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Erasure – World Be Gone Tour (St Petersburg, FL)

Erasure – World Be Gone Tour (St Petersburg, FL)
  • On July 7, 2018

The last time I went to a Erasure concert on Dec. 4, 1992 – senior year of high school, during their “Phantasmagorical Tour” at Jones Hall, in Houston, Tx. I was visiting my sister at Texas A&M where a bunch of friends had already purchased tickets. We all caravanned on this road trip adventure. For those of us who didn’t have tickets, we purchased ours from scalpers. Such a spontaneous journey and what a setlist they had back then. But Erasure can never fail to entertain.


It was our first time spending a Saturday evening in St. Pete and so pleasantly surprised to discover all the restaurants and boutiques alongside Central Ave. After a short stroll, we decided on outdoor dining at Acropolis. The weather wasn’t muggy (maybe being in close proximity to Tampa Bay?). We didn’t know what we missed inside until we visited the restroom and saw they had a belly dancer and live Bouzouki performing. Aw-shucks! The food was great!

PHOTO CAPTION: Calamari – Hand breaded squid, tentacles and red peppers, lightly fried. Served with tomato sauce

PHOTO CAPTION: Grilled octopus marinated in lemon and olive oil vinaigrette with fresh garlic, capers, zucchini and diced tomato

PHOTO CAPTION: Stuffed Mushroom caps stuffed with tirokafteri, garlic and herbs, coated in panko bread crumbs and crisp fried. Served with creamy Acropolis sauce


Setlist: Erasure (St Pete, FL) – July 7, 2018

    1. Oh L’Amour
    2. Ship of Fools
    3. Breathe
    4. Just a Little Love
    5. In My Arms
    6. Chains of Love
    7. Sacred
    8. Sweet Summer Loving
    9. Victim of Love
    10. Phantom Bride
    11. World Be Gone
    12. Who Needs Love Like That
    13. Atomic
      (Blondie cover)
    14. Love to Hate You
    15. Take Me Out of Myself
    16. Blue Savannah
    17. Drama!
    18. Love You to the Sky
    19. Stop!
    20. Always
    21. Sometimes


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