Demi Lovato: Live in Concert

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Demi Lovato: Live in Concert
Tour by Demi Lovato
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Associated albums Don't Forget
Here We Go Again
Start date June 21, 2009
End date May 28, 2010
Legs 2
No. of shows
  • 47 in North America
  • 4 in South America
  • 51 in total
Box office US $11.4 million
Demi Lovato concert chronology

Demi Lovato: Live in Concert (also known as the Summer Tour 2009) was the first headlining concert tour by American singer Demi Lovato, in support of her first two studio albums Don't Forget (2008) and Here We Go Again (2009).

Background[edit]

The national tour began as the Summer Tour, on June 21, 2009, and ended August 21, 2009, covering a total of 40 cities. David Archuleta served as the special guest for the entire tour except for some tour dates at state fairs when David had concerts outside of this tour. David also scheduled solo shows on dates that were canceled such as Louisville and Grand Rapids.[1] Opening acts KSM and Jordan Pruitt also appeared on select dates.[2]

On this tour, Lovato promoted her second album, Here We Go Again. The last three dates of the tour were rescheduled due to filming Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam and eventually took place in fall 2009.[3] This tour won Choice Summer Tour at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards, shared with David Archuleta.

The tour further ventured into South America. In Brazil, tickets went on sale on March 30, 2010, for members of the official fanclub, and then to the general public on April 1, 2010. According to information given by Via Funchal's ticket office, all tickets to the concert were already sold by May 5, 2010, for about 6,100 people, but for safety reasons the number was dropped to 5,285, and in the end all of them were sold out again. In the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro over half the tickets to the concert were already sold or reserved by April 10, about 2,400 people, for a concert of 4,700. In the end, all tickets were sold except for a very few. In Colombia, tickets began selling on April 9, 2010, where 81% of the tickets were sold, and Chile followed on April 12, 2010. However, in Chile, tickets were almost completely sold out as only two tickets were available in the end (100%).

Opening acts[edit]

Setlists[edit]

David Archuleta
  1. "Touch My Hand"
  2. "Waiting for Yesterday"
  3. "My Hands"
  4. "You Can" or "Somebody Out There"
  5. "Works for Me"
  6. "A Little Too Not Over You"
  7. "Don't Let Go"
  8. "Barriers" or "Your Eyes Don't Lie"
  9. "Apologize" (OneRepublic cover)
  10. "Zero Gravity"
  11. "Crush"
KSM
  1. "I Want You to Want Me"
  2. "Saturdays and Sundays"
  3. "Don't Rain on My Parade"
  4. "Distracted"
  5. "Read Between the Lines"
Jordan Pruitt
  1. "Permission to Fly"
  2. "Jump to the Rhythm"
  3. "I Wanna Go Back"
  4. "Don't Lose Yourself"
  5. "Outside Looking In"
  6. "My Shoes"
  7. "One Love"
Demi Lovato (Summer 2009)
  1. "La La Land"
  2. "So Far So Great"
  3. "Quiet" (Opening Night Only)
  4. "Gonna Get Caught"
  5. "U Got Nothin' On Me"
  6. "Got Dynamite" (Opening Night Only)
  7. "Party"
  8. "Trainwreck"
  9. "Catch Me"
  10. "This Is Me" (added July 1, 2009)
  11. "Until You're Mine"
  12. "Solo"
  13. "Stop the World"
  14. "Two Worlds Collide"
  15. "Behind Enemy Lines"
  16. "(You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman" (Aretha Franklin / Carole King cover)
  17. "Every Time You Lie"
  18. "Remember December"
  19. "Here We Go Again"
    Encore
  20. "Don't Forget"
  21. "Get Back"
Demi Lovato (Fall 2009)
  1. "La La Land"
  2. "Gonna Get Caught"
  3. "U Got Nothin' On Me"
  4. "Party"
  5. "Trainwreck"
  6. "Catch Me"
  7. "This Is Me"
  8. "Solo"
  9. "Stop the World"
  10. "Two Worlds Collide"
  11. "(You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman" (Aretha Franklin cover)
  12. "Every Time You Lie"
  13. "Remember December"
  14. "Here We Go Again"
    Encore
  15. "Don't Forget"
  16. "Get Back"
Demi Lovato (South America)
  1. "La La Land"
  2. "So Far So Great"
  3. "Gonna Get Caught"
  4. "U Got Nothin' On Me"
  5. "Party"
  6. "Trainwreck"
  7. "Catch Me"
  8. "Lo Que Soy / This Is Me" (Lo Que Soy at Chile & Colombia and This Is Me at Brazil)
  9. "Can't Back Down" (Rio de Janeiro only)
  10. "Until You're Mine"
  11. "Solo"
  12. "Stop the World"
  13. "Two Worlds Collide"
  14. "(You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman" (Aretha Franklin cover) (Colombia & Rio de Janeiro only)
  15. "Every Time You Lie"
  16. "Remember December"
  17. "Here We Go Again"
  18. "Don't Forget"
  19. "Get Back"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
North America
June 21, 2009 Hartford United States XL Center 4,438 / 5,102 $192,065
June 22, 2009 Wilkes-Barre Wachovia Arena 2,513 / 4,497 $115,499
June 24, 2009 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum 7,138 / 8,101 $351,055
June 25, 2009 Newark Prudential Center 5,645 / 6,459 $281,448
June 26, 2009 Boston Agganis Arena 4,310 / 5,087 $193,272
June 27, 2009 Philadelphia Mann Center for the Performing Arts 2,247 / 4,382 $114,358
June 29, 2009 Duluth The Arena at Gwinnett Center 4,329 / 4,744 $160,893
July 1, 2009 Lafayette Cajundome 3,498 / 4,186 $155,451
July 2, 2009 North Little Rock Verizon Arena 2,739 / 4,545 $108,778
July 3, 2009 Houston Reliant Arena ~5,500 N/A
July 5, 2009 Grand Prairie Nokia Live at Grand Prairie 3,216 / 6,001 $151,648
July 6, 2009 Tulsa BOK Center 2,440 / 4,198 $96,581
July 9, 2009 Glendale Jobing.com Arena 3,289 / 5,111 $124,482
July 10, 2009 Fresno Save Mart Center 3,671 / 3,788 $132,811
July 11, 2009 San Jose Event Center Arena 2,908 / 3,718 $124,859
July 13, 2009 Portland Rose Garden Arena N/A N/A
July 14, 2009 Seattle WaMu Theater 2,191 / 2,841 $106,724
July 16, 2009 Sacramento Sleep Train Arena 3,275 / 3,344 $128,781
July 17, 2009 Los Angeles Nokia Theatre L.A. Live 6,090 / 6,096 $302,077
July 18, 2009 Las Vegas Orleans Arena ~6,300 N/A
July 20, 2009 Denver Wells Fargo Theatre 2,801 / 3,986 $120,188
July 22, 2009 Kansas City Sprint Center 2,415 / 4,355 $106,744
July 24, 2009 Rosemont Allstate Arena 5,508 / 6,022 $276,260
July 25, 2009 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena 3,077 / 4,780 $112,576
July 27, 2009 Cleveland Wolstein Center 2,572 / 4,124 $102,059
July 28, 2009 Harrington Delaware State Fair N/A N/A
July 29, 2009 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum 3,178 / 3,552 $123,850
July 31, 2009 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum ~6,700 N/A
August 1, 2009 Sunrise BankAtlantic Center 5,919 / 6,557 $299,123
August 2, 2009 Orlando Amway Arena 5,431 / 5,609 $299,123
August 4, 2009 Greenville BI-LO Center 3,274 / 3,943 $126,157
August 5, 2009 Louisville Freedom Hall N/A N/A
August 6, 2009 Columbus Ohio State Fair
August 8, 2009 Minneapolis Target Center 3,513 / 5,112 $144,752
August 9, 2009 West Allis Wisconsin State Fair N/A N/A
August 10, 2009 Indianapolis Indiana State Fair ~5,950
August 12, 2009 Nashville Sommet Center 2,646 / 4,724 $101,026
August 13, 2009 St. Louis Chaifetz Arena 2,395 / 3,493 $95,699
August 14, 2009 Moline iWireless Center 3,262 / 4,116 $126,393
August 15, 2009 Omaha Qwest Center 3,596 / 5,022 $127,468
August 17, 2009 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena N/A N/A
August 18, 2009 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre 4,840 / 5,785 $213,517
August 20, 2009 Fairfax Patriot Center 5,129 / 6,517 $211,120
August 21, 2009 Hershey Star Pavilion ~8,000 N/A
October 29, 2009 Manchester Verizon Wireless Arena 4,493 / 5,400 $196,542
October 30, 2009 Providence Dunkin' Donuts Center 6,132 / 6,132 $243,381
November 1, 2009 Atlantic City Etess Arena 4,847 / 4,847 $240,507
South America
May 23, 2010 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena ~11,000 N/A
May 25, 2010 Bogotá Colombia Coliseo Cubierto el Campín 4,245 / 5,300 $265,449
May 27, 2010 Rio de Janeiro Brazil HSBC Arena 4,367 / 4,700 $361,258
May 28, 2010 São Paulo Via Funchal 5,285 / 5,285 $380,883
Total 152,862 / 191,561 (80%) $7,036,332

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Demi Lovato Lines Up Lengthy Summer Tour". artistdirect. 2009-04-16. Retrieved 2009-04-18. 
  2. ^ "Demi Lovato To Tour With David Archuleta This Summer". MTV. 2009-04-15. Retrieved 2009-04-18. 
  3. ^ "Demi Lovato Tour Dates Rescheduled to October". angryape. 2009-08-20. Archived from the original on 2012-05-31. Retrieved 2009-08-20.