Here We Go Again Tour

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Here We Go Again Tour
World tour by Cher
Cher Here We Go Again Tour.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Location
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Oceania
Associated albumDancing Queen
Start dateSeptember 21, 2018 (2018-09-21)
End dateMarch 10, 2020
Legs4
No. of shows85
Attendance933,526
Box office$112,476,116
Cher concert chronology
  • Classic Cher
    (2017–2020)
  • Here We Go Again Tour
    (2018–2020)

The Here We Go Again Tour[1] was the seventh solo concert tour by American singer-actress Cher in support of her twenty-sixth studio album Dancing Queen. This was the first time the singer had embarked on a world tour since her Living Proof: The Farewell Tour (2002–2005). The tour started on September 21, 2018, and was forced to conclude on March 10, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[2][3][4][5]

Background[edit]

On May 7, 2018, it was announced via various media outlets that Cher would embark on her first Australian solo tour in more than a decade and her seventh solo concert tour overall.[6] On May 17, 2018, it was announced that Cher would add two more dates in Melbourne and Sydney due to "overwhelming demand".[3] On June 27, 2018, it was announced that Cher will visit New Zealand for a concert before continuing the tour in Australia. A second concert in New Zealand was announced shortly after.[7][8] On September 3, 2018, it was announced that Cher would "farewell Melbourne" for a "third and final show" on October 6, 2018, due to high demand.[9][10] Later that same week, it was announced that Cher will take the Here We Go Again Tour to North America for 34 dates. The second leg of the tour started on January 17, 2019 in Florida and ended on May 30, 2019, in Vancouver.[4]

On December 11, 2018, it was announced that Cher would tour Europe for the first time in 15 years. The European leg of the tour started on September 26, 2019 in Berlin, Germany and finished on November 3, 2019 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Following this, Cher announced new tour dates in North America, beginning in Portland, Oregon on November 19, 2019.[11][12] On March 12, 2020, Cher announced her spring tour dates would be postponed to the fall, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with the exception of Birmingham, Alabama, which was cancelled, due to planned renovations at the Legacy Arena during the rescheduled run.[13][14] However, due to the persistence of the pandemic in the United States, the rescheduled dates were all canceled.[15]

Concert synopsis[edit]

A giant curtain is set up where, during the start of the concert, a video montage featuring many moments of Cher's career is projected onto it. After the intro ends and the curtain drops, Cher appears wearing a purple toga and a blue wig, while standing on a bedazzled arched lift performing "Woman's World". The song is followed by "Strong Enough" and a 15-minute [16] on stage monologue where she infamously asks the crowd "what's your granny doing tonight?" [17][18] She leaves for a costume change, while the "Gayatri Mantra" is played. She returns on a mechanical elephant lip syncing the last part, and then she gets off the elephant and she performs "All or Nothing".[19] The next act is started with a video interlude of Cher and her late ex-husband, Sonny Bono, singing a medley of "Little Man" and "All I Ever Need is You". She starts performing "The Beat Goes On" followed by a brief speech where Cher talks about how she rarely performs the song "I Got You Babe" live with Bono joining her via a large-screen video monitor.[20] A video interlude of Cher performing "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" follows and the next act starts with her dancers performing a Burlesque-inspired dance routine. Finally, Cher enters the stage in a Burlesque inspired outfit and sings "Welcome to Burlesque", followed by a costume change, with "Lie to Me" acrobatic interlude. She and her dancers reappear in 70's inspired clothes as she sings her covers of ABBA's "Waterloo" and "SOS". Cher then goes to an elevated platform and sings "Fernando", accompanied by a backdrop of fireworks.[21]

After a video montage of her career highlights as an actress, the next act sees Cher performing "After All". An interlude of "Heartbreak Hotel" plays as Cher changes costumes and sings "Walking In Memphis", which she dedicated to the first time she saw Elvis in concert. "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)" ends the act, and a guitar solo of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" plays as a final intermission. Cher, in a black see-through bodysuit, appears to close the main set with performances of "I Found Someone" and "If I Could Turn Back Time". She leaves, and after a minute, returns to close the show with an encore performance of "Believe".[17]

Commercial reception[edit]

Cher, with the Here We Go Again Tour, was the third top-grossing female touring artist of 2019 and ranked at number 11 on Billboard's Year End Top 40 Tours.[22] Pollstar's Year End Top 100 Tours chart ranked Cher at number 20.[23] In 2019, Cher became the first female artist in history with the age of over 70 to gross over $100 million in one concert tour.

Critical reception[edit]

The tour has received mostly positive reception from critics, praising Cher's vocals as well as the elements of the show and the costume changes.[24][25] The European leg of the tour gained critical acclaim praising Cher's energy, performances, and humor.[26] The tour was nominated for a People's Choice Award in the “Favorite Concert Tour of 2019” category.[27]

Set list[edit]

The following set list is from the concert on January 17 in Estero, Florida. It does not represent all shows.[28]

Notes

Shows[edit]

List of Oceania concerts[1][30]
Date
(2018)
City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance
(Tickets sold / total available)
Revenue
September 21 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena DJ Andrew McClelland 16,020 / 16,710 $1,711,012
September 22
September 26 Newcastle Australia Newcastle Entertainment Centre 5,520 / 5,718 $819,642
September 28 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre 13,669 / 13,669 $1,748,280
September 29
October 3 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 28,812 / 30,688 $3,467,164
October 5
October 6
October 9 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre 7,163 / 7,500 $793,794
October 12 Perth RAC Arena 13,132 / 13,132 $1,727,210
October 16 Wollongong WIN Entertainment Centre 3,893 / 4,012 $526,301
October 18 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena 21,791 / 22,547 $2,710,879
October 20
October 21 ICC Sydney Theatre 5,776 / 5,776 $473,641
List of North American concerts[1][31]
Date
(2019)
City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance
(Tickets sold / total available)
Revenue
January 17 Estero United States Hertz Arena Nile Rodgers
Chic
5,725 / 5,780 $993,700
January 19 Sunrise BB&T Center 13,774 / 14,231 $1,707,710
January 21 Orlando Amway Center 11,782 / 11,790 $1,421,883
January 23 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena 10,024 / 10,024 $1,078,433
January 25 Duluth Infinite Energy Arena 9,903 / 9,903 $1,404,811
January 27 Raleigh PNC Arena 11,680 / 11,680 $1,076,880
January 29 Charlotte Spectrum Center 12,021 / 12,021 $1,147,111
January 31 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 13,262 / 13,262 $1,409,202
February 2 Biloxi Mississippi Coast Coliseum 10,069 / 10,069 $1,278,410
February 4 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 12,813 / 12,813 $1,319,776
February 6 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 12,504 / 12,504 $1,179,772
February 8 Chicago United Center 14,984 / 14,984 $2,009,018
February 10 Columbus Nationwide Arena 13,794 / 13,794 $1,513,123
February 12 Detroit Little Caesars Arena 11,695 / 11,695 $1,290,912
February 14 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 11,484 / 11,484 $1,346,158
April 18 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 14,603 / 14,603 $1,584,708
April 20 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 14,823 / 14,823 $1,849,979
April 22 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena 15,657 / 15,657 $2,083,273
April 24 Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre 12,366 / 12,366 $1,095,738
April 26 Buffalo United States KeyBank Center 14,371 / 14,371 $1,529,362
April 28 Boston TD Garden 13,192 / 13,192 $1,786,640
April 30 Springfield MassMutual Center 6,049 / 6,049 $959,190
May 2 Brooklyn Barclays Center 13,971 / 13,971 $2,249,111
May 3 Newark Prudential Center 13,374 / 13,374 $1,985,259
May 8 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena 10,410 / 10,410 $1,174,426
May 10 St. Louis Enterprise Center 14,404 / 14,404 $1,617,911
May 12 Milwaukee Fiserv Forum 11,719 / 11,719 $1,438,187
May 14 Omaha CHI Health Center Omaha 12,876 / 12,876 $1,324,294
May 16 Sioux Falls Denny Sanford Premier Center 10,415 / 10,415 $1,202,976
May 18 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 15,191 / 15,191 $1,874,158
May 23 Saskatoon Canada SaskTel Centre 8,233 / 8,233 $621,567
May 25 Edmonton Rogers Place 13,310 / 13,310 $1,302,866
May 28 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome 11,669 / 11,669 $1,080,542
May 30 Vancouver Rogers Arena 13,604 / 13,604 $1,210,342
List of European concerts[1][32][33][34]
Date
(2019)
City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance
(Tickets sold / total available)
Revenue
September 26 Berlin Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena Bright Light Bright Light 11,599 / 12,311 $1,266,973
September 28 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 10,192 / 12,400 $1,110,853
September 30 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 9,576 / 10,750 $1,092,907
October 3 Munich Germany Olympiahalle Bright Light Bright Light
KidCutUp
10,218 / 10,943 $1,111,549
October 5 Cologne Lanxess Arena 13,855 / 14,153 $1,336,597
October 7 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle Crimer
KidCutUp
10,092 / 10,642 $1,209,739
October 9 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion 6,806 / 9,854 $1,017,272
October 11 Mannheim Germany SAP Arena Bright Light Bright Light
KidCutUp
7,868 / 8,192 $910,550
October 13 Hamburg Barclaycard Arena 9,919 / 11,000 $1,072,640
October 15 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena 13,015 / 13,015 $1,699,053
October 17 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena 27,025 / 27,025 $2,274,898
October 20 London England The O2 Arena Paul Young
KidCutUp
28,440 / 31,092 $4,383,106
October 21
October 24 Manchester Manchester Arena 11,900 / 13,611 $1,855,063
October 26 Birmingham Arena Birmingham 11,296 / 13,255 $1,699,422
October 28 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro 10,703 / 11,701 $1,673,094
October 30 Leeds England First Direct Arena 9,407 / 11,206 $1,557,972
November 1 Dublin Ireland 3Arena Paul Young 7,905 / 8,323 $1,374,840
November 3 Belfast Northern Ireland SSE Arena Spring Break 7,199 / 7,650 $935,368
List of North American concerts (2019–2020)[1][5][35][33][36][37][38]
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance
(Tickets sold / total available)
Revenue
November 19, 2019 Portland United States Moda Center Nile Rodgers
Chic
13,399 / 13,399 $1,634,061
November 21, 2019 San Francisco Chase Center 13,115 / 13,115 $1,739,513
November 23, 2019 Glendale Gila River Arena 12,936 / 12,936 $1,608,662
November 25, 2019 Denver Pepsi Center 11,402 / 11,402 $1,212,663
November 27, 2019 Chicago United Center 12,161 / 12,161 $1,270,763
November 29, 2019 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena 12,450 / 12,450 $1,212,479
December 3, 2019 New York City United States Madison Square Garden 27,495 / 27,495 $3,842,660
December 4, 2019
December 6, 2019 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 12,430 / 12,430 $1,469,074
December 8, 2019 Boston TD Garden 11,511 / 11,511 $1,378,938
December 10, 2019 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 8,638 / 8,638 $1,069,268
December 13, 2019 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 11,829 / 11,829 $1,466,665
December 15, 2019 Houston Toyota Center 11,640 / 11,640 $1,518,495
December 17, 2019 San Antonio AT&T Center 12,666 / 12,666 $1,535,735
December 19, 2019 Dallas American Airlines Center 13,312 / 13,312 $1,809,893
March 6, 2020 El Paso Don Haskins Center N/A N/A
March 8, 2020 Edinburg Bert Ogden Arena N/A N/A
March 10, 2020 Bossier City CenturyLink Center N/A N/A
Total for tour 933,526 / 958,130 $112,476,116

Cancelled shows[edit]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
May 21, 2019 Winnipeg Canada Bell MTS Place Illness[39][40]
March 18, 2020 Birmingham United States Legacy Arena Arena renovation during the rescheduled Fall 2020 leg
September 8, 2020[a] Tampa Amalie Arena COVID-19 pandemic[42]
September 10, 2020[b] Pensacola Pensacola Bay Center
September 12, 2020[c] North Charleston North Charleston Coliseum
September 14, 2020[d] Cincinnati Heritage Bank Center
September 16, 2020[e] Memphis FedExForum
September 18, 2020[f] Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena
September 20, 2020[g] North Little Rock Simmons Bank Arena
September 22, 2020[h] Green Bay Resch Center
September 24, 2020[i] Madison Kohl Center
September 26, 2020[j] Fargo Fargodome
September 28, 2020[k] Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena
September 30, 2020[l] Wichita Intrust Bank Arena
October 2, 2020[m] Kansas City Sprint Center
October 4, 2020[n] Casper Casper Events Center
October 6, 2020[o] Billings First Interstate Arena
October 8, 2020 [p] Nampa Ford Idaho Center
October 10, 2020[q] Spokane Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
October 12, 2020 [r] Everett Angel of the Winds Arena
October 14, 2020[s] Sacramento Golden 1 Center
October 17, 2020[t] Salt Lake City Vivint Arena
November 12, 2020[u] Lincoln Pinnacle Bank Arena
December 5, 2020[v] Miami American Airlines Arena

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The concert on September 8, 2020, at the Amalie Arena in Tampa was originally scheduled to take place on March 26, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][41]
  2. ^ The concert on September 10, 2020, at the Pensacola Bay Center in Pensacola was originally scheduled to take place on March 22, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][43]
  3. ^ The concert on September 12, 2020, at the North Charleston Coliseum in North Charleston was originally scheduled to take place on March 20, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][44]
  4. ^ The concert on September 14, 2020, at the Heritage Bank Center in Cincinnati was originally scheduled to take place on April 7, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][45]
  5. ^ The concert on September 16, 2020, at the FedExForum in Memphis was originally scheduled to take place on March 16, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][46]
  6. ^ The concert on September 18, 2020, at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City was originally scheduled to take place on March 12, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][47]
  7. ^ The concert on September 20, 2020, at the Simmons Bank Arena in North Little Rock was originally scheduled to take place on March 14, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][48]
  8. ^ The concert on September 22, 2020, at the Resch Center in Green Bay was originally scheduled to take place on April 13, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][49]
  9. ^ The concert on September 24, 2020, at the Kohl Center in Madison was originally scheduled to take place on April 9, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][50]
  10. ^ The concert on September 26, 2020, at the Fargodome in Fargo was originally scheduled to take place on April 11, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][51]
  11. ^ The concert on September 28, 2020, at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines was originally scheduled to take place on April 16, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][52]
  12. ^ The concert on September 30, 2020, at the Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita was originally scheduled to take place on April 22, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][53]
  13. ^ The concert on October 2, 2020, at the Sprint Center in Kansas City was originally scheduled to take place on April 18, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][54]
  14. ^ The concert on October 4, 2020, at the Casper Events Center in Casper was originally scheduled to take place on April 24, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][55]
  15. ^ The concert on October 6, 2020, at the First Interstate Arena in Billings was originally scheduled to take place on April 26, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][56]
  16. ^ The concert on October 8, 2020, at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa was originally scheduled to take place on April 30, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][57]
  17. ^ The concert on October 10, 2020, at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena in Spokane was originally scheduled to take place on May 2, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the [[[COVID-19 pandemic in the United States|COVID-19 pandemic]].[13][58]
  18. ^ The concert on October 12, 2020, at the Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett was originally scheduled to take place on May 4, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][59]
  19. ^ The concert on October 14, 2020, at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento was originally scheduled to take place on May 6, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.[13][60]
  20. ^ The concert on October 17, 2020, at the Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City was originally scheduled to take place on April 28, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][61]
  21. ^ The concert on November 12, 2020, at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln was originally scheduled to take place on April 20, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.[13][62]
  22. ^ The concert on December 5, 2020, at the American Airlines Arena in Miami was originally scheduled to take place on March 24, 2020, but was postponed, and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][63]

Personnel[edit]

Adapted from the Here We Go Again Tour program credits.[64]

  • Cher – lead vocals
  • Nick Cua – tour director
  • Ollie Marland – musical director
  • Bob Mackie – costume designer

Band

  • Ollie Marland and Darrell Smith – keyboards
  • Joel Hoekstra / Ben Mauro – guitar
  • Ashley Reeves – Bass
  • Jason Sutter – drums
  • Jodi Katz – background vocals
  • Nikki Tillman – background vocals
  • Jenny Douglas-Foote – background vocals

Dancers

  • Ferly Prado – dancer
  • Marlon Pelayo – dancer
  • Daniel Dory – dancer
  • Melanie Lewis-Yribar – dancer
  • Jamal Story – dancer
  • Ben Bigler – dancer
  • Britta Grant – dancer
  • Bailey Swift – dancer
  • Sumayah McRae – dancer
  • SheilaJoy Burford – dancer
  • Dujuan Smart Jr. – dancer
  • Ryan Ramírez- dancer

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