Fan-filmed video footage of WHITESNAKE's entire June 18 concert at 013 in Tilburg, The Netherlands can be seen below.
The band's setlist was as follows:
01. Give Me All Your Love 2:12
02. Ready An' Willing 7:17
03. Can You Hear The Wind Blow 11:52
04. Don't Break My Heart Again 15:10
05. Is This Love 18:45
06. Gambler 23:45
07. Love Will Set You Free 28:36
08. Pistols At Dawn (guitar duel by Doug Aldrich & Reb Beach) 33:07
09. Steal Your Heart Away (incl. drum solo by Tommy Aldridge) 39:54
10. Band Introduction 50:05
11. Forevermore 52:58
12. Best Years / Bad Boys 01:00:22
13. Fool For Your Loving (with Adrian Vandenberg) 01:07:09
14. Here I Go Again (with Adrian Vandenberg) 01:12:05
15. Soldier Of Fortune 01:17:44
16. Still Of The Night (with Adrian Vandenberg) 01:19:33
17. We Wish You Well 01:28:29
Regarding WHITESNAKE's upcoming touring plans, the band's mainman and lead singer David Coverdale recently told the Coventry Telegraph, "I absolutely love being at home with my family, so it has to be something exciting to get me out of my house. I enjoy performing, but the travelling sucks on ice. I am treated very nicely when I'm on the road these days, but if you could beam me to Birmingham or wherever, I would love it."
On the topic of WHITESNAKE's recent European co-headlining tour with JOURNEY, whose hits include "Don't Stop Believin'", "Any Way You Want It" and "Faithfully", with the added attraction of English hard rockers THUNDER, Coverdale said: "JOURNEY I have known for decades. The difficulty of having a co-headliner is to find someone with an equal number of familiar songs, so that you give audiences more bang for their buck. In these difficult times, the more you can offer for the price of a ticket the better, I feel. And JOURNEY have a lot of great songs. As for my dear friends THUNDER, (guitarist and songwriter) Luke Morley has put the band back together specially for this tour."
Frontiers Records released WHITESNAKE's "Made In Britain/The World Record" in Europe on July 5 and in North America on July 9. The album was released in Japan on June 19 via Ward Records.