Mid Summer Nights Dream Tour

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Mid Summer Nights Dream Tour
Tour by Donna Summer
Start date June 1996
End date November 1996
Legs 2
Donna Summer concert chronology

The Mid Summer Nights Dream Tour was a world tour by singer Donna Summer. The popularity of her previous year's Endless Summer Tour resulted in this tour, and the staging included copies of Ms. Summer's paintings. In this tour's version of "Dim All the Lights" she told the story of how she wrote the song for Rod Stewart, and then chickened out before approaching him. She sang the song both as she envisioned him singing it, and her own up-tempo version.

Set list[edit]

  1. Video Intro / I Feel Love (Instrumental)
  2. This Time I Know It's for Real
  3. Once Upon a Time (Theme) / Could It Be Magic
  4. On the Radio
  5. No Ordinary Love Song
  6. Someone to Watch Over Me
  7. Part of Your World (duet with Brooklyn and Amanda Sudano)
  8. My Man Medley
  9. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (duet with Mary Bernard)
  10. Heaven Knows
  11. Fred Astaire
  12. Riding Through the Storm
  13. I Don't Wanna Work That Hard
  14. Dim All the Lights
  15. She Works Hard for the Money
  16. Bad Girls
  17. Hot Stuff
  18. My Life
  19. Love's About to Change My Heart
  1. Encore, Last Dance

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
1996 Ledyard, Connecticut United States Foxwoods Resort Casino
1996 Atlantic City, New Jersey Trump Plaza
1996 Wallingford, Connecticut Oakdale Theatre
1996 Wantagh, New York Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
1996 Holmdel, New Jersey PNC Bank Arts Center
1996 Hershey, Pennsylvania Star Pavilion
1996 Vienna, Virginia Wolf Trap
1996 Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Palace Theater
1996 Greenville, South Carolina Peace Center
1996 Atlanta, Georgia Chastain Park
1996 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Mann Center for the Performing Arts
1996 Hyannis, Massachusetts Cape Cod Melody Tent
JULY 28,1996 Warwick, Rhode Island Warwick Musical Theatre
1996 Boston, Massachusetts Bank of America Pavilion
1996 Buffalo, New York Shea's Performing Arts Center
1996 Indianapolis, Indiana
1996 Columbus, Ohio State Theatre
1996 Rosemont, Illinois Rosemont Theatre
1996 Merrillville, Indiana Star Plaza Theatre
1996 Clarkston, Michigan DTE Energy Music Theatre
1996 Cleveland, Ohio Nautica Stage
1996 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Benedum Center
1996 San Diego, California San Diego Civic Theatre
1996 Cerritos, California Cerritos Center
1996 Paradise, Nevada Las Vegas Hilton