How Many Shows Did You Attend Between June 30, 1989 and February 21, 1993?

This week, in the continuing series about Duran tour participation, I am asking about a few tours that were all pretty short in duration.  Thus, instead of doing them as separate posts, I combined them.  The tours I combined are:

An Acoustic Evening (Feb. 10, 1993 – Feb. 21, 1993)

KROQ Acoustic Christmas (Dec. 12 and 13, 1992)

UNICEF Benefit (April 28, 1991)

Summer Festivals (June 30, 1989 – Aug. 13, 1989)

These tours took place in the following places:  Italy, the US, Canada, the UK, Denmark, Belgium, Spain and Switzerland.  As always, I refer you to the band’s official website for all the specific dates and locations, which you can see here.

If you missed any of the previous polls about other more recent tours, the links can be found below:

The first half of the Dilate Your Mind Tour (March 4, 1993 to May 9, 1993)

No Ordinary Tour (May 13, 1993 to December 10, 1993)

The second half of the Dilate Your Mind Tour (December 1993 to April 1994

The Thank You Tour (February 1995 to May 1995)

The Radio Festival Tour (May 1995 to November 1997)

The Ultra Chrome Latex and Steel Tour (Nov. 1997 to Oct. 1998)

The Latest and Greatest Tour (Dec. 1998)

Let It Flow Tour (Aug. to Oct. 1999)

Overnight Sensation Tour (Dec. 1999 to July 2000)

Pop Trash Tour (July 2000 to Feb. 2001)

The Up Close and Personal Tour (Feb. 2001 to June 2001)

The Reunion Tour (July 2003 to Dec. 2004)

The Astronaut Tour (Jan. 2005 to July 2007)

The Red Carpet Massacre Tour (Oct. 2007 to Oct. 2010)

All You Need Is Now Tour (Feb. 2011 to Aug. 2012)

How Old Were You When You First Saw Duran Live?

Which Tour Did You See Duran Play for the First Time?

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