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The 1955 Tour
Tour by Mika
Supporting album The Boy Who Knew Too Much
Start date October 12, 2009
End date --
Legs 2
Shows 10 in North America
33 in Europe
43 total (to date)
Mika tour chronology
Dodgy Holiday Tour (2007) The 1955 Tour
(2009)

The 1955 Tour, is the second concert tour by British pop singer-songwriter Mika in support of his second studio album The Boy Who Knew Too Much.[1] The tour will reach North America and Europe. The tour will return to Australia for a full tour in mid 2010.

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Background

Mika announced the official name of his next tour on October 4, 2009 while rehearsals for the North American leg. The tour will have an outer space theme.

The idea behind this tour is a civilian that goes into space where something goes wrong he gets lost during his travel.

And when the show starts, we find out that the civilian turned astronaut lost in space is Mika.

Ian McKellen is the man who will be narrating at the beginning of his show.

Setlist

  1. Relax, Take It Easy
  2. Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)
  3. Stuck in the Middle
  4. Dr. John
  5. Blue Eyes
  6. Touches You
  7. Pick Up Off the Floor
  8. One Foot Boy
  9. Blame It On The Girls
  10. Happy Ending
  11. Billy Brown
  12. I See You
  13. Rain
  14. Love Today
  15. We Are Golden

Encore:

  1. Toy Boy
  2. Grace Kelly
  3. Lollipop

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America [2]
October 12, 2009 Toronto Canada The Sound Academy
October 13, 2009 Montreal Place des Arts
October 15, 2009 Boston United states Orpheum Theatre
October 16, 2009 New York United Palace
October 18, 2009 Philadelphia Electric Factory
October 20, 2009 Chicago Riviera
October 23, 2009 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
October 24, 2009 Oakland Fox Theater
October 26, 2009 Seattle The Moore
October 27, 2009 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom
Australia [3]
November 24, 2009 Sydney Australia Enmore Theatre
Asia [3]
November 26, 2009 Hong Kong China Star Hall
November 28, 2009 Seoul Korea Ax Hall
November 30, 2009 Tokyo Japan Studio Coast
Europe[4][5]
February 13, 2010 Belfast Ireland Waterfront Hall
February 15, 2010 Dublin Olympia Theatre
February 16, 2010
February 18, 2010 Sheffield United Kingdom O2 Academy Sheffield
February 19, 2010 Manchester Manchester Apollo
February 21, 2010 Leeds O2 Academy Leeds
February 22, 2010 Glasgow O2 Academy Glasgow
February 24, 2010 Newcastle O2 Academy Newcastle
February 25, 2010 Birmingham O2 Academy Birmingham
February 28, 2010 London Hammersmith Apollo
March 3, 2010 Brighton Brighton Centre
March 4, 2010 Bristol Colston Hall
March 12, 2010 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
March 13, 2010 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
March 15, 2010 Copenhagen Denmark KB Hallen
March 17, 2010 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
March 18, 2010 Stockholm Sweden Annexet
March 20, 2010 Düsseldorf Germany Philipshalle
March 21, 2010 Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle
March 23, 2010 Hamburg Color Line Arena
March 24, 2009 Berlin Columbia Halle
March 26, 2010 Leipzig Haus Auensee
March 27, 2010 Munich Zenith
March 29, 2010 Vienna Austria Gasometer
March 30, 2010 Stuttgart Germany Schleyerhalle
April 1, 2010 Basel Switzerland St. Jakobshalle
April 2, 2010 Luxembourg Luxembourg Rockhal
April 16, 2010 Lisbon Portugal Campo Pequeno
April 18, 2010 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
April 19, 2010 Madrid Palacio de los Deportes
April 21, 2010 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
April 23, 2010 Marseille France Le Dôme
April 24, 2010 Lyon Halle Tony Garnier
April 26, 2010 Paris Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
April 29, 2010 Nantes Zenith
April 30, 2010 Toulouse Le Zénith
May 1, 2010 Nice Palais Nikaia
May 3, 2010 Strasbourg Zénith

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