Future Now Tour

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Future Now Tour
Tour by Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas
Demi Lovato Future now.jpeg
Associated albums
Start date June 29, 2016 (2016-06-29)
End date October 19, 2016 (2016-10-19)
Legs 3
No. of shows
  • 46 in North America
  • 1 in Europe
  • 47 in total
Attendance 280,045[1]
Box office US $17.5 million
Website futurenowtour.com
Demi Lovato tour chronology
Demi World Tour
(2014–2015)
Future Now Tour
(2016)
Tell Me You Love Me World Tour
(2018)
Nick Jonas tour chronology
Nick Jonas: Live in Concert
(2015)
Future Now Tour
(2016)
Honda Civic Tour tour chronology
On the Road Again Tour
(2015)
Future Now Tour
(2016)
16th Annual Honda Civic Tour
(2017)

The Future Now Tour was a co-headlining concert tour by American singers Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas.[2] It is Lovato's fifth headlining tour, promoting her fifth studio album Confident (2015), and Jonas' third concert tour, promoting his third studio album Last Year Was Complicated (2016).[3][4] The co-headlining tour started on June 29, 2016, in Atlanta and ended on September 17, 2016, in Inglewood, California.[5] Lovato continued the tour as a solo headlining act on September 24, 2016 in New York City,[6] and the tour concluded in Monterrey on October 19, 2016.

Background and development[edit]

Lovato performing at the AT&T Center in San Antonio on September 10, 2016.

On October 26, 2015, Lovato and Jonas announced on the Elvis Duran Show after days of rumors that they would go on tour together.[7] On the same day, they talked about the tour on Good Morning America.[8] It was also announced that the tickets would go on sale on November 7, 2015.[9] The poster for the tour was revealed as well and it has been described as very "Hunger Games tributes representing District 1.″[10]

On March 22, 2016, the tour was officially announced as a part of the 15th Annual Honda Civic Tour. Fans were given the chance to enter the 2016 Honda Civic Tour Sweepstakes for a chance to win one of three grand prizes: a 2016 Honda Civic Sedan automobile customized by Lovato, a Honda Grom motorcycle customized by Jonas, and a trip for two to Los Angeles to see Lovato and Jonas live in concert at The Forum.[11] On June 28, 2016, it was announced that Tidal would livestream the first date of the tour.[12] On June 29, 2016, Lovato announced that CAST Centers would join them on tour to promote open dialogue about mental health and wellness, also to inspire fans and erase the stigma around asking for help.[13]

The Honda Civic Tour of the Future Now Tour took place in North America across the United States and Canada from June 29, 2016 until September 17, 2016. Mike Posner served as the main opening act with the exceptions of Atlanta, Sunrise, Orlando, San Jose, Portland, and Seattle.[14] Rich Homie Quan and Migos opened in Atlanta, Marshmello opened in Sunrise, DJ JayR opened in Orlando, and Chord Overstreet opened in Chula Vista, San Jose, Nashville, and Inglewood. Lovato and Jonas were scheduled to perform Charlotte and Raleigh, but cancelled over the HB2 law in North Carolina.[15] Lovato and Jonas was also scheduled to perform in Virginia Beach, but cancelled due to a scheduling conflict with the Boston Pops Firework Spectacular July 4.[16]

Lovato continued the Future Now Tour without Jonas in New York City, Turkey, and Mexico. On September 7, 2016, Global Citizen Festival 2016 announced Lovato as a headliner of the festival in New York City. Selena Gomez was an original headliner, but cancelled due to anxiety and depression caused by lupus.[17] On September 21, 2016 Expo 2016 announced Lovato as a headliner of the festival in Antalya.[18] The tour concluded in Mexico with three shows in Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey.

Set list[edit]

This set list is representative of the performance on June 29, 2016. It is not representative of all concerts for the duration of the tour.[19]

Demi Lovato's solo setlist
  1. "Confident"
  2. "Heart Attack"
  3. "Neon Lights"
  4. "Fire Starter"
  5. "For You"
  6. "Got Dynamite"
  7. "Body Say"
  8. "Wildfire"
  9. "My Love Is like a Star"
  10. "Fix a Heart"
  11. "Nightingale"
  12. "Warrior"
  13. "Lionheart"
  14. "Old Ways"
  15. "Kingdom Come"
  16. "Yes"
  17. "Stone Cold"
  18. "Give Your Heart a Break"
  19. "Skyscraper"
  20. "Cool for the Summer"
Notes
  • During the shows in Camden, Hershey and Auburn Hills, Jonas performed "Who I Am" in place of "Good Thing".[20]
  • During the shows in Toronto and Houston, Jonas performed "A Little Bit Longer" in place of "Chainsaw".[21]
  • During the shows in Washington, D.C. and Nashville, Brad Paisley joined Lovato and Jonas with guitar accompaniment for "Stone Cold".
  • During the shows in Vancouver, Edmonton, Dallas, Inglewood and New York City, Lovato performed a cover of Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman".
  • During the shows in Calgary and Winnipeg, Lovato performed "Wildfire".
  • During the show in Cleveland, Lovato performed a cover of Adele's "When We Were Young".[22]
Special guests

Lovato and Jonas performed duets with musical guests on some dates of the tour.

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America[2][23][35][36][37][38][6]
June 29, 2016 Atlanta United States Philips Arena Rich Homie Quan
Migos
7,112 / 7,372 $410,165
July 1, 2016[a] Sunrise BB&T Center Marshmello 7,251 / 10,314 $400,809
July 2, 2016[b] Orlando Amway Center DJ JayR 8,144 / 9,658 $478,900
July 6, 2016 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena Mike Posner 6,492 / 6,492 $552,988
July 8, 2016 Brooklyn Barclays Center 11,456 / 12,556 $845,851
July 9, 2016 Portland Cross Insurance Arena N/A N/A
July 12, 2016 Newark Prudential Center 10,756 / 11,555 $710,619
July 14, 2016 Camden BB&T Pavilion N/A N/A
July 16, 2016 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium 11,756 / 19,611 $557,299
July 17, 2016 Buffalo First Niagara Center N/A N/A
July 20, 2016 Boston TD Garden 10,357 / 11,290 $675,598
July 22, 2016[c] Montreal Canada Bell Centre 6,124 / 7,226 $332,563
July 23, 2016[c] Toronto Air Canada Centre N/A N/A
July 26, 2016 Washington, D.C. United States Verizon Center
July 27, 2016 Columbus Schottenstein Center 7,203 / 12,761 $433,830
July 29, 2016 Louisville KFC Yum! Center N/A N/A
July 30, 2016 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 8,468 / 10,433 $474,116
August 2, 2016 Rosemont Allstate Arena N/A N/A
August 3, 2016 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse
August 5, 2016 St. Louis Scottrade Center
August 6, 2016 Kansas City Sprint Center
August 9, 2016 Denver Pepsi Center
August 11, 2016 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena
August 13, 2016 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 6,823 / 7,112 $404,492
August 14, 2016 Chula Vista Sleep Train Amphitheatre Mike Posner
Chord Overstreet
N/A N/A
August 17, 2016 Anaheim Honda Center Mike Posner
August 18, 2016 San Jose SAP Center Chord Overstreet
August 20, 2016 Portland Moda Center N/A
August 21, 2016 Seattle KeyArena
August 24, 2016[c] Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena Mike Posner
August 26, 2016[c] Edmonton Rexall Place
August 27, 2016[c] Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome
August 29, 2016[c] Winnipeg MTS Centre
August 31, 2016[c][d] Saint Paul United States Minnesota State Fair Grandstand
September 2, 2016 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena
September 7, 2016 Nashville Bridgestone Arena Mike Posner
Chord Overstreet
September 9, 2016 Houston Toyota Center Mike Posner
September 10, 2016 San Antonio AT&T Center
September 12, 2016 Dallas American Airlines Center
September 14, 2016 Albuquerque Isleta Amphitheater
September 16, 2016 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 6,986 / 11,448 $385,877
September 17, 2016 Inglewood The Forum Mike Posner
Chord Overstreet
N/A N/A
September 24, 2016[c][e] New York City Central Park N/A
Europe[42]
October 1, 2016[c][f] Antalya Turkey Expo 2016 N/A N/A N/A
North America[43][44]
October 16, 2016[c][g] Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes N/A 12,834 / 15,553 $334,498
October 18, 2016[c][g] Zapopan Auditorio Telmex 3,146 / 7,055 $203,031
October 19, 2016[c][g] Monterrey Auditorio Banamex 3,183 / 5,129 $227,069
Total 114,282 / 147,005 (77.7%) $6,637,336

Cancelled shows[edit]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Revenue
June 30, 2016 Charlotte United States Time Warner Cable Arena Protest of the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act[15]
July 2, 2016 Raleigh PNC Arena
July 3, 2016 Virginia Beach Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater Scheduling conflict[16]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The concert on July 1, 2016 in Sunrise, Florida was originally planned to take place on June 24, but was rescheduled.[39]
  2. ^ The concert on July 2, 2016 in Orlando, Florida was originally planned to take place on June 25, but was rescheduled.[40]
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Not a Honda Civic Tour date.
  4. ^ The concert on August 31, 2016 at the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand in St. Paul was part of the Minnesota State Fair.[41]
  5. ^ The concert on September 24, 2016 in New York City, United States at Central Park was a part of the Global Citizen Festival with Demi Lovato as solo headliner.[6]
  6. ^ The concert on October 1, 2016 in Antalya, Turkey was a part of Expo 2016 with Demi Lovato as solo headliner.[42][18]
  7. ^ a b c Demi Lovato will headline the Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterrey shows by herself without Nick Jonas.[43]

References[edit]

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  44. ^ Box score:

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