Demi Live! Warm Up Tour

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Demi Live! Warm Up Tour
Tour by Demi Lovato
Associated album Don't Forget
Start date June 1, 2008
End date December 21, 2008
Legs 1
No. of shows
  • 21 in North America
Box office US $1.4 million

The Demi Live! Warm Up Tour was a promotional concert tour by American artist Demi Lovato, launched in support of her debut album, Don't Forget.

Background[edit]

The tour took place in the summer of 2008, before she joined the Jonas Brothers on their Burnin' Up Tour as an opening act. It is sometimes referred to as the "House of Blues Tour".[1] The tour began on June 1, 2008 and ended on December 21, 2008. It lasted a total of 21 dates.

Broadcast and recordings[edit]

Lovato's performance at the Gramercy Theater in New York City, was recorded and released on Don't Forget, as a special feature.

Setlist[edit]

  1. That's How You Know
  2. The Middle
  3. Daydream (Avril Lavigne cover)*
  4. Party
  5. Don't Forget
  6. This Is Me
  7. Gonna Get Caught
  8. Two Worlds Collide
  9. La La Land
  10. Until You're Mine
  11. Get Back
  • Note: The song "Daydream" was included on the set list of the tour. "Daydream" was originally written and recorded by Avril Lavigne, who given the song to Lovato an offer, but she refused. However, the song was later recorded by Miranda Cosgrove from her album Sparks Fly (2010).

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
June 1, 2008 Hershey United States Hersheypark
June 8, 2008 Austell Six Flags Over Georgia
June 9, 2008 Orlando House of Blues
June 13, 2008 New Orleans
June 15, 2008 Eureka Six Flags St. Louis
June 17, 2008 Cleveland House of Blues
June 18, 2008 Syracuse Palace Theatre
June 19, 2008 Upper Marlboro Six Flags America
June 22, 2008 Gurnee Six Flags Great America
June 24, 2008 Farmingdale The Crazy Donkey
June 26, 2008 Agawam Six Flags New England
June 27, 2008 Jackson Township Six Flags Great Adventure
June 28, 2008 New York City Gramercy Theatre
June 29, 2008
July 18, 2008 West Hollywood Roxy Theater
July 26, 2008 Readington Township Solberg Airport
July 27, 2008 Philadelphia Penn's Landing Great Plaza
July 31, 2008 Arlington Six Flags Over Texas
October 11, 2008 Fresno The Big Fresno Fair
December 8, 2008 Los Angeles Wiltern Theater
December 21, 2008 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sullivan, Cathryn (May 2008). "News from Cathryn Sullivan". Archived from the original on 2009-02-18. Retrieved 2009-03-21.