Hilary Duff concert tours

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This is a description of the concert tours that American singer-songwriter Hilary Duff has embarked on during her professional career.

Metamorphosis Tour[edit]

Metamorphosis Tour
Tour by Hilary Duff
HDuff 2004TourPoster.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Associated album Metamorphosis
Start date November 17, 2003 (2003-11-17)
End date March 21, 2004 (2004-03-21)
Legs 3
No. of shows 29 in North America
Hilary Duff concert chronology

The Metamorphosis Tour is the first concert tour by the American pop singer Hilary Duff. The tour supported Duff's studio album Metamorphosis. The concert at the Ventura Theatre was filmed and released on Hilary Duff: The Concert – The Girl Can Rock.

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Girl Can Rock"
  2. "Little Voice"
  3. "Come Clean"
  4. "Sweet Sixteen"
  5. "Anywhere But Here"
  6. "Metamorphosis"
  7. "Where Did I Go Right"
  8. "Love Just Is"
  9. "The Math"
  10. "Workin' It Out"
  11. "Party Up"
Encore
  1. "My Generation"
  2. "So Yesterday"
  3. "Why Not"


Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America [1][2][3]
November 17, 2003 Phoenix United States Celebrity Theatre
November 19, 2003 Santa Cruz The Catalyst
November 20, 2003 Petaluma Phoenix Theater
November 21, 2003 Ventura Ventura Theatre
November 28, 2003 Reading Sovereign Performing Arts Center
November 29, 2003 Pittston The Staircase
November 30, 2003 Norfolk Norva Theatre
December 1, 2003 Tampa Morsani Hall
December 2, 2003[A] Kansas City Uptown Theater
December 3, 2003[B] Grand Prairie NextStage Performance Theater
December 4, 2003[C] Houston Reliant Arena
December 5, 2003[D] Los Angeles Staples Center
December 6, 2003[E] Denver Fillmore Auditorium
December 8, 2003[D] Minneapolis Target Center
December 11, 2003[D] New York City Madison Square Garden
December 12, 2003[D] Camden Susquehanna Bank Center
December 15, 2003[D] Lowell Tsongas Arena
December 16, 2003 West Palm Beach Sound Advice Amphitheatre
January 24, 2004 Baton Rouge Baton Rouge River Center Arena
January 25, 2004 San Diego Cox Arena
February 7, 2004 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center
February 28, 2004 Sacramento ARCO Arena
February 29, 2004 Reno Lawlor Events Center
March 14, 2004 Hamilton Canada Copps Coliseum
March 16, 2004 Cleveland United States CSU Convocation Center
March 17, 2004 Evansville Roberts Municipal Stadium
March 18, 2004 North Little Rock Alltel Arena
March 19, 2004 Beaumont Ford Arena
March 21, 2004 Laredo Laredo Entertainment Center
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A Mix 93.3 Jingle Jam V
B 106.1 Kiss FM Kissmas Jingle Ball[4]
C KRBE 104 Jingle Jam
D Jingle Ball[5][6]
E 95.7 KISSmas Snow Ball

Most Wanted Tour[edit]

Most Wanted Tour
Tour by Hilary Duff
HDuff 2004SpainConcertsPoster.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Associated album Hilary Duff
Start date July 20, 2004 (2004-07-20)
End date January 29, 2005 (2005-01-29)
Legs 4
No. of shows 63 in North America
2 in Europe
3 in Asia
2 in Australia
70 Total
Hilary Duff concert chronology

The Most Wanted Tour is the second concert tour by the American pop singer Hilary Duff. The tour supported Duff's studio album, Hilary Duff. The tour was a moderate success, practically selling out each arena prior to the show.

Opening acts[edit]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "The Girl Can Rock"
  2. "Little Voice"
  3. "Weird"
  4. "Come Clean"
  5. "Anywhere But Here"
  6. "Metamorphosis"
  7. "So Yesterday"
  8. "Haters"
  9. "Where Did I Go Right?"
  10. "Do You Want Me?"
  11. "Workin' it Out"
  12. "Why Not"
  13. "Party Up"
  14. "Rock This World"
  15. "Fly"
  16. "The Getaway"
  17. "Our Lips Are Sealed"
  18. "My Generation"
  19. "The Math"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[9][10]
July 20, 2004 Worcester United States Worcester's Centrum Centre
July 21, 2004 Philadelphia Wachovia Center
July 22, 2004 Fairfax Patriot Center
July 24, 2004 Hershey Giant Center
July 25, 2004 East Rutherford Continental Airlines Arena
July 26, 2004 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
July 27, 2004 Pittsburgh Petersen Events Center
July 29, 2004 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 30, 2004 Rosemont Allstate Arena
July 31, 2004 Milwaukee Bradley Center
August 1, 2004 Minneapolis Target Center
August 3, 2004 St. Charles Family Arena
August 4, 2004 Indianapolis Conseco Fieldhouse
August 5. 2004 Nashville Gaylord Entertainment Center
August 7, 2004 Charlotte Cricket Arena
August 8, 2004 Duluth The Arena at Gwinnett Center
August 9, 2004 Greenville BI-LO Center
August 11, 2004 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
August 12, 2004 Tampa USF Sun Dome
August 13, 2004 Sunrise Office Depot Center
August 15, 2004 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
August 18, 2004 Austin Frank Erwin Center
August 19, 2004 Grand Prairie Nokia Live
August 20, 2004 Lubbock United Spirit Arena
August 21, 2004 Norman Lloyd Noble Center
August 22, 2004 Valley Center Britt Brown Arena
August 25, 2004 Salt Lake City Delta Center
August 26, 2004 Nampa Idaho Center Arena
August 31, 2004 Oakland The Arena in Oakland
September 1, 2004 Fresno Save Mart Center
September 2, 2004 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
September 3, 2004 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
September 5, 2004 Phoenix Dodge Theatre
September 8, 2004 Portland Rose Garden
September 9, 2004 Seattle KeyArena
September 10, 2004 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
September 12, 2004 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
Europe[11]
September 13, 2004[A] Leganés Spain Plaza de Toros La Cubierta
September 14, 2004[A] Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
Asia[3]
October 18, 2004 Osaka Japan Zepp Osaka
October 20, 2004 Tokyo Zepp Tokyo
October 21, 2004
Australia[8]
October 27, 2004 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena
October 28, 2004 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
North America[12][13]
October 30, 2004 Honolulu United States Blaisdell Arena
December 1, 2004[B] Salt Lake City Delta Center
December 4, 2004[B] Sacramento ARCO Arena
December 5, 2004[C] Tacoma Tacoma Dome
December 8, 2004[D] Trenton Sovereign Bank Arena
December 10, 2004[B] New York City Madison Square Garden
December 12, 2004[B] Sunrise Office Depot Center
January 4, 2005 Kelowna Canada Prospera Place
January 6, 2005 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
January 7, 2005 Edmonton Rexall Place
January 8, 2005 Saskatoon Credit Union Centre
January 10, 2005 Winnipeg MTS Centre
January 13, 2005 Kitchener Kitchener Memorial Auditorium
January 14, 2005 Toronto Air Canada Centre
January 15, 2005 Ottawa Corel Centre
January 16, 2005 Montreal Bell Centre
January 18, 2005[E] Washington, D.C. United States D.C. Armory
January 19, 2005 Ottawa Canada Corel Centre
January 20, 2005 Toronto Air Canada Centre
January 21, 2005 Hamilton Copps Coliseum
January 22, 2005 Rochester United States Blue Cross Arena
January 24, 2005 Albany Pepsi Arena
January 25, 2005 Bridgeport Arena at Harbor Yard
January 27, 2005 Manchester Verizon Wireless Arena
January 28, 2005 Atlantic City Etess Arena
January 29, 2005 Wilkes-Barre Wachovia Arena at Casey Plaza
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A Malas.Pop Festival
B Jingle Ball[14]
C Jingle Bell Bash[15]
D Winter Wonder Jam
E America's Future Rocks Today—A Call to Service[16]
F Spring Break Stampede[17]
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
August 23, 2004 Denver, Colorado Magness Arena Cancelled

Still Most Wanted Tour[edit]

Still Most Wanted Tour
Tour by Hilary Duff
Associated album Most Wanted
Start date July 12, 2005 (2005-07-12)
End date July 30, 2006 (2006-07-30)
Legs 6
No. of shows 55 in North America
7 in Australia
13 in Europe
3 in Asia
78 Total
Hilary Duff concert chronology

The Still Most Wanted Tour is the third concert tour by American singer-songwriter Hilary Duff. The tour promoted her first greatest hits compilation, Most Wanted. Tour dates were canceled in Latin America. The tour was a success with the tour being sold out at over 80%.

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Wake Up"
  2. "The Getaway"
  3. "Do You Want Me?"
  4. "Underneath This Smile"
  5. "Come Clean"
  6. "Anywhere but Here"
  7. "Who's That Girl?"
  8. "Someone's Watching over Me"
  9. "Mr. James Dean"
  10. "Hide Away"
  11. "Beat of My Heart"
  12. "Cry"
  13. "I Am"
  14. "Party Up"
  15. "Fly"
  16. "Break My Heart"
  17. "Little Voice"
  18. "So Yesterday"
  19. "Rock This World"

Tour dates[edit]

Duff performing in Amsterdam
Date City Country Venue
North America[18][19]
July 12, 2005 Los Angeles United States Greek Theatre
July 13, 2005 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre
July 16, 2005 Greenwood Village Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
July 18, 2005 Mankato Midwest Wireless Civic Center
July 19, 2005 Rosemont Allstate Arena
July 20, 2005 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
July 22, 2005 Erie Erie Civic Center
July 24, 2005 Providence Dunkin' Donuts Center
July 25, 2005 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
July 27, 2005 Richmond Richmond Coliseum
July 30, 2005 Winston-Salem LJVM Coliseum
July 31, 2005 North Charleston North Charleston Coliseum
August 2, 2005 Miami American Airlines Arena
August 3, 2005 Kissimmee Silver Spurs Arena
August 4, 2005 Estero Germain Arena
August 7, 2005 Columbus Columbus Civic Center
August 11, 2005 Kansas City Kemper Arena
August 12, 2005 Council Bluffs Mid-America Center
August 16, 2005 Peoria Carver Arena
August 19, 2005 Louisville Freedom Hall
August 20, 2005 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
August 21, 2005 Madison Alliant Energy Center
August 23, 2005 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena
August 24, 2005 Columbus Nationwide Arena
August 26, 2005 Charleston Charleston Civic Center Coliseum
August 27, 2005 Baltimore 1st Mariner Arena
August 30, 2005 East Rutherford Continental Airlines Arena
September 1, 2005 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
September 2, 2005 Allentown Allentown Fair Concert Venue
September 3, 2005 Geddes New York State Fair Grandstand
September 23, 2005 Kelseyville Konocti Field Amphitheater
September 25, 2005 Puyallup Puyallup Fair Grandstand
November 13, 2005 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum
Australia
December 2, 2005 Adelaide Australia Adelaide Entertainment Centre
December 3, 2005 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
December 5, 2005 Canberra Royal Theatre
December 7, 2005 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
December 9, 2005 Wollongong Wollongong Entertainment Centre
December 10, 2005 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
December 11, 2005 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
North America[20]
January 4, 2006 Victoria Canada Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
January 6, 2006 Kelowna Prospera Place
January 7, 2006 Vancouver Pacific Coliseum
January 9, 2006 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
January 10, 2006 Red Deer ENMAX Centrium
January 11, 2006 Edmonton Rexall Place
January 13, 2006 Regina Brandt Centre
January 14, 2006 Saskatoon Credit Union Centre
January 15, 2006 Winnipeg MTS Centre
January 18, 2006 Sudbury Sudbury Community Arena
January 20, 2006 Hamilton Copps Coliseum
January 21, 2006 London John Labatt Centre
January 22, 2006 Toronto Air Canada Centre
January 25, 2006 Moncton Moncton Coliseum
January 26, 2006 Saint John Harbour Station
January 30, 2006 Halifax Halifax Metro Centre
February 1, 2006 Montreal Bell Centre
February 2, 2006 Ottawa Corel Centre
Europe
April 21, 2006 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
April 23, 2006 Glasgow Scotland Clyde Auditorium
April 25, 2006 Manchester England Manchester Evening News Arena
April 26, 2006 Brighton Brighton Centre
April 27, 2006 London HMV Hammersmith Apollo
April 29, 2006 Birmingham National Indoor Arena
April 30, 2006 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
May 2, 2006 Paris France Le Grand Rex
May 5, 2006 Badalona Spain Palau Municipal d'Esports de Badalona
May 6, 2006 Madrid Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas
May 7, 2006 Valencia Palacio Velódromo Luis Puig
May 9, 2006 Milan Italy Discoteca Alcatraz
May 10, 2006
Asia
May 12, 2006 Nagpur India Tuli Royal Court
May 13, 2006 Jalandhar Gandhi Stadium
May 14, 2006 New Delhi Indira Gandhi Arena
North America
May 16, 2006 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey
May 18, 2006 Guadalajara Arena VFG
May 18, 2006 Leon Domo de la Feria
May 20, 2006 Mexico City Palacio de los Deportes
  • The January 28, 2006 show in St. John's at Mile One Stadium was canceled due to the weather.[21]
  • The May 30, 2006 show in São Paulo, Brazil at Via Funchal was canceled due Duff's throat problems. Hilary played in the same city and in the same venue two years later with her Dignity Tour.


Dignity Tour[edit]

Dignity Tour
Tour by Hilary Duff
HDuff 2008TourBanner.jpg
Associated album Dignity
Start date July 28, 2007 (2007-07-28)
End date February 3, 2008 (2008-02-03)
Legs 3
No. of shows 34 in North America
3 in South America
3 in Australia
40 Total
Hilary Duff concert chronology

The Dignity Tour is the fourth concert tour by Hilary Duff. The tour is in support of her album Dignity. Tickets for most of the leg sold out prior to the show. The tour began in Los Angeles, California on July 28, 2007 and closed in Buffalo, New York at Darien Lakes Amphitheater on September 1, 2007

Concert video[edit]

Filming of the Dignity Tour took place on August 15 at Gibson Amphitheatre. In 2010, it was released exclusively on the U.S. iTunes Store. However, most likely due to copyright laws, the iTunes video does not include the performances of any cover songs including "Our Lips Are Sealed" and "Love Is A Battlefield". As a result, Never Stop was also edited out of the footage because it samples "Major Tom (Coming Home)".

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Play With Fire"
  2. "Danger"
  3. "Come Clean"
  4. "The Getaway"
  5. "Dignity"
  6. "Gypsy Woman"
  7. "Someone's Watching Over Me"
  8. "Beat of My Heart"
  9. "Our Lips Are Sealed"
  10. "Why Not"
  11. "So Yesterday"
  12. "With Love"
  13. "Never Stop" (samples "Major Tom (Coming Home)").
  14. "Wake Up"
  15. "I Wish"
  16. "Love Is a Battlefield"
  17. "Outside of You"
  18. "Fly"
  19. "Happy"
  20. "Dreamer"
  21. "Reach Out"
  22. "Stranger"

Tour dates[edit]

Duff performing in Toronto
Date City Country Venue
North America[22]
July 28, 2007 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre
July 30, 2007 Saskatoon Credit Union Centre
July 31, 2007 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
August 1, 2007 Edmonton Rexall Place
August 3, 2007 Vancouver Pacific Coliseum
August 4, 2007 Victoria Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
August 6, 2007 Everett United States Everett Events Center
August 7, 2007 Portland Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
August 11, 2007 Concord Sleep Train Pavilion
August 12, 2007 Fresno Saroyan Theatre
August 14, 2007 San Diego SDSU Open Air Theatre
August 15, 2007 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheatre
August 17, 2007 Anaheim The Grove of Anaheim
August 18, 2007 Las Vegas Pearl Concert Theater
August 19, 2007 Phoenix Dodge Theatre
August 21, 2007 Greenwood Village Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
August 23, 2007 Minneapolis U.S. Bank Theater
August 25, 2007 Louisville Palace Theatre
August 27, 2007 New York City Radio City Music Hall
August 29, 2007 Geddes Mohegan Sun Grandstand
August 30, 2007 Boston Bank of America Pavilion
August 31, 2007 Allentown Allentown Fairgrounds Grandstand
September 1, 2007 Darien Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
September 4, 2007 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
September 5, 2007 Ottawa Scotiabank Place
September 6, 2007 Hamilton Copps Coliseum
September 8, 2007 Toronto Air Canada Centre
September 10, 2007 London John Labatt Centre
September 11, 2007 Sault Ste. Marie Steelback Centre
September 12, 2007 Chicago United States Charter One Pavilion
January 12, 2008 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey
January 14, 2008 Puebla Auditorio Siglo XXI
January 16, 2008 Zapopan Auditorio Telmex
January 18, 2008 Mexico City Palacio de los Deportes
South America
January 21, 2008 São Paulo Brazil Via Funchal
January 22, 2008
January 24, 2008 Rio de Janeiro Vivo Rio
Australia
January 31, 2008 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
February 2, 2008 Sydney Acer Arena
February 3, 2008 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena

References[edit]

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