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Blur live at Alexandra Palace, 1994


   (Getta Bloomin' Move On! by
      Quincy Jones)
   Lot 105
   Sunday Sunday
   Tracy Jacks
   Magic America
   End Of A Century
   Trouble In The Message Centre
   She's So High
   For Tomorrow
   Chemical World
   There's No Other Way
   A snippet of 'The Pink Panther
   To The End

   1st Encore:
   Supa Shoppa
   Mr. Robinson's Quango
   Parklife (with Phil Daniels)

   2nd Encore:
   Girls & Boys
   Bank Holiday
   This Is A Low
   (London Life by Anita Harris)


An advert for the gig in Select magazine
(from The new album from... with thanks to Moritz).

Concert ticket
Concert ticket
(from Ally Pally Collectibles).

Date: 7 October 1994 at 18:30 (doors)
Venue: Alexandra Palace
Location: London, UK
Support: Corduroy, Supergrass and Pulp. DJs: Paul & Andy of Blow Up. A bingo game hosted by Malcolm Hill.
Attendance: 8,000
Tour: Parklife

  • Filming of Showtime live video and End Of A Century promo video. For some reason, "For Tomorrow" was left out of Showtime.
  • Just before the gig, there was a bingo game to win "A Night Out With Blur". For the game, the audience had been given bingo tickets. Naturally, everyone was the winner in the game. :-)
  • Before "Chemical World", somebody threw an egg on Damon's chest. "That was a good shot, mate! Next time you gotta get it there," Damon said pointing at his head.
  • During "There's No Other Way", Damon jumped into the crowd, leaving vocal duties to Graham. When Damon began to struggle in the crowd, Graham changed the chorus to "Please don't kill our singer, please don't kill our singer". After the song, a crowd member jumped on stage and shouted something into the mic.


October's Parklife UK tour programme
October's Parklife UK tour programme,
including a rosette, card hat and bingo ticket. Photo from marie_marie696.

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