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Escape to Plastic Beach World Tour was one of the Gorillaz' live concert tours. The world tour spanned from July 2010 to December 2010. [1]

The tour is in support of their third studio album Plastic Beach. It also saw the release of The Fall, a new album recorded during the tour, featuring fifteen tracks, mainly influenced of 2-D.


During Escape to Plastic Beach World Tour, the band performed a live version of the album, Plastic Beach, along with songs from previous albums which included, Dirty Harry, Feel Good Inc., and Clint Eastwood (without Del The Funky Homosapien).


Guest collaborators and additional musicians[]

  • Bashy – vocals on "Clint Eastwood" and "White Flag"
  • Kano – vocals on "Clint Eastwood" and "White Flag"
  • Mos Def – vocals on "Stylo" and "Sweepstakes" (select dates only)
  • Lou Reed – guitar and vocals on "Some Kind of Nature" (New York City and Los Angeles only)
  • Bobby Womack – vocals on "Stylo", "Cloud of Unknowing" and "Demon Days"
  • Neneh Cherry – vocals on "Kids with Guns" (select dates only)
  • Bootie Brown – vocals on "Dirty Harry" and "Stylo"
  • MF Doom – vocals on "Clint Eastwood" and "November Has Come" (select dates only)
  • Miho Hatori – vocals on "19-2000" (select dates only)
  • Yukimi Nagano – vocals on "Empire Ants" and "To Binge" (select dates only)
  • De La Soul – vocals on "Feel Good Inc." and "Superfast Jellyfish"
  • Daley – vocals on "Doncamatic" (select dates only)
  • Mark E. Smith – vocals on "Glitter Freeze" (select dates only)
  • Roses Gabor – vocals on "19-2000" and "Dare"
  • Members of Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music – orchestration on "White Flag"
  • The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – brass on "Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach", "Broken", "Sweepstakes" and "Plastic Beach"
  • Demon Strings – strings


  1. Orchestral Intro
  2. Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach
  3. Last Living Souls
  4. O Green World (Certain Dates Only)
  5. 19-2000
  6. Stylo
  7. On Melancholy Hill
  8. Rhinestone Eyes
  9. Superfast Jellyfish
  10. Tomorrow Comes Today
  11. Empire Ants
  12. Broken
  13. Dirty Harry
  14. El Mañana
  15. November Has Come (Certain Dates Only)
  16. Doncamatic (Certain Dates Only)
  17. White Flag
  18. To Binge
  19. DARE
  20. Glitter Freeze
  21. Punk
  22. Plastic Beach
  23. Cloud of Unknowing
  24. Hong Kong (Hong Kong, China only)
  25. Feel Good Inc.
  26. Clint Eastwood
  27. Don't Get Lost in Heaven
  28. Demon Days

Tour Dates[]

Australia, New Zealand, and Asia[]

Date Country City Venue
December 3, 2010 China Hong Kong Asia World Arena
December 6, 2010 Australia Perth Burswood Dome
December 8, 2010 Australia Adelaide Entertainment Centre
December 11, 2010 Australia Melbourne Rod Laver
December 16, 2010 Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre
December 19, 2010 Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
December 21, 2010 New Zealand Auckland Vector Arena

North America[]

Date Country City Venue
October 3, 2010 Canada Montreal, Quebec Bell Centre
October 6, 2010 United States Boston, Massachusetts Agganis Arena
October 8, 2010 United States New York City, New York Madison Square Gardens
October 10, 2010 United States Camden, New Jersey Susquehanna Bank Center
October 11, 2010 United States Fairfax, Virginia Patriot Center
October 13, 2010 United States Detroit, Michigan Fox Theatre
October 14, 2010 Canada Toronto, Ontario Air Canada Centre
October 16, 2010 United States Chicago, Illinois UIC Pavilion
October 17, 2010 United States Minneapolis, Minnesota Target Center
October 19, 2010 United States Houston, Texas Toyota Center
October 20, 2010 United States Dallas, Texas Verizon Theatre
October 22, 2010 United States Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center
October 24, 2010 United States Denver, Colorado Wells Fargo Theatre
October 26, 2010 United States Phoenix, Arizona Dodge Theatre
October 27, 2010 United States Los Angeles, California Gibson Amphitheatre
October 28, 2010 United States San Diego, California Viejas Arena
October 30, 2010 United States Oakland, California Oracle Arena
November 2, 2010 United States Seattle, Washington Key Arena
November 3, 2010 Canada Vancouver, British Columbia Rogers Arena


Date Country City Venue
November 11, 2010 Ireland Dublin O2 Arena (3Arena)
November 12, 2010 United Kingdom Manchester Evening News Arena
November 14, 2010 United Kingdom London O2 Arena
November 15, 2010 Netherlands Amsterdam Heineken Music Hall
November 16, 2010 United Kingdom London O2 Arena
November 17, 2010 United Kingdom Birmingham NIA
November 18, 2010 United Kingdom Brighton Center
November 21, 2010 Denmark Berlin Velodrom
November 22, 2010 France Paris Zenith
November 23, 2010 France Paris Zenith
November 25, 2010 Belgium Antwerp Lotto


Date Country City Venue
July 25, 2010 Syria Damascus The Citadel



  • The Escape to Plastic Beach Tour also featured new music videos and visuals on the big screen in the background while band members played up front. Visuals accompanied such songs as "Broken", "Welcome to the World of the Plastic Beach", "Dirty Harry", "Empire Ants", "Last Living Souls", "White Flag" and many others alongside the original music videos for the group's previous songs.
  • The poster used to promote the tour was highly influenced by the theatrical poster for the 1969 Sam Peckinpah western, The Wild Bunch.
  • The tour was later noted by Albarn to be an extremely costly endeavor; in a 2013 interview with Rolling Stone, Albarn explained: "I made about 20 pounds by the end of it, so I won't be going on another of those. It was incredible fun, I loved doing it, but economically it was an absolute fucking disaster."


  1. Gorillaz.com Escape to Plastic Beach World Tour