Burn in the Spotlight Tour

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Burn in the Spotlight Tour
Tour by Nelly Furtado
Associated album Whoa, Nelly!
Start date March 6, 2001 (2001-03-06)
End date April 18, 2002 (2002-04-18)
Legs 3
No. of shows 74 in North America
2 in Europe
76 Total
Nelly Furtado concert chronology

Burn in the Spotlight Tour was the debut concert tour by Canadian singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado, in support of her debut album Whoa, Nelly! (2000).

Set list[edit]

  1. "Intro/Baby Girl"
  2. "I Will Make U Cry"
  3. "Party"
  4. "Get Ur Freak On"
  5. "Well, Well"
  6. "Hey, Man!"
  7. "I'm Like a Bird"
  8. "My Love Grows Deeper Part 1"
  9. "Legend"
  10. "Scared of You/Onde Estás"
  11. "Asha Mix"
  12. "I Feel You"
  13. "Trynna Finda Way"
  14. "Turn Off the Light"
  15. "Shit on the Radio (Remember the Days)"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[1]
March 6, 2001 Pontiac United States Clutch Cargo
March 7, 2001 Chicago Park West
March 8, 2001 Minneapolis Quest
March 11, 2001 Seattle Showbox
March 12, 2001 Portland Alladin Theatre
March 15, 2001 San Francisco Bimbo's 365
March 16, 2001 Los Angeles El Rey Theatre
March 17, 2001
March 20, 2001 Salt Lake City DV8
March 21, 2001 Denver Bluebird
March 22, 2001 Lawrence Bottleneck
March 23, 2001 St. Louis Mississippi Nights
March 27, 2001 Cleveland Odeon
March 28, 2001 Pittsburgh Beehive Theatre
March 29, 2001 Norfolk The NorVa
April 2, 2001 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
April 3, 2001 New York City Irving Plaza
April 5, 2001 Providence Lupo's
April 6, 2001 Philadelphia Trocadero
April 7, 2001 Boston Paradise
North America
July 16, 2001 Wantagh United States Jones Beach (Area Festival)
Europe
August 18, 2001 Stafford United Kingdom Weston Park (V Festival)
November 13, 2001 London HMV Forum
North America[2]
December 7, 2001 Dallas United States Six Flags Over Texas (Kissmas Jingle Ball)
December 10, 2001 Pittsburgh (WBZZ-FM festival)
December 11, 2001 Detroit State Theatre (WKQI-FM Jingle Ball)
December 12, 2001 Kansas City Memorial Hall
December 13, 2001 Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium (KYSR-FM Kissmas Version 2.0)
December 15, 2001 Cleveland Palace Theatre (WAKS Kissmas Version 2.0)
December 16, 2001 Columbus Nationwide Arena (WNCI-FM Jingle Ball)
North America[3][4]
January 28, 2002 Victoria Canada Memorial Arena
January 29, 2002 Vancouver General Motors Place
January 30, 2002 Seattle United States Paramount Theatre
January 31, 2002 Portland Roseland Theatre
February 2, 2002 Calgary Canada MacEwan Hall
February 3, 2002
February 5, 2002 Denver United States Fillmore Auditorium
February 7, 2002 Phoenix Web Theater
February 8, 2002 Paradise Hard Rock Hotel
February 9, 2002 San Diego Spreckels Theater
February 11, 2002 Los Angeles Wiltern Theater
February 12, 2002
February 14, 2002 San Francisco The Warfield
February 15, 2002
February 16, 2002 San Luis Obispo Rec Center
March 1, 2002 Boston Avalon
March 2, 2002 Portland State Theater
March 3, 2002 New York City Hammerstein Ballroom
March 4, 2002 Philadelphia Electric Factory
March 8, 2002 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
March 9, 2002
March 10, 2002 Norfolk The NorVa
March 12, 2002 Raleigh The Ritz
March 13, 2002 Charlotte Grady Cole Center
March 15, 2002 Atlanta The Tabernacle
March 16, 2002 Orlando Hard Rock Live
March 17, 2002 Miami Beach Level
March 19, 2002 St. Petersburg Jannus Landing
March 20, 2002 Birmingham Five Points Music Hall
March 22, 2002 Nashville Ryman Auditorium
March 23, 2002 Memphis Omni New Daisy
March 24, 2002 New Orleans House of Blues
March 26, 2002 Houston Aerial Theater
March 27, 2002 Austin Austin Music Hall
March 28, 2002 Dallas Bronco Bowl
March 30, 2002 St. Louis The Pageant
March 31, 2002 Kansas City Uptown Theater
April 1, 2002 Saint Paul Roy Wilkins Auditorium
April 3, 2002 Milwaukee The Rave
April 4, 2002 Chicago Riviera Theatre
April 5, 2002 Detroit State Theatre
April 7, 2002 Indianapolis Murat Egyptian Room
April 8, 2002 Cleveland Agora Theatre and Ballroom
April 10, 2002 Montreal Canada Métropolis
April 12, 2002 Halifax Metro Center
April 18, 2002 Toronto Massey Hall

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