Live Earth Concert, Hamburg - Running Order

Running Order

In order of appearance:

  • Shakira - "Don't Bother", "Inevitable", "Dia Especial" with Gustavo Cerati, "Hips Don't Lie" (HSH 13:05)
  • Snoop Dogg- "The Next Episode", "Ups & Downs", "Snoop's Upside Ya Head" "I Wanna Love You" (solo), "Drop It Like It's Hot", "Who Am I (What's My Name)?" (HSH 13:40)
  • Roger Cicero - "Kompromisse","Frauen regier'n die Welt", "Zieh die Schuh aus" (HSH 14:05)
  • MIA. - "Tanz der Moleküle", "Engel" (HSH 14:30)
  • Sasha - "Coming Home", "Chemical Reaction", "Lucky Day" (HSH 14:55)
  • Stefan Gwildis - "Tanzen Übern Kiez", "Wie ein richtiger Mensch" (HSH 15:20)
  • Marquess - "El Temperamento", "Vayamos Companeros" (HSH 15:45)
  • Maria Mena - "Sorry", "Just Hold Me", "What a Wonderful World" (HSH 16:10)
  • Silbermond - "Lebenszeichen", "Zeit für Optimisten" (HSH 16:35)
  • Michael Mittermeier - "Stand Up Comedy" (HSH 16:55)
  • Reamonn with Ritmo Del Mundo - "Serpentine", "Tonight (with Buena Vista Social Club)" (HSH 17:20)
  • Samy Deluxe - "Let's Go", "Weck Mick Auf" (HSH 17:42)
  • Enrique Iglesias - "Be With You", "Bailamos", "Don't You (Forget About Me)", "Escape" (HSH 18:10)
  • Katie Melua - "Nine Million Bicycles", "On the Road Again", "Spider's Web" and "Thankyou, Stars" (HSH 18:45)
  • Jan Delay - "Klar", "Türlich" with Das Bo, "Feuer" (HSH 19:20)
  • Lotto King Karl - "Glaube Liebe Hoffnung", "Hamburg meine Perle" (HSH 19:50)
  • Revolverheld - "Ich werd die Welt verändern", "Freunde bleiben" (HSH 20:15)
  • Mando Diao - "Ode To Ochrasy", "Long Before Rock 'n' Roll" (HSH 20:40)
  • Juli - "Zerrissen", "Wir beide", "Perfekte Welle" (HSH 21:05)
  • Chris Cornell - "You Know My Name", "Arms Around Your Love", "Wide Awake", "Black Hole Sun" (HSH 21:30)
  • Cat Stevens/Yusuf Islam - "Where Do the Children Play?", "Midday", "Ruins", "Wild World", "Saturn", "Peace Train" (HSH 21:45)

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