto Clemente Coliseum

January 8, 1987 Houston U.S. Houston Music Hall

January 10, 1987 Austin U.S. Frank Erwin Center

January 12, 1987 Dallas U.S. Bronco Bowl

January 14, 1987 Tyler U.S. The Oil Palace

January 17, 1987 Denver U.S. Mammoth Events Center

January 21, 1987 Spokane U.S. Spokane Opera House

January 23, 1987 Seattle U.S. Paramount Theatre

January 24, 1987 Seattle U.S. Paramount Theatre

January 26, 1987 Worcester U.S. Worcester Centrum

January 29, 1987 Davis U.S. Recreation Hall

January 30, 1987 Oakland U.S. Kaiser Convention Center Auditorium

January 31, 1987 Fresno U.S. Selland Arena

February 1, 1987 Stockton U.S. Spanos Center

February 3, 1987 Los Angeles U.S. Universal Amphitheatre

February 4, 1987 Los Angeles U.S. Universal Amphitheatre

February 21, 1987 Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy

February 22, 1987 Brussels Belgium Forest National

February 24, 1987 London England Hammersmith Odeon

February 25, 1987 Birmingham England Odeon Birmingham

February 26, 1987 Nottingham England Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

March 2, 1987 Munich Germany Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle

March 3, 1987 Frankfurt Germany Jahrhunderthalle

March 4, 1987 Hamburg Germany Congress Centrum Hamburg

March 7, 1987 Milan Italy PalaTrussardi

March 9, 1987 Florence ItalyPalasport

March 10, 1987 Rome Italy Palaeur

March 12, 1987 Paris France Zénith de Paris

Reviews

Cyndi Lauper True Colors Tour Providence

Tracks list

Sent by Mark E Tyacke.

1. Change of Heart

2. I'll Kiss You

3. The Goonies 'R' Good Enough

4. Boy Blue

5. All Through the Night

6. What's Going On

7. Iko Iko

8. Calm Inside the Storm

9. 911

10. One Track Mind

11. The Faraway Nearby

12. True Colors

13. Maybe He'll Know

14. She Bop

15. Time After Time

16. Money Changes Everything

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17. Girls Just Want to Have Fun

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18. True Colors (a cappella)

 

By Steve Vignone

I went to the ticket agent, which was a little store in Manchester CT to buy tickets for the show. To my surprise no one was there so I lucked out and got 2 front row tickets. I had seen Cyndi in 1984 at the Agora Ballroom in Hartford CT and it was awesome and I was hooked from then on. Anyway it has been quite a few years since the True Colors concert and my memories are mostly of the Live in Paris Video, but here are some standout moments. I raided my grandmother's junk jewelery which was pretty nice actually and tossed it on the stage and Cyndi was checking it out I was so excited. She also sat at the edge of the stage and was telling us that she couldn't shake hands anymore because of insurance reasons, we were laughing and then she says in the microphone OH SORRY I was having a private

conversation. We (people in the 1st couple) rows loved it. She looked so little in person. She was awesome and It was a great show. I also saw Cyndi at Foxwoods and when she opened for Tina Turner.

Source: PAGE AFTER PAGE

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