Heartstrings World Tour

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Heartstrings World Tour
HeartstringsAUS.jpg
Poster for tour
Tour by Olivia Newton-John
Associated album (2)
Indigo: Women of Song
Stronger Than Before
Start date 5 September 2002 (2002-09-05)
End date 20 November 2005 (2005-11-20)
Legs 8
Shows 162 in North America
5 in Asia
12 in Australia
178 Total
Olivia Newton-John concert chronology
30 Musical Years Tour
(2001)
Heartstrings World Tour
(2002-05)
2006 World Tour
(2006)

The Heartstrings World Tour is the twelfth concert tour (and third world-tour) by English-born Australian pop singer Olivia Newton-John. It began in 2002 and went through until 2005, with shows in North America, Australia and Japan during that time, she supported the three Newton-John albums (2), Indigo: Women of Song, and Stronger Than Before.

Background[edit]

The tour began in September 2002 in Canada and had ten legs, eight North American, one Australian, and one Japanese. In November 2005, Newton-John had finished his tour in the United States, were a total of 178 shows, her largest tour to date. Her daughter Chloe Lattanzi has participated in various shows.

Setlist[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
5 September 2002 Rama Canada Casino Rama Entertainment Centre
6 September 2002 Atlantic City United States Atlantic City Hilton Theater
7 September 2002 Ledyard Fox Theatre
10 September 2002 Columbus Ohio Theatre
12 September 2002 Detroit Fox Theatre
13 September 2002[A] Pittsburgh Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts
14 September 2002 Merrillville Star Plaza Theatre
15 September 2002 Minneapolis Orpheum Theatre
17 September 2002[B] Youngstown Powers Auditorium
18 September 2002[C] Knoxville Tennessee Theatre
20 September 2002 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheater
21 September 2002 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
22 September 2002[D] Jacksonville Moran Theater
23 September 2002 Fort Lauderdale Broward Center for the Performing Arts
25 September 2002[E] Houston Jones Hall
27 September 2002[F] Austin Palmer Events Center
28 September 2002[G] Fort Worth Bass Performance Hall
29 September 2002[H] Little Rock Robinson Center
1 October 2002[I] Bernalillo Santa Ana Concert Arena
3 October 2002 Phoenix Celebrity Theatre
4 October 2002[J] Las Vegas Le Théâtre des Arts
5 October 2002[J]
6 October 2002 Indio Fantasy Springs Outdoor Amphitheater
9 January 2003 Wilkes-Barre F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
10 January 2003 Verona Turning Stone Event Center
12 January 2003 Englewood Bergen Performing Arts Center
20 February 2003 Las Vegas Le Théâtre des Arts
21 February 2003
22 February 2003
23 February 2003
28 March 2003 Stateline Circus Maximus Showroom
29 March 2003
Asia
2 April 2003 Nagoya Japan Aichi Arts Center
4 April 2003 Tokyo Tokyo International Forum
6 April 2003
7 April 2003 Osaka Festival Hall
8 April 2003 Fukuoka Fukuoka Civic Hall
Australia[1]
12 April 2003 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
13 April 2003 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
14 April 2003 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
17 April 2003 Wollongong Wollongong Entertainment Centre
19 April 2003 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
22 April 2003 Perth Burswood Theatre
23 April 2003
26 April 2003 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
28 April 2003 Canberra Royal Theatre
29 April 2003
2 May 2003 Sydney State Theatre
3 May 2003
North America[2][3][4][5][6][7]
15 May 2003 Las Vegas United States Le Théâtre des Arts
16 May 2003
17 May 2003
18 May 2003
6 June 2003 Biloxi Beau Rivage Theatre
7 June 2003 Robinsonville Bluesville Showcase Nightclub
13 June 2003 Fort Myers Mann Performing Arts Hall
14 June 2003 Sarasota Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
15 June 2003 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheater
18 June 2003 Milwaukee Northern Lights Theater
19 June 2003 Prior Lake Mystic Celebrity Palace
20 June 2003 Wisconsin Dells Crystal Grand Music Theatre
21 June 2003 Merrillville Star Plaza Theatre
22 June 2003 St. Louis Fox Theatre
8 August 2003 Reno Grand Exposition Hall
9 August 2003
11 August 2003 San Diego Humphreys Concerts by the Bay
12 August 2003 Phoenix Dodge Theatre
14 August 2003 Las Vegas Le Théâtre des Arts
15 August 2003
16 August 2003
17 August 2003
29 September 2003 Seattle McCaw Hall
2 October 2003 Portland Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
4 October 2003 Santa Rosa Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
5 October 2003 San Francisco Davies Symphony Hall
7 October 2003 Sacramento Crest Theatre
10 October 2003 Costa Mesa Orange County Performing Arts Center
11 October 2003
16 October 2003 Las Vegas Le Théâtre des Arts
17 October 2003
18 October 2003
19 October 2003
24 October 2003[K] Omaha Orpheum Theater
26 October 2003 Indiana Fisher Auditorium
28 October 2003[L] Columbia Carolina Center
30 October 2003[M] Augusta Bell Auditorium
31 October 2003[N] Charlotte Belk Theater
1 November 2003[N]
3 November 2003[O] Jackson Carl Perkins Civic Center
5 November 2003 New Brunswick State Theatre
6 November 2003[P] Westbury Westbury Music Fair
8 November 2003 Easton State Theatre
9 November 2003 Toledo Stranahan Theater
11 November 2003 Youngstown Stambaugh Auditorium
13 November 2003 Fayetteville Crown Center Theatre
14 November 2003[Q] Nashville Tennessee Performing Arts Center
15 November 2003[R] Birmingham BJCC Concert Hall
18 November 2003 Avon Park SFCC Auditorium
19 November 2003 Tampa Morsani Hall
20 November 2003[S] West Palm Beach Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. Concert Hall
21 November 2003 Macon Grand Opera House
6 February 2004 Reno Hlton Theater
7 February 2004
8 February 2004 Temecula Pechanga Showroom Theater
12 February 2004 Las Vegas Le Théâtre des Arts
13 February 2004
14 February 2004
16 February 2004 El Cajon East County Performing Arts
17 February 2004 Palm Desert McCallum Theatre
19 February 2004 Albuquerque Isleta Showroom
20 February 2004[T] Salt Lake City Salt Place Ballroom
26 August 2004 Abravanel Hall
27 August 2004 Las Vegas Hilton Theater
28 August 2004
1 September 2004[U] Pueblo Colorado State Fair Events Center
2 September 2004 Denver Universal Lending Pavilion
4 September 2004 Stateline Circus Maximus Showroom
7 September 2004 Tucson Diamond Center
8 September 2004 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
10 September 2004 Pala Palomar Starlight Theater
11 September 2004 Saratoga Mountain Winery Amphitheater
12 September 2004 Jacksonville Britt Pavilion
13 September 2004 Turlock Turlock Community Auditorium
17 September 2004 Tunica Resorts Bluesville Showcase Nightclub
19 September 2004 McAllen McAllen Civic Auditorium
20 September 2004 Fort Worth Bass Performance Hall
21 September 2004 Tulsa Mabee Center
22 September 2004 Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall
24 September 2004 Biloxi Beau Rivage Theatre
25 September 2004
26 September 2004[V] Huntsville Big Spring International Park
27 September 2004 Lafayette Heymann Performing Arts Center
29 October 2004 Atlantic City Atlantic City Hilton Theater
30 October 2004
31 October 2004 Westbury Westbury Music Fair
3 November 2004 Verona Turning Stone Event Center
5 November 2005 Rama Canada Casino Rama Entertainment Centre
6 November 2005
8 November 2004 Williamsport United States Community Arts Center
9 November 2004 Easton State Theatre
10 November 2004 New Brunswick State Theatre
12 November 2004[W] Albany Palace Theatre
13 November 2004[X] Buffalo Kleinhans Music Hall
14 November 2004[Y] Springfield Symphony Hall
16 November 2004[Z] Grand Rapids DeVos Performance Hall
17 November 2004[AA] Dayton Schuster Performing Arts Center
19 November 2004[AB] Baltimore Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
20 November 2004[AB]
21 November 2004[AB]
21 April 2005 Corona Stage 1 at Candlewalk
22 April 2005 Pala Pala Events Center
23 April 2005 Primm Star of the Desert Arena
24 April 2005 Coarsegold Half Dome Theater
28 April 2005 Oroville Cascade Showroom
29 April 2005 Brooks Cache Creek Casino Resort Event Center
30 April 2005 Reno Grand Exposition Hall
1 May 2005 Laughlin Flamingo Outdoor Amphitheater
6 October 2005 Roanoke Roanoke Performing Arts Theatre
7 October 2005 Lancaster American Music Theatre
8 October 2005
9 October 2005 Red Bank Count Basie Theatre
11 October 2005 New York City Nokia Theatre Times Square
13 October 2005 Albany Palace Theatre
14 October 2005 Verona Turning Stone Event Center
15 October 2005 Ledyard Fox Theatre
16 October 2005 Englewood Bergen Performing Arts Center
20 October 2005 Lowell Lowell Memorial Auditorium
21 October 2005 Atlantic City Atlantic City Hilton Theater
22 October 2005
3 November 2005 Joliet Rialto Square Theatre
4 November 2005 Waukegan Genesee Theatre
5 November 2005 Cedar Rapids Paramount Theatre
6 November 2005 Omaha Civic Auditorium Music Hall
10 November 2005 Hinckley Hinckley Events & Convention Center
11 November 2005
12 November 2005 Wisconsin Dells Crystal Grand Music Theatre
17 November 2005 Tucson Diamond Center
18 November 2005[AC] Mesa Ikeda Theater
19 November 2005 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
20 November 2005 Palm Desert McCallum Theatre
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
19 August 2003 Albuquerque, New Mexico Sandia Casino Amphitheater Cancelled[10]
21 August 2003 Los Angeles, California Greek Theatre Rescheduled to 9 October 2003[10]
23 August 2003 Santa Rosa, California Luther Burbank Center for the Arts Rescheduled to 4 October 2003[10]
24 August 2003 San Francisco, California Davies Symphony Hall Rescheduled to 5 October 2003[10]
27 August 2003 Seattle, Washington McCaw Hall Rescheduled to 29 September 2003[11]
29 August 2003 Jacksonville, Oregon Britt Pavilion Cancelled[10]
9 October 2003 Los Angeles, California Greek Theatre Cancelled[12]

Personnel[edit]

Andy Timmons - Guitar & Vocals
Dan Wojciechowski - Drums
Lee Hendricks - Bass
Catherine Marx - Keyboards
Warren Ham - Horns & Vocals
Steve Real - Vocals
Marlén Landin - Vocals
Carmella Ramsey - Vocals

References[edit]

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