Flashback Friday: Live in Champaign 1996

For this week’s edition of Flashback Friday, we’re looking back at No Doubt’s opening set on Bush’s Sixteen Stone tour live in Champaign, Illinois back on April 21, 1996.

The band put on a killer show and wowed the audience with a 40 minute set opening with their famous intro-cover from Star Wars. No Doubt was full of energy and performed many of their staples from Tragic Kingdom as well as rad renditions of “Move On” and “Total Hate”. Enjoy!

04/21/1996 — Champaign, Illinois — Assembly Hall
Intro (Star Wars) / Spiderwebs / Move On / Sunday Morning / Total Hate / Don’t Speak / Just A Girl / Excuse Me Mr.

Have any requests? Over the next month, we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of Tragic Kingdom‘s release and will sharing all-things TK. To see what we’ve shared so far, check out our new TK20 section.

9 Replies to “Flashback Friday: Live in Champaign 1996”

  1. Some of the 90’s style is so outdated now, but for some reason Gwen’s look during that time is so iconic that it will never get old to me. She really stood out in a good way!

  2. ”Please stay in your seats”. It looks like there was some kind of rumble going on. Also that guy in the audience cursing right in the climax of the song 😐

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