Live & Re-Wrapped Tour

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Live & Re-Wrapped
Tour by Gloria Estefan
Gloria Estefan Live & Re-Wrapped Tour Promo.jpg
Promotional Poster for Estefan Tour
Associated album Unwrapped
Start date July 30, 2004
End date October 10, 2004
Legs 1
No. of shows 26 in United States
Gloria Estefan concert chronology

The Live Re-Wrapped is the sixth concert tour by singer and songwriter Gloria Estefan, the tour crossed cities in the United States, and initially was slated to cross to the European continent but was cancelled.

The tour was promoted and supported by Rums of Puerto Rico, Telemundo and NBC.

Tour history[edit]

The tour was the first concert tour of Estefan in about 7 years since the Evolution World Tour; the tour was primarily created to promote the sales for the album Unwrapped. This tour was created after the success of Estefan's 2003 performances at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, called Live & Unwrapped.

The tour initially had two legs, one for the United States and the other for the European continent, slated to start in spring 2005, however the leg never was done and the concerts were given only at the stateside.

The tour set list for the show was formed by a lot of songs of the new album, however Estefan included some of her greatest English and Spanish hits. Songs from the albums Eyes Of Innocence, Gloria Estefan Greatest Hits, Abriendo Puertas and Alma Caribeña were not included.

When Estefan made an intermission just after the song "Te Amare", singer and backup vocal for Estefan, Donna Allen sang a tribute to the Miami Sound Machine singing the song "Primitive Love" from the album of the same name. In this intermission Gloria used to go backstage to change clothes to re-appear singing her smash-hit 1-2-3".

Estefan also sang a special song Cuando Sali De Cuba, a special song recorded during her childhood about the exile of her beloved Cuba.

Set list[edit]

  1. "Get on Your Feet"
  2. "Turn the Beat Around"
  3. "Here We Are"
  4. "In the Meantime"
  5. "Your Picture"
  6. "Mi Tierra" / "Oye Mi Canto (Hear My Voice)" (Medley)
  7. "Hoy" (Salsa Mix)
  8. "Con Los Años Que Me Quedan"
  9. "Wrapped"
  10. "Te Amare"
  11. Intermission (Gloria Break)
  12. "Primitive Love" (Performed by Donna Allen)
  13. "1-2-3"
  14. "Cuando Sali De Cuba" (Old Childhood Recording)
  15. "Famous"
  16. "Everlasting Love"
  17. "Heaven's What I Feel"
  18. Ballad Medley:
    1. "Words Get in the Way"
    2. "Anything for You"
    3. "Can't Stay Away from You"
    4. "Don't Wanna Lose You"
    5. "Reach"
  19. "Oye!
  20. "Rhythm Is Gonna Get You"
  21. "Conga"
  22. "Live for Loving You"
  23. "You'll Be Mine (Party Time)"
  24. "I Just Wanna Be Happy"
  25. "I Wish You"

Sources:[1]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City State Venue Attendance Revenue
North America
July 30, 2004 Hidalgo United States Dodge Arena 5,226 / 5,740 $549,512
July 31, 2004 Laredo Laredo Entertainment Center
August 3, 2004 El Paso UTEP Don Haskins Center
August 6, 2004 San Antonio SBC Center
August 8, 2004 Houston Toyota Center
August 9, 2004 Dallas American Airlines Center
August 12, 2004 Phoenix America West Arena
August 15, 2004 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond 9,258 / 11,897 $693,368
August 19, 2004 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
August 21, 2004 San Jose HP Pavilion
August 24, 2004 Denver Pepsi Center
August 27, 2004 Minneapolis Target Center
August 28, 2004 Chicago United Center 5,667 / 8,839 $513,555
August 31, 2004 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
September 1, 2004 Cleveland Gund Arena
September 4, 2004 Duluth Arena at Gwinnett Center
September 8, 2004 Washington, D.C. MCI Center
September 10, 2004 Philadelphia Wachovia Spectrum
September 11, 2004 Uncasville Mohegan Sun
September 14, 2004 Albany Pepsi Arena
September 15, 2004 Providence Dunkin' Donuts Center
September 17, 2004 Boston TD Banknorth Garden
September 18, 2004 Atlantic City Trump Taj Mahal
September 21, 2004 New York City Madison Square Garden 12,006 / 13,506 $985,405
October 9, 2004 Miami American Airlines Arena 19,380 / 26,536 $1,483,984
October 10, 2004

Additional notes[edit]

  • The concert for August 9, 2004 at Dallas was cancelled due to technical difficulties, and the show never received another date.
  • The original dates for the concerts in Miami were September 22 and 23, but these dates were postponed to October 9 and 10 due to the hurricane.

Tour credits[edit]

Miami Sound Machine[edit]

  • Randy Barlow – Musical Director / Trumpet / Keyboards
  • Clay Ostwald – Assistant Musical Director
  • Tommy Maestsu – Guitar / Vocals
  • Peter Parente – Guitar
  • Edwin Bonilla – Percussion
  • Nicolas Hernandez - Keyboards
  • Eduardo Rodriguez – Percussion
  • Archie Pena – Percussion
  • Olbin Burgos – Drums
  • Jorge Casas – Bass
  • Teddy Mulet – Trumpet / Keyboards / Trombone
  • Mike Sclagione – Sax / Flute / Clarinet
  • Tom Timko – Saxes / Clarinet
  • Doug Michaels – Trumpet
  • Donna Allen – Vocals
  • Juan "Cheito" Quinonez – Vocals
  • Yisel Duque – Vocals

Dancers[edit]

  • Paul Benshoof
  • Alex Estornel
  • Reina Hidalgo
  • Tyrone Jackson
  • Desin Jevon
  • Kira Morris
  • Mike Morris
  • Elizaneth Ramos
  • Stephanie Spanski
  • Christian Vincent

Choreography[edit]

  • Kenny Ortega – Live & Unwrapped Stage Show Director & Choreographer
  • Liz Imperio – Live & Re-Wrapped Stage Show Director & Choreographer
  • Kery Lagrand – Live & Re-Wrapped Associate Choreographer
  • Asiel Hairdson – Live & Re-Wrapped Intro choreographer for "Get on Your Feet"

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "www.GloriaEstefanMexico.com – Sitio Oficial | Official Site". Gloriaestefanmexico.com. Retrieved 2008-12-02. 

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