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Dangerous World Tour




The Dangerous World Tour was the second world concert tour by Michael Jackson as a solo artist, covering Europe, Latin America and Asia from June 27, 1992 to November 11, 1993. The tour, sponsored by Pepsi-Cola, who also sponsored Jackson's previous tour, included 69 concerts to 3.9 million fans. The tour grossed up approximately $100 million and all profits were donated to various charities including the new Heal the World Foundation that was set up by Jackson.

During the tour's second leg in 1993, Jackson decided to end the tour due to, as he announced, illness which ultimately resulted in hospitalization. Jackson had become dependent on painkillers and suffered from dehydration, migraines, back aches, frequent ankle injuries and stress following the child molestation charges made against him.

1992 leg

06/27/92  Munich, Germany - Olympiastadion
06/30/92  Rotterdam, Netherlands - Feijenoord Stadion
07/01/92  Rotterdam, Netherlands - Feijenoord Stadion
07/04/92  Rome, Italy - Stadio Flaminio
07/06/92  Monza, Italy - Stadio Brianteo
07/07/92  Monza, Italy - Stadio Brianteo
07/11/92  Cologne, Germany - Müngersdorfer Stadium
07/15/92  Oslo, Norway - Valle Hovin
07/17/92  Stockholm, Sweden - Stockholms Stadion
07/18/92  Stockholm, Sweden - Stockholms Stadion
07/20/92  Copenhagen, Denmark - Gentofte Stadion
07/22/92  Werchter, Belgium - Werchter Festival Park
07/25/92  Dublin, Ireland - Lansdowne Road
07/30/92  London, England - Wembley Stadium
07/31/92  London, England - Wembley Stadium
08/05/92  Cardiff, Wales - Cardiff Arms Park
08/08/92  Bremen, Germany - Weserstadion
08/10/92  Hamburg, Germany - Volksparkstadion
08/13/92  Hamelin, Germany - Weserberglandstadion
08/16/92  Leeds, England - Roundhay Park
08/18/92  Glasgow, Scotland - Glasgow Green
08/20/92  London, England - Wembley Stadium
08/22/92  London, England - Wembley Stadium
08/23/92  London, England - Wembley Stadium
08/26/92  Vienna, Austria - Praterstadion
08/28/92  Frankfurt, Germany - Waldstadion
08/30/92  Ludwigshafen, Germany - Südweststadion
09/02/92  Bayreuth, Germany - Volkstadion
09/04/92  Berlin, Germany - Friedrich Ludwig Jahn Sportpark
09/08/92  Lausanne, Switzerland - Stade Olympique de la Pontaise
09/13/92  Paris, France - Hippodrome de Vincennes
09/16/92  Toulouse, France - Stade de Toulouse
09/18/92  Barcelona, Spain - Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
09/21/92  Oviedo, Spain - Estadio Carlos Tartiere
09/22/92  Madrid, Spain - Vicente Calderón Stadium
09/26/92  Lisbon, Portugal - José Alvalade Stadium
10/01/92  Bucharest, Romania - Lia Manoliu Stadium
12/12/92  Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome
12/14/92  Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome
12/17/92  Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome
12/19/92  Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome
12/22/92  Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome
12/24/92  Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome
12/30/92  Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome
12/31/92  Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome

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