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Where the Action Is Tour

Where the Action Is
Location(s) Sweden touring
(2004 to 2006)
Stockholm, Sweden
(2008 to present)
Years active 2004 to 2006
2008 to present
Founded by Luger
Live Nation
Date(s) June - July
Genre Rock, pop, power pop, alternative rock, indie rock, stoner rock, blues rock, punk rock, garage punk, skate punk, progg
Website Official Website

Where the Action Is (WTAI) was a tour featuring Swedish rock bands that toured throughout Sweden between 2004 and 2006 with several high profiled Swedish bands and artists such as The Hellacopters, The Hives, The Ark, Moneybrother and many others. In 2007 the tour took a hiatus and then came back in 2008 as a one day festival in Stora Skuggan, Stockholm. The name is taken from a song from The Hellacopters second album Payin' the Dues.

Tour dates and lineups

2004 tour

Played in Gothenburg (8/21) and Stockholm (8/25).[1]

2005 tour

Played in Gothenburg (8/3), Malmö (8/5), Linköping (8/12), Karlskrona (8/13) and Stockholm (8/27).[2]

2006 tour

Played in Strömstad (7/27), Linköping (7/28), Örebro (7/30), Malmö (8/3), Gothenburg (8/5), Söderbärke(8/8) and Stockholm (8/9).[3]

Asta Kask only played in Stockholm, C.AARMÉ only played in Gothenburg, The Hives only played in Stockholm and Söderbärke and The Soundtrack of Our Lives played Strömstad, Huskvarna, Linköping and Örebro.

2008 festival

Returned as a one day festival in Stockholm (7/14) after a one year hiatus.[4]

2009 festival

Scheduled for 7/12 - 7/13, WTAI will again be at Stora Skuggan

External links

  • Where the Action Is Website
  • Official Luger Website
  • Official Live Nation Website

References

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