#01 - 2010/02/11 - Neal S. Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA


Location: Neal S. Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

Capacity: 7.645

Attendance: 7.645

Revenue: $ 748.165

Support Act: Kings Of Spade, Mike Corrado Band



01. Blood On Blood

02. We Weren't Born To Follow

03. You Give Love A Bad Name

04. Born To Be My Baby

05. Roulette

06. Shot Through The Heart

07. When We Were Beautiful

08. Whole Lot Of Leavin'

09. Superman Tonight

10. We Got It Going On

11. It's My Life

12. Bad Medicine

13. (You Want To) Make A Memory

14. Diamond Ring

15. Bed Of Roses

16. Work For The Working Man

17. Have A Nice Day

18. Who Says You Can't Home

19. Love's the Only Rule



20. Tokyo Road

21. Wanted Dead Or Alive

22. Livin' On A Prayer




  • These two shows in Honolulu were regarded as warm-up concerts by the band, however, with the set being an indication of what was to come, many fans regarded this as the unofficial kick-off of the tour.
  • Blood On Blood opened a concert for the first time.
  • Before the tour Jon had promised to play some older album cuts. This had been said multiple times before, but this time the band kept their promise by playing Roulette and Shot Through The Heart early in the set. Both songs had not been done since 1985 and 1986.
  • While this show basically featured the tour premiere of all Circle songs, a number of them had been done in promo shows before. This lead to Love’s The Only Rule being the only real new track in the setlist. The band stunned everyone by extending it to almost double of the album’s length!
  • Tokyo Road opened the encore! This song had not been played since Yokohama 2001. The band even had the original intro running over the PA system, something they had not done since 1987. In fact, the last time this had been done was at the very same venue on the final night of the SWW tour.
  • Even The Hardest Part Is The Night had been rehearsed and a SBD recording became available via the backstage website, making it obvious why it never ended up on a setlist – Jon couldn’t keep up with the song vocally.


Some vids from that night (not mine):