Never Say Never World Tour
|Never Say Never World Tour|
|Tour by Brandy|
|Associated album||Never Say Never|
|Start date||May 23, 1999|
|End date||August 2, 1999|
|Shows||8 in Europe
4 in Asia
32 in North America
|Brandy tour chronology|
Never Say Never World Tour is the second concert tour by American R&B singer Brandy to support her second studio album, Never Say Never. The tour became Brandy's first world tour, reaching North America, Asia, and Europe. The June 10th show at the Shibuya Public Hall in Tokyo, Japan; was filmed and aired exclusively on WOWOW. The special was titled, Brandy: Live in Japan 1999.
- Tyrese (North America, select dates)
- Steve "Silk" Hurley (North America, select dates)
- C-Note (North America, select dates)
- 702 (North America, select dates)
- "Overture" (contains elements of "Never Say Never")
- "I Wanna Be Down"
- "Sittin' Up In My Room"
- "Best Friend"
- "Angel in Disguise"
- "U Don't Know Me (Like U Used To)"
- "Have You Ever?"
- "Almost Doesn't Count"
- "Never Say Never"
- "Learn the Hard Way"
- "Top of The World"
- "The Boy Is Mine"
- "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You"
- Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
- A Summerfest
- B Budweiser Grandstand Concert Series
- Keyboard: Eric Daniels, Stan Jones
- Percussion: Ebenezer DaSilva
- Bass: Ethan Farmer
- Drums: Jaime Gamble
- Guitar: Glenn McKinney
- Backing Vocals: Gromyko Collins, Demetrice O’Neal
- Dancer: Denosh Bennett, Edwin Morales, Leticia Roman, Lamar Tribble, Robert Vinson, Lejon Walker, Earl Wright, Russel Wright
- Tour Manager: Fred Kharazi
- Production Manager: Mike Carter
- Lighting Director: John Labbriola
- Drum Tech: John Lopez
- Hair & Makeup: Kanika Morgan
- FOH Sound Engineer: Elliot Peters
- Programmer: Steve Lu
- Monitor Engineer: Mike Mule
- Wardrobe: Barbie Baptist
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