Rhythm of Love World Tour

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Rhythm of Love World Tour
Anita Baker 1994 tour poster.jpg
Tour by Anita Baker
Associated album Rhythm of Love
Start date December 14, 1994 (1994-12-14)
End date December 31, 1995 (1995-12-31)
Legs 3
Shows 65 in North America
6 in Europe
71 in total
Box office $12 million
Anita Baker concert chronology
Compositions World Tour
(1990-91)
Rhythm of Love World Tour
(1994-95)
Anita Live!
(2002-04)

The Rhythm of Love Tour was a music concert tour by American recording artist Anita Baker in 1994-1995. The tour supports her multi-platinum selling album, Rhythm of Love. The trek started on December 14, in New Orleans, visiting several throughout North America and Europe to late-March of 1995.[1]

Opening act[edit]

Set list[edit]

  1. "Sweet Love"
  2. "Been So Long"
  3. "Mystery"
  4. "No One in the World"
  5. "Same Ole Love (365 Days of Year)"
  6. "Watch Your Step"
  7. "Caught Up in the Rapture"
  8. "Rhythm of Love" 1
  9. "My Funny Valentine"
  10. Diana Ross & Tina Turner Medley:
  11. "Giving You the Best That I Got"
  12. "Talk to Me"
  13. "Rules" 1
  14. "Fairy Tales"
  15. "Body and Soul"
  16. "You Belong to me"
Encore
  1. "I Apologize"
  2. "You Bring Me Joy"

1performed at select dates in North America and Europe.

The Band[edit]

  • Drums: Ricky Lawson
  • Guitar: John McCurry
  • Bass: Nathan East
  • Percussion: Joe Mardin
  • Synth Bass: Luis Resto
  • Background Vocalists: Perri Sisters

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[2][3][4][5][6]
December 14, 1994 New Orleans United States Saenger Theatre
December 16, 1994
December 17, 1994
December 27, 1994 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre
December 28, 1994
December 30, 1994
December 31, 1994
February 1, 1995 Chicago Arie Crown Theater
February 2, 1995
February 4, 1995
February 5, 1995
February 8, 1995 Minneapolis Northrop Auditorium
February 10, 1995 St. Louis Fox Theatre
February 12, 1995 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
March 3, 1995 Atlantic City Etess Arena
March 4, 1995
March 7, 1995 Atlanta Fox Theatre
March 8, 1995
March 10, 1995 Miami James L. Knight Center
March 11, 1995
March 31, 1995 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
April 2, 1995 Oakland Paramount Theatre
April 3, 1995
April 5, 1995
April 6, 1995
April 10, 1995 Cleveland State Theatre
April 11, 1995
April 13, 1995 Boston Wang Theatre
April 14, 1995
April 29, 1995 New York City Radio City Music Hall
April 30, 1995
May 3, 1995
May 4, 1995
May 7, 1995
May 11, 1995 Ledyard Fox Theater
June 22, 1995 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
June 25, 1995 Raleigh Hardee's Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
June 30, 1995 Houston The Summit
July 1, 1995 Dallas Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre
July 3, 1995 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome
July 4, 1995 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum
July 12, 1995 Holmdel Township Garden State Arts Center
July 13, 1995 Darien Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
July 15, 1995 Fairfax Patriot Center
July 21, 1995 Detroit Fox Theatre
July 25, 1995 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
July 27, 1995 Pittsburgh Civic Arena
July 29, 1995 Cincinnati Riverfront Stadium
July 30, 1995 Tinley Park New World Music Theatre
August 17, 1995 Charlotte Carowinds Palladium
August 18, 1995 Philadelphia CoreStates Spectrum
August 20, 1995 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheater
August 24, 1995 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheater
August 26, 1995 Baltimore Baltimore Arena
September 1, 1995 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
September 2, 1995
September 4, 1995 Phoenix Desert Sky Pavilion
Europe
November 4, 1995 Ramstein-Miesenbach Germany Ramstein Air Base
November 6, 1995 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
November 8, 1995 Birmingham England National Exhibition Centre
November 10, 1995 London Wembley Arena
November 11, 1995 Manchester Manchester Apollo
November 14, 1995 Milan Italy Teatro Smeraldo
North America
December 12, 1995 North Charleston United States North Charleston Coliseum
December 13, 1995 Nashville Grand Ole Opry House
December 15, 1995 Merrillville Star Plaza Theatre
December 16, 1995
December 27, 1995 Tampa Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center
December 28, 1995 Orlando Bob Carr Auditorium
December 30, 1995 Fort Myers Harborside Event Center
December 31, 1995 Miami James L. Knight Center

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