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The Songs About Jane Tour was the first worldwide tour by the American pop rock band Maroon 5, in support of their debut studio album, Songs About Jane (2002).[1][2]

Songs About Jane Tour
Tour by Maroon 5
Associated album Songs About Jane
Start date September 24, 2003
End date November 6, 2004
Legs 2
No. of shows 27 in Europe
52 in North America
79 total
Maroon 5 concert chronology

Contents

Set listEdit

  1. "Through with You"
  2. "Tangled"
  3. "Not Coming Home"
  4. "The Sun"
  5. "This Love"
  6. "She Will Be Loved"
  7. "Harder to Breathe"
  8. "Sunday Morning"
  9. "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" (The Beatles cover)
  10. "Shiver"
  11. "Sweetest Goodbye"

Opening actsEdit

Tour datesEdit

Date City Country Venue
United States
September 24, 2003 Modesto United States Fat Cat Music House
September 25, 2003 San Diego Cane's
September 26, 2003 Chico CSU Chico
September 27, 2003 Los Angeles House of Blues
September 28, 2003
September 29, 2003
September 30, 2003 Tempe Nita's Hideaway
October 2, 2003 Greeley Univ. of North Colorado
October 4, 2003 Dallas Gypsy
October 5, 2003 Austin Stubb's
October 6, 2003 Houston Engine Room
October 7, 2003 New Orleans House of Blues
October 9, 2003 Little Rock Juanitas's
October 10, 2003 Memphis New Daisy
October 11, 2003 Nashville Exit In
October 12, 2003 Birmingham Workplay
October 13, 2003
October 15, 2003 Atlanta Roxy
October 16, 2003 Tampa Twilight
October 17, 2003 Orlando House of Blues
October 19, 2003 North Myrtle Beach
October 20, 2003 Charleston Music Farm
October 21, 2003 Knoxville Blue Cat's
October 23, 2003 Lexington University of Kentucky
October 24, 2003 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
October 25, 2003 Lewisburg Bucknell University
October 26, 2003 Clifton Park Northern Lights
October 28, 2003 Orono The Maine Center for the Arts
October 29, 2003 New York City Roseland
October 30, 2003 Boston Paradise Rock Club
October 31, 2003 Philadelphia Theatre of Living Arts
November 1, 2003 Pittsburgh Laga
November 2, 2003 Toronto Canada Opera House
November 3, 2003 Cleveland United States Odeon
November 4, 2003 Detroit Saint Andrew's Hall
November 6, 2003 Chicago House of Blues
November 7, 2003 Indianapolis Knights of Columbus
November 8, 2003 Milwaukee Rave Hall
November 9, 2003 Minneapolis University of St. Thomas
November 10, 2003 Omaha Music Box
November 12, 2003 St. Louis Gargoyle
November 13, 2003 Kansas City Beaumont
November 14, 2003 Tulsa Curly's
November 16, 2003 Colorado Springs 32 Bleu
November 17, 2003 Denver Fillmore Auditorium
November 18, 2003 Salt Lake City DV8
November 20, 2003 Seattle Showbox
November 21, 2003 Vancouver Canada Richard's
November 22, 2003 Portland United States Roseland Theater
November 24, 2003 San Francisco The Fillmore
November 25, 2003 Anaheim House of Blues
November 26, 2003 Las Vegas
Europe
October 4, 2004 Cambridge England Corn Exchange
October 5, 2004 Nottingham Rock City
October 6, 2004 Leeds University of Leeds
October 8, 2004 Glasgow Scotland Barrowland Ballroom
October 9, 2004 Birmingham England Carling Birmingham Academy
October 10, 2004 Dublin Ireland Olympia Theatre
October 12, 2004 Manchester England Carling Apollo Manchester
October 13, 2004 Bristol Carling Bistol Academy
October 14, 2004 London Shepherd's Bush Empire
October 15, 2004
October 16, 2004
October 18, 2004 Copenhagen Denmark K.B. Hallen
October 19, 2004 Stockholm Sweden Klubben
October 20, 2004 Hamburg Germany Grosse Freiheit 36
October 21, 2004 Berlin Columbiahalle
October 23, 2004 Tilburg Netherlands 013
October 24, 2004 Zürich Switzerland X-tra Limmathaus
October 25, 2004 Munich Germany Georg Elser Halle
October 26, 2004 Vienna Austria Planet Music
October 28, 2004 Milan Italy Alcatraz
October 29, 2004 Paris France Trabendo
October 31, 2004 Stuttgart Germany Longhorn
November 1, 2004 Cologne E-Werk
November 3, 2004 Dublin Ireland Ambassador Theatre
November 4, 2004 Manchester England Carling Apollo Manchester
November 5, 2004 London Carling Brixton Academy
November 6, 2004

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Maroon 5 Announce First National Headline Tour; Singer/Songwriter Gavin DeGraw Selected to Open". March 18, 2018. Retrieved March 18, 2018. 
  2. ^ "The Songs About Jane Tour 2004". March 17, 2018. Retrieved March 17, 2018.