Crush Tour

index

2000

Asia

July 12 – Tokyo, Japan – Tokyo Dome
July 13 – Tokyo, Japan – Tokyo Dome
July 15 – Nagoya, Japan – Nagoya Dome
July 18 – Fukuoka, Japan – Fukuoka Dome
July 20 – Osaka, Japan – Osaka Dome

Europe

August 5 – Turku, Finland – Elysée Arena
August 7 – Helsinki, Finland – Hartwall Arena
August 8 – Stockholm, Sweden – Globen
August 10 – Gothenburg, Sweden – Scandinavium
August 12 – Essen, Germany – Georg-Melches-Stadion
August 13 – Ludwigshafen, Germany – Südweststadion
August 15 – Zeltweg, Austria – A1 Ring
August 16 – Leipzig, Germany – Festwiesse
August 19 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium
August 20 – London, UK – Wembley Stadium
August 22 – Gateshead, UK – Gateshead International Stadium
August 23 – Stoke-on-Trent, UK – Britannia Stadium
August 25 – Dublin, Ireland – RDS Arena
August 27 -Ostend, Belgium – Hippodrome
August 30 – Zurich, Switzerland – Letzigrund
September 1 – Arnhem, Netherlands – GelreDome
September 2 – Bremen, Germany – Weserstadion
September 5 – Berlin, Germany – Waldbuhne
September 8 – Nuremberg, Germany – Zeppelinfield

North America

November 3 – Charlotte, USA – Independence Arena
November 5 – Fort Lauderdale, USA – National Car Rental Center
November 8 – Boston, USA – Fleetcenter
November 10 – Philadelphia, USA – First Union Center
November 12 – Pittsburgh, USA – Mellon Arena
November 14 – Wilkes-Barre, USA – First Union Arena at Casey Plaze
November 16 – East Rutherford, USA – Continental Airlines Arena
November 18 – Auburn Hills, USA – The Palace of Auburn Hills
November 20 – Rosemont, USA – Allstate Arena
November 22 – Indianapolis, USA – Conseco Fieldhouse
November 24 – St. Louis, USA – Savvis Center
November 25 – Cincinnati, USA – Firstar Center
November 27 – Toronto, Canada – Air Canada Centre
November 28 – Montreal, Canada – Molson Centre
December 3 – Inglewood, USA – Great Western Forum