2001/2002 World Tour

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2001/2002 World Tour
LauraPausiniWorldTour2001.jpg
Official promotional poster for the tour.
Tour by Laura Pausini
Associated album The Best of: E Ritorno da te
Start date 19 October 2001
End date 8 June 2002
Legs 4
Shows 6 in North America
5 in South America
39 in Europe
50 in Total
Laura Pausini concert chronology
La Mia Risposta World Tour '99
(1999)
2001/2002 World Tour
(2001/2002)
World Tour '05
(2005)

The 2001/2002 World Tour is the third world tour by Italian singer-songwriter Laura Pausini which started on 19 October 2001 and ended on 8 June 2002. The tour visited the Americas and Europe in support of her latest album at the time The Best of Laura Pausini: E ritorno da te.

For the first time an English song is present on a Pausini tour. "One More Time" was sung throughout the tour.

The tour marked the last time many songs were sung, like Angeli nel Blu, Viaggio con te and others.

Broadcasts and recordings[edit]

The 2 December 2001 show in Milan was professionally recorded and made its way into Pausini's first live DVD, Live 2001-2002 World Tour. The DVD contains the complete show with a special performance in "Tra te e il mare" having Biaggio Antonacci singing the lyrics as a surprise guest. Also, it contains the promotional videos "E Ritorno Da te", "Una Storia Che Vale" and some tracks in Spanish like "Entre Tú Y Mil Mares". For unknown reasons, the medley that is present on the setlist is not present on the DVD.

Additionally, it comes with backstage for video recordings on the set and some extra features.

Setlist[edit]

  1. E ritorno da te
  2. La Mia Risposta
  3. Gente
  4. Il Mondo Che Vorrei
  5. Ascolta Il Tuo Cuore
  6. Un'emergenza d'amore
  7. Medley:
    1. Lui Non Sta Con Te
    2. Lettera
    3. Il Coraggio Che Non c'è
    4. Lettera
  8. Seamisai
  9. Fidati Di Me
  10. La solitudine
  11. Le cose che vivi
  12. Tra te e il mare
  13. Una storia che vale
  14. One more time
  15. Incancellabile
  16. Angeli Nel Blu
  17. Mi Rubi l'Anima
  18. Strani amori
  19. Non c'è
  20. In assenza di te
  21. Il mio sbaglio più grande
  22. Medley:
    1. Volevo Dirti Che Ti Amo
    2. Viaggio Con Te
  23. E Ritorno Da Te

Notes[edit]

  • On 2 December 2001, Pausini also sang in Spanish the songs "Inolvidable", "Volveré Junto a Tí", "Amores Extraños" and "Entre Tú y Mil Mares" as bonus songs. On the same day, Biaggio Antonacci joined Pausini in "Tra te e il mare". All these versions are present on the DVD of the tour.
  • On the 26 October 2001 show in São Paulo, the Brazilian band Sandy e Junior joined Laura and the three of them sang the song "Incancellabile" in its Portuguese version, "Inesquecível".

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
19 October 2001 Miami United States Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
21 October 2001 San Juan Puerto Rico Roberto Clemente Coliseum
South America
25 October 2001 São Paulo Brazil Credicard Hall
26 October 2001
27 October 2001
31 October 2001 Buenos Aires Argentina Teatro Gran Rex
3 November 2001 Lima Peru Jockey Club
North America
6 November 2001 San Salvador El Salvador CIFCO amphitheater

(Anfiteatro del Centro Internacional de Ferias)

9 November 2001 Mexico City Mexico Teatro Metropólitan
10 November 2001
13 November 2001 Panama City Panama Convention Center at Atlapa

(Anayansi Theatre)

Europe
2 December 2001 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
15 January 2002 Zurich Switzerland Kongresshaus
16 January 2002 Lausanne Palais de Beaulieu
18 January 2002 The Hague Netherlands Congress Center
19 January 2002 Brussels Belgium Cirque Royal
22 January 2002 Stockholm Sweden Philadelphia Church / Concerthall
24 January 2002 Turku Finland HK Arena
25 January 2002 Espoo Barona Areena
26 January 2002 Tampere Tampere Hall
30 January 2002 Madrid Spain Palacio de Congresos
31 January 2002 Salamanca
5 February 2002 Treviso Italy Palaverde
6 February 2002 Bolzano Palaonda
8 February 2002 Verona PalaSport Verona
9 February 2002 Turin PalaStampa
11 February 2002 Modena PalaPanini
12 February 2002 Perugia PalaEvangelisti
14 February 2002 Bari Palaflorio
16 February 2002 Acireale PalaTupparello
17 February 2002 Palermo PalaUditore
18 February 2002 Reggio Calabria PalaCalafiore
20 February 2002 Naples Palapartenope
22 February 2002 Rome Palaghiaccio Marino
23 February 2002 Ancona PalaRossini
25 February 2002 Florence Nelson Mandela Forum
26 February 2002 Milan Mediolanum Forum
28 February 2002 Montichiari PalaGeorge
2 March 2002 Pesaro Adriatic Arena
4 March 2002 Treviso Palaverde
7 March 2002 Luxembourg City Luxembourg D'Coque
9 March 2002 Paris France Olympia
10 March 2002 Basel Switzerland Grosser Festsaal
30 May 2002 Munich Germany Georg-Elser Halle
31 May 2002 Stuttgart (Beethovensaal) Liederhalle
2 June 2002 Hamburg CCH-2
3 June 2002 Cologne Theater am Tanzbrunnen
5 June 2002 Paris France Zenith de Paris
6 June 2002 Metz Galaxie Amnéville
8 June 2002 Nice Palais Nikaia

Band[edit]

  • Luca Jurman – Piano/Keyboards
  • Gabriele Fersini – Guitar
  • Carlo Palmas – Keyboards
  • Gabriele Cicognani – Bass Guitar
  • Maxx Furian – Drums
  • Monica Magnani – Backing vocals
  • Julia Saint Louis – Backing vocals
  • Stefano De Maco – Backing vocals

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