List of Kelly Clarkson promotional tours

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The following is a comprehensive list of American pop artist, Kelly Clarkson's promotional tours. For the singer's concert tours, see List of Kelly Clarkson concert tours.

2003: Kelly Clarkson in Concert[edit]

Kelly Clarkson in Concert
Promotional tour by Kelly Clarkson
Associated album Thankful
Start date August 6, 2003 (2003-08-06)
End date August 16, 2003 (2003-08-16)
Legs 1
Number of shows 8
Kelly Clarkson concert chronology

Kelly Clarkson in Concert is a promotional tour by American pop rock artist, Kelly Clarkson. The tour supported her debut album, Thankful. Primarily visiting the United States, the singer played state and county fairs, along with theatres. Stops in California were cancelled due to illness and were unable to be rescheduled. Clarkson's setlist composed of songs from her album and covers from Aretha Franklin, Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, Bonnie Raitt, Aerosmith and No Doubt. The tour was proposed to include Japan and the United Kingdom, however, it did not come to fruition.[1]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Low"
  2. "What's Up Lonely"
  3. "Some Kind of Miracle"
  4. "You Thought Wrong"
  5. "Just Missed the Train"
  6. "How Will I Know" - (Whitney Houston cover)
  7. "Love Takes Time" - (Mariah Carey cover)
  8. "Why Haven't I Heard from You" - (Reba cover)
  9. "Somewhere Other Than the Night" - (Garth Brooks cover)
  10. "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" - (Aretha Franklin cover)
  11. "Spiderwebs" - (No Doubt cover)
  12. "Eat the Rich" - (Aerosmith cover)
  13. "Something to Talk About" - (Bonnie Raitt cover)
  14. "Thankful"
Encore
  1. "Miss Independent"
  2. "A Moment Like This"

Source:[2]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[3]
August 6, 2003 La Crosse United States La Crosse Center
August 8, 2003[A] Indianapolis Marsh Grandstand
August 9, 2003[B] West Allis Miller Time Main Stage
August 10, 2003 Davenport Adler Theatre
August 12, 2003[C] Midland Midland County Fairgrounds
August 14, 2003[D] Hamburg Buffalo.com Grandstand
August 15, 2003 Clarkston DTE Energy Music Theatre
August 16, 2003[E] Escanaba Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of the "Indiana State Fair"[4]
B This concert was a part of the "Wisconsin State Fair"[5]
C This concert was a part of the "Midland County Fair"
D This concert was a part of the "Erie County Fair"[6]
E This concert was a part of the "Upper Peninsula State Fair"
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
August 26, 2005 Sacramento, California Cal Expo Amphitheater Cancelled. This concert was a part of the "California State Fair".
August 28, 2005 Lancaster, California Antelope Valley Fairgrounds Cancelled. This concert was a part of the "Antelope Valley Fair"
September 4, 2005 Madera, California Madera County Fairgrounds Cancelled. This concert was a part of the "Madera District County Fair".

2009: Kelly Clarkson: Live in Concert[edit]

Kelly Clarkson: Live in Concert
Promotional tour by Kelly Clarkson
KellyClarkson 2009PromoTourPoster.jpg
Promotional poster for UVUphoria
Associated album All I Ever Wanted
Start date March 28, 2009 (2009-03-28)
End date September 12, 2009 (2009-09-12)
Legs 1
Number of shows 28 in North America
1 in Europe
29 Total
Kelly Clarkson concert chronology

Kelly Clarkson: Live in Concert also known as the All I Ever Wanted Summer Fair Tour, is a promotional tour by American pop artist, Kelly Clarkson. The tour promoted her fourth studio album, All I Ever Wanted. For the tour, Clarkson played at state and county fairs, along with, radio and college festivals in the United States and England.

Opening acts[edit]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "All I Ever Wanted"
  2. "Miss Independent"
  3. "I Do Not Hook Up"
  4. "Some Guys Have All The Luck" - (Rod Stewart cover) *Changed to "Some Girls Have All The Luck"
  5. "Don't Let Me Stop You"
  6. "Breakaway"
  7. "If I Can't Have You"
  8. "Never Again"
  9. "Behind These Hazel Eyes"
  10. "Walking After Midnight" - (Patsy Cline cover)
  11. "Cry"
  12. "I Want You"
  13. "Whyyawannabringmedown"
  14. "Because of You"
  15. "Walk Away"
  16. "Since U Been Gone"
Encore
  1. "Already Gone"
  2. "If"Janet Jackson cover)
  3. "My Life Would Suck Without You"


Notes
  • During the concert in Thackerville, Clarkson performed "The Greatest Man I Never Knew"
  • "Whyyawannabringmedown" and "If" were not performed in York and Allegan.

Source:[11]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[12]
March 28, 2009[A] Orlando United States Universal Music Plaza Stage
April 29, 2009[B] Tucson Arizona Stadium
May 4, 2009[C] Boston House of Blues
May 9, 2009[D] Irvine Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
May 14, 2009[E] Prior Lake Mystic Showroom
May 16, 2009[F] East Rutherford Izod Center
Europe
June 7, 2009[G] London England Emirates Stadium
North America[12][13]
June 11, 2009[H] Orem United States Brent Brown Ballpark
June 13, 2009[I] Bridgeview Toyota Park
July 3, 2009 Indio Fantasy Springs Special Events Center
July 5, 2009[J] Del Mar Heineken Grandstand
July 9, 2009[K] Calgary Canada Pengrowth Saddledome
July 23, 2009[L] Costa Mesa United States Pacific Amphitheatre
July 24, 2009[M] Paso Robles Main Grandstand Arena
July 26, 2009 Kelseyville Konocti Field Amphitheater
July 29, 2009[N] Columbus Celeste Center
August 1, 2009[O] Harrington Wilmington Trust Grandstand
August 7, 2009[P] Clearfield Clearfield County Fairgrounds
August 10, 2009 Billings Rimrock Auto Arena
August 14, 2009[Q] Indianapolis Hoosier Lottery Grandstand
August 15, 2009[R] Springfield Illinois State Fairgrounds Grandstand
August 20, 2009[S] Louisville Freedom Hall
August 22, 2009[T] Des Moines Iowa State Fair Grandstand
August 27, 2009[U] Geddes Mohegan Sun Grandstand
September 3, 2009[V] Allentown Allentown Fairgrounds
September 4, 2009[W] Essex Junction Coca-Cola Grandstand
September 6, 2009 Thackerville WinStar Global Event Center
September 11, 2009[X] York Toyota Grandstand
September 12, 2009[Y] Allegan Allegan County Fairgrounds
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
August 30, 2009 Falcon Heights, Minnesota Minnesota State Fairgrounds Cancelled.[38] This concert was a part of the "Minnesota State Fair".[39]

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets sold / Available Gross revenue
Allentown Fairgrounds Allentown 5,141 / 10,537 (49%) $221,078 [40]

See also[edit]

List of Kelly Clarkson concert tours

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