Roxette world tour 2011, Riga march 16

The band kicks off in Kazan, Russia March 1st and will cover at least five continents during the year. Marie Fredriksson and Per Gessle are returning to the world stage full of new enthusiasm after their six sold out concerts this summer. Roxette toured Europe in 2001. However, the last world tour took place in 1994-95 with the “Crash! Boom! Bang!” album.

"If you’d asked me a couple of years ago, if there would ever be a new Roxette tour I would have very quickly said 'No!'," says singer, guitarist and songwriter Per Gessle. "Knowing what Marie (Fredriksson, lead vocalist) had to go through in recovering from her severe illness, this is not only unbelievable, it seems almost magical to me. It will be wonderful to meet all our audience on Planet Earth again."

"I’ve been longing and hoping for this since 2002. It makes me incredibly happy to know we’re going to meet our fans all around the world again," says Marie.

Besides the tour, Roxette fans can look forward to a brand new album in the first quarter of 2011.


Tour plan
28 Feb Tatneft Arena Kazan, Russia

3 March Palace of Sports Samara, Russia

5 March Palace of Sports Yekaterinburg, Russia

7 March Siberia Arena Novosibirsk, Russia

10 March Exhibition Center Kiev, Ukraine

12 March Minsk Arena Minsk, Belarus

14 March Siemens Arena Vilnius, Lithuania

16 March Arena Riga Riga, Latvia

18 March Saku Hall Tallinn, Estonia


01 Apr Vive Cuervo Salon Mexico City, Mexico

04 Apr Luna Park Buenos Aires, Argentina

05 Apr Luna Park Buenos Aires, Argentina

07 Apr Orfero Córdoba, Argentina

09 Apr Movistar Arena Santiago, Chile

12 Apr Pepsi on Stage Porto Algre, Brazil

14 Apr Credicard Hall Sao Paulo, Brazil

16 Apr Citibank Hall Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

17 Apr Chevrolet Hall Belo Horizonte, Brazil

19 Apr Credicard Hall Sao Paulo, Brazil


10 May Grand Arena Cape Town, RSA

11 May Grand Arena Cape Town, RSA

14 May The Superbowl Sun City, RSA

15 May The Superbowl Sun City, RSA

27 May Terra Vibe Park Athens, Greece

29 May Nat. Palace of Culture Sofia, Bulgaria

30 May Zone Arena Bucharest, Romania


1 June Budapest Sport Arena Budapest, Hungary

3 June See Fest Festival Graz, Austria

5 June O2 Arena Prague, Czech Rep.

6 June Steel Arena Kosice, Slovakia

9 June Plenen Bergen, Norway

11 June Zitadelle Berlin, Germany

12 June Hessentag Frankfurt, Germany

15 June Völkerschlachtsdenkmal Leipzig, Germany

16 June Tanzbrunnen Cologne, Germany

19 June Torwar Warsaw, Poland


7 July Stavern Festival Stavern, Norway

9 July Bospop Festival Weert, Netherlands

16 July Nordkalks Dagbrot Pargas, Finland

22 July Tivoli Copenhagen, Denmark

24 July Trädgårdsföreningen Gothenburg, Sweden

31 July Suikerrock Festival Tienen, Belgium

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