Big Beautiful Tour

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Big Beautiful Tour
Tour by Jill Scott
JScott 2005TourPoster.jpg
Associated album Beautifully Human: Words and Sounds Vol. 2
Start date February 9, 2005
End date March 26, 2005
Legs 2
No. of shows 24 in North America
24 in total
Jill Scott concert chronology

Big Beautiful Tour was a concert tour in by American R&B recording artist Jill Scott, in support of her album Beautifully Human: Words and Sounds Vol. 2. The tour started on February 9, and ended on March 26, in Upper Darby, PA.[1][2] Scott's performance received rave reviews from critics attending the shows. Jill blended a mixed sound of R&B, soul-funk, Hip-Hop and poetry, while delivering her hits "Golden", "A Long Walk", "The Way" and 2005 Grammy Award winning song, "Cross My Mind".[3][4]

Opening acts[edit]

Set list[edit]

  1. "Jilltro" (Intro Suite)
  2. "Warm Up"/"It's Love" (Mashup Mix)
  3. "Golden" (Remix)
  4. "A Long Walk"
  5. "Exclusively"
  6. "Gettin' In the Way"
  7. "He Loves Me (Lyzel In E Flat)"
  8. "Talk To Me"
  9. "Cross My Mind"
  10. "Bedda At Home" (Acapella)
  11. "Whatever"
  12. "Can't Explain (42nd Street Happenstance)"
  13. "The Fact Is (I Need You)"
  14. "One Is The Magic #"
  15. "Slowly Surely"
  16. "Not Like Crazy"
  17. "The Way"

Notes

  • On select dates of the tour, opening act hip-hop star Common would ask Scott to appear on stage to perform their r&b/funk infused dance duet, "I Am Music" from his Platinum selling album, Like Water for Chocolate.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
February 9, 2005 Sacramento United States Memorial Auditorium
February 10, 2005 Oakland Paramount Theatre
February 11, 2005
February 14, 2005 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre
February 17, 2005 San Diego Copley Symphony Hall
February 20, 2005 Denver Paramount Theatre
February 22, 2005 Grand Prairie Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie
February 23, 2005 Houston Verizon Wireless Theater
February 25, 2005 Memphis Orpheum Theatre
February 26, 2005 New Orleans Saenger Theater
February 28, 2005 Nashville Ryman Auditorium
March 2, 2005 Atlanta Fox Theatre
March 3, 2005 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum Complex
March 4, 2005 New York City Radio City Music Hall
March 5, 2005
March 8, 2005 Richmond Landmark Theater
March 9, 2005 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
March 10, 2005
March 13, 2005 Boston Orpheum Theatre
March 16, 2005 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
March 19, 2005 Chicago United States Chicago Theatre
March 23, 2005 Cleveland State Theatre
March 24, 2005 Baltimore Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
March 26, 2005 Upper Darby Tower Theater

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