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Songs About Jane Tour
Songs About Jane Tour
Tour by Maroon 5
Maroon5 2004TourPoster.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Associated albumSongs About Jane
Start dateSeptember 15, 2003 (2003-09-15)
End dateNovember 27, 2004 (2004-11-27)
Legs11
No. of shows46 in Europe
92 in North America
7 in Australia
2 in South America
3 in Asia
150 Total
Maroon 5 concert chronology

The Songs About Jane Tour is the debut concert tour by American band Maroon 5. Kicking off in the fall of 2003, the tour promote their debut album, Songs About Jane (2002). Visiting Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australia, the band played 150 shows over the course of 14 months. Before starting the tour and in-between legs of the tour, the band served as the opening act for: Michelle Branch, Vanessa Carlton, Graham Colton Band, O.A.R.[1], Jason Mraz[2], Matchbox Twenty[3], John Mayer[4], Nikka Costa[5], the Counting Crows[2], Lenny Kravitz[6] and Sheryl Crow[5]; alongside playing radio, college and music festivals.

Opening acts

Setlist

The following setlist was obtained from the concert held on March 23, 2004, at Logo in Hamburg, Germany. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

  1. "Not Coming Home"
  2. "The Sun"
  3. "This Love"
  4. "Tangled"
  5. "Woman"
  6. "Must Get Out"
  7. "Harder to Breathe"
  8. "Wasted Years"
  9. "Sunday Morning"
  10. "Shiver"
Encore
  1. "She Will Be Loved"
  2. "Sweetest Goodbye"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Europe
September 15, 2003 Stockholm Sweden Debaser
September 16, 2003 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
September 18, 2003 London England Lock 17
September 19, 2003 Manchester Manchester Academy 3
North America[10]
September 21, 2003[A] San Francisco United States Sharon Meadow
September 24, 2003 Modesto Fat Cat Music House & Lounge
September 25, 2003[B] San Diego Cane's Bar & Grill
September 26, 2003 Chico Bell Memorial Union Auditorium
September 27, 2003[B] West Hollywood House of Blues
September 28, 2003[B]
September 29, 2003[B]
September 30, 2003 Tempe Nita's Hideaway
October 1, 2003 Albuquerque Sunshine Theater
October 2, 2003 Greeley Butler-Hancock Hall
October 4, 2003[B] Dallas Gypsy Tea Room
October 5, 2003 Austin Stubb's BBQ
October 6, 2003 Houston Ground Hall
October 7, 2003[B] New Orleans House of Blues
October 9, 2003 Little Rock Juanita's
October 10, 2003 Memphis The New Daisy Theatre
October 11, 2003 Nashville Exit/In
October 12, 2003 Birmingham WorkPlay Theatre
October 13, 2003
October 15, 2003[B] Atlanta Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre
October 16, 2003 Tampa Twilight
October 17, 2003[B] Lake Buena Vista House of Blues
October 18, 2003 Columbus Southern Theatre
October 19, 2003[B] North Myrtle Beach House of Blues
October 20, 2003 Charleston Music Farm
October 21, 2003 Knoxville Blue Cats
October 23, 2003 Lexington Singletary Center for the Arts
October 24, 2003 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
October 25, 2003 Lewisburg Uptown Nightclub
October 26, 2003 Clifton Park Northern Lights
October 28, 2003 Orono Maine Center for the Arts
October 29, 2003 New York City Roseland Ballroom
October 30, 2003 Boston Paradise Rock Club
October 31, 2003[B] Philadelphia Theatre of Living Arts
November 1, 2003 Pittsburgh Club Laga
November 2, 2003 Toronto Canada The Opera House
November 3, 2003 Cleveland United States Odeon Concert Club
November 4, 2003 Detroit Saint Andrew's Hall
November 6, 2003[B] Chicago House of Blues
November 7, 2003 Indianapolis Knights of Columbus Building
November 8, 2003 Milwaukee Rave Hall
November 9, 2003 Saint Paul Schoenecker Arena
November 12, 2003 St. Louis The Pageant
November 13, 2003 Kansas City Beaumont Club
November 14, 2003 Tulsa Curly's
November 16, 2003 Colorado Springs 32 Bleu
November 17, 2003[B] Denver Fillmore Auditorium
November 18, 2003 Salt Lake City Club DV8
November 20, 2003 Seattle Showbox Comedy and Supper Club
November 21, 2003 Vancouver Canada Richard's on Richards
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[B] Las Vegas
February 9, 2004 Calgary Canada The Whiskey
February 10, 2004 Edmonton Iron Horse
February 13, 2004 Tacoma United States Puget Sound Memorial Fieldhouse
February 15, 2004 Pullman Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum
March 2, 2004 Athens Georgia Theatre
March 9, 2004 Orem McKay Events Center
Europe[11]
March 15, 2004 London England Mean Fiddler
March 16, 2004 Birmingham Carling Academy 2
March 17, 2004 Glasgow Scotland The Garage
March 19, 2004 Dublin Ireland The Village
March 20, 2004 Manchester England Manchester Academy 2
March 22, 2004 Cologne Germany Prime Club
March 23, 2004 Hamburg Logo
March 24, 2004 Frankfurt Nachtleben
March 25, 2004 Munich Atomic Café
March 26, 2004 Berlin Magnet Club
March 28, 2004 Copenhagen Denmark Lille Vega
March 29, 2004 Stockholm Sweden Nalen
March 31, 2004 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
April 1, 2004 London England Mean Fiddler
North America
April 3, 2004 New York City United States New Amsterdam Theatre
Australia[12]
April 14, 2004 Melbourne Australia Mercury Lounge
April 15, 2004 Sydney Gaelic Club
North America[13]
April 21, 2004[C] Harrisonburg United States JMU Convocation Center
April 22, 2004[D] Bristol Campus Recreation Center
April 23, 2004 Easton Stonehill Sports Complex
April 24, 2004[E] Frostburg Cordts Main Arena
April 25, 2004 Hanover Leede Arena
April 27, 2004 York Wolf Gym
April 29, 2004 Hempstead Mack Sports Complex
May 2, 2004[F] Princeton Quadrangle Club
May 4, 2004 Urbana The Canopy Club
May 5, 2004 Florence Flowers Hall
May 6, 2004 Savannah Fine Arts Hall
May 7, 2004[G] Norfolk Town Point Park
May 8, 2004 Elon Alumni Gym
May 10, 2004 Durham Lundholm Gym
May 13, 2004 Santa Clara Leavey Center
May 14, 2004[H] Chula Vista Coors Amphitheatre
May 15, 2004[I] Pasadena Rose Bowl
May 16, 2004 Tucson Rialto Theatre
May 17, 2004 Las Vegas House of Blues
May 21, 2004[J] New York City Madison Square Garden
May 22, 2004[K] Mansfield Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
South America[14]
May 30, 2004 São Paulo Brazil DirecTV Music Hall
May 31, 2004 Rio de Janeiro Garden Hall
North America[15]
June 23, 2004[L] Del Mar United States Harrah's Rincon Grandstand Stage
June 26, 2004[M] Bonner Springs Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
August 31, 2004 Orlando Hard Rock Live
September 1, 2004[N] Lancaster Antelope Valley Grandstand
September 2, 2004[O] Sacramento Golden 1 Stage
September 12, 2004 Las Vegas Rain in the Desert
Europe
September 16, 2004[P] Rastatt Germany DaimlerChrysler Werk
North America
September 18, 2004[Q] Boston United States FleetCenter
September 19, 2004 Durham Whittemore Center
September 22, 2004[R] Puyallup Puyallup Fair Grandstand
Asia
September 29, 2004 Tokyo Japan Shibuya Public Hall
September 30, 2004 Nagoya Club Quattro
October 1, 2004 Osaka Big Cat
Europe[16]
October 5, 2004 Nottingham England Rock City
October 6, 2004 Leeds University Refectory
October 8, 2004 Glasgow Scotland Clyde Auditorium
October 9, 2004 Birmingham England Carling Academy
October 10, 2004 Dublin Ireland Olympia Theatre
October 12, 2004 Manchester England Carling Apollo
October 14, 2004 London Shepherd's Bush Empire
October 15, 2004
October 16, 2004
October 18, 2004 Copenhagen Denmark Valby-Hallen
October 19, 2004 Stockholm Sweden Cirkus
October 20, 2004 Hamburg Germany CCH Saal 3
October 21, 2004 Berlin Columbiahalle
October 23, 2004 Tilburg Netherlands 013
October 24, 2004 Zürich Switzerland X-tra
October 25, 2004 Munich Germany Tonhalle
October 26, 2004 Vienna Austria Bank Austria Halle
October 28, 2004 Milan Italy Discoteca Alcatraz
October 29, 2004 Paris France La Cigale
October 30, 2004 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
October 31, 2004
November 1, 2004 Cologne Germany E-Werk
November 3, 2004 Dublin Ireland Ambassador Theatre
November 4, 2004 Manchester England Carling Apollo
November 5, 2004 London Brixton Academy
November 6, 2004
November 9, 2004 Barcelona Spain Sala Bikini
Australia[17]
November 21, 2004 Sydney Australia Hordern Pavilion
November 22, 2004 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
November 24, 2004 Melbourne Festival Hall
November 25, 2004 Adelaide Thebarton Theatre
November 27, 2004 Auckland New Zealand St. James Theatre
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of the "Now & Zen Festival"[18]
B This concert was a part of the "Jim Beam Concert Series"
C This concert was a part of "Maroon Fridays"[19]
D This concert was a part of the "Spring Weekend Concert"
E This concert was a part of the "Spring Concert"
F This concert was a part of the "Lawnparties"[20]
G This concert was a part of "SunCom Concerts at The Point"[21]
H This concert was a part of "Your Show"[22]
I This concert was a part of "Wango Tango"[23]
J This concert was a part of "Zootopia"[24]
K This concert was a part of the "Kiss Concert"[25]
L This concert was a part of the "San Diego County Fair"
M This concert was a part of "Red, White and Boom"[26]
N This concert was a part of the "Antelope Valley Fair"
O This concert was a part of the "Ralph's Supermarket Concert Series"[27]
P This concert was a part of the "SWR3 New Pop Festival"[28]
Q This concert was a part of "Mixfest"
R This concert was a part of the "Western Washington Fair"
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
October 6, 2003 Houston, Texas Engine Room Moved to the Ground Hall
November 10, 2003 Omaha, Nebraska Music Box Cancelled
November 12, 2003 St. Louis, Missouri The Gargoyle Moved to The Pageant
November 16, 2003 Albuquerque, New Mexico Sunshine Theater Rescheduled to October 1, 2003
April 17, 2004 Sydney, Australia Gaelic Club Rescheduled to April 15, 2004
June 13, 2004 Manchester, Tennessee Great Stage Park Cancelled. This performed was a part of the "Bonnaroo Music Festival"[29]
October 2, 2004 West Springfield, Massachusetts Comcast Stage Cancelled. This concert was a part of the Eastern States Exposition.
October 4, 2004 Cambridge, England Cambridge Corn Exchange Cancelled
October 8, 2004 Glasgow, Scotland Barrowland Ballroom Moved to the Clyde Auditorium
October 13, 2004 Bristol, England Carling Academy Cancelled
October 18, 2004 Copenhagen, Denmark K.B. Hallen Moved to the Valby-Hallen
October 19, 2004 Stockholm, Sweden Klubben Moved to the Cirkus
October 20, 2004 Hamburg, Germany Große Freiheit 36 Moved to the CCH Saal 3
October 24, 2004 Zürich, Switzerland Volkshaus Moved to the X-tra
October 25, 2004 Munich, Germany Georg-Elser-Hallen Moved to the Tonhalle
October 29, 2004 Paris, France Le Trabendo Moved to La Cigale
October 31, 2004 Stuttgart, Germany LKA Longhorn Cancelled

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