Body Heart & Spirit Tour

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Body Heart & Spirit Tour
BH&STour.jpg
The tour's official poster
Tour by Olivia Newton-John
Associated album Grace and Gratitude
Start date 15 April 2007
End date 29 April 2007
Legs 1
Shows 5 in Asia
Olivia Newton-John tour chronology
Grace and Gratitude Tour
(2006)
Body Heart & Spirit Tour
(2007)
An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
(2007-09)

The Body Heart & Spirit Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian singer Olivia Newton-John. The tour, which went through four Asian countries, is a continuation of North American tour Grace and Gratitude Tour, also giving support to her twenty-second album, Grace and Gratitude. It's the first time that Newton-John visits this countries for a tour.

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Shekhinah" (Instrumental Introduction)
  2. "I Honestly Love You" (Instrumental Introduction)
  3. "Have You Never Been Mellow"
  4. "A Little More Love"
  5. "Stronger Than Before"
  6. "Xanadu"
  7. "Magic"
  8. "Suddenly"
  9. Country Medley:
    1. "Let Me Be There"
    2. "Please Mr. Please"
    3. "Jolene"
    4. "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)"
  10. "Physical" (Acoustic Version)
  11. "Don't Stop Believin'" (Acoustic Version)
  12. "Love Is Letting Go of Fear"
  13. "Not Gonna Give Into It"
  14. "Sam"
  15. "Cry Me a River"
  16. Pop Medley:
    1. "The Rumour"
    2. "Make a Move on Me"
    3. "Totally Hot"
    4. "Deeper Than The Night"
    5. "Twist of Fate"
  17. "Grace and Gratitude"
  18. "You're The One That I Want"
  19. "Hopelessly Devoted To You"
  20. "Summer Nights"
  21. "We Go Together"
  22. "I Honestly Love You"
  23. "Instrument of Peace"
Changes
  • In Hong Kong concert, the instrumental introduction of "I Honestly Love You" was replaced by "Pearls on a Chain"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Asia
15 April 2007 Hung Hom Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
21 April 2007 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena
22 April 2007
27 April 2007 Singapore Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
29 April 2007 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Arena of Stars

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