Concert Details

9 Jun 10 - Eric Clapton


Venue: Belgrade Arena

City: Belgrade

Country: Serbia

Band Lineup:

Eric Clapton – guitar, vocals
Steve Winwood – hammond organ, piano, guitar, vocals
Chris Stainton – keyboards
Willie Weeks – bass
Steve Gadd – drums
Michelle John – backing vocals
Sharon White – backing vocals




Set List:

01. Had To Cry Today
02. Low Down
03. After Midnight
04. Presence Of The Lord
05. Glad
06. Well Alright
07. Tuff Luck
08. While You See A Chance
09. Key To The Highway
10. Midland Maniac
11. Crossroads
12. Georgia
13. Driftin’
14. How Long
15. Layla
16. Can’t Find My Way Home
17. Gimme Some Lovin’
18. Voodoo Chile
19. Cocaine
20. Dear Mr. Fantasy (encore)

Set list is confirmed – Driftin’ was not dropped as indicated in some early reports following the concert.

Fan Reviews:

Review by Petar Urdesic / Podgorica, Montenegro
What to say that wasn’t already said of the other shows? Half of concert, chills run through my body and the other half, I had tears of joy. Really strong emotions whole night! My lifetime dream has come true, I have seen "God" live, now I can die although I’m only 24 🙂 The concert was amazing, so much energy in the Arena from the public, but also from Eric, Steve and the band. Like the other tour dates, the top of the night was Voodoo Chile but also the whole set list was amazing! Eric’s playing was even more than I expected, every tone from his Stratocaster was perfect. Steve was also brilliant! Chris’ keyboard solos on Cocaine and Well Alright were stunning. Willie and Steve Gadd were perfect rhythm section!

Review by John / Seattle WA
From the Fan Pit in Belgrade, the show was fantsatic. Great energy from the audience and the band seemed to be having a good time. It was terrific to hear Gimme Some Lovin’. Steve had a nice guitar solo in Layla. Eric’s guitar plying was strong throughout the show. Eric commented on spending the day in Belgrade and what a nice city it was. A bow from the whole band ended the show on a high note. In contrast, the Bucharest show the following evening, was in an open stadium. Lack of crowd energy, the coming end of the tour, whatever, this show, while the same set list as Belgrade, was a lackluster affair. Not many "Thank You’s" to the audience. Eric nearly ran off the stage after Cocaine and Dear Mr Fantasy. I can’t pickout many highlights, sorry.

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