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Northern Star UK Tour

Northern Star UK Tour
Tour by Melanie C
Associated album Northern Star
Start date 31 August 2000
End date 1 October 2000
Shows 20 in Europe
20 total
Melanie C tour chronology
From Liverpool to Leicester Square
(1999)
Northern Star UK Tour
(2000)
Northern Star World Tour
(2001)

Northern Star UK Tour was the second set of concerts performed by English singer-songwriter Melanie C. The tour ran from 31 August 2000 until 1 October 2000.[1]

Set list

Personnel

Vocal

  • Melanie C

Band

  • Fergus Gerrand - Drums/Musical Director
  • Paul Gendler - Guitar
  • Claire Nicholson - Guitar/Backing Vocals
  • Arden Hart - Keyboards
  • Beth Symmons - Bass Guitar

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Europe
31 August 2000 Warsaw Poland Tower Hall
4 September 2000 Derby England Assembly Rooms
5 September 2000 Middlesbrough Town Hall
6 September 2000 Newcastle Newcastle City Hall
8 September 2000 Carlisle Sands Centre
9 September 2000 Glasgow Scotland Royal Concert Hall
10 September 2000 Aberdeen Music Hall Aberdeen
12 September 2000 Hull England Hull City Hall
13 September 2000 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
15 September 2000 Preston Guildhall
16 September 2000 Manchester Academy
17 September 2000 Bradford St Georges Hall
21 September 2000 Cardiff Wales St David's Hall
23 September 2000 Leicester England De Montford Hall
24 September 2000 Ipswich Regent
25 September 2000 Norwich UEA
27 September 2000 Southampton Southampton Guildhall
28 September 2000 Cambridge Cambridge Corn Exchange
30 September 2000 London Shepherds Bush Empire
1 October 2000

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