Lou Reed Berlin European Tour 2007

18-Jun Brussels Forest National 
20-Jun Amsterdam Heineken Music Hall 
21-Jun Amsterdam Heineken Music Hall 
23-Jun Paris Palais de Congress
25-Jun Dusseldorf Philipshalle 
26-Jun Berlin Tempodrom 
29-Jun Manchester International Festival
30-Jun London Hammersmith Apollo 
01-Jul London Hammersmith Apollo
03-Jul Lyon Grand Théâtre Romain de Fourvière
04-Jul Arles Theatre Antique
06-Jul Rome Il Parco della Musica 
08-Jul Arezzo Piazza Grande
10-Jul Milan Teatro degli Arcimboldi
11-Jul Turin Villa Venaria
12-Jul Cremona Stradivari Square 
14-Jul Cagliari Rocce Rosse Festival

Lou Reed Berlin US Tour 2008

April 20 - Northamptom, Calvin Theatre
April 25 - Norfolk, The NorVa
April 26 - Richmond, The National
April 28 - Durham, Carolina Theatre
April 29 - Asheville, Orange Peel
April 30 - Knoxville, Tennessee Theatre

Lou Reed Berlin European Tour 2008

June 23 Cork Marquee
June 24 Belfast Waterfront
June 25 Edinburgh Playhouse
June 26 Nottingham Royal Centre
June 28 Paris Salle Pleyel
June 30 London Royal Albert Hall
July 03 Munich Philharmonie
July 06 Hamburg CCH - Congress Centrum
July 07 Copenhagen Opera House
July 09 Stockholm Annexet
July 11 Tallin Saku Arena (Estonia) 
July 12 Latvia Riga Arena
July 14 Warsaw Towar
July 16 Brussels Bozar
July 19 Lisbon Campo Pequeno
July 20 Loule Moinumento Dujarte Pacheco
July 21 Malaga Terral Festival
July 22 Madrid Conde Duque
July 25 Girona Portaferrada FestivalArtificial Eye 

July 26 Benidorm Bullring


Lou Reed

Steve Hunter - Guitar

Fernando Saunders - Bass

Antony - Vocals  

Rob Wassermann - Bass

Rupert Christie - Keyboards 

Sharon Jones - Vocals (also later Katie Krykant and Jenni Muldaur)

A seven-piece orchestra and the Brooklyn Youth Chorus

Steve's arrangement of Lou's Rock and Roll on an encore 2008

Lou Reed  'Berlin Live' Tour 2008

Lou Introduces The Band And Orchestra - Arezzo 08/07/2007

Sweet Jane Live - From The DVD

Staging Berlin has been discussed for over thirty years and in December of 2006 it became a reality. Berlin was said to be one of the most depressing albums ever made and as it was brought to life it was far from dismal. Using the divided city of Berlin as its backdrop the story of Caroline and her lovers is told through the emotive and provocative words of Lou Reed.

October 27th 2013

“Today the world lost a true genius…an American genius. And I lost a dear beloved brother…Lou Reed. Some of the highest points in my career and life have been spent either in the studio or on stage with Lou. Thank God he wrote so many brilliant songs that we can continue to enjoy. It is a beautiful legacy. I love you my dear old friend and God bless your sweet soul. I will surely miss you always…steve”

Photo Credit Amy - Beth McNeeley


Main Photo By Mark Maryanovich

Photo Credit Amy - Beth McNeeley

Berlin Tour 2008  -  All Photographs By Amy-Beth McNeeley