Up! Tour

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Up! Tour
Up! Tour poster.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Tour by Shania Twain
Associated album Up!
Start date September 25, 2003
End date July 10, 2004
Legs 2
Shows 28 in Europe
85 in North America
113 Total
Shania Twain concert chronology
  • Up! Tour
  • (2003–04)

Up! Tour was the second concert tour by Canadian singer–songwriter Shania Twain. It was launched in support of her fourth studio album Up! (2002). The show reached North America and Europe. The tour became one of the highest grossing tours in 2004, estimated to have grossed over US$100 million.[1]

Opening acts[edit]

Set list[edit]


Band[edit]

  • Marc Muller - Pedal, Steel, Guitar
  • Randal Walker - Guitar
  • Brent Barcus - Guitar
  • Andy Cichon - Bass
  • J.D. Blaire - Drums
  • Roddy Chong - Fiddle, Guitar, Mandolin, Percussion
  • Allison Cornell - Fiddle, Keyboards, Mandolin
  • Hardy Hemphill - Keyboards, Percussion, Harmonica, Accordion
  • Cory Churko - Guitar, Fiddle

Tour dates[edit]

Twain performing during her 2003 world tour
Date City Country Venue
North America[2][3]
September 25, 2003 Hamilton Canada Copps Coliseum
September 27, 2003 Ottawa Corel Centre
September 29, 2003 Pittsburgh United States Mellon Arena
September 30, 2003 Buffalo HSBC Arena
October 2, 2003 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
October 3, 2003
October 4, 2003 Grand Rapids United States Van Andel Arena
October 7, 2003 Boston Fleet Center
October 8, 2003 East Rutherford Continental Airlines Arena
October 10, 2003 Philadelphia First Union Center
October 11, 2003 Albany Pepsi Arena
October 12, 2003 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
October 14, 2003 New York City Madison Square Garden
October 15, 2003 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
October 17, 2003 Washington, D.C. MCI Center
October 18, 2003 Cleveland Gund Arena
October 21, 2003 Indianapolis Conseco Fieldhouse
October 22, 2003 Chicago United Center
October 24, 2003 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
October 25, 2003
October 27, 2003 Madison Kohl Center
October 28, 2003 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center
October 29, 2003 Milwaukee Bradley Center
November 21, 2003 Houston Toyota Center
November 22, 2003 San Antonio SBC Center
November 23, 2003 Dallas American Airlines Center
November 25, 2003 Oklahoma City Ford Center
November 28, 2003 St. Louis Savvis Center
November 29, 2003 Kansas City Kemper Arena
December 1, 2003 Denver Pepsi Center
December 2, 2003 Salt Lake City Delta Center
December 4, 2003 Calgary Canada Pengrowth Saddledome
December 5, 2003 Edmonton Rexall Place
December 7, 2003 Vancouver Pacific Coliseum
December 8, 2003
December 11, 2003 Portland United States Rose Garden
December 13, 2003 Sacramento ARCO Arena
December 14, 2003 San Jose HP Pavilion at San Jose
December 16, 2003 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
December 17, 2003 San Diego Cox Arena at Aztec Bowl
December 19, 2003 Phoenix America West Arena
December 20, 2003 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center
Europe
February 11, 2004 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
February 13, 2004 Sheffield England Hallam FM Arena
February 14, 2004 Newcastle Telewest Arena
February 16, 2004 London Wembley Arena
February 17, 2004
February 19, 2004 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
February 20, 2004
February 22, 2004 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
February 23, 2004 Birmingham England National Exhibition Centre
February 26, 2004 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
February 28, 2004 Hamburg Germany Color Line Arena
March 1, 2004 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
March 2, 2004 Munich Olympiahalle
March 4, 2004 Rotterdam Netherlands The Ahoy
March 5, 2004
March 7, 2004 Birmingham England National Exhibition Centre
March 8, 2004 Sheffield Hallam FM Arena
March 10, 2004 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
March 11, 2004 Newcastle England Telewest Arena
March 14, 2004 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
March 16, 2004 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena
March 18, 2004 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
March 20, 2004 Berlin Germany Max-Schmeling-Halle
March 22, 2004 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
March 23, 2004 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
March 25, 2004 Frankfurt Festhalle
March 26, 2004
March 29, 2004 Cologne Kölnarena
March 30, 2004 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
North America[4][5]
April 19, 2004 Pensacola United States Pensacola Civic Center
April 23, 2004 Atlanta Philips Arena
April 24, 2004 Knoxville Thompson-Boling Arena
April 27, 2004 Charleston North Charleston Coliseum
April 28, 2004 Columbia Colonial Center
April 30, 2004 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
May 1, 2004 Raleigh RBC Center
May 4, 2004 Richmond Richmond Coliseum
May 5, 2004 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
May 6, 2004 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
May 8, 2004 Quebec City Pepsi Coliseum
May 10, 2004 London John Labatt Centre
May 11, 2004
May 13, 2004 Charleston United States Charleston Civic Center
May 14, 2004 Fort Wayne Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
May 16, 2004 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
May 19, 2004 Louisville Freedom Hall
May 21, 2004 Columbus, Ohio Value City Arena
May 22, 2004 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena
May 24, 2004 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities
May 25, 2004 Omaha Qwest Center Omaha
June 3, 2004 Green Bay Resch Center
June 4, 2004 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center
June 5, 2004 Fargo Fargodome
June 8, 2004 Winnipeg Canada Winnipeg Arena
June 9, 2004 Saskatoon Saskatchewan Place
June 11, 2004
June 12, 2004 Edmonton Rexall Place
June 14, 2004 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
June 17, 2004 Vancouver Pacific Coliseum
June 18, 2004 Seattle United States KeyArena
June 19, 2004 Spokane Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
June 22, 2004 Fresno Save Mart Center
June 23, 2004 Los Angeles Staples Center
June 26, 2004 Lubbock United Spirit Arena
June 29, 2004 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
June 30, 2004 Birmingham BJCC Arena
July 2, 2004 Greenville BI-LO Center
July 6, 2004 Orlando TD Waterhouse Centre
July 7, 2004 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
July 9, 2004 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
July 10, 2004 Ft. Lauderdale Office Depot Center

Broadcasts and recordings[edit]

Main article: Up! Live in Chicago

Before the tour commenced, Twain performed a series of free concerts in the United States and the United Kingdom. The official DVD for the Up! Tour was filmed on July 27, 2003 at Grant Park in Chicago. The performance later aired on NBC and CBC in August 2003, with the DVD released in November 2003. The performances of "She's Not Just a Pretty Face" and "It Only Hurts When I'm Breathing" were later used as music videos to promote the aforementioned singles. Up! Live in Chicago has been certified platinum by the RIAA for shipments of over 500,000 copies in the United States. It has also been certified platinum in Australia for shipments of 15 000 copies.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Biography". Country Music Television. Canada: Corus Entertainment Inc. Retrieved 200-01-04. 
  2. ^ Jeckell, Barry A. (2003-08-18). "Twain To Take 'Up!' On The Road". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2009-01-04. 
  3. ^ Zahlaway, Jon (2003-11-05). "Shania Twain expands tour plans, readies live DVD". Live Daily. Retrieved 2009-01-04. 
  4. ^ Evans, Rob (2003-11-26). "Shania Twain unveils plans for spring arena dates". Live Daily. Retrieved 2009-01-04. 
  5. ^ Zahlaway, Jon (2004-04-15). "Shania Twain to launch new round of North American dates". Live Daily. Retrieved 2009-01-04. 
  6. ^ "ARIA Charts - Accreditations - 2004 DVD". ARIA. Australian Recording Industry Association Ltd. Retrieved 2009-01-04. 

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