La Luna World Tour

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La Luna World Tour
Tour by Sarah Brightman
Associated album La Luna
Start date 20 August 2000
End date 10 May 2001
Shows 71 in North America
18 in Europe
16 in Asia
3 in South America
108 in Total
Sarah Brightman concert chronology
One Night In Eden Tour
(1999)
La Luna World Tour
(2000/2001)
Harem World Tour
(2004)

La Luna World Tour was a worldwide-covering concert tour by English soprano singer Sarah Brightman supporting the Brightman's 2000s' release La Luna. Brightman was Britain's top touring artist in the United States during the North American leg of the tour. Wide success was experimented in Europe and Latin America as well. Brightman's La Luna concert tour topped anything she had previously done, with more than 108 shows playing to live audiences totaling audiences of over 500,000 and garnering rave reviews.[1][2]

Set List[edit]

Act I

La Luna Interlude I

  • Figlio Perduto
  • La Luna
  • La Califfa
  • Pie Jesu

La Luna Interlude II

20 minutes Interlude

Act II

La Luna Interlude III

Encore

Notes

  • All I Ask Of You was in the original setlist of the tour but was never performed
  • Deliver Me was the Act II opener on 2000 Tour Leg
  • A Whiter Shade of Pale was the Act II opener on the 2001 Tour Leg
  • First of May replaced There For Me and performed on the 2nd Leg of North America
  • Time To Say Goodbye was the "main set" closure on the 2nd Leg of North America

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
South America
20 August 2000 São Paulo Brazil Ibirapuera Park
21 August 2000 Via Funchal
23 August 2000 Rio de Janeiro ATL Hall
North America
15 September 2000 Ottawa Canada Corel Centre
16 September 2000 Toronto Air Canada Centre
18 September 2000 Montreal Molson Centre
19 September 2000 Portland United States Cumberland County Civic Center
20 September 2000 Rochester Blue Cross Arena
22 September 2000 New York City Madison Square Garden
23 September 2000 Atlantic City Mark G. Etess Arena
24 September 2000 Wallingford Oakdale Theater
25 September 2000 Providence PAC
26 September 2000 Lowell Lowell Memorial Auditorium
27 September 2000 Philadelphia Mann Center
29 September 2000 Washington, D.C. Patriot Center
30 September 2000 Greenville BI-LO Center
1 October 2000 Norfolk Norfolk Scope
4 October 2000 Sunrise National Car Rental Center
5 October 2000 Tampa Ice Palace
6 October 2000 Atlanta Atlanta Civic Center
8 October 2000 New Orleans Saenger Theatre
9 October 2000 Dallas Smirnoff Music Center
10 October 2000 Houston Aerial Theatre
13 October 2000 Columbus Nationwide Arena
14 October 2000 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
15 October 2000 Cleveland Gund Arena
17 October 2000 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
20 October 2000 Paradise MGM Grand Arena
21 October 2000 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl
22 October 2000 San Diego SDSU Open Air Theatre
24 October 2000 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre
25 October 2000
26 October 2000 Sacramento Arco Arena
27 October 2000 San Jose San Jose Arena
29 October 2000 Seattle KeyArena
30 October 2000 Portland Rose Garden Arena
1 November 2000 Spokane Star Theatre at Spokane Arena
2 November 2000 Vancouver Canada GM Place
4 November 2000 Edmonton Skyreach Center
6 November 2000 Calgary Saddledome
7 November 2000 Salt Lake City United States Delta Center
8 November 2000 Denver Magness Arena
11 November 2000 Chicago Arie Crown Theater
12 November 2000 St. Louis Fox Theatre
13 November 2000 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
16 November 2000 Indianapolis Conseco Fieldhouse
Europe
21 November 2000 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
22 November 2000 Stockholm Sweden Globen
25 November 2000 Gothenburg Scandinavium
26 November 2000 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen
27 November 2000 Aalborg Gigantium
30 November 2000 Tallinn Estonia Linnahall
3 December 2000 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
6 December 2000 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
7 December 2000 Mannheim Germany Mozart Saal
8 December 2000 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
10 December 2000 Munich Olympiahalle
12 December 2000 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
14 December 2000 Berlin Germany ICC
Asia
3 February 2001 Taipei Taiwan TICC
4 February 2001
7 February 2001 Tokyo Japan NHK Hall
8 February 2001
10 February 2001 Busan South Korea KBS Hall
11 February 2001
13 February 2001 Seoul Sejong Center
14 February 2001
18 February 2001 Guangzhou China Tianhe District
19 February 2001
20 February 2001 Shanghai Shanghai Gymnasium
22 February 2001 Beijing Great Hall of the People
23 February 2001
North America
3 March 2001 Paradise United States Aladdin Theatre
4 March 2001 Fresno Selland Arena
5 March 2001 San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
7 March 2001 Boise Bank of America Centre
8 March 2001 Salt Lake City Delta Center
10 March 2001 Winnipeg Canada Winnipeg Arena
12 March 2001 St. Louis United States Fox Theatre
13 March 2001 Chicago Arie Crown Theater
14 March 2001 Madison Alliant Energy Center
16 March 2001 East Lansing Breslin Student Events Center
17 March 2001 Detroit Masonic Temple Theater
18 March 2001 Milwaukee Bradley Center
20 March 2001 Hamilton Canada Copps Coliseum
21 March 2001 Buffalo United States Shea's Performing Arts Center
24 March 2001 New York City Radio City Music Hall
26 March 2001 Albany Pepsi Arena
27 March 2001 Boston Fleet Center
29 March 2001 Trenton Sovereign Bank Arena
30 March 2001 Pittsburgh Mellon Arena
31 March 2001 Cincinnati Cintas Center
2 April 2001 Orlando TD Waterhouse Centre
3 April 2001 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
4 April 2001 Miami American Airlines Arena
Asia
24 April 2001 Osaka Japan Osaka Dome
25 April 2001 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
26 April 2001
Europe
4 May 2001 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
5 May 2001 Dublin Ireland Point Arena
10 May 2001 London England Royal Albert Hall

Video release[edit]

The concert was recorded and released as video in VHS and later on DVD, entitled La Luna: Live in Concert.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Graff, Gary (6 February 2011). "Sarah Brightman – Harem". EMI Canada. xs4all. Retrieved 6 February 2011.