Foreign Affair Tour (1990) • After the huge success of her Foreign Affair album, Tina decided to go back on stage in 1990. Although it was announced as a world tour, it only reached European countries with concerts in the biggest stadiums, breaking the record for a European tour that was previously set by The Rolling Stones. Roger Davies suggested to work with dancers again and Tina asked her last backing girls with Lejeune Richardson (a former Ikette) and Annie Behringer to join her.

At the first few shows, Tina used The Best as the opening number, while she walked down the stairways, but replaced it later with Steamy Windows. At some concerts she did the previously never performed song „Good Times“ and at opening night in Antwerp (Belgium) on April 27, Tina performed also the songs Look Me In The Heart and „You Can’t Stop Me Loving You“. The concert from the Estadio Olimpico in Barcelona was released the following year on the Do You Want Some Action! home video. Closing night was in Rotterdam (Netherlands) on November 4, 1990.

Tina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - Tourbook

Tourbook - Front Cover

Tina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - Tourbook

Tourbook - Back Cover


Steamy Windows

Typical Male

Foreign Affair

Undercover Agent For The Blues

Ask Me How I Feel

We Don’t Need Another Hero

Private Dancer

I Can’t Stand The Rain

Nutbush City Limits

Addicted To Love

The Best

I Don’t Wanna Lose You

What’s Love Got To Do With It

Let’s Stay Together

Proud Mary

What You Get Is What You See

Good Times

at the beginning of the tour instead of "Show Some Respect"

Show Some Respect

Better Be Good To Me

Be Tender With Me Baby

special songs

New Sensation

Oldenburg, Germany only

River Deep, Mountain High

only at the beginning of the tour

You Can’t Stop Me Loving You

opening night only

Look Me In The Heart

opening night only

Tina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - Band Members

band members
Jack Bruno: Drums / Timmy Capello: Persussion, Keyboard, Saxophone, Vocals / Bob Feit: Guitar / Ollie Marland: Keyboard, Vocals / John Miles: Guitar, Vocals / Kenny Moore: Piano, Vocals / James Ralston: Guitar, Vocals / Lejeune Richardson: Dancer / Annie Behringer: Dancer

Tina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - TourbookTina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - Tourbook
Tina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - TourbookTina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - Tourbook
Tina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - TourbookTina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - Tourbook



27. Antwerp, Sportpaleis (Belgium)
28. Antwerp, Sportpaleis (Belgium)

01. Verona, Arena di Verona (Italy)
03. Milan, Palatrussardi (Italy)
04. Milan, Palatrussardi (Italy)
05. Turin, Stadio Communale (Italy)
07. Rome, Paleur (Italy)
08. Cava de Terreni, Stadio Simonetti Lamberti (Italy)
09. Florence, Palasport (Italy)
12. Gothenburg, Scandinavium (Sweden)
14. Helsinki, Helsingin jäähalli (Finland)
15. Helsinki, Helsingin jäähalli (Finland)
17. Stockholm, Globe Arena (Sweden)
18. Stockholm, Globe Arena (Sweden)
19. Stockholm, Globe Arena (Sweden)
20. Oslo, Valle Hovin (Norway)
22. Copenhagen, Gentofte Stadion (Denmark)
24. Karlsruhe, Wildparkstadion (Germany)
26. Cologne, Müngersdorfer Stadion (Germany)
27. Munich, Olympiastadion (Germany)
29. Berlin, Waldbühne (Germany)
30. Berlin, Waldbühne (Germany)
31. Berlin, Waldbühne (Germany)

02. Stuttgart, Neckarstadion (Germany)
03. Frankfurt, Waldstadion (Germany)
04. Hannover, Niedersachsenstadion (Germany)
06. Oldenburg, Weser-Ems Halle (Germany)
07. Oldenburg, Weser-Ems Halle (Germany)
09. Bremen, Weserstadion (Germany)
10. Nürnberg, Zeppelinfeld (Germany)
13. Linz, Linzer Stadion (Austria)
14. Vienna, Praterstadion (Austria)
16. Basel, St. Jacobs Stadion (Switzerland)
17. Basel, St. Jacobs Stadion (Switzerland)
19. Dortmund, Westfalenhalle (Germany)
20. Dortmund, Westfalenhalle (Germany)
21. Essen, Grugahalle (Germany)
23. Rotterdam, Feyenoord Stadion (Netherlands)
24. Maastrich, MECC (Netherlands)
26. Metz, Big Bang Schtroumpf (France)
28. Paris, Versailles (France)
30. Lausanne, Stade Olympique (Switzerland)

01. Lugano, Stadio Cornaredo (Switzerland)
02. Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier (France)
04. Madrid, Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas (Spain)
06. Barcelona, Plaza Monumental (Spain)
08. Gijon, Estadio El Molinón (Spain)
11. Aix-en-Provence, Stade Pratèsi (France)
14. Birmingham, NEC (UK)
15. Birmingham, NEC (UK)
17. Birmingham, NEC (UK)
18. Birmingham, NEC (UK)
19. Birmingham, NEC (UK)
21. Gateshead, International Stadium (UK)
22. Gateshead, International Stadium (UK)
24. Ipswich, Portman Road (UK)
25. Ipswich, Portman Road (UK)
28. Woburn, Woburn Abbey (UK)
29. Woburn, Woburn Abbey (UK)

01. Lüneburg, Flugplatz (Germany)
07. Albenga, Stadio Comunale (Italy)
09. Bari, Stadio San Nicola (Italy)
11. Catanzaro, Stadio Nicola Ceravolo (Italy)
13. Viareggio, Stadio Torquato Bresciani (Italy)
15. Lignano, Stadio Comunale Teghil (Italy)
16. Bolzano, Aeroporto di Bolzano (Italy)
18. Zagreb, Gradski Stadion Velika Gorica (Yugoslavia)
19. Belgrade, Stadion FK Zemun (Yugoslavia)
24. Utrecht, Galgenwaard (Netherlands)
25. Berlin, Weissensee (Germany)
26. Hockenheim, Hockenheimring (Germany)
28. Athens, Panathinaiko (Greece)

02. Leipzig, Zentralstadion (Germany)
05. Karlsruhe, Wildparkstadion (Germany)
06. Budapest, MTK Stadium (Hungary)
08. Vienna, Praterstadion (Austria)
11. Brussels, Forest National (Belgium)
12. Brussels, Forest National (Belgium)
16. Glasgow, SECC (UK)
17. Belfast, King's Hall (Ireland)
19. London, Wembley Arena (UK)
20. London, Wembley Arena (UK)
21. London, Wembley Arena (UK)
22. London, Wembley Arena (UK)
24. London, Wembley Arena (UK)
25. London, Wembley Arena (UK)
26. London, Wembley Arena (UK)
29. Lisbon, Estádio Jose Alvalade (Portugal)

01. A Coruna, Estadio Riazor (Spain)
02. Bilbao, Plaza de Toros de Vista Alegre (Spain)
03. Madrid, Estadio Vicente Calderon (Spain)
05. Barcelona, Estadio Olimpico (Spain)
06. Barcelona, Estadio Olimpico (Spain)
07. Aixovall, Camp d’Esports d’Aixovall (Andorra)
09. Zarragossa, Estadio la Romareda (Spain)
10. Toulouse, Palaid des Sports (France)
11. Bordeaux, Patinoire de Meriade (France)
13. Zürich, Hallenstadion (Switzerland)
15. Paris, Palais Omnisports de Bercy (France)
16. Paris, Palais Omnisports de Bercy (France)
17. Nantes, Grand Palais (France)
19. Lille, Palais des Sports (France)
20. Frankfurt, Festhalle (Germany)
21. Munich, Olympialhalle (Germany)
22. Cologne, Sporthalle (Germany)
24. Birmingham, NEC (UK)
25. Birmingham, NEC (UK)
27. Dublin, Royal Dublin Showground (Ireland)
28. Dublin, Royal Dublin Showground (Ireland)
29. Dublin, Royal Dublin Showground (Ireland)
31. Zürich, Hallenstadion (Switzerland)

01. Heerenveen, Thialf Stadion (Netherlands)
02. Rotterdam, Ahoy (Netherlands)
03. Rotterdam, Ahoy (Netherlands)
04. Rotterdam, Ahoy (Netherlands)

Tina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - Live
Tina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - Live
Tina Turner - Foreign Affair Tour 1990 - Live

More than two years ago when my Break Every Rule tour finally ended after 18 months and 220 shows on every continent, I thought 'No More.‘ ActualIy, I had decided in advance that almost 30 years on the road had been long enough and this would be the end.

But what I hadn’t anticipated was the enjoyment of recording my most recent album, Foreign Affair. Far more than any previous solo record, we cut this one live in the studio and personally developing those songs with the musicians got me enthusiastic about the potential of the songs in concert. Quite unexpectedly, I found myself thinking about how good they could be when performed in front of an audience. Almost without thinking, I began telling interviewers that if the fans accepted this album I might start to consider another tour. Roger, my manager, obviously sensed my mood and began to work on the idea.

Well, Foreign Affair has already sold five million copies and is still going strong, so I decided to take the hint. In thinking about a new show I realised that three successful albums and the Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome soundtrack had provided a lot of great songs — enough for a greatest hits tour.

When I discovererd that we could bring together the best of my last two bands, I became even more enthused. Roger suggested that I work with dancers again and I decided "only if it's Annie and LeJeune." They had been my last backing girls right before Private Dancer and, as fate would have it, both were available.

The elements were too strong to resist. Whether or not this will be my farewell tour I cannot say for sure. I feel now that it will be but, you know, 'Never Say Never.' For now, Iet’s all enjoy this last affair and if l decide to come back I hope you’ll be waiting for me. Have a good time.

Kiss, kiss. kiss.
Love, TINA

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