NINE LIVES TOUR 1997-1999
 

PRE-TOUR CLUB DATES:

These Boston club gigs were played almost a year on from the imfamous Mama Kins Dec 94 concert at the end of their "Get A Grip" Tour. The classic 1970s material sets included several new songs ("Trouble", "Something", "The Farm", "What Kind Of Love Are You On"), some which would end up being recorded during  album sessions with Glen Ballard in Miami, Spring 1996.

November 9, 1995 Middle East Club, Cambridge, MA
November 10, 1995 Mama Kins Music hall, Boston, MA

 

NINE LIVES LISTENING PARTIES (Europe and Japan)

Aerosmith (Tyler/Perry/Hamilton) performed a series of Listening Parties across Europe in late January-early February 1997 which allowed European fans to hear the new album first. The band also performed a promotion tour of Japan in February 1997 (Tokyo, 19th->).

January 29, 1997 Cafe Du Paris, London

 

European Promotion Tour
March 3, 1997 Nulle Part Alliers ( CANAL+), Paris, France
March ?, 1997 Top of The Pops, BBC Studios, London (Falling In Love)
March 6, 1997 German Echo Awards, ARD1, Germany (Falling In Love, broadcast March 8th)
March 7, 1997 TFI Friday, Riverside Studios, London


March 16 1997 MTV Spring Break, Panama City Beach, FL
March 18, 1997 Nine Lives Launch Party, Hammerstein Ballroom, New York City, NY

 

Nine Lives Official Tour Dates

From late October 1998, the tour was also called "The Little South of Sanity" Tour given the release of the Geffen live album (which was marked with the special webcast concert at Holmdel).

The underlined dates are links to the setlists they played at these concerts. The dates in italics "struck-through" are postponed/cancelled dates.

Click Here for Statistical Breakdown of "Nine Lives" Tour
 

Leg 1: European Tour (Indoor) - 20 dates

May 8, 1997 Scandinavium Gothenburg, Sweden
May 10, 1997 The Globe Stockholm, Sweden
May 12, 1997 The Spektrum Oslo, Norway

001 May 8, 1997 Newcastle Arena Newcastle,
UK
002 May 10, 1997 Nynex Arena Manchester, UK

003 May 12, 1997 Sporthalle Hamburg, Germany

004 May 15, 1997 New Hall (Hartwell Arena) Helsinki, Finland
005 May 17, 1997 Rock Am Ring Festival, Nurburgring Nurburg, Germany 
006 May 18, 1997 Rock Im Park Nuremberg, Germany
007 May 20, 1997 Sports Hall Prague, The Czech Republic
008 May 23, 1997 Stadthalle Vienne, Austria
009 May 25, 1997 Forum Di Assao Milano, Italy
010 May 27, 1997 Ahoy Stadium Rotterdam, Holland
011 May 29, 1997 Flanders Expo Hall Ghent, Belgium
012 May 31, 1997 National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, UK
013 June 2, 1997 SE + CC Glasgow, Scotland
014 June 4, 1997 Wembley Arena London, UK
015  June 5, 1997 Wembley Arena London, UK
016 June 7, 1997 Halle Tony Garnier Lyon, France
017 June 9, 1997 Hallenstadion Zurich, Switzerland
018 June 11, 1997 Palais Omnisport de Paris, Bercy, Paris, France
019 June 13, 1997 Palau St Jordi Barcelona, Spain
020 June 15, 1997 Palacio De Los Desportes, Madrid, Spain.
Rescheduled from June 14 due to football match.

Leg 2: North American Tour (1) - 29 dates

021 June 30, 1997 Maine Entertainment Center Old Orchard Beach, ME
022
July 2, 1997 Corel Centre Kanata, Ontario, Canada
023
July 4, 1997 Molson Centre Montreal, Quebec, Canada
024
July 6, 1997 Molson Amphitheatre Toronto, Ontario, Canada
025
July 9, 1997 Darien Lake PAC Darien Center, NY
026
July 11, 1997 Great Woods Mansfield, MA
027
July 12, 1997 Great Woods Mansfield, MA
028
July 14, 1997 Classic Amphitheatre Richmond, VA
029
July 16, 1997 Star Lake Amphitheater Burgettstown, PA
030
July 18, 1997 Blockbuster - Sony Entertainment Pavilion Camden, NJ
031
July 20, 1997 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
032
July 29, 1997 GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater Virginia Beach ,VA
033
July 31, 1997 Hershey Park Stadium Hershey, PA
034
August 2, 1997 Nissan Pavilion Bristow, VA
035
August 4, 1997 Montage Mt. Amphitheater Scranton, PA
036
August 6, 1997 Madison Square Garden New York City, NY
August 7, 1997 David Letterman TV Show, New York (Pink) Originally planned second MSG show but never formally announced.
This day Garth Brooks played a free concert in Central Park.
037
August 9, 1997 Meadows Music Theater Hartford, CT
038
August 10, 1997 P.N.C. Bank Arts Center Holmdel, NJ
039
August 12, 1997 Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls, OH
040
August 14, 1997 Target Center Minneapolis, MN
041
August 16, 1997 Alpine Valley Music Center East Troy, WI
042
August 18, 1997 Riverbend Amphitheater Cincinnati, OH
043
August 21, 1997 Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, MI
044
August 22, 1997 Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, MI
045
August 24, 1997 Riverport PAC Maryland Heights, MO
046 August 26, 1997 Sandstone Ampitheater Bonner Springs, KS

047
August 28, 1997 Polaris Amphitheatre Columbus, OH
048
August 30, 1997 World Music Amphitheatre, Tinley Park Chicago, IL
049
August 31, 1997 Deer Creek Music Center Noblesville, IN

Leg 3: North American Tour (2) - 17 dates

      Septmber 22, 1997 The Howard Stern Radio Show, New York
050 September 23, 1997 Walnut Creek Amphitheater Raleigh, NC
051 September 25, 1997 Blockbuster Pavilion Charlotte, NC
052 September 27, 1997 Lakewood Amphitheater Atlanta, GA
053 September 29, 1997 Cajundome Lafayette, LA
054 October 1, 1997 Pyramid Memphis, TN
055 October 3, 1997 Orlando Centroplex Orlando, FL
056 October 5, 1997 Coral Sky Amphitheater West Palm Beach, FL
057 October 7, 1997 Starwood Ampitheater Antioch, TN
058 October 9, 1997 Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheater Dallas, TX
059 October 11, 1997 The Summit Arena Houston, TX
060 October 13, 1997 Desert Sky Amphitheater Phoenix, AZ

061 October 16, 1997 Shoreline Amphitheater Moutain View, CA
062 October 18, 1997 Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion Devore, CA

063October 20, 1997 Concord Pavilion Concord, CA

064 October 22, 1997 Key Arena Seattle, WA

065 October 24, 1997 Rose Garden Arena Portland, OR
066 October 25, 1997 Universal Concerts Canada Vancouver, B.C., Canada

European Promotion Tour
November 6, 1997 MTV European Music Awards, Ahoy Stadium,Rotterdam, Holland
November 7, 1997 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland
November 8, 1997 Wetten ... Das TV show, ZDF Leipzig, Germany (Pink)
November 10, 1997 Nulle Part Ailleurs TV show, CANAL+ , Paris, France (Taste of India, Pink)
November 11, 1997 BBC Studios London BBC2 Prog with Joel's Holland.

Leg 4: North American Tour (3) - 36 dates

067 November 22, 1997 Jacksonville Coliseum Jacksonville, FL
068 November 24, 1997 Ice Palace Tampa, FL

069 November 26, 1997 Coast Coliseum Biloxi, MS

070 November 28, 1997 Tupelo Coliseum Tupelo, MS
071 November 29, 1997 Jefferson County Coliseum Birmingham, AL

072 December 2, 1997 Barton Coliseum Little Rock, AR
073 December 4, 1997 Frank Irwin Center Austin, TX

December 7, 1997 Billboard Awards, Hard Rock Cafe, Los Vegas, NV (Pink)
074 December 8, 1997 Don Haskins Center El Paso, TX
075 December 10, 1997 Tingley Coliseum Albuquerque, NM

076 December 12, 1997 Cox Arena San Diego, CA

077 December 14, 1997 MGM Grand Garden Las Vegas, NV
078 December 16, 1997 Arrowhead Pond Anaheim, CA
079 December 18, 1997 Alamo Dome San Antonio, TX

080 December 20, 1997 Myriad Convention Center Oklahoma City, OK  
081 December 21, 1997 Kansas Coliseum Wichita, KS

082 December 30, 1997 Fleet Center Boston, MA
083 December 31, 1997 Fleet Center Boston, MA

084 January 3, 1998 US Air Arena Landover, MD

January 5, 1998 Broome County Coliseum Binghampton, NY.
Scheduling conflict
085 January 7, 1998 Cumberland County Civic Center Portland, ME

086 January 9, 1998 Pittsburgh Civic Arena Pittsburgh, PA

087 January 11, 1998 War Memorial Auditorium Rochester, NY

088 January 13, 1998 Pepsi Arena Albany, NY

089 January 15, 1998 Corestates Spectrum Philadelphia, PA

      January 16, 1998 Mama Kins Music Hall Boston, MA

090 January 17, 1998 New Haven Coliseum New Haven ,CT

091 January 19, 1998 Bryce Jordan Center State College, PA

092 January 21, 1998 Oncenter Syracuse, NY

093 January 23, 1998 Charleston Civic Center Charleston, WV

094 January 24, 1998 North Charleston Coliseum North Charleston, SC

095 January 27, 1998 Roanoke Civic Center Roanoke, VA

096 January 29, 1998 Carolina Coliseum Columbia, SC

097 January 31, 1998 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, NC

098 February 2, 1998 Rupp Arena Lexington, KY

099 February 4, 1998 Van Andell Arena Grand Rapids, MI

100 February 6, 1998 Hilton Coliseum Ames, IA

101 February 8, 1998 Kohl Center Madison, WI

102 February 10, 1998 Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, MI

 

Leg 5: Japanese Leg - 7 dates

103 March 1, 1998 Nagoya Dome Nagoya, Japan
104 March 3, 1998 Osaka Dome Osaka, Japan

105 March 5, 1998 Fukuoka Dome Fukuoka, Japan

106 March 8, 1998 Tokyo Dome Tokyo, Japan

107 March 9, 1998 Tokyo Dome Tokyo, Japan
108 March 12, 1998 Yokohama Arena Yokohama, Japan

109 March 14, 1998 Yokohama Arena Yokohama, Japan

Leg 6: North American Tour (4) - 6 dates

USA dates in May/June 1998 and the European Tour 1998 were cancelled after Steven Tyler suffered a cruciate knee ligament injury after dropping the microphone stand on his knee during "Mama Kin" at Sullivan Arena Anchorage, AK (April 29th, 1998). A proposed South American tour in September 1998 also fell victim to Tyler's knee injury. The cancelled dates were made up when the tour restarted later in the year.
 

110 April 18, 1998 Delta Center Salt Lake City, UH
111 April 20, 1998 McNichols Sports Arena Denver, CO

112 April 22, 1998 World Arena Colorado Springs, CO

113 April 24, 1998 Spokane Arena Spokane, WA

114 April 27, 1998 Sullivan Arena Anchorage, AK

115 April 29, 1998 Sullivan Arena Anchorage, AK

May 2, 1998 Fargo Dome (Bison Arena) Fargo, ND
 Rescheduled for Nov 11
May 3, 1998 Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Duluth, MN
 Rescheduled for Nov 13
May 5, 1998 Civic Center Mankato, MN
 Rescheduled for Nov 7
May 7, 1998 Civic Auditorium Omaha, NE
 Rescheduled for Nov 9
May 9, 1998 La Crosse Center La Crosse, WI
Rescheduled for Nov 15
May 11, 1998 Metro Center Rockford, IL
 
Rescheduled for Nov 27
May 13, 1998 The Mark Of The Quad Cities Moline, IL
 
Rescheduled for Nov 25
May 15, 1998 Civic Center Arena Peoria, IL
 
Rescheduled for Nov 19
May 17, 1998 Ft. Wayne Coliseum Ft. Wayne, IN
 
Rescheduled for Nov 23
May 19, 1998 Freedom Hall Louisville, KY
 
Rescheduled for Dec 9
May 21, 1998 Thompson Boling Center Knoxville, TN
 
Rescheduled for Dec 7
May 23, 1998 Roberts Stadium Evansville, IN
 
Rescheduled for Nov 21
May 25, 1998 Ervin J. Nutter Center Dayton, OH
 
Rescheduled for Dec 3
May 27, 1998 Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, MI
 
Rescheduled for Dec 1
May 29, 1998 Toledo Sports Arena Toledo, OH
 
Rescheduled for Oct 26
May 31, 1998 Copps Coliseum Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 
Rescheduled for Oct 24
June 2, 1998 Molson Centre Montreal, Quebec, Canada
 
Rescheduled for Oct 20
June 4, 1998 Quebec Colisee Arena Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
 
Rescheduled for Oct 22

June 29, 1998 Cape Canaveral, Cape Canaveral, FL Armegeddon Premiere

 

Cancelled European Dates 1998

June 26, 1998 Kirov or Petrovsky Stadium St. Petersburg, Russia
June 28, 1998 Luzhniki Stadium Moscow, Russia
July 1, 1998 Oulu Baseball Stadium Uleaborg, Finland
July 3, 1998 Midtfyns Festival Midtfyns, Denmark
July 5, 1998 Les Eurockéenes de Belfort (festival) Belfort, France
July 7, 1998 L'Olympia Paris, France
July 9, 1998 Sporthalle Cologne, Germany
July 10, 1998 Out In The Green Festival Frauenfeld, Switzerland
July 12, 1998 Dr. Music Festival Andorra-la-Vella, Andorra
July 14, 1998 The Forum Milano, Italy
July 16, 1998 Pistoia Festival Pistoia, Italy
July 18, 1998 Blindman's Ball Stuttgart, Germany
July 19, 1998 Blindman's Ball Magdeburg, Germany
July 21, 1998 Stadion Slaski Katowice, Poland
July 24, 1998 Lollipop Festival Stockholm, Finland
July 26, 1998 Ahoy Stadium Rotterdam, Holland
July 28, 1998 Sheffield Arena Sheffield, UK With RUN-DMC.
July 30, 1998 The Point Depot Theatre Dublin, Ireland
August 1, 1998 Wembley Arena London, UK With Run-DMC.


Leg 7: North American Tour (5) - 24 dates

An new American leg of dates  was arranged to coincide with the release of "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing". The August 1998 dates were then put back when Joey Kramer suffered second dgree burns as a result of a freak gas station fire while sitting in his Ferrari F355 Spyder convertible (July 16, 1998 - see back of the "A Little South of Sanity" CD insert for photo).

August 14, 1998 Walnut Creek Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC Rearranged for Oct 1
August 16, 1998 GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater Virginia Beach, VA
Rearranged for Oct 7
August 18, 1998 Montage Mountain Amphitheater Scranton, PA
Rearranged for Sept 9
August 20, 1998 Great Woods Mansfield, MA
August 22, 1998 The Meadows Hartford, CT
 Rearranged for Oct 11
August 24, 1998 Blockbuster - Sony Entertainment Pavilion Camden, NJ
Rearranged for Sept 11
August 26, 1998 Jones Beach Amphitheater Wantaugh, NY
Rearranged for Oct 13
August 28, 1998 Jones Beach Amphitheater Wantaugh, NY
Rearranged for Oct 15
August 30, 1998 P.N.C. Bank Arts Center Holmdel, NJ
Rearranged for Oct 17
September 1, 1998 Blockbuster Pavilion Charlotte, NC
Rearranged for Oct 5
September 3, 1998 Nissan Pavilion Bristow, VA
Rearranged for Oct 9
September 5, 1998 Lakewood Amphitheater Atlanta, GA
Rearranged for Oct 3
September 7, 1998 Starwood Amphitheater Antioch, TN
Rearranged for Sep 29
September 9, 1998 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH
September 11, 1998 TBA, Cleveland, OH
Septemeber 29, 1998 TBA, AK
September 29, 1998 Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre, Dallas, TX
October 1, 1998 TBA, TX
October 3, 1998 TBA, TX
November 3, 1998 TBA, SD
November 3, 1998 Bismarck Civic Center, Bismarck, ND
November 17, 1998 TBA, WI


116 September 9, 1998 Montage Mountain Amphitheater Scranton, PA Rescheduled from Aug 18
117 September 11, 1998 Blockbuster - Sony Entertainment Pavilion Camden, NJ
Rescheduled from Aug 24

118 September 13, 1998 New Pine Knob Music Theater Clarkston, MI
      September 14, 1998 New Pine Knob Music Theater Clarkston, MI (BBC recording)

119 September 15, 1998 New Pine Knob Music Theater Clarkston, MI
120 September 17, 1998 Marcus Amphitheater Milwaukee, WI

121 September 19, 1998 World Music Theatre, Tinley Park Chicago, IL

122 September 21, 1998 Deer Creek Music Center Noblesville, IN

123 September 23, 1998 Polaris Amphitheater Columbus, OH

124 September 25, 1998 Riverport Amphitheater St Louis, MO

125 September 27, 1998 Sandstone Amphitheater Bonner Springs, KS

126 September 29, 1998 Starwood Amphitheater Antioch, TN  
Rescheduled from Sep 7
127 October 1, 1998 Walnut Creek Amphitheater Raleigh, NC
Rescheduled from Aug 14
128 October 3, 1998 Lakewood Amphitheater Atlanta, GA  
Rescheduled from Sep 5
129 October 5, 1998 Blockbuster Pavilion Charlotte, NC  
Rescheduled from Sep 1
130 October 7, 1998 GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater Virginia Beach, VA
Rescheduled from Aug 16
131 October 9, 1998 Nissan Pavilion Bristow, VA  
Rescheduled from Sep 3
132 October 11, 1998 The Meadows Hartford, CT
Rescheduled from Aug 22
133 October 13, 1998 Jones Beach Amphitheater Wantagh, NY
Rescheduled from Aug 26
134 October 15, 1998 Jones Beach Amphitheater Wantagh, NY
Rescheduled from Aug 28
135 October 17, 1998 P.N.C. Bank Arts Center Holmdel, NJ (Webcast)
Rescheduled from Aug 30
136 October 20, 1998 Molson Centre Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Rescheduled from June 2
137 October 22, 1998 Quebec Coliseum  Arena Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Rescheduled from June 4
138 October 24, 1998 Copps Coliseum Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Rescheduled from May 31
139 October 26, 1998 Toledo Sports Arena Toledo, OH
Rescheduled from May 29


Leg 8: North American Tour (6) - 24 dates

0140 November 3, 1998 Bradley Center Milwaukee, WI
0141 November 5, 1998 Target Center Minneapolis, MN

0142 November 7, 1998 Civic Center Mankato, MN
Rescheduled from May 5
0143 November 9, 1998 Civic Auditorium Omaha, NE
Rescheduled from May 7
0144 November 11, 1998 Fargo Dome/Bison Arena, Fargo, ND
Rescheduled from May 2
0145 November 13, 1998 Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Duluth, MN
Rescheduled from May 3
0146 November 15, 1998 La Crosse Center La Crosse, WI
Rescheduled from May 9

0147 November 17, 1998 Sioux Falls Arena Sioux Falls, SD
0148 November 19, 1998 Peoria Civic Center Peoria, IL
Rescheduled from May 15
0149 November 21, 1998 Roberts Stadium Evansville, IN
Rescheduled from May 23
0150 November 23, 1998 Ft. Wayne Coliseum Ft. Wayne, IN
Rescheduled from May 17
0151 November 25, 1998 The Mark Of The Quad Cities Moline, IL
Rescheduled from May 13
0152 November 27, 1998 Metro Center Rockford, IL
Rescheduled from May 11
0153 November 29, 1998 JACC, Arena Dome Notre Dame, IN
0154 December 1, 1998 Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, MI
Rescheduled from May 27
0155 December 3, 1998 Ervin J. Nutter Center, Wright State Univ. Dayton, OH
Rescheduled from May 25
0156 December 5, 1998 Shryock Auditorium Carbondale, IL

0157 December 7, 1998 Thompson Boling Center Knoxville, TN
Rescheduled from May 21
0158 December 9, 1998 Freedom Hall Louisville, KY
Rescheduled from May 19
0159 December 11, 1998 UoI Assembly Hall, Arena Champaign, IL

0160 December 13, 1998 Huntington Civic Center, Great Hall Huntington, WV

0161 December 15, 1998 Gund Arena Cleveland, OH

0162 December 17, 1998 First Union Corestates Arena Philadelphia PA

0163 December 19 ,1998 MCI Arena Washington D.C.

Leg 9: North American Tour (7) - 6 dates

American dates in the first quarter of 1999 were cancelled to allow Steven's knee further time to heel.

0164 December 27, 1998 Continental Airlines Arena E. Rutherford NJ

0165 December 29, 1998 Pepsi Arena Albany NY

0166 December 31, 1998 Fleet Center Boston, MA

0167 January 2, 1999 Centrum, Arena Worcester, MA

0168 January 4, 1999 Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

January 6, 1999 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, NC
Rescheduled for April 15
0169 January 6, 1999 UTC Arena Chattanooga, TN
Brought forward from Jan 12th
January 8, 1999 Roanoke Civic Center, Coliseum, Roanoke,VA
January 10, 1999 The Pyramid Arena Memphis, TN
Rescheduled for April 13
January 14, 1999 Bi-Lo Center Greenville, SC
  Rescheduled for April 17
January 16, 1999 Macon Coliseum, Arena Macon, GA
January 18, 1999 Von Braun Civic Centre, Arena Huntsville, AL
January 20, 1999 Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center Biloxi, MS
Rescheduled for April 21
January 22, 1999 Mississippi Coliseum Jackson, MS
January 24, 1999 Tupelo Coliseum Columbus-Tupelo, OH
January 26, 1999 Hirsch Memorial Coliseum Shreveport, LA
January 28, 1999 Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Birmingham, AL
Rescheduled for April 19
February 1, 1999 Compaq Center Houston, TX
February 9, 1999 Myriad Convention Center, Myriad Arena Oklahoma City, OK
February 11, 1999 Kansas Coliseum Wichita, KS

February 24, 1999 41st Annual Grammy Awards, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA
March 21, 1999 Academy Awards (I Don't Want To Miss A Thing)

Leg 10: North American Tour (8) - 18 dates

0170 April 11, 1999 Schottenstein Center Columbus, OH
0171 April 13, 1999 Pyramid Arena Memphis, TN Rescheduled from Jan 10
0172 April 15, 1999 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, NC Rescheduled from Jan 6
0173 April 17, 1999 Bi-Lo Center Greenville, SC Rescheduled from Jan 14
0174 April 19, 1999 Jefferson Civic Center Birmingham, AL Rescheduled from Jan 28
0175 April 21, 1999 Convention Center Arena Biloxi, MS Rescheduled from Jan 20
0176 April 23, 1999 Cajundome Lafayette, LA
0177 April 25, 1999 Retama Park, San Antonio, TX
0178 April 27, 1999 Cynthia Mitchell Pavilion, Woodlands, TX
0179 April 29, 1999 Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheater, Dallas, TX
0180 May 1, 1999 Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre Englewood, CO
0181 May 3, 1999 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas, NV
May 5, 1999 Bakersfield Cent. Garden Arena Phoenix, AZ
 Cancelled: Flu
0182 May 7, 1999 Hollywood Bowl Hollywood, CA
May 9, 1999 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA
Cancelled: Flu
May 11, 1999 Convention Center Bakersfield, CA
Cancelled: Flu
0183 May 13, 1999 Arco Arena Sacramento, CA
May 15, 1999 Gorge Amphitheatre George, WA
Cancelled: Flu
0184 May 17, 1999 Delta Center Salt Lake City, UT
0185 May 20, 1999 Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, MI
0186 May 22, 1999 Alpine Valley Music Center East Troy, WI
0187 May 23, 1999 World Music Amphitheater Tinley Park, IL

Leg 11: European Tour (Outdoor) - 17 dates

0188 June 10, 1999 Globen Stockholm, Sweden
        June 11, 1999 TFI, Riverside Studios Hammersmith, London

June 12, 1999 Trabrennbahn, Hamburg, Germany
Cancelled on day due to roofing problem.
June 14, 1999 Prague, Czech
(Rearranged to play Munich)
June 14, 1999 Olympichalle Munich, Germany With Black Crowes
Cancelled

0189 June 16, 1999 Olympichalle Munich, Germany
0190 June 18, 1999 Football Stadium Linz, Austria

0191 June 20, 1999 Football Stadium Zurich, Switzerland

0192 June 22, 1999 Schleyerhalle Stuttgart, Germany
0193 June 24, 1999 Koln Arena Cologne, Germany
0194 June 26, 1999 Wembley Stadium London, UK

0195 June 28, 1999 Forest Hills Brussels, Belgium
0196 June 30, 1999 Festhalle Frankfurt, Germany
0197 July 2, 1999 Amphitheatre Nijmegen, Holland

0198 July 4, 1999 Stausse Hohenfelden Erfurt, Germany
0199 July 6, 1999 Waldbuhne Berlin, Germany

0200 July 8, 1999 Midtfyns Festival Denmark
0201 July 11, 1999 Monza Rock Festival Monza, Italy  
0202 July 12, 1999 Neapolis Festival Naples, Italy
0203 July 15, 1999 St Jordi Barcelona, Spain
0204 July 17, 1999 Super Rock Lisbon, Portugal

July 25, 1999 Woodstock 30, Rome, New York Cancelled due to scheduling conflict

History:

Late Jan 97: European Tour (Leg 1) was announced in Kerrang during the week of the Listening Party in London. 
May 7, 1997: American leg of the tour was announced by Sony
April 27, 1998: Tyler crashes 20 pound microphone stand onto his knee (during "Mama Kin") and fells awkwardly. With the aid of the mic stand, as a crutch, Tyler completes the remaining few songs of the set.  The band returns to Boston awaiting news on Tyler's knee.
May 5, 1998: Tom Hamilton announced on radio that Tyler would be out of action for 3 months and was being operated on next week.
May 6, 1998: The band were forced to reschedule all the remaining shows on the North American leg as Steven Tyler's knee injury was far worse than originally thought. After consulting a leading knee specialist, Tyler decided to go ahead with the surgery. The remaining shows were postponed until late Summer / early fall with an announcement on them expected in a few weeks.
May 14, 1998: Tyler undergoes knee surgery
July 8, 1998: The new leg of the Nine Lives world tour includes 50 North American dates in 22 states in the Midwest, East Coast, and South, including many secondary markets. The first 17 weeks include 26 outdoor venues, followed by seven weeks of indoor gigs (Note: the TBA dates above were originally from this provisional list).
The dates will include the 18 shows that were postponed due to lead singer Steven Tyler's knee injury in April.

July 23, 1998: Sony Music list next 2 legs of dates and report them postponed at the same time (41 dates)