The Cheetah Girls tours

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Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour[edit]

Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour
Tour by The Cheetah Girls
Associated album Cheetah-licious Christmas
Start date December 6, 2005 (2005-12-06)
End date December 28, 2005 (2005-12-28)
Legs 1
Shows 17 in North America
The Cheetah Girls concert chronology
Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour
(2005)
Party's Just Begun Tour
(2006-07)

In late 2005, The Cheetah Girls went on tour to support their album, Cheetah-licious Christmas. Aly & AJ went along with them, as the opening act, to support their own album Into the Rush, although the Jonas Brothers performed as surprise guests opening for both The Cheetah Girls and Aly & AJ for a total of 10 shows of the tour, promoting It's About Time, their first album. The holiday theme of the concert included giant presents (in which the Cheetah Girls performed in), Winter clothes, and even a tropical theme for their song "Christmas in California", which included surf boards with the girls' names on them. The Cheetah Girls also sang songs from the first Cheetah Girls soundtrack, their song "I Won't Say (I'm in Love)" (from DisneyMania 3), and their version of "Shake a Tail Feather" (from the Chicken Little soundtrack).

Opening acts[edit]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Cheetah-licious Christmas"
  2. "Five More Days 'til Christmas"
  3. "Marshmallow World"
  4. "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"
  5. "Perfect Christmas"
  6. "Cinderella"
  7. "Shake a Tail Feather"
  8. "Christmas in California"
  9. "Together We Can"
  10. "Girl Power"
  11. "Cheetah Sisters"
  12. "No Ordinary Christmas"
  13. "All I Want for Christmas Is You"
  14. "The Simple Things"
  15. "This Christmas"
  16. "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"
  17. "Last Christmas"
  18. "I Won't Say (I'm in Love)"
  19. "Feliz Navidad"

Tour dates[edit]

The Cheetah Girls performing during the tour
Date City Country Venue
North America[2]
December 6, 2005 Newark United States Prudential Hall
December 7, 2005 Syracuse Landmark Theatre
December 9, 2005 Albany Palace Theatre
December 10, 2005 Providence Providence Performing Arts Center
December 11, 2005 Reading Sovereign Performing Arts Center
December 13, 2005 Boston Orpheum Theatre
December 14, 2005 Philadelphia Verizon Hall
December 15, 2005 Wallingford Chevrolet Theatre
December 17, 2005 New York City Nokia Theatre Times Square
December 18, 2005 Norfolk Prism Theatre
December 19, 2005 Greensboro War Memorial Auditorium
December 20, 2005 Duluth Arena at Gwinnett Center
December 22, 2005 Houston Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
December 23, 2005 Grand Prairie Nokia Live at Grand Prairie
December 27, 2005 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheatre
December 28, 2005 San Francisco Nob Hill Masonic Center

The Party's Just Begun Tour[edit]

One World Tour[edit]

One World Tour
Tour by The Cheetah Girls
Associated album The Cheetah Girls: One World
Start date October 4, 2008 (2008-10-04)
End date December 21, 2008 (2008-12-21)
Legs 1
Shows 45 in North America
The Cheetah Girls concert chronology
Party's Just Begun Tour
(2006-07)
One World Tour
(2008)

The One World Tour is the final concert tour by the American group, The Cheetah Girls. It supports the soundtrack to their third film, The Cheetah Girls: One World. The tour played over 40 concerts in the United States and Canada.

Background[edit]

The tour was announced August 12, 2008, ten days before the premiere of their final film, The Cheetah Girls: One World. The tour was originally set to begin in Austin, Texas, however, a rehearsal show was added in Corpus Christi, Texas.[3] The concert benefited the Corpus Christi Independent School District. Midway through the tour, it was plagued with controversy as band member Adrienne Bailon had explicit photos leaked online.[4] Bailon stated the photos were stolen from her laptop, at the JFK Airport. Backlash ensued with a few tour dates being cancelled, including a performance at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.[5] American publication, Us Weekly later reported the act was a publicity stunt to break Bailon from the typical Disney star image.[6]

Opening acts[edit]

Setlist[edit]

The Cheetah Girls performing in Jacksonville, FL
  1. "Cheetah Love"
  2. "So Bring It On"
  3. "Dig a Little Deeper"
  4. "Feels Like Love"
  5. "Strut"
  6. "Cinderella"
  7. "What If" (performed by Adrienne Bailon)
  8. "Girl Power"
  9. "Break Out This Box"
  10. "Dance Me If You Can"
  11. "No Place Like Us"
  12. "The Party's Just Begun"
  13. "Crazy on the Dance Floor" (performed by Sabrina Bryan)
  14. "Fuego"
  15. "Homesick"
  16. "Commander Kiely" (performed by Kiely Williams)
  17. "Shake a Tail Feather"
  18. "Route 66"
  19. "One World"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[9][10]
October 4, 2008 Corpus Christi United States American Bank Center Arena
October 8, 2008 Austin Frank Erwin Center
October 10, 2008 Lafayette Cajundome
October 11, 2008 Bossier City CenturyTel Center
October 12, 2008 Biloxi Mississippi Coast Coliseum
October 15, 2008 Nashville Sommet Center
October 17, 2008 Tupelo BancorpSouth Arena
October 18, 2008 North Little Rock Alltel Arena
October 20, 2008 Dallas American Airlines Center
October 21, 2008 San Antonio AT&T Center
October 24, 2008 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
October 25, 2008 Miami American Airlines Arena
October 26, 2008 Orlando Amway Arena
October 28, 2008 Greenville BI-LO Center
October 30, 2008 Duluth Arena at Gwinnett Center
November 1, 2008 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena
November 2, 2008 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
November 5, 2008 Baltimore 1st Mariner Arena
November 6, 2008 Richmond Richmond Coliseum
November 8, 2008 Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
November 9, 2008 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
November 11, 2008 Philadelphia Wachovia Spectrum
November 13, 2008 Newark Prudential Center
November 14, 2008 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
November 16, 2008 Manchester Verizon Wireless Arena
November 17, 2008 Worcester DCU Center
November 18, 2008 Hartford XL Center
November 20, 2008 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
November 21, 2008 Cleveland United States Wolstein Center
November 23, 2008 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena
November 26, 2008 Pittsburgh Petersen Events Center
November 28, 2008 Columbus Nationwide Arena
November 29, 2008 Lexington Rupp Arena
December 2, 2008 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
December 4, 2008 Chicago United Center
December 5, 2008 Milwaukee U.S. Cellular Arena
December 6, 2008 Moline i wireless Center
December 7, 2008 St. Louis Scottrade Center
December 9, 2008 Kansas City Sprint Center
December 11, 2008 Minneapolis Target Center
December 12, 2008 Omaha Qwest Center Arena
December 15, 2008 West Valley City E Center
December 17, 2008 Oakland Oracle Arena
December 19, 2008 Glendale Jobing.com Arena
December 20, 2008 Anaheim Honda Center
December 21, 2008 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
October 14, 2008 Memphis, Tennessee FedExForum Cancelled[11]
October 22, 2008 Houston, Texas Toyota Center Cancelled
October 29, 2008 Charlotte, North Carolina Time Warner Cable Arena Cancelled[11]
November 25, 2008 Rochester, New York Blue Cross Arena Cancelled[11]
November 30, 2008 Indianapolis, Indiana Conseco Fieldhouse Cancelled[11]

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Frank Erwin Center Austin 3,549 / 4,660 $157,715[12]
The Cajundome Lafayette 5,674 / 8,503 $250,401[13]
CenturyTel Center Bossier City 3,311 / 4,771 $147,184[14]
Mississippi Coast Coliseum Biloxi 6,891 / 7,473 $305,918[15]
Sommet Center Nashville 3,825 / 5,326 $169,373[15]
BancorpSouth Center Tupelo 4,432 / 8,283 $192,750[16]
Alltel Arena North Little Rock 4,955 / 6,116 $218,333[16]
American Airlines Center Dallas 5,253 / 6,500 $233,835[17]
AT&T Center San Antonio 3,250 / 4,837 $146,636[18]
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville 4,330 / 5,449 $193,505[19]
American Airlines Arena Miami 8,742 / 11,117 $380,918[20]
Amway Arena Orlando 5,134 / 6,931 $232,124[20]
BI-LO Center Greenville 3,302 / 4,289 $313,956[21]
Arena at Gwinnett Center Duluth 5,071 / 6,376 $222,880[20]
Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville 3,823 / 7,524 $166,005[20]
Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro 3,751 / 5,414 $166,909[22]
1st Mariner Arena Baltimore 3,666 / 6,545 $162,544[23]
Richmond Coliseum Richmond 3,071 / 5,880 $137,089[23]
Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City 5,700 / 6,417 $254,427[23]
Verizon Center Washington, D.C. 7,902 / 8,493 $348,580[24]
Wachovia Spectrum Philadelphia 3,805 / 4,739 $169,415[24]
Prudential Center Newark 7,343 / 8,825 $328,706[24]
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale 9,350 / 10,966 $394,098[24]
Verizon Wireless Arena Manchester 4,873 / 6,977 $217,397[24]
XL Center Hartford 3,722 / 5,604 $167,734[24]
Air Canada Centre Toronto 6,226 / 7,219 $237,207[24]
Wolstein Center Cleveland 3,815 / 4,186 $168,630[24]
U.S. Bank Arena Cincinnati 2,625 / 3,818 $116,765 [24]
Petersen Events Center Pittsburg 2,642 / 3,406 $119,248[24]
Nationwide Arena Columbus 3,343 / 5,329 $146,091[24]
Rupp Arena Lexington 4,832 / 6,206 $214,822[24]
The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills 4,475 / 4,788 $201,138[24]
United Center Chicago 6,439 / 7,177 $286,554[24]
U.S. Cellular Arena Milwaukee 3,179 / 5,776 $142,241[24]
i wireless Center Moline 4,264 / 7,627 $187,923[24]
Scottrade Center St. Louis 3,300 / 5,197 $144,290[24]
Sprint Center Kansas City 4,371 / 6,603 $176,966[24]
Target Center Minneapolis 3,213 / 4,447 $142,502[24]
Qwest Center Omaha 5,104 / 5,907 $228,475[24]
Oracle Arena Oakland 5,355 / 6,232 $241,182[24]
Jobing.com Arena Glendale 3,656 / 4,777 $162,340[24]
Honda Center Anaheim 6,089 / 9,247 $273,467[24]
San Diego Sports Arena San Diego 4,063 / 5,385 $180,357[24]
TOTAL 196,042 / 271,342 $9,048,630

References[edit]

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