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Emotional Roadshow World Tour (stylized as EMØTIØNAL RØADSHØW WØRLD TØUR) was a headlining concert tour by American music duo Twenty One Pilots, in support of their album Blurryface. The tour began on May 31, 2016 in Cincinnati and concluded on June 25, 2017 in Columbus. It consisted of 123 shows.

Emotional Roadshow World Tour
Tour by Twenty One Pilots
Emotional road show poster.jpg
Associated albumBlurryface
Start dateMay 31, 2016 (2016-05-31)
End dateApril 8, 2017 (2017-04-08)
Legs5
No. of shows
  • 95 in North America
  • 21 in Europe
  • 7 in Oceania
  • 123 total
Box office$24,872,837
Twenty One Pilots concert chronology
  • Blurryface Tour
    (2015–16)
  • Emotional Roadshow World Tour
    (2016–17)
  • The Bandito Tour
    (2018–19)

Contents

Background and developmentEdit

The group announced a bigger tour to further promote Blurryface after they conclude the Blurryface Tour. First tour dates were announced on October 26, 2015, and more dates were announced on May 9, 2016.[1][2]

The first leg took place in North America across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The leg ran from May 31, 2016 to October 1, 2016. Mutemath and Chef'Special served as the opening acts, with the exception of Mexico City where Camilo Séptimo opened, and Mutemath not opening in Milwaukee who was replaced by Vinyl Theatre. The leg also consisted of festival appearances in Edmonton, Calgary, Atlanta, Las Vegas, and Monterrey. In between August 11, 2016 and September 3, 2016, the band performed in Reading and Leeds for the Reading and Leeds Festivals on August 26 & 27, 2016. The second leg took place across Europe. The leg ran from October 22, 2016 to November 17, 2016. Bry served as the opening act, with the exception of Moscow and Saint Petersburg. The third leg took place back in North America across the United States. The leg ran from January 17, 2017 to March 5, 2017. Jon Bellion and Judah & the Lion served as the opening acts. The fourth leg took place across Oceania. The leg ran from March 24, 2017 until April 8, 2017. Safia served as the opening act. The fifth and final leg of the tour took place back in North America. The leg consisted of three festivals and five shows in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio, dubbed Tour De Columbus.

Set listEdit

 
Twenty One Pilots performing on the Emotional Roadshow World Tour

This set list is representative of the show on February 16, 2017, in Anaheim. It is not representative of all concerts for the duration of the tour.[3]

  1. "Heavydirtysoul" (with "Fairly Local" intro)
  2. "Migraine"
  3. "Hometown"
  4. "Message Man" / "Polarize"
  5. "Heathens"
  6. "House of Gold" / "We Don't Believe What's on TV"
  7. "Can't Help Falling in Love (Elvis Presley cover)
  8. "Screen" / "The Judge"
  9. "Lane Boy"
  10. "Ode to Sleep"
  11. "Addict With a Pen"
  12. "Cancer" (My Chemical Romance cover)
  13. "Holding on to You"
  14. "Tubthumping" (Chumbawamba cover; with Jon Bellion and Judah & the Lion)
  15. "No Diggity" (Blackstreet cover; with Jon Bellion and Judah & the Lion)
  16. "Where Is the Love?" (The Black Eyed Peas cover; with Jon Bellion and Judah & the Lion)
  17. "Jump Around" (House of Pain cover; with Jon Bellion and Judah & the Lion)
  18. "Ride"
  19. "Stressed Out"
  20. "Guns for Hands"
  21. "Tear in My Heart"
  22. "Car Radio"
Encore
  1. "Goner"
  2. "Trees"
Notes
  • During the show in Camden, Twenty One Pilots performed and dedicated "Doubt" to Christina Grimmie. Grimmie died on June 10, 2016, of gunshot wounds inflicted in an attack following her concert performance in Orlando.[4]
  • During the Charlotte, NC stop of the tour on June 28, 2016 the band performed "Heathens" for the first time and it was added to the setlist after.
  • During their performance at the Reading and Leeds Festival on August 26, 2016, as Joseph attempted a crowd surf, he was abruptly attacked by the crowd and pulled under as various possessions of his were stolen and clothes were ripped. Once Joseph made it safely to an elevated platform, he bluntly called out to fellow band mate Josh Dun, "We've gotta be done. That's it". They had to end the set without playing the grand finale "Trees", as they were 10 minutes over the amount of time they were meant to be on stage.[5]

ShowsEdit

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue.
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America – Leg 1[6][7]
May 31, 2016 Cincinnati United States U.S. Bank Arena Mutemath
Chef'Special
N/A N/A
June 1, 2016 Pittsburgh Stage AE 5,200 / 5,200 $205,400
June 3, 2016 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre N/A N/A
June 4, 2016 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena 10,304 / 10,416 $353,140
June 5, 2016 Rosemont Allstate Arena N/A N/A
June 7, 2016 Toronto Canada Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
June 8, 2016 Cleveland United States Wolstein Center
June 10, 2016 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
June 11, 2016[a] Camden BB&T Pavilion 23,157 / 25,000 $791,117
June 12, 2016 Portsmouth Portsmouth Pavilion N/A N/A
June 14, 2016 Boston Agganis Arena
June 15, 2016
June 17, 2016 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 6,229 / 6,312 $308,336
June 18, 2016 Gilford Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion 8,320 / 8,320 $333,573
June 19, 2016 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium 27,215 / 27,215 $898,126
June 21, 2016 Buffalo Canalside N/A N/A
June 28, 2016 Charlotte Charlotte Metro Credit
Union Amphitheatre
June 29, 2016 Raleigh Red Hat Amphitheater
July 1, 2016 Orlando Amway Center 11,653 / 11,653 $420,639
July 2, 2016 Sunrise BB&T Center 11,705 / 11,916 $393,775
July 3, 2016 St. Augustine St. Augustine Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 5, 2016 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion 15,556 / 15,950 $360,149
July 6, 2016 Austin Austin360 Amphitheater 12,914 / 13,164 $360,230
July 8, 2016 Allen Allen Event Center N/A N/A
July 9, 2016 Oklahoma City The Zoo Amphitheatre
July 10, 2016 Kansas City Sprint Center 12,652 / 17,225 $437,425
July 12, 2016 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre N/A N/A
July 13, 2016
July 15, 2016 Las Vegas The Joint 4,317 / 4,317 $204,814
July 16, 2016 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena N/A N/A
July 18, 2016 Seattle WaMu Theater
July 19, 2016 Portland Moda Center
July 21, 2016 Berkeley Hearst Greek Theatre 17,000 / 17,000 $767,880
July 22, 2016
July 23, 2016 Inglewood The Forum 12,648 / 12,648 $537,060
July 24, 2016 San Diego Viejas Arena N/A N/A
July 26, 2016 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 12,552 / 12,894 $424,747
July 28, 2016 Lincoln Pinewood Bowl Amphitheater N/A N/A
July 29, 2016 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 13,581 / 14,255 $428,475
July 30, 2016 Milwaukee BMO Harris Pavilion Vinyl Theatre
Chef'Special
N/A N/A
July 31, 2016 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse Mutemath
Chef'Special
11,691 / 12,002 $389,419
August 2, 2016 St. Louis Scottrade Center N/A N/A
August 3, 2016 Rogers Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion
August 5, 2016 Orange Beach The Amphitheater at The Wharf 9,573 / 9,573 $324,178
August 6, 2016 Duluth Infinite Energy Arena 9,767 / 9,767 $391,115
August 7, 2016 Nashville Ascend Amphitheater N/A N/A
August 10, 2016 New York City Madison Square Garden 24,661 / 24,661 $1,184,446
August 11, 2016
Europe
August 26, 2016[b] Reading England Little John's Farm N/A N/A N/A
August 27, 2016[c] Leeds Bramham Park
North America – Leg 1[8]
September 3, 2016[d] Edmonton Canada Borden Park N/A N/A N/A
September 4, 2016[e] Calgary Fort Calgary
September 17, 2016[f] Atlanta United States Piedmont Park
September 23, 2016[g] Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena
September 30, 2016 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes Camilo Séptimo 20,656 / 21,013 $692,186
October 1, 2016[h] Monterrey Parque Fundidora N/A N/A N/A
Europe – Leg 2
October 22, 2016 Moscow Russia Sokol Music Hall N/A N/A N/A
October 23, 2016 Saint Petersburg Ice Palace
October 25, 2016 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Ice Hall Bry
October 27, 2016 Stockholm Sweden Annexet
October 29, 2016 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
October 30, 2016 Frederiksberg Denmark Falkonersalen
October 31, 2016 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
November 2, 2016 Berlin Max-Schmeling-Halle
November 3, 2016 Warsaw Poland Torwar Hall
November 4, 2016 Prague Czech Republic Tipsport Arena
November 5, 2016 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
November 7, 2016 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
November 8, 2016 Munich Germany Zenith Munich
November 9, 2016 Düsseldorf Mitsubishi Electric Halle
November 11, 2016 London England Alexandra Palace
November 13, 2016
November 15, 2016 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
November 16, 2016 Brussels Belgium Forest National
November 17, 2016 Paris France Zénith Paris
North America – Leg 3[13]
January 17, 2017 Providence United States Dunkin' Donuts Center Jon Bellion
Judah & the Lion
10,051 / 10,051 $461,773
January 18, 2017 Bridgeport Webster Bank Arena N/A N/A
January 20, 2017 Brooklyn Barclays Center 12,867 / 13,074 $731,119
January 21, 2017 Newark Prudential Center 12,430 / 12,634 $640,502
January 22, 2017 Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena 11,838 / 11,838 $570,298
January 24, 2017 Allentown PPL Center N/A N/A
January 25, 2017 Albany Times Union Center 11,605 / 11,605 $542,642
January 27, 2017 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 12,477 / 12,759 $592,916
January 28, 2017 Chicago United Center 12,906 / 13,350 $698,426
January 29, 2017 Moline iWireless Center N/A N/A
January 31, 2017 Madison Veterans Memorial Coliseum
February 1, 2017 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha 13,572 / 13,751 $573,104
February 3, 2017 Wichita Intrust Bank Arena 10,640 / 10,779 $510,780
February 4, 2017 Sioux Falls Denny Sanford Premier Center 10,349 / 10,547 $462,688
February 7, 2017 Bozeman Brick Breeden Fieldhouse N/A N/A
February 8, 2017 Boise Taco Bell Arena
February 10, 2017 San Jose SAP Center 12,429 / 12,429 $641,318
February 11, 2017 Sacramento Golden 1 Center 12,170 / 12,170 $599,442
February 14, 2017 Fresno Save Mart Center 10,535 / 10,763 $509,781
February 15, 2017 Anaheim Honda Center 23,807 / 23,807 $1,017,603
February 16, 2017
February 18, 2017 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center 8,681 / 8,681 $418,029
February 19, 2017 Tucson Tucson Arena N/A N/A
February 21, 2017 Tulsa BOK Center 11,548 / 11,548 $540,592
February 22, 2017 Dallas American Airlines Center 12,215 / 12,964 $674,626
February 24, 2017 Birmingham Legacy Arena 12,138 / 12,138 $480,554
February 25, 2017 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum Complex N/A N/A
February 26, 2017 North Charleston North Charleston Coliseum 8,763 / 8,763 $367,720
February 28, 2017 Tampa Amalie Arena 13,267 / 13,538 $606,731
March 2, 2017 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 12,555 / 12,555 $565,116
March 3, 2017 North Little Rock Verizon Arena 13,793 / 13,793 $587,502
March 4, 2017 Memphis FedExForum N/A N/A
March 5, 2017 Louisville KFC Yum! Center
Oceania – Leg 4[14][15]
March 24, 2017 Wellington New Zealand TSB Bank Arena Safia N/A N/A
March 25, 2017 Auckland Vector Arena
March 27, 2017 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre 9,414 / 9,414 $544,068
March 29, 2017 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre N/A N/A
March 31, 2017 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 11,827 / 11,827 $705,843
April 1, 2017 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena 13,878 / 13,878 $793,546
April 8, 2017 Perth Perth Arena 9,091 / 9,335 $535,731
North America – Leg 5[16][17][18]
May 19, 2017[i] Gulf Shores United States Gulf Shores Beach N/A N/A N/A
May 27, 2017[j] George The Gorge Amphitheatre
June 16, 2017[k] Dover The Woodlands of
Dover International Speedway
June 20, 2017[l] Columbus The Basement 284 / 284 $11,218
June 21, 2017[l] Newport Music Hall 1,600 / 1,600 $63,200
June 22, 2017[l] Express Live! Mutemath 5,500 / 5,500 $217,250
June 24, 2017[l] Nationwide Arena Judah & the Lion
Public
N/A N/A
June 25, 2017[l] Schottenstein Center MisterWives
Vesperteen
Total 584,370 / 596,665
(97.9%)
$24,872,837

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The concert on June 11, 2016 at BB&T Pavilion in Camden is part of Radio 104.5'S 9th birthday celebration.
  2. ^ The concert on August 26, 2016 at Little John's Farm in Reading is part of Reading and Leeds Festivals.
  3. ^ The concert on August 27, 2016 at Bramham Park in Leeds is part of Reading and Leeds Festivals.
  4. ^ The concert on September 3, 2016 at Borden Park in Edmonton is part of Sonic Boom.[9]
  5. ^ The concert on September 4, 2016 at Fort Calgary in Calgary is part of X-Fest.[9]
  6. ^ The concert on September 17, 2016 at Piedmont Park in Atlanta is part of Music Midtown.[10]
  7. ^ The concert on September 23, 2016 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas is part of iHeartRadio Music Festival.[11]
  8. ^ The concert on October 1, 2016 at Parque Fundidora in Monterrey is part of Live Out 2016.[12]
  9. ^ The concert on May 19, 2017 at Gulf Shores Beach in Gulf Shores is part of Hangout Music Festival.[19]
  10. ^ The concert on May 27, 2017 at The Gorge Amphitheatre in George is part of Sasquatch! Music Festival.[20]
  11. ^ The concert on June 16, 2017 at The Woodlands of Dover International Speedway in Dover is part of Firefly Music Festival.[21]
  12. ^ a b c d e The concerts on June 20, 21, 22, 24 and 25, 2017, in Columbus are part of the Tour De Columbus, a series of hometown shows across the city of Columbus where the duo started.[22]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Haskoor, Michael (October 28, 2015). "Twenty One Pilots Announce Huge Arena Tour, 2016's 'Emotional Roadshow'". Music Times. Retrieved May 10, 2015.
  2. ^ Payne, Chris (May 9, 2016). "Twenty One Pilots Announces Emotional Roadshow World Tour: See Dates Here". Billboard. Retrieved May 9, 2016.
  3. ^ Bose, Lilledeshan (February 17, 2017). "Twenty One Pilots Fly Through a Perfect Set for the Millennial Music Fan". OC Weekly. Retrieved June 22, 2017.
  4. ^ Chatterjee, Kika (June 11, 2016). "Twenty One Pilots, more dedicate songs to Christina Grimmie's memory— watch". Alternative Press. Retrieved June 13, 2016.
  5. ^ Perryman, Francesca (August 28, 2016). "Twenty One Pilots Tyler Joseph's rips shirt and loses shoe in Reading Festival crowd surf 'attack'". getreading.co. Retrieved September 22, 2016.
  6. ^ Levy, Piet (July 29, 2016). "Milwaukee band Vinyl Theatre opening for Twenty One Pilots Saturday". Tap Milwaukee. Retrieved July 31, 2016.
  7. ^ Box score:
  8. ^ Boxscore:
  9. ^ a b "Alberta's X-Fest and Sonic Boom Announce 2016 Lineups". exclaim.ca. May 30, 2016. Retrieved July 25, 2016.
  10. ^ "Atlanta's Music Midtown reveals 2016 lineup". Consequence of Sound. June 21, 2016. Retrieved July 25, 2016.
  11. ^ "2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival Lineup REVEALED!". iHeartMedia. July 25, 2016. Retrieved July 25, 2016.
  12. ^ "Live Out 2016". Monterrey 360 Magazine. June 13, 2016. Retrieved July 25, 2016.
  13. ^ Box score:
  14. ^ Graves, Shahlin (March 17, 2017). "SAFIA TO OPEN FOR TWENTY ONE PILOTS IN NZ + AUSTRALIA". Coup de Main Magazine. Retrieved March 23, 2017.
  15. ^ Box score:
  16. ^ "Event details". PromoWest. June 7, 2017. Retrieved June 15, 2017.
  17. ^ "Judah & the Lion opening Twenty One Pilots Tour de Columbus show". WJBD Radio. June 7, 2017. Retrieved June 15, 2017.
  18. ^ Boxscore:
  19. ^ "Hangout Music Festival Reveals 2017 Lineup". Billboard. November 29, 2016. Retrieved December 2, 2016.
  20. ^ "Frank Ocean, Chance the Rapper Lead Sasquatch Festival 2017 Lineup". Rolling Stone. January 23, 2017. Retrieved January 24, 2017.
  21. ^ "Firefly reveals 2017 lineup: Bob Dylan, Chance the Rapper, The Weeknd, Muse to headline". Consequence of Sound. January 27, 2017. Retrieved January 29, 2017.
  22. ^ "Twenty One Pilots add Value City Arena concert to Tour De Columbus". The Columbus Dispatch. March 29, 2017. Retrieved March 29, 2017.