01.11.1984 London, Hammersmith Odeon. Four-concert, 20,000 people. On the second evening, BBC-Radio-FM "In Concert" recording-two-thirds of the concert will be broadcast. A total of 13 song will be broadcast.
30.11.1984 Basel, Switzerland, St. Jakobshalle. Swiss Radio DRS3 is broadcasting the entire concert. The recording will be sold to Westwood One.
09.12.1984 Hamburg, West Germany, Alsterdorfer Sporthalle. The first official concert video recording, which is practically complete except for two tracks. This concert was published in the spring of 1985, entitled "The WORLD WE LIVE in and LIVE in HAMBURG".
11.12.1984 Böblingen, West Germany, Böblingen Sporthalle. In the middle of the first encore, a tear gas grenade explodes in the crowd. A lot of people get hurt. The last two numbers are canceled. However, the tour continues, and the next day the band changes locations.
17.12.1984 Paris, France, Palais Omnisports Bercy. The band's first solo concert for 15,000 people in Europe.
30.03.1985 Los Angeles, Meadows Amphitheatre. The band will sell 5,000 tickets to the concert in less than an hour. The next day, the first solo concert is held in Laguna Hills (Meadows Amphitheatre) for 15,000 people in America.
12.04.1985 Tokyo, Nakano Sun Plaza. To this day, the only "It Doesn't Matter" presentation.
07.07.1985 Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter Festival. Depeche Mode plays for the first time in front of 70,000 people.
13.07.1985 Brest, Rockscene Festival. An abridged show, lots of TV recordings.
23.07.1985 Budapest, Driving Track. The first concert in eastern Europe. Martin Gore birthday. Four thousand Hungarian fans.
26.07.1985 Athens, Greece, Panathinaiko Stadium. It's a huge festival of alternative bands performing in front of 80,000 people. Including "Culture Club", "The Cure", "The Stranglers", "Talk Talk Talk" and "the Clash".
30.07.1985 Warsaw, Poland, Torwar Hall. The Polish government will not allow the concert fee to be taken out of the country in cash, so the fee was distributed among the crew members. Five thousand Polish fans.