Love & Life Tour

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Love & Life Tour
Tour by Mary J. Blige
Associated album Love & Life
Start date April 11, 2004
End date May 16, 2004
Legs 1
Shows 26 in North America
26 in Total
Mary J. Blige concert chronology
No More Drama Tour
(2002)
Love & Life Tour
(2004)
The Breakthrough Experience Tour
(2006)

The Love & Life Tour was a concert tour by American recording artist Mary J. Blige in support of her hit album, Love & Life. The trek started on April 11 in Miami, visiting several cities throughout North America.[1]
Live from Los Angeles was a live DVD recorded from the May 9, date in Los Angeles at Universal Amphitheater.

Opening acts[edit]

Set list[edit]

  1. "You Remind Me" (Remix)
  2. "You Don't Have to Worry" (Remix)
  3. "Real Love" (Remix)
  4. "Be Happy"
  5. "Love No Limit" (Remix)
  6. "My Love"
  7. "I'm The Only Woman"
  8. "I Can Love You"
  9. "Message In Our Music" (Interlude)
  10. "Children of the Ghetto"
  11. "My Life"
  12. "Your Child"
  13. "The Love I Never Had"
  14. "Not Gon' Cry"
  15. "It's A Wrap"
  16. "Love & Life" (Background Singers Intro)
  17. "Free" (Interlude)
  18. "No More Drama"
  19. "Love @ 1st Sight"
  20. "Ooh!"
  21. "Everything"
Encore
  1. "Willing & Waiting"
  2. "Not Today"
  3. "Family Affair"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
April 11, 2004 Miami United States James L. Knight Center
April 12, 2004 Baltimore Lyric Opera House
April 13, 2004
June 15, 2000 Oakdale Oakdale Music Festival
April 15, 2004 Detroit Fox Theatre
April 16, 2004 Upper Darby Tower Theater
April 17, 2004
April 20, 2004 Richmond Landmark Theater
April 22, 2004 New York City Radio City Music Hall
April 23, 2004
April 24, 2004
April 26, 2004 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
April 27, 2004
April 28, 2004 Cleveland State Theatre
April 30, 2004 Chicago Arie Crown Theater
May 1, 2004
May 2, 2004 Minneapolis Orpheum Theatre
May 4, 2004 Las Cruces NMSU Pan American Center
May 5, 2004 Oakland Paramount Theatre
May 7, 2004
May 8, 2004 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre
May 9, 2004
May 11, 2004 Seattle Paramount Theatre
May 14, 2004 Kansas City Starlight Theatre
May 15, 2004 Dallas Next Stage
May 16, 2004 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

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