Duran Duran Concerts

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Popular songs

Top 10 most played songs by Duran Duran in the last 40 concerts.

Setlist profile

Songs to be played live were released on the following albums:

Next Setlist

Listen to the Playlist of the Next Concert (updated after every tour date):

How long is the concert? Duran Duran will be on stage for approx 1:59. Here is the probable setlist based on previous concerts (99% probability):

Song title
  1. Greatest cover The Wild Boys
  2. Rio cover Hungry Like the Wolf
  3. Future Past cover INVISIBLE
  4. Greatest cover A View to a Kill
  5. Decade cover Notorious
  6. Strange Behaviour cover Union of the Snake
  7. Duran Duran [the Wedding Album] cover Come Undone
  8. Future Past cover GIVE IT ALL UP
  9. Duran Duran cover Friends of Mine
  10. Duran Duran [the Wedding Album] cover Ordinary World
  11. Future Past cover TONIGHT UNITED
  12. Duran Duran cover Planet Earth
  13. Rio cover Hold Back the Rain
  14. 80s: The Collection cover The Reflex
  15. no cover Girls on Film / Acceptable in the 80's
  16. Thank You cover White Lines (Don't Don't Do It)
  17. Encore #1

  18. Greatest cover Save a Prayer
  19. Rio cover Rio

Duran Duran Tour Map 2023

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6 Upcoming concerts, touring in the following countries: United Kingdom, Ireland, etc.

Duran Duran Biography

Duran Duran is an English new wave and rock band. They were formed in 1978 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. The founding members were keyboardist and vocalist Nick Rhodes (born in 1962 in Birmingham, UK), lead vocalist and drummer Stephen Duffy (1960, Birmingham, UK), and bassist John Taylor (1960, Solihull, UK).

The three boys from Birmingham were all in their teens when they founded their new band “Duran Duran”. They named it after a character from the 1968 science fiction movie “Barbarella”, Dr. Durand Durand. The very first live Duran Duran concert was played in April 1979 at the Birmingham Polytechnic college. Soon thereafter, they got to open for the established new wave band “Fashion”. Andy Wickett joined as the new lead vocalist, taking over for Duffy; as well as drummer Roger Taylor, and lead guitarist Alan Curtis. The same year, they produced their first demo tape (after which Wickett left the band). Also, they became regular performers at the Birmingham nightclub called “Rum Runner”, while also working in the bar.

Their big break came in 1980, when they were discovered by the industry while going on a Duran Duran concert tour, opening for singer Hazal O’Connor. They ended up being signed by EMI Records, the same label that carried The Beatles. Their self-titled debut album, the new wave record “Duran Duran”, came out in June 1981. At this point, Simon Le Bon was the lead singer of the band already who has remained with them to this day. The album became a massive hit, peaking at the #3 spot on the OCC chart in the UK, while also reaching the #24 spot on the Top Rock Albums chart by Billboard over in the US. The standout track on the record was “Girls on Film”.

Duran Duran released 2 more studio albums in the next 2 years, both with great success. However, their next 3 LP’s from 1986, 1988, and 1990 failed to meet expectations in terms of sales, largely due to an embarrassingly bad performance at Live Aid 1985. Their second self-titled album, “Duran Duran” from February 1993, also known as “The Wedding Album”, was what propelled the band back to standout mainstream success. They have released 8 more studio albums since, thus they have 15 in total. The best selling one among them is “Seven and the Ragged Tiger” from November 1983, which sold 2.950 million copies worldwide. Meanwhile, the latest new Duran Duran album came out in October 2021, with the title “Future Past”.

The biggest hits in the Duran Duran setlist to date are “Save a Prayer” (1982), “The Wild Boys” (1984), “Come Undone” (1993), and “Ordinary World” (also 1993). After many changes, the band’s current line-up is made up of lead vocalist Simon Le Bon, keyboardist and backing vocalist Nick Rhodes, bassist John Taylor, and drummer Roger Taylor (no relation). With over 100 million records sold, Duran Duran is one of the best selling musical artists in the world.

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