Heat It Up Tour

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Heat It Up Tour
Tour by 98°
Associated album98° and Rising
Start dateMarch 17, 1999 (1999-03-17)
End dateDecember 29, 1999 (1999-12-29)
Legs8
No. of shows105 in North America
9 in Asia
5 in Australia
2 in South America
3 in Europe
124 Total
98° concert chronology
  • Heat It Up Tour
    (1999)
  • Revelation Tour
    (2001)

The Heat It Up Tour is the debut concert tour by American boy band 98°. The tour supports the group's second debut album, 98° and Rising. The tour lasted over nine months and visited the Americas, Asia, Australia and Europe.

Opening acts[edit]

Setlist[edit]

The following setlist was obtained from the March 20, 1999 concert; held at the Centennial Hall in London, Ontario. It does not represent all concerts during the tour.

  1. "Instrumental Introduction" (contains elements of "Carmina Burana")
  2. "Heat It Up"
  3. "Come and Get It"
  4. "Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)" / "My Name Is" / "1999"
  5. "Fly with Me"
  6. "Still"
  7. "If She Only Knew"
  8. "Invisible Man"
  9. "She's Out of My Life"
  10. "Do You Wanna Dance?"
  11. "Superstition"
  12. "True to Your Heart"
  13. "I Can't Get Next To You"
  14. "I Do (Cherish You)"
  15. "Because of You"
  16. "The Hardest Thing"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[2][3][4][5]
March 17, 1999 Ottawa Canada Ottawa Congress Centre
March 18, 1999 Montreal Spectrum
March 19, 1999 Toronto Massey Hall
March 20, 1999 London Centennial Hall
March 21, 1999 Hamilton Hamilton Place Theatre
March 23, 1999 Thunder Bay Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
March 24, 1999 Winnipeg Le Rendez-Vous
March 25, 1999 Saskatoon Broadway Theatre
March 27, 1999 Calgary MacEwan Hall Ballroom
March 28, 1999 Edmonton Dinwoodie Lounge
March 30, 1999 Vancouver Vogue Theatre
April 2, 1999 Sacramento United States Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
April 3, 1999 Berkeley Berkeley Community Theatre
April 5, 1999 Phoenix Celebrity Theatre
April 6, 1999 Las Vegas The Joint
April 7, 1999 San Jose Event Center Arena
April 8, 1999 Los Angeles Wiltern Theatre
April 9, 1999
April 10, 1999[A] Houston Buffalo Bayou Park
April 11, 1999 Salt Lake City Kingsbury Hall
April 13, 1999 Rosemont Rosemont Theatre
April 14, 1999 Dayton Dayton Memorial Hall
April 16, 1999 Cleveland Palace Theatre
April 17, 1999 Detroit State Theatre
April 18, 1999 East Lansing Wharton Center for Performing Arts
April 19, 1999 Grand Rapids DeVos Performance Hall
April 21, 1999 New York City Beacon Theatre
April 22, 1999 Camden Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre
April 23, 1999 Westbury Westbury Music Fair
April 24, 1999 Wallingford SNET Oakdale Theatre
April 25, 1999 Pittsburgh Palumbo Center
April 27, 1999 Wilkes-Barre F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
April 28, 1999 Fairfax Patriot Center
April 29, 1999 Towson Towson Center
April 30, 1999 Columbus Palace Theatre
May 1, 1999[B] Nashville Riverfront Park
May 2, 1999[C] Atlanta FOX5 Stage
May 4, 1999 Charlotte Ovens Auditorium
May 6, 1999 Louisville Palace Theatre
May 7, 1999 Indianapolis Murat Theatre
May 8, 1999 Kansas City Municipal Auditorium
May 9, 1999 Oklahoma City Starlight Amphitheatre
May 11, 1999 Johnstown Cambria County War Memorial Arena
May 13, 1999 Myrtle Beach Palace Theatre
May 14, 1999 Pompano Beach Pompano Beach Amphitheater
May 15, 1999 Orlando Nautilus Theater
June 10, 1999[D] Sacramento Hornet Stadium
June 16, 1999[E] Burlington Burlington Memorial Auditorium
July 5, 1999[F] Traverse City Northwestern Michigan Fairgrounds
July 19, 1999 San Angelo Bill Aylor Sr. Memorial RiverStage
August 2, 1999[G] Paso Robles Frontier Stage
August 7, 1999 Nampa Idaho Center Amphitheater
August 9, 1999[H] Chula Vista Coors Amphitheatre
August 11, 1999[I] Sioux Falls W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds
August 16, 1999[J] Midland Midland County Fairgrounds
August 19, 1999[K] Fairlea State Fair of West Virginia Grandstand
August 20, 1999[L] Hamburg Hamburg Fairgrounds Grandstand
August 26, 1999[M] Hunter Hunter Mountain Concert Grounds
August 27, 1999[N] Byram Township Waterloo Village Concert Field
August 28, 1999 Lowell Lowell Memorial Auditorium
August 29, 1999 Gilford Meadowbrook Musical Arts Center
September 2, 1999[O] Geddes New York State Fair Grandstand
September 4, 1999[P] Detroit MSF Bandshell
September 5, 1999[Q] Allentown Allentown Fair Grandstand
September 6, 1999[R] Mansfield Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
September 7, 1999 Poplar Bluff Black River Coliseum
September 8, 1999 Springfield Shrine Mosque Auditorium
September 10, 1999 Lincoln Pershing Center
September 11, 1999 Des Moines Veterans Memorial Auditorium
September 12, 1999[S] Shakopee Canterbury Park
September 13, 1999[T] Allegan Allegan County Fairgrounds
September 15, 1999[U] York York Fairgrounds
September 16, 1999 Binghamton Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
September 17, 1999[V] London Canada Victoria Park
September 18, 1999[W] Camden United States Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre
September 19, 1999 Salisbury Wicomico Youth and Civic Center
September 20, 1999 Erie Erie Veterans Memorial Stadium
October 3, 1999[X] Richmond Richmond International Raceway Virginia State Fair
October 5, 1999 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum
October 6, 1999 North Charleston North Charleston Coliseum
October 7, 1999[Y] Columbia South Carolina State Fairgrounds
October 8, 1999[Z] Little Rock Barton Coliseum
October 11, 1999 Albany Pepsi Arena
October 12, 1999 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
October 13, 1999 Rochester Blue Cross Arena
October 14, 1999[AA] New York City The Theater at Madison Square Garden
October 15, 1999 Hershey Hersheypark Arena
October 16, 1999 Huntington Huntington Civic Arena
October 17, 1999 Wheeling Wheeling Civic Center
October 19, 1999 Winston-Salem LJVM Coliseum
October 20, 1999 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena
October 21, 1999 Lexington Rupp Arena
October 22, 1999 Evansville Roberts Municipal Stadium
October 23, 1999 Champaign Assembly Hall
October 24, 1999 Fort Wayne Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
October 26, 1999 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities
October 27, 1999[AB] Rosemont Allstate Arena
October 29, 1999 Mankato Midwest Wireless Center
October 30, 1999 Bismarck Bismarck Civic Center
October 31, 1999 Rapid City Barnett Arena
November 7, 1999[AC] Hollywood Young Circle Park
Asia
November 8, 1999 Tokyo Japan NHK Hall
November 9, 1999
November 10, 1999
November 12, 1999
November 14, 1999 Taipei Taiwan TICC Plenary Hall
November 15, 1999
November 17, 1999 Manila Philippines University of the Philippines Theater
November 18, 1999 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia PWTC Plenary Hall
Australia
November 20, 1999 Melbourne Australia Festival Hall
November 21, 1999
November 23, 1999 Sydney Hordern Pavilion
November 24, 1999
North America
December 10, 1999[AD] Arlington United States Music Mill Amphitheater
December 12, 1999[AE] Madison Dane County Coliseum
December 14, 1999 San Juan Puerto Rico Anfiteatro Tito Puente
December 16, 1999[AF] New York City United States Madison Square Garden
South America
December 17, 1999 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Metropolitan
December 18, 1999 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Luna Park
North America
December 20, 1999 Los Angeles United States Universal Amphitheatre
December 21, 1999 Honolulu Blaisdell Concert Hall
Australia
December 23, 1999 Sydney Australia Capitol Theatre
Asia
December 26, 1999 Kallang Singapore Kallang Theatre
Europe
December 27, 1999 Moscow Russia Gorbunov Palace of Culture
December 28, 1999 Berlin Germany Columbiahalle
December 29, 1999 London England Hammersmith Apollo
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A KRBE/Enron Earth Day Festival[6]
B Nashville River Stages
C Music Midtown[7]
D Endfest[8]
E Burlington Steamboat Days
F National Cherry Festival[9]
G California Mid-State Fair[10]
H L'Oréal Paris Summer Music Mania '99
I Sioux Empire Fair[11]
J Midland County Fair
K State Fair of West Virginia
L Erie County Fair
M Hunter Mountain Summer Concert Series
N Live at Waterloo Concert Series[12]
O Great New York State Fair[13]
P Michigan State Fair
Q Great Allentown Fair[14]
R Radio Disney Summer Concert Series
S Last Chance Summer Dance[15]
T Allegan County Fair
U York Fair[16]
V Western Fair[17]
W QConcert 1999
X State Fair of Virginia
Y South Carolina State Fair
Z Arkansas State Fair
AA 25th Anniversary Bash[18]
AB B96 Halloween Bash
AC Wing Ding[19]
AD Kissmas Party
AE Z104 Birthday[20]
AF Jingle Ball[21]
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
August 30, 1999 Essex Junction, Vermont Champlain Valley Exposition Cancelled. This concert was a part of the Champlain Valley Fair[22]
August 31, 1999 Erie, Pennsylvania Erie Veterans Memorial Stadium Rescheduled to September 20, 1999
November 5, 1999 San Juan, Puerto Rico Anfiteatro Tito Puente Rescheduled to December 14, 1999

References[edit]

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