Twenty_Four_Seven_Tour

Twenty Four Seven Tour

The Twenty Four Seven Tour was a concert tour that Tina Turner did in the year 2000 for her 1999 Twenty Four Seven album. This was Turner's last major world tour, and saw arenas in North America but stadiums in Europe. It made the most money out of all the touring artists in the year 2000.

According to Pollstar, rock icon Tina Turner takes the title for highest grossing tour in the year 2000. Tina, who proclaimed this tour to be her last headlining and stadium "wrecking" tour, beat out fellow legend Barbra Streisand, rock mainstays Phish and teen pop's reigning boy band, 'N Sync, for the number one spot with a series of high-energy showsthat crisscrossed the globe. While more elitist performers perform fewer shows with higher ticket prices, Tina grabbed the brass ring with a whopping ninety-five North American shows. Tina's earning topped $80.2 million on this North American tour. (23 international shows were not taken into consideration—with mid-range ticket prices). Over three million people came to see her over the course of nine months.

The DVD/VHS One Last Time Live! documents a Wembley Stadium concert on this tour, her last UK concert. Performing in front of about 80,000 people on July 15 and 16 2000, Tina Turner put on a very good show. Between pyrotechnics going off, the stage splitting and moving, and a 60 feet moving stage arm, that goes over the audience, the show was a great show.

Set list

  1. "I Want To Take You Higher'
  2. "Absolutely Nothing's Changed"
  3. "A Fool In Love"
  4. "Acid Queen"
  5. "River Deep Mountain High"
  6. "We Don't Need Another Hero"
  7. "Get Back
  8. "Better Be Good To Me"1
  9. "Private Dancer"
  10. "Let's Stay Together"
  11. "What's Love Got To Do With It"
  12. "When the Heartache Is Over"
  13. "Hot Legs2
  14. "Baby I'm A Star"
  15. "Help!"
  16. "Whatever You Need"
  17. "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay"
  18. "Try A Little Tenderness"
  19. "Steamy Windows"3
  20. "I Heard It Through The Grapevine"
  21. "Hold On, I'm Coming"
  22. "Addicted To Love" 4
  23. "The Best"
  24. "Proud Mary"

Encore

  1. "Nutbush City Limits"
  2. "Twenty Four Seven" 5

1replaced Get Back during European and 2nd N.A. leg
2replaced Baby I'm A Star during 2nd N.A. leg and selected dates during European leg
3replaced I Heard It Through The Grapevine during 2nd N.A. leg and selected dates during European leg
4replaced Hold On, I'm Coming during 2nd N.A. leg and selected dates during European leg
5performed at select dates

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America
March 23, 2000 Minneapolis United States Target Center
March 24, 2000 Madison United States Kohl Center
March 25, 2000 Rosemont United States Allstate Arena
March 26, 2000 Auburn Hills United States Palace of Auburn Hills
March 30, 2000 Cleveland United States Quicken Loans Arena
March 31, 2000 Louisville United States Freedom Hall
April 1, 2000 Greensboro United States Greensboro Coliseum
April 3, 2000 Philadelphia United States Wachovia Center
April 7, 2000 New York City United States Madison Square Garden
April 8, 2000 New York City United States Madison Square Garden
April 9, 2000 Buffalo United States Marine Midland
April 12, 2000 Atlanta United States Phillips Arena
April 14, 2000 Tampa United States St. Pete Times Forum
April 15, 2000 Sunrise United States BankAtlantic Center
April 16, 2000 Sunrise United States BankAtlantic Center
April 19, 2000 New Orleans United States New Orleans Arena
April 20, 2000 Dallas United States Reunion Arena
April 21, 2000 San Antonio United States Alamo Dome
April 23, 2000 Houston United States Compaq Center
April 27, 2000 Phoenix United States America West Arena
April 28, 2000 San Diego United States San Diego Sports Arena
April 29, 2000 Las Vegas United States MGM Grand Garden Arena
May 3, 2000 Sacramento United States ARCO Arena
May 4, 2000 Anaheim United States Arrowhead Pond
May 5, 2000 Anaheim United States Arrowhead Pond
May 6, 2000 San Jose United States HP Pavilion at San Jose
May 8, 2000 Oakland United States Oakland Arena
May 12, 2000 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome
May 13, 2000 Vancouver United States GM Place
May 15, 2000 Salt Lake City United States Delta Center
May 17, 2000 Denver United States Pepsi Center
May 19, 2000 Kansas City United States Kemper Arena
May 20, 2000 Moline United States Mark of the Quad Cities
May 21, 2000 St. Louis United States Savvis Center
May 24, 2000 Milwaukee United States Bradley Center
May 26, 2000 Indianapolis United States Conseco Fieldhouse
May 27, 2000 Rosemont United States Allstate Arena
May 28, 2000 Cincinnati United States US Bank Arena
June 1, 2000 Auburn Hills United States Palace of Auburn Hills
June 2, 2000 Grand Rapids United States Van Andel Arena
June 3, 2000 Columbus United States Nationwide Arena
June 4, 2000 Toronto Canada Air Canada Center
June 8, 2000 Boston United States Fleet Center
June 9, 2000 Boston United States Fleet Center
June 10, 2000 Montreal Canada Molson Centre
June 11, 2000 Ottawa Canada Corel Centre
June 14, 2000 Bristow United States Nissan Pavilion
June 15, 2000 Hartford United States Civic Center
June 16, 2000 East Rutherford United States Continental Arena
Europe
June 30, 2000 Zurich Switzerland Letzigrund Stadion
July 1, 2000 Zurich Switzerland Letzigrund Stadion
July 3, 2000 Hannover Germany AWD Arena
July 5, 2000 Paris France Stade de France
July 7, 2000 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park
July 9, 2000 Cardiff Wales Millennium Stadium
July 11, 2000 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena
July 13, 2000 Sheffield England Don Valley Stadium
July 15, 2000 London England Wembley Stadium
July 16, 2000 London England Wembley Stadium
July 18, 2000 Groningen Holland Drafbaan Stadspark
July 19, 2000 Hamburg Germany AOL Arena
July 21, 2000 Berlin Germany Olympic Stadion
July 23, 2000 Munich Germany Olympic Stadion
July 25, 2000 Werchter Belgium Werchter Festival
July 27, 2000 Frankfurt Germany Commerzbank Arena
July 28, 2000 Cologne Germany Rhein Energy Stadioin
July 30, 2000 Leipzig Germany Zentralstadion
August 1, 2000 Vienna Austria Ernst Happel Stadion
August 3, 2000 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadion
August 5, 2000 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi Stadium
August 6, 2000 Oslo Norway Valle Hovin
August 9, 2000 Helsinki Finland Finnair Stadium
August 10, 2000 Helsinki Finland Finnair Stadium
August 12, 2000 Sopot Poland Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
North America
September 20, 2000 Boston United States Fleet Center
September 22, 2000 Philadelphia United States Wachovia Center
September 23, 2000 Albany United States Pepsi Arena
September 24, 2000 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
September 26, 2000 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
September 28, 2000 Montreal Canada Molson Centre
September 30, 2000 Pittsburgh United States Mellon Arena
October 1, 2000 Uniondale United States Nassau Coliseum
October 4, 2000 Chicago United States United Center
October 6, 2000 Cleveland United States Quicken Loans Arena
October 7, 2000 Washington, DC United States MCI Center
October 8, 2000 Raleigh United States RBC Center
October 11, 2000 Greenville United States Bi-Lo Center
October 13, 2000 Charlotte United States Charlotte Coliseum
October 14, 2000 Atlanta United States Phillips Arena
October 15, 2000 Orlando United States TD Waterhouse Centre
October 18, 2000 Sunrise United States Office Depot Center
October 20, 2000 Nashville United States Gaylord Entertainment Center
October 21, 2000 Birmingham United States BJCC Arena
October 22, 2000 Knoxville United States Thompson-Boling Arena
October 25, 2000 New Orleans United States New Orleans Arena
October 27, 2000 Austin United States Frank Erwin Center
October 28, 2000 Dallas United States Reunion Arena
October 29, 2000 Houston United States Compaq Center
November 1, 2000 Columbus United States Nationwide Arena
November 3, 2000 Lexington United States Rupp Arena
November 4, 2000 Dayton United States Ervin J. Nutter Center
November 5, 2000 East Lansing United States Breslin Events Center
November 9, 2000 Fargo United States Fargodome
November 10, 2000 Ames United States Hilton Coliseum
November 11, 2000 Minneapolis United States Target Center
November 14, 2000 Denver United States Pepsi Center
November 16, 2000 San Jose United States HP Pavilion at San Jose
November 17, 2000 Los Angeles United States Staples Center
November 18, 2000 Las Vegas United States MGM Grand Garden Arena
November 22, 2000 Portland United States Rose Garden Arena
November 24, 2000 Edmonton Canada Rexall Place
November 25, 2000 Calgary Canada Pengrowth Saddledome
November 27, 2000 Vancouver Canada GM Place
November 29, 2000 Seattle United States Key Arena
December 1, 2000 Oakland United States Oakland Arena
December 2, 2000 Reno United States Lawlor Events Center
December 3, 2000 Bakersfield United States Rabobank Arena
December 5, 2000 Phoenix United States America West Arena
December 6, 2000 Anaheim United States Arrowhead Pond

Band Personnel

JACK BRUNO - DRUMS
JOEL CAMPBELL - PIANO AND VOCALS
EUGE GROOVE - SAXOPHONE, KEYBOARDS AND PERCUSSION
OLLIE MARLAND - KEYBOARDS AND VOCALS
WARREN MCRAE - BASS GUITAR
JOHN MILES - GUITAR, VOCALS AND HARMONICA
JAMES RALSTON - GUITAR AND VOCALS
STACY CAMPBELL - VOCALS AND DANCER
GLORIA RUBEN - VOCALS AND DANCER (FIRST LEG OF US TOUR)
LISA FISCHER - VOCALS AND DANCER (REPLACING GLORIA)
SOLANGE GEUNIER - DANCER AND VOCALS
CLAIRE LOUISE TURTON - DANCER AND VOCALS
IVONA BRNELIC - DANCER AND VOCALS

Tina Turner: One Last Time - Live in Concert

The DVD/VHS One Last Time Live! documents a Wembley Stadium concert on this tour, her last UK concert. Performing in front of about 85,000 fans. The DVD went platinum in the U.S., UK, and other parts of the world. The show was very elaborate featuring pyrotechnics, a stage that split in half and a sixty foot stage arm that carried her over the audience.

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