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Ending On A High Note Tour
Tour by a-ha
Locations South America, North America, Europe
Supporting album Foot of the Mountain
Start date 4 March 2010
End date 4 December 2010
Legs 3
Shows 60
a-ha tour chronology
Foot Of The Mountain Tour
(2009)
Ending On A High Note Tour
(2010)

Ending On A High Note Tour is a worldwide concert tour by Norway synthpop/rock band a-ha in support of the group's 9th studio album, Foot of the Mountain, which was released in June 2009.[1]

On 15 October 2009, the band announced they are to split after a worldwide concert tour in 2010.[2]

The tour began on March 4 at the Estadio Luna Park in Buenos Aires, Argentina and will end on 4 December in Oslo Spektrum in Oslo, Norway, visiting many cities in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom and several European countries.

The upcoming sold out a-ha show in Santiago, Chile on 6 March is cancelled. Due to the current difficult circumstances in connection with the recent earthquake, the Chilean government has suspended all artistic activity in the country. The concert for Santiago, Chile has been rescheduled for March 23.[3]

Due to demand, the a-ha concert on March 16 in Centro de Convenções (Brasilia, Brazil) has been moved to a larger venue, Ginásio Nilson Nelson.[4]

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End of a-ha

On 15 October 2009, through a press release from the official website of the group, "has stated that after his latest album Foot of the Mountain , with the success enjoyed by both commercial and critical acclaim, had decided that now was the time of final dissolution of the band. In a statement on the news the band thanked all the cooperation and support received throughout his career, they talked and put an end with these words:

"We've literally lived the ultimate boy's adventure tale, through a longer, more rewarding career than anyone could hope for.
Doing this now will give us a chance to get more involved in other meaningful aspects of life, be it humanitarian work, politics, or whatever else - and of course through new constellations in the field of art and music. We are retiring as a band, not as individuals.
Change is always difficult and It is easy to get set in one's ways. Now it is time to move on. "
- a-ha, October 2009[5]

Setlist

Variations to setlist might occure throughout the tour.

  1. "The Bandstand"
  2. "Foot of the Mountain"
  3. "Analogue"
  4. "Summer Moved on"
  5. "Lifelines"
  6. "Move to Memphis"
  7. "Crying in the Rain"
  8. "Stay on These Roads"
  9. "The Blood that Moves the Body"
  10. "The Living Daylights"
  11. "Early Morning"
  12. "And You Tell Me"
  13. "Scoundrel Days"
  14. "Cry Wolf"
  15. "Manhattan Skyline"
  16. "I've Been Losing You"
  17. "Living a Boy's Adventure"
  18. "Hunting High and Low"
  19. "Train of Thought"
  20. "The Sun Always Shine on TV"
  21. "Take on Me"


Alternative songs performed at selected shows:

  • "You Are the One"
  • "Touchy"
  • "The Swing of Things"
  • "Minor Earth Major Sky"

Tour dates

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Leg 1: South America

Date City Country Venue
4 March 2010 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park, Buenos Aires
9 March 2010 Bauru Brazil Alameda Quality Center
10 March 2010 São Paulo Credicard Hall
13 March 2010 Rio de Janeiro Citibank Hall
14 March 2010 Belo Horizonte Chevrolet Hall
16 March 2010 Brasília Ginásio Nilson Nelson
18 March 2010 Recife Chevrolet Hall
20 March 2010 Fortaleza Siara Hall
23 March 2010 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena

Leg 2: North America

Date City Country Venue
6 May 2010 New York, NY United States Nokia Theatre Times Square
7 May 2010
8 May 2010
10 May 2010 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
13 May 2010 Chicago United States Riviera Theatre
15 May 2010 Los Angeles, CA Club Nokia
16 May 2010

Leg 3: Europe

Date City Country Venue
28 May 2010 Mönchengladbach Germany Warsteiner HockeyPark
29 May 2010 Trier Trier Arena
30 May 2010 Hesse Stadtallendorf
1 June 2010 Kiel Sparkassen-Arena
17 July 2010 Zurich Switzerland Dolder Eisbahn (Live At Sunset)
18 July 2010 Salem Germany Schloß Salem
23 July 2010 Schlossplatz Schloßplatz
24 July 2010 Halle, North Rhine-Westphalia Gerry Weber Stadion
25 July 2010 Dresden Filmnächte am Elbufer
21 August 2010 Oslo Norway Ullevaal Stadium
28 August 2010 Bergen Brann Stadium
2 September 2010 Stavanger Rått og Råde Festival
3 September 2010 Tromsø Døgnvill Festival
4 September 2010 Trondheim Lerkendal Stadium
11 September 2010 Kristiansand Sør Arena
10 October 2010 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
11 October 2010 Brussels Belgium Forest National
12 October 2010 Paris France Le Zénith
14 October 2010 Madrid Spain Palacio Vistalegre
15 October 2010 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
18 October 2010 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
19 October 2010 Stuttgart Porsche Arena
21 October 2010 Nuremberg Nuremberg Arena
22 October 2010 Leipzig Leipzig Arena
23 October 2010 Rostock Stadthalle Rostock
25 October 2010 Braunschweig Volkswagen Halle
26 October 2010 Mannheim SAP Arena
28 October 2010 Hamburg Color Line Arena
29 October 2010 Berlin O2 World
1 November 2010 Riga Latvia Arena Riga
2 November 2010 Vilnius Lithuania Siemens Arena
15 November 2010 Brighton United Kingdom Brighton Centre
16 November 2010 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
17 November 2010 Glasgow Clyde Auditorium
19 November 2010 Birmingham LG Arena
20 November 2010 Manchester MEN Arena
21 November 2010 Nottingham Trent FM Arena
23 November 2010 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
25 November 2010 Cardiff Cardiff International Arena
26 November 2010 Bournemouth Bournemouth International Centre
27 November 2010 London Wembley Arena
2 December 2010 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
3 December 2010
4 December 2010

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