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  • Song played from tape Carmina Burana Intro Play Video
  • Jam ( Live debut ) Play Video
  • Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' Play Video
  • Human Nature Play Video
  • Smooth Criminal Play Video
  • I Just Can't Stop Loving You (with Siedah Garrett ) Play Video
  • She's Out of My Life Play Video
  • I Want You Back / The Love You Save / I'll Be There ( The Jacksons  song) Play Video
  • Thriller Play Video
  • Billie Jean Play Video
  • Song played from tape Black Panther Interlude Play Video
  • Working Day and Night Play Video
  • Beat It Play Video
  • Someone Put Your Hand Out ( instrumental played by band ) Play Video
  • Will You Be There Play Video
  • The Way You Make Me Feel Play Video
  • Bad Play Video
  • Black or White Play Video
  • Song played from tape "We Are The World" Interlude Play Video
  • Heal the World Play Video
  • Man in the Mirror Play Video

Note: First show of Dangerous World Tour

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  • I Just Can't Stop Loving You
  • Man in the Mirror
  • Smooth Criminal
  • The Way You Make Me Feel
  • Billie Jean
  • Human Nature
  • Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
  • Black or White
  • Heal the World
  • Will You Be There
  • She's Out of My Life
  • Working Day and Night
  • Someone Put Your Hand Out
  • I Want You Back / The Love You Save / I'll Be There by The Jacksons

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Dangerous World Tour

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This article is about the tour. You may have been looking for the album .

The Dangerous World Tour is the second worldwide concert tour by Michael Jackson . It was launched in support of the artist's eighth studio album, Dangerous (1991) and lasted from June 27, 1992 until November 11, 1993. The shows were sponsored by Pepsi .

The tour grossed a little less than its predecessor, Bad World Tour , gaining over $100 million. All profits were donated to charities including Heal the World Foundation . As it was nearing its end, the Dangerous World Tour was unfortunately cancelled due to Jackson's declining health. The tour was originally going to end on Christmas 1993.

  • 1 Background
  • 4.1 Cancelled dates
  • 5.1 Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour
  • 6.1 Lead performer
  • 6.2 Dancers
  • 6.3 Musicians
  • 6.4 Vocalists
  • 9 References

Background [ ]

During the final show of the Bad World Tour in 1989, Jackson stated it was going to be the final time the world would see him on stage. This was initially the plan for his career going forward, as Michael later explained, concerts were exhausting and he went through "hell" touring. Additionally, the artist wanted to focus on making music and filmmaking instead.

On February 3, 1992 Michael held a press conference at Radio City Music Hall in New York, where the Dangerous World Tour would be announced. Michael explained, that the sole reason he'd do the tour was to raise funds for the Heal the World Fundation. The goal was to gain $100 million by Christmas of the following year; a goal the artist succeeded with.

As the tour was nearing its end, in 1993 Jackson was accused of child sexual abuse by Evan Chandler. This caused Michael to begin taking drugs to ease his mind, but caused his physical health to worsen. On November 11, Michael played in Mexico, which would unfortunately become the final show of the tour, as the rest of it would be cancelled so the artist can focus on improving his health.

Outfits [ ]

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For the tour, Jackson rocked a couple different outfits. These were designed by Michael Bush and Dennis Tompkins .

He wore two different, military-like outfits; first was blue and glittery with a golden stripe crossing over the top, while another version was colored in black, and with two golden stripes. Another outfit was completely different from the above; featuring a completely golden top, and black pants. A fourth outfit featured Jackson with a golden, glittery top and two black striped crossing over it, and blue pants.

Setlist [ ]

  • "Brace Yourself" (intro)
  • " Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' "
  • " Human Nature "
  • " Smooth Criminal "
  • " I Just Can't Stop Loving You " (with Siedah Garrett )
  • " She's Out of My Life "
  • Jackson 5 Medley
  • " Thriller "
  • " Billie Jean "
  • "Black or White Panther" (video interlude)
  • " Workin' Day and Night "
  • " Beat It "
  • " Someone Put Your Hand Out " (instrumental interlude)
  • " Will You Be There "
  • " The Way You Make Me Feel "
  • " Black or White "
  • " We Are the World " (video interlude)
  • " Heal the World "
  • " Dangerous "

Tour dates [ ]

Cancelled dates [ ], broadcasts & recordings [ ], live in bucharest: the dangerous tour [ ].

On November 16, 2005, a little over a decade after the show took place, a DVD of the October 1, 1992 show at the Bucharest National Stadium was released as a part of The Ultimate Collection , and saw its separate release as Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour on July 25, 2005.

While all of the tour was professionally filmed, the Bucharest concert was the only broadcasted show of the Dangerous World Tour. However, amateur recordings of other shows have been shared online for years.

Personnel [ ]

Lead performer [ ].

  • Michael Jackson

Dancers [ ]

  • LaVelle Smith (choreographer)
  • Dominic Lucero (asst. choreographer; 1992 leg)
  • Jamie King (1992 and 1993 legs)
  • Eddie Garcia (1992 leg)
  • Randy Allaire (1992 leg)
  • Travis Payne (1993 leg)
  • Jason Yribar (1993 leg)
  • Bruno "Taco" Falcon (asst. choreographer; 1992 and 1993 legs)
  • Michelle Berube
  • Yuko Sumida
  • Damon Navandi

Musicians [ ]

  • Musical director: Greg Phillinganes (1992), Brad Buxer (1993)
  • Assistant musical director: Kevin Dorsey
  • Keyboards, synthesizers: Greg Phillinganes (1992); Brad Buxer, Isaiah Sanders (1993)
  • Drums: Ricky Lawson
  • Lead/rhythm guitar: Jennifer Batten (1992), Becky Barksdale (1993), David Williams
  • Bass guitar, synth bass: Don Boyette

Vocalists [ ]

  • Vocal director: Kevin Dorsey
  • Background vocals: Darryl Phinnessee, Dorian Holley, Siedah Garrett , Kevin Dorsey
  • Slash – lead guitar on " Black or White " in Oviedo (September 21, 1992) and Tokyo (December 30 and 31, 1992)

Gallery [ ]

  • After the Oslo, Norway concert, " The Way You Make Me Feel " and " Bad " weren't performed for the rest of the tour, although the songs did return for the first 4 concerts in Tokyo. This also became the final performance of "Bad" Jackson ever gave.
  • " Workin' Day And Night " and " Beat It " were taken out of the setlist in the third leg. The cherry picker that was used for "Beat It" in the first and second legs was then used for " Black or White " in some concerts in the third leg.
  • " Rock with You " and " Remember The Time " were taken out of the setlist due to wardrobe malfunctions.
  • Rehearsals for the tour have taken place in Jackson's Neverland home and at Culver City Studios. Footage of the rehearsals can be found on YouTube. [1] [2]
  • The " We Are the World " interlude in the 1993 shows was extended, starting with the band and the backup singers singing along with the crowd.
  • In some early 1992 shows " Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' " and "Beat It" were performed in their original key.
  • Diana Ross was in the attendance on the Oslo show on July 15th 1992.
  • Elizabeth Taylor was in the attendance on the Stockholm show on July 17th 1992.
  • " Man in the Mirror " was taken out of the setlist of 1993, but was performed in Argentina (first and second night, on the third he had a headache and didn't perform it. He had added it due to the Argentinian audience's warmth according to what their people had told us), it was also performed at the last concert in Mexico. Contrary to popular belief, "Man in the Mirror" was not performed on any night in Brazil or Israel. It is believed by the words of the public that "Man in the Mirror" was also performed during the concert in Chile.
  • During " Heal the World " in Bangkok, Michael wore the white shirt from "Man in the Mirror".
  • The magic trick at the end of " Thriller " was not performed at the third leg and at select first leg shows.
  • Michael cut his finger during the performance of " Jam " in the Copenhagen show, prompting Michael Bush to put a bandage on Michael's finger during " Human Nature ".
  • The silver jacket that Michael wore during "Jam" in the 1992 shows (except for Munich and 7 Tokyo shows), was used for the Jackson 5 medley in the 1993 shows. It was confirmed thanks to a photograph that it was used in Tokyo (December 24).
  • The original black jacket of "Jam" was only used in Munich and in possibly 7 concerts in Tokyo 1992. This jacket has 3 other versions. One of these was used in the 1993 Superbowl . Another version was used only in the first concert of 1993. And the final version was used during the rest of 1993, during the photo session of the album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I in 1994, the Royal Concert 1996, and it was last used for Michael's scan for a video game in 1999.
  • " Will You Be There " had 3 different endings during the tour: in one Michael would be joined by a female dancer in a angel costume (similar to MTV 10th Anniversary performance in 1991); in another one Michael would be joined by a girl who would do sign language and in the final one he would finish the song alone.

References [ ]

  • ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DC_cWKW3EOc&pp=ygUZZGFuZ2Vyb3VzIHRvdXIgcmVoZWFyc2Fscw%3D%3D
  • ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DPeBxSE6BI&t=11049s&pp=ygUZZGFuZ2Vyb3VzIHRvdXIgcmVoZWFyc2Fscw%3D%3D
  • 1 List of unreleased songs
  • 2 Bigi Jackson
  • 3 Brandon Jackson

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