L’Hippodrome de Bercy Paris France 10.12.98  
Marymoor Park Seattle Canada 29.7.01  
Munchner Konigsplatz Munich Germany 31.8.02  
Piazza Centrale Aezaachena Italy 7.9.02  
Alcataz Milan Italy 16.9.02  
Alcataz Milan Italy 18.9.02  
Theatre De La Mutualite Paris France 21.9.02  
Supper Club New York NY USA 24.9.02  
Azteca Stadium Mexico City Mexico 3-4.11.02  
Quebec City Arena Quebec City QC Canada 8.11.02  
United Center Chicago IL USA 12 & 14.11.02  
Target Center Minneapolis MN USA 15.11.02  
Continental Airlines Arena East Rutherford NJ USA 17.11.02  
First Union Center Philadelphia PA USA 18.11.02  
Gund Arena Cleveland OH USA 19.11.92  
Madison Square Garden New York NY USA 21.11.02  
MCI Center Washington DC USA 24.11.02  
Fleet Center Boston MA USA 25.11.02  
Mohegan Sun Casino Uncasville CT USA 26.11.02  
Bell Centre Montreal QC Canada 28-29.11.02  
Quebec City Arena Quebec QC Canada 30.11.02  
Air Canada Centre Toronto ON Canada 2.12.02  
Palace Of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills MI USA 3.12.02  
Pepsi Center Denver CO USA 5.12.02  
San Diego Sports Centre San Diego CA USA 8.12.02  
Convention Center Anaheim CA USA 10.12.02  
Staples Center Los Angeles CA USA 11.12.02  
America West Arena Phoenix AZ USA 12.12.02  
Oakland Arena Oakland CA USA 14.12.02  
HP Pavilion San Jose CA USA 15.12.02  
Marymoor Park Seatte BC USA 17.12.02  

A typical 2002 set ran as follows: Darkness/Red Rain/Secret World/My Head Sounds Like That/Animal Nation/Sky Blue/More than This/Mercy Street/ Growing Up/Downside Up/No Way Out/Solsbury Hill/The Tower That Ate People/The Barry Williams Show/Signal To Noise/Sledgehammer/Digging In The Dirt/Here Comes The Flood.

Wembley Arena London England 21-22.5.03  
The Globe Stockholm Sweden 24.4.03  
Colorline Arena Hamburg Germany 26.4.03  
Velodrom Berlin Germany 27.4.03  
Arena Leipzig Germany 29.4.03  
Konig Pilsner Arena Oberhausen Germany 30.4.03  
Ahoy Hal Rotterdam Holland 2.5.03  
Vorst Nationale Brussels Belgium 3.5.03  
Olympiahalle Munich Germany 5.5.03  
Palamalaguli Bologna Italy 6.5.03  
Filaforum Milan Italy 8-9.5.03  
Palarssini Ancona Italy 11.5.03  
Palasport Florence Italy 12.5.03  
Palais Omnisports De Bercy Paris France 14.5.03  
Hallenstadion Zurich Switzerland 15.5.03  
M E N Arena Manchester England 18.5.03  
N E C Birmingham England 19.5.03  
Schleyerhalle Stuttgart Germany 24.5.03  
Arena Cologne Germany 25.5.03  
Halle Tony Garnier Lyon France 27.5.03  
Palaia Nikaia Nice France 28.5.03  
Stadion Lech Poznan Poland 30.5.03  
Palau St Jordi Barcelona Spain 1.6.03  
Shoreline Amphitheatre San Francisco CA USA 7.6.03  
Verizon Amphitheatre Los Angeles CA USA 8.6.03  
Sminall ` Dallas TX USA 11.6.03  
Woodlands Houston TX USA 12.6.03  
Coral Sky Amphitheatre West Palm Beach FL USA 14.6.03  
Chastain Park Atlanta GA USA 16.6.03  
Tweeter Centre Boston MA USA 18.6.03  
PNC Bank Arts Pavilion Holmdel NY USA 20.6.03  
Tweeter Center Philadelphia PA USA 21.6.03  
DC Nissan Pavilion Washington DC USA 22.6.03  
Jones Beach Wantaugh NY USA 24.6.03  
Marcus Amphitheatre Milwaukee WI USA 26.6.03  
Tweeter Center Chicago IL USA 28.6.03  
DTE Music Pavilion Detroit IL USA 29.6.03  
Germain Amphitheatre Columbus OH USA 1.7.03  
Verizon Wireless Music Center Noblesville IN USA 2.7.03  
Molson Amphitheatre Toronto ON Canada 4.7.03  
Labatt Center London ON Canada 5.7.03  
Bell Centre Montreal QC Canada 6.7.03  
Conference Centre Merthyr Tydfil Wales 22.11.03  
Conference Centre Brighton England 25.11.03  
Greenpoint Stadium Cape Town South Africa 29.11.03  

A typical 2003 set ran as follows; Red Rain/More than This/Secret World/ Games Without Frontiers/Mercy Street/Darkness/Digging In The Dirt/Don’t Give Up/No Way Out/The Tower That Ate People/Growing Up/Shock The Monkey/Solsbury Hill/Sledgehammer/Signal To Noise/In Your Eyes/Come Talk To Me/Father To Son.

? Ischgl Austria 1.5.04  
Westfalenhalle Dortmund Germany 5.5.04  
Ahoy Hal Rotterdam Holland 6.5.04  
Velodrom Berlin Germany 8.5.04  
Festhalle Frankfurt Germany 9.5.04  
Filaforum Milan Italy 11.5.04  
Arena Pesaro Italy 12.5.04  
Stadthalle Vienna Austria 14.5.04  
Arena Budapest Hungary 15.5.04  
Sportovinhala Prague Czech Republic 17.5.04  
Arena Nurnburg Germany 18.5.04  
Preussage Arena Hannover Germany 20.5.04  
Colorline Arena Hamburg Germany 21.5.04  
Galaxie Amneville France 23.5.04  
Hallenstadion Zurich Switzerland 24.5.04  
Vorst Nationale Brussels Belgium 26.5.04  
Palais Omnisports de Bercy Paris France 27.5.04  
Zenith Lille France 28.5.04  
Bela Vista Park Lisbon Portugal 29.5.04  
NEC Birmingham England 1.6.04  
Hallam FM Arena Sheffield England 2.6.04  
Arena Newcastle England 4.6.04  
SECC Glasgow Scotland 5.6.04  
Wembley Arena London England 7-8.6.04  
Seebuhne Bregenz Austria 12.6.04  
Anfiteatro Cagliari Italy 14.6.04  
Piazza del Mare Fiera Genoa Italy 16.6.04  
Roclwave Festival Athens Greece 18.6.04  
One Love Festival Istanbul Turkey 20.6.04  
Palace Of Culture Sofia Bulgaria 21.6.04  
Sala Palattului Bucharest Romania 22.6.04  
Kings Dock Arena Liverpool England 30.6.04  
Festival Nuisilac Aix Les Bains France 2.7.04  
Teatro Antico Taormina Italy 4.7.04  
Area Magna Graecia Catanzaro Italy 5.7.04  
Neapolis Festival Arena Flagrea Naples Italy 7.7.04  
Ippodromo Le Campanelle Rome Italy 8.7.04  
Moon & Stars Festival Locarno Switzerland 9.7.04  
/? Carminha Portugal 16.7.04  
? Santiago de Compostella Spain 17.7.04  
Piazza Napoleone Lucca Italy 19.7.04  
Paleo Festival Nyon Switzerland 21.7.04  
Jazz Festival Nice France 22.7.04  
Amphitheatre Nimes France 23.7.04  
Stifplatz Kaiserslautern Germany 25.7.04  

A typical 2004 set ran as follows: Here Comes The Flood/Darkness/Red Rain/Secret World/White Ashes/Games Without Frontiers/Burn You Up, Burn You Down/Downside Up/The Tower That Ate People/More Than This/San Jacinto/Digging In The Dirt/Growing Up/Solsbury Hill/Sledgehammer/Signal To Noise/In Your Eyes/Come Talk To Me/Father To Son/

Capitalising on the success of the tour, a compilation album was released, but as usual when it comes to such things from Peter, this one had a twist. Titled Hit it was a two disc set with the first one labelled Hit and the second labelled Miss. Taking the strongest and most popular tracks from his oeuvre and putting them into one nifty package was a shrewd idea. Also added was the bonus of a non album new track and in this case, it was also a particularly strong one which should (in my opinion) have been included on UP - Burn You Up, Burn you Down which was destined to be come a firm live favourite.

Unusually for Peter, these shows were also to be documented with a plethora of live recordings. Finally (and wisely) deciding to beat the bootleggers at their own game, he joined forces with online music group to release soundboard recordings of every gig from these tours, which could be bought separately or together housed in miniature replica flight cases much to the delight of the fans.

That wasn’t all however as during the course of 2003 and 2005 two live DVDs were also released documenting the changing face of the show beginning on 3rd November 2003 with Growing Up Live and subsequently on 31st October 2005 with the humorously titled, Still Growing Up - Live & Unwrapped. Both releases featured complete recordings of gigs from their respective tours and enough extras to keep fans happy. Peter also released the Play DVD which was the long overdue compilation of virtually all of his promotional videos although, of course being Peter, there were a couple of notable omissions!

By the time the tour came to its end in Europe in the summer of 2004, Peter’s profile was riding high again. Another successful album, not quite as successful as its predecessors, but one that garnered plentiful praise from the critics and adulation from the fans. It was time for Peter to withdraw from public view once again to take a well-earned break and review his options for the future. More of that next time, folks!