A Special Night with Demi Lovato

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A Special Night with Demi Lovato
Tour by Demi Lovato
DemiLovato SpecialNightPoster.jpg
Associated album Unbroken
Start date November 16, 2011
End date March 27, 2013
No. of shows
  • 46 in North America
  • 17 in Latin America
  • 4 in Asia
  • 1 in Europe
  • 68 total
Demi Lovato concert chronology

A Special Night with Demi Lovato was the second headlining concert tour by American singer Demi Lovato, launched in support of her third studio album, Unbroken (2011).

Background[edit]

Launched in November 2011, the first leg consisted of 19 shows made up of both headlining concerts and winter festivals. As it ventured into 2012, the trek mostly consisted of appearances at radio festivals and state fairs during February and March. In April 2012 Lovato embarked on a South American leg, playing a total of 10 shows. The second leg in North America, and the third leg in total became known as the Summer Tour 2012, consisting of 25 shows across North and South America. In 2013, the tour was expanded to promote "Heart Attack" which is the lead single of her fourth studio album, Demi. The tour played over 70 shows in the Americas, Asia and Europe. The concert tour has been praised by music critics for Lovato's performances and vocals. The concert was nominated for a Billboard Touring award and won a Capricho Award for Best Concert.

Broadcast and recordings[edit]

Lovato's journey through the first US leg of the tour was documented as a part of her television documentary Demi Lovato: Stay Strong which aired on MTV in 2012. The film followed Lovato through the tour, showing exclusive behind the scenes moments and highlighting Demi's journey through her recovery on her first tour since leaving rehab earlier in 2011.

Opening acts[edit]

Setlist[edit]

November 16, 2011 – Detroit, Michigan – Fox Theatre[5]
  1. "All Night Long"
  2. "Got Dynamite"
  3. "Hold Up"
  4. Medley: "Catch Me" / "Don't Forget"
  5. "Who's That Boy"
  6. "My Love is Like a Star"
  7. "Fix a Heart"
  8. Medley: "Get Back" / "Here We Go Again" / "La La Land"
  9. "Lightweight"
  10. "Skyscraper"
  11. "Moves Like Jagger" (Maroon 5 cover)
  12. "Together"
Encore
  1. "Unbroken"
  2. "Remember December"
April 19, 2012 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Citibank Hall[6]
  1. "All Night Long"
  2. "Got Dynamite"
  3. "Hold Up"
  4. Medley: "Get Back" / "Catch Me" / "Don't Forget"
  5. "My Love is Like a Star"
  6. "Fix a Heart"
  7. "Who's That Boy"
  8. "You're My Only Shorty"
  9. Medley: "Here We Go Again" / "La La Land"
  10. "Lightweight"
  11. "Skyscraper"
  12. "How to Love" (Lil Wayne cover)
  13. "Together"
  14. "Remember December"
Encore
March 18, 2013 – Singapore – The Coliseum
  1. "Unbroken"
  2. "Get Back"
  3. Medley: "Here We Go Again" / "La La Land" / "Don't Forget"
  4. "My Love is Like a Star"
  5. "Fix a Heart"
  6. "Catch Me"
  7. "Lightweight"
  8. "Skyscraper"
  9. "Got Dynamite"
  10. "Turn Up the Music" (Chris Brown cover)
  11. "Heart Attack"
  12. "Remember December"
Encore
  1. "Give Your Heart a Break"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
North America[7][8]
November 16, 2011 Detroit United States Fox Theatre 2,821 / 3,841 $131,210
November 18, 2011 Mashantucket MGM Grand at Foxwoods 3,565 / 3,565 $152,418
November 19, 2011 Hershey Hershey Theatre 1,831 / 1,831 $87,135
November 22, 2011 Kansas City Midland Theatre 1,039 / 1,624 $50,731
November 25, 2011 Houston Verizon Wireless Theater N/A N/A
November 26, 2011 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie 2,596 / 3,275 $125,122
November 27, 2011 New Orleans Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts 1,581 / 2,127 $76,820
November 29, 2011 St. Louis Peabody Opera House 1,146 / 2,599 $54,127
December 1, 2011 Atlanta Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre 1,773 / 2,617 $83,128
December 2, 2011[A] Nashville War Memorial Auditorium N/A N/A
December 3, 2011 Rosemont Rosemont Theatre 3,765 / 4,274 $170,618
December 5, 2011[B] Indianapolis Egyptian Room N/A N/A
December 6, 2011[C] Buffalo KeyBank Center
December 7, 2011[D] Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
December 8, 2011[D] Lowell Tsongas Center
December 9, 2011[D] New York City Madison Square Garden
December 10, 2011[D] Sunrise BB&T Center
December 11, 2011[D] Tampa Amalie Arena
Latin America
December 16, 2011 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum N/A N/A
February 4, 2012[E] Iquique Chile Estadio Tierra de Campeones
North America
March 2, 2012[F] Plant City United States Wish Farms Soundstage N/A N/A
March 4, 2012[G] Hidalgo State Farm Arena
March 13, 2012[H] Austin Luedecke Arena
Latin America[9][10][11]
April 13, 2012 Panama City Panama Figali Convention Center N/A N/A
April 15, 2012 Caracas Venezuela Espacios Abiertos de la UNIMET 1,817 / 2,700 $508,792
April 17, 2012 Lima Peru Jockey Club del Perú 1,932 / 4,000 $184,300
April 19, 2012 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Citibank Hall 7,571 / 7,687 $498,296
April 20, 2012 São Paulo Citibank Hall 12,916 / 13,224[a] $916,672[a]
April 22, 2012 Belo Horizonte Chevrolet Hall 3,645 / 4,353 $286,387
April 24, 2012 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena N/A N/A
April 26, 2012 Asunción Paraguay Banco Central del Paraguay 984 / 2,000 $9,247
April 28, 2012 Buenos Aires Argentina Microestadio Malvinas Argentinas N/A N/A
April 29, 2012 Montevideo Uruguay Velódromo Municipal de Montevideo
April 30, 2012 São Paulo Brazil Citibank Hall [a] [a]
May 2, 2012 Mexico City Mexico Auditorio Nacional 4,983 / 9,520 $244,042
May 3, 2012 Monterrey Arena Monterrey N/A N/A
North America[9][10][12][13]
June 12, 2012[I] Del Mar United States Heineken Grandstand Stage N/A N/A
June 22, 2012 Holmdel Township PNC Bank Arts Center
June 23, 2012 Hershey Star Pavilion
June 24, 2012 Vienna Filene Center
June 26, 2012 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
June 30, 2012 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 4,132 / 4,382 $124,554
July 1, 2012 Canandaigua Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center N/A N/A
July 3, 2012 Toronto Canada Molson Canadian Amphitheatre 4,027 / 8,958 $207,880
July 5, 2012 Boston United States Blue Hills Bank Pavilion N/A N/A
July 12, 2012 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena
July 13, 2012 Phoenix Comerica Theatre
July 14, 2012 Las Vegas House of Blues
July 15, 2012 Bakersfield Rabobank Arena
July 17, 2012 San Jose Event Center Arena 2,791 / 4,405 $155,557
July 18, 2012 Los Angeles Greek Theatre 5,190 / 5,839 $184,152
July 20, 2012[J] Sacramento Sleep Train Arena N/A N/A
August 4, 2012[K] Highland Park Ravinia Pavilion
August 11, 2012[L] Springfield Illinois State Fair Grandstand
August 12, 2012 Camden BB&T Pavilion
August 27, 2012[M] Essex Junction Xfinity Stage
August 28, 2012[N] Falcon Heights Minnesota State Fair Grandstand
August 30, 2012[O] Monroe Evergreen State Fair Grandstand
September 1, 2012[P] Salem L. B. Day Comcast Amphitheatre
Latin America[14][15]
September 29, 2012[Q] São Paulo Brazil Arena Anhembi 12,193 / 16,500[b] $1,144,620[b]
September 30, 2012[Q] Rio de Janeiro HSBC Arena 6,846 / 7,500[b] $625,108[b]
North America
March 2, 2013[R] Orlando United States Universal Music Plaza Stage N/A N/A
March 3, 2013[S] Houston Reliant Stadium
Asia
March 18, 2013 Singapore Resorts World Sentosa N/A N/A
March 20, 2013 Manila Philippines Smart Araneta Coliseum
March 22, 2013[T] Kuala Lumpur Malaysia KLCC Outdoor Plaza
March 24, 2013 Jakarta Indonesia Istora Senayan
Europe
March 27, 2013 Moscow Russia Crocus City Hall N/A N/A
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
July 14, 2012 Las Vegas, Nevada PH Live Moved to the House of Blues

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d The score data is combined from the shows held at the Citibank Hall on 20 April and 30 April, respectively.
  2. ^ a b c d The score data of the shows on 29 September and 30 September are part of the "Z Festival".

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