Mi Delirio World Tour

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Mi Delirio World Tour
Mi Delirio World Tour Poster.jpg
Tour by Anahí
Associated album Mi Delirio
Start date November 3, 2009
End date July 23, 2011
Legs 2
Shows 22 in North America
1 in Central America
7 in Europe
20 in South America
50 Total
Anahí concert chronology
El Universo Conspira: Pocket Show
Mi Delirio World Tour

Mi Delirio World Tour (better known as "MDWT") is the first worldwide concert tour by Mexican artist, Anahí in support of her fifth studio album, Mi Delirio. The tour was officially announced in August 2009 during her promotional tour in Brazil.

This new project of Anahi is a challenge for her and her team. The show consists of many parts divided by interludes in which Anahi uses to change costumes. The accompanying band in the Anahi shows is Matute, headed by Jorge D'Alessio.

According to Billboard, MDWT is the 7th most profitable tour of 2010.[1] This shows that the beautiful singer has much to offer and has become the second Latin singer with more musical force, the public has it among his favorites and is acclaimed everywhere.

Mi Delirio World Tour[edit]

The tour had its debut on November 3, 2009 in São Paulo, Brazil, with more than 3,000 people and end on March 25, 2010 at the Teatro Metropolitan in Mexico.

Anahí performing in San Cristóbal, Venezuela.

In addition to São Paulo, the Brazilian cities the tour visited were Rio de Janeiro on November 5 and November 7 Fortaleza. Anahi had two concerts in two cities, Brasília and Porto Alegre, but due to poor sales performances were canceled. On December 5, the tour visited Argentina for the first time since the separation of RBD and on December 6 visited Chile.

In March 2010, Anahi gave three concerts in Europe, beginning in Serbia on March 10, Slovenia on March 12 and Romania on March 13. That same month, Anahi first sang in Mexico since the separation of RBD. There were three concerts, one in Monterrey on March 20, one in Guadalajara on March 21 and ending the tour in Mexico City on March 25 at the Metropolitan theater, the concerts counted with the presence of various guests, including Amanda Miguel, Mario Sandoval and his niece, Ana Paula. According to Billboard, the tour was the seventh most profitable in 2010 that only 10 concerts attended by over 35,000 people. Only at the concert on September 1, 2010 raised more than $ 851,000. The opening of the tour was in the hands of the Mexican group "Matute".

Mi Delirio World Tour Reloaded[edit]

Anahí performing in Serbia, 2010.

In June 2010, was officially announced by Guillermo Rosas, Anahí's manager, and RRPRO (Rafael Reisman Productions) that MDWT was planned to have a second stage called Mi Delirio World Tour Reloaded. It started on October 6, 2010 in Fortaleza, Brazil with an acoustic show. The entire show with its revamped setlist was performed for the first time on October 9, 2010 in Rio de Janeiro.

In December, the tour visited Europe with the first show was in Madrid on December 11, 2010, the writer Paulo Coelho was going to watch this show but for some inconvenience, not arrive in time, also had the participation of singer Jaime Terrón. Other European countries that were visited were Romania, Croatia and Serbia, which had the participation of Guatemalan singer Penya.

The official DVD of the tour was planned to be recorded in this phase. A big part of it was recorded on October 10, 2010 in São Paulo.[2] Anahí confirmed that the DVD will contain footage from the show in São Paulo, Brazil and her shows in various European countries such as Spain, Romania, Croatia and Serbia. Besides the footage from the concerts, the DVD will also include images from backstage and her visits in countries like Brazil, Spain and Romania. In the acoustic show on February 9, 2011, in Mexico, Anahi singing with Noel Schajris the song "Alérgico" and with Mario Sandoval Aleph, they composed the song together for the book "O Aleph" by Paulo Coelho.

Go Any Go[edit]

MDWT had a third phase called Go Any Go. This phase started with two special shows on March 26 and March 27, 2011 in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. This shows were made in collaboration with Christian Chávez, who presented his Libertad World Tour mixed with Go Any Go. The tour also occurs in Mexico, offering their last 4 concerts in Mexico city, Querétaro and Monterrey. In Mexico, Anahi with Christian Chavez sings the song "Libertad" As in previous phases, the opening was by "Matute"


Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
South America Leg I
November 3, 2009 São Paulo Brazil HSBC Brasil
November 4, 2009 Carioca Club
November 5, 2009 Rio de Janeiro Vivo Rio
November 6, 2009 Scala Rio
November 7, 2009 Fortaleza Siará Hall
December 5, 2009 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park
December 6, 2009 Santiago Chile Teatro Oriente
January 31, 2010 Caracas Venezuela Hipódromo La Rinconada
February 22, 2010[1] Viña del Mar Chile Anfiteatro Quinta Vergara
Central America Leg I
February 6, 2010[2] San Salvador El Salvador Gimnasio Nacional
Europe Leg I
March 10, 2010 Belgrade Serbia Dom Sindikata
March 12, 2010 Ljubljana Slovenia Hala Tivolli
March 13, 2010 Bucharest Romania Sala Palatului
North America Leg I
March 18, 2010[3] Toluca Mexico Zocalo de Toluca
March 20, 2010 Monterrey Auditório Luiz Elizondo
March 21, 2010 Guadalajara Teatro Galerías
March 25, 2010 [A] Mexico City Teatro Metropolitan
April 24, 2010 Tuxtla[disambiguation needed] El Escenario
May 27, 2010[4] Aguascalientes Plaza de Toros
July 6, 2010 Guadalajara La Marcha Discothèque
July 7, 2010[4] San Diego United States House Of Blues
September 9, 2010 Puebla México RK Puebla
September 15, 2010 Los Angeles United States Huntington Park
September 22, 2010[4] Puebla México Esplanada del Complejo Cultural Universitario
South America Leg II
October 6, 2010 Fortaleza Brazil Siará Hall
October 7, 2010 Brasília Hype Lounge
October 9, 2010 Rio de Janeiro Vivo Rio
October 10, 2010 São Paulo HSBC Brasil
October 11, 2010 Porto Alegre Opinião
North America Leg II
October 18, 2010 Mexico City Mexico Voila Antara
October 20, 2010[6] Tijuana Tiffany's
November 6, 2010 Tabasco La Condes
South America Leg III
December 1, 2010 Buenos Aires Argentina Luna Park
December 4, 2010[2] Guayaquil Ecuador Teatro Centro de Arte
Europe Leg II
December 11, 2010[B] Madrid Spain Palácio Municipal
December 17, 2010 Bucharest Romania Arenele Romane INDOOR
December 19, 2010 Zagreb Croatia Aquarius Club
December 20, 2010 Belgrade Serbia Belgrade Arena
South America Leg IV
January 22, 2011 San Cristóbal Venezuela Plaza de Toros
North America Leg III
January 29, 2011[5] Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes
February 9, 2011[C] Mexico City Amapola Cabaret
March 2, 2011 Veracruz Auditorio Benito Juárez
South America Leg V
March 7, 2011 Ambato Ecuador N-Vidia Club
March 26, 2011[D] São Paulo Brazil Via Funchal
March 27, 2011[D] Rio de Janeiro Vivo Rio
North America Leg IV
April 24, 2011 Querétaro Mexico Teatro del Pueblo
April 30, 2011[4] Monterrey Element Live Bar
May 12, 2011 Mexico City Centro Banamex
July 23, 2011 Monterrey Roomies Club
Additional Notes
  • A ^ During his presentation in Mexico City, Anahi was joined by Amanda Miguel during "Él Me Mintio" and Mario Sandoval during "Hasta Que Me Conociste".[3][4]
  • B ^ During his presentation in Madrid, Anahí was joined by Jaime Terrón during "No Te Quiero Olvidar".[5]
  • C ^ During his presentation at the acoustic show in Mexico City, Anahí was joined by Mario Sandoval during "Aleph" and Noel Schajris during "Alérgico".[6]
  • D ^ During his presentation in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Anahí was joined by Noel Schajris during "Alérgico", "Entra En Mi Vida" and "Te Vi Venir" and Christian Chávez during "Happy Birthday" and "Libertad".[7]
Music festivals and other miscellaneous performances
1 This concert is a part of Viña del Mar[8]
2 This concert is a part of Teletón[disambiguation needed] San Salvador and Ecuador[9]
3 This concert is a part of El Evento 40[10]
4 These concerts are a part of EXA Shows[11][12][13]
5 This concert is a part of Evento Oye 98.7[14]
6 This concert is a part of La Tocada Pulsar FM[15]
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
December 4, 2009 Asunción, Paraguay Club Sol de Aerica Cancelled[16]
June 18, 2010 Caracas, Venezuela Centro Sambil Cancelled[17]



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  9. ^ "Aleks Syntek, Anahí y Fanny Lu alegraron cierre del Teletón en El Salvador" (in Spanish). Terra. February 7, 2010. Retrieved 10 March 2013. 
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  15. ^ "ANAHI SORPRENDIDA POR UN FAN EN TIJUANA". Ventaneando program. Retrieved 10 March 2013. 
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