Little One Tour

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Little One Tour
Tour by Bilal
Associated album Airtight's Revenge
Start date February 2011
End date September 16, 2011
Legs 3
Bilal concert chronology
  • A Love for Sale Tour
    (2009)
  • Little One Tour
    (2011)

The Little One Tour is a concert tour by American R&B/jazz vocalist, Bilal, in support of his album Airtight's Revenge. The trek kicked off in February 2011, with shows scheduled throughout America and Europe[1] ending on September 16.[2] On June 18, the singer headlined along with other acts as part of the Stockholm Jazz Festival.[3] and performed 2 shows in South Africa in August.[4]

Opening Acts[edit]

  • N'dambi US Leg (select dates)
  • Rich Medina US Leg (select dates)

Set list[edit]

Bilal's set list changes almost every gig, however these are songs he has performed on the tour:

  1. "Free" (Intro)
  2. "Gotsta Be Cool"
  3. "For You"
  4. "Reminsce"
  5. "Love Poems"
  6. "All for Love"
  7. "Something To Hold On To"
  8. "Lord Don't Let It"
  9. "Cake & Eat It Too"
  10. "Think It Over"
  11. "Since I've Been Loving You
  12. "Sometimes"
  13. "Robots"
  14. "The Dollar"
  15. "Levels"
  16. "All Matter"
  17. "Flying"
  18. "Make Me Over"
  19. "Little One"
  20. "Tainted Love"
  21. "White Turns to Grey"
  22. "Soul Sista"

Band[edit]

  • Music Director/Drums: Steve McKie
  • Bass: Conley "Tone" Whitfield
  • Keyboards: Corey Bernhard
  • Guitar: Michael Severson
  • Background vocals: Chris Turner

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
February 14, 2011 Atlanta United States CenterStage
February 20, 2011 Montclair Lackawanna Plaza
March 5, 2011 Chicago The Shrine
Europe
April 3, 2011 Paris France Cabaret Sauvage
April 5, 2011 Ghent Belgium Concertzaal Vooruit
April 6, 2011 Cologne Germany Club Bahnhof
April 8, 2011 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
April 9, 2011 Rotterdam Heidegger
April 10, 2011 London United Kingdom The Jazz Café
North America
April 14, 2011 New York City United States S.O.B's
April 21, 2011 Washington, D.C. The Park 14th
June 5, 2011 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
Europe
June 18, 2011 Stockholm Sweden Skansen
North America
July 23, 2011 Atlanta United States Variety Playhouse
Europe
July 3, 2011 Montreux Switzerland Miles Davis Hall
North America
July 22, 2011 Birmingham United States Platinum
July 23, 2011 Atlanta CenterStage
July 24, 2011 Raleigh TJ's
July 28, 2011 Charlotte Club Tempo
July 30, 2011 Wilmington The Queen
July 31, 2011 Pittsburgh Obsessions
Africa
August 5, 2011 Johannesburg South Africa The O.S.T
August 6, 2011 Cape Town The Assembly
North America
August 12, 2011 Indianapolis United States Madame Walker Theatre Center
August 14, 2011 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion
August 17, 2011 St. Louis Old Rock House
August 19, 2011 Dallas The Door
August 20, 2011 Houston Mekong Underground
August 21, 2011 Austin Mojo's
August 22, 2011 Oakland New Parish Music Hall
August 26, 2011 Los Angeles El Rey Theatre
August 27, 2011 San Francisco Mezzanine
August 28, 2011 Sacramento Harlow's
August 29, 2011 Oakland New Parish
August 30, 2011 San Diego Anthology
August 31, 2011 Fresno Fulton 55
September 1, 2011 Costa Mesa Detroit Bar
September 2, 2011 Denver Soiled Dove
September 3, 2011 Kansas City TBA
September 4, 2011 Chicago Double Door
September 5, 2011
September 6, 2011 Cleveland Beachland Ballroom
September 8, 2011 Baltimore SoundStage
September 10, 2011 Richmond TBA
September 11, 2011 Alexandria The Birchmere
September 15, 2011 Philadelphia World Cafe Live
September 16, 2011 New York City B.B. King Blues Club

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