My World Tour

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My World Tour
Tour by Justin Bieber
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Promotional poster for the tour
Associated album My World
My World 2.0
Start date June 23, 2010
End date October 19, 2011
Legs 8
No. of shows 127
Box office US $53.3 million ($56.16 in 2016 dollars)[1]
Justin Bieber concert chronology

The My World Tour was the debut concert tour by Canadian recording artist Justin Bieber. It is Bieber's first concert tour which supports his two-part debut album My World and My World 2.0. The tour was officially announced on March 16, 2010, a week before My World 2.0 was released. The tour has multiple legs with the supporting acts of Mindless Behavior, Sean Kingston and Jessica Jarrell on North American dates and pop girl group The Stunners also joined the tour for the first twenty dates. Rising Sony recording artist Jasmine Villegas joined the tour as opening act for the second leg. The first leg of the tour is estimated to have grossed $35.6 million post inflation. The tour made a total of $53,341,886 worldwide.[2]

The tour was officially announced on March 16, 2010, a week before the release of his second studio album, My World 2.0.[3] In an interview with the Houston Chronicle, when asked about what fans could expect on the tour, Bieber stated, "I want to show that I love to perform. There are going to be some cool tricks, some electronic things that haven't been seen before, for sure."[4]

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Love Me"
  2. "Bigger"
  3. "U Smile"
  4. "Runaway Love"
  5. "Never Let You Go"
  6. "Favorite Girl"
  7. "One Less Lonely Girl"
  8. "Somebody to Love"
  9. "Overboard"
  10. "Never Say Never"
  11. "Up"
  12. "One Time"
  13. "That Should Be Me"
  14. "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" / "Walk This Way" (Medley)
  15. "Eenie Meenie"
  16. "Down to Earth"
  17. "Baby"

Setlist per official tour book.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Tickets sold / Available Gross revenue
North America
June 23, 2010 Hartford United States XL Center 13,132 / 13,132 (100%) $385,790[5]
June 24, 2010 Trenton Sun National Bank Center 7,523 / 7,523 (100%) $266,285[5]
June 26, 2010 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena 10,758 / 12,780 (90%) $405,545[5]
June 27, 2010[A] Milwaukee Summerfest 21,772 / 28,572 (86%) $723,549[5]
June 29, 2010 Minneapolis Target Center 14,717 / 14,717 (100%) $339,226[5]
June 30, 2010 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena 9,399 / 9,650 (97%) $232,560[5]
July 2, 2010 Moline iWireless Center 10,610 / 22,000 (58%) $393,090[5]
July 3, 2010 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha 11,682 / 12,093 (94%) $224,563[5]
July 5, 2010 Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie 6,000 / 9,000 (66%) $103,550[5]
July 6, 2010 Tulsa BOK Center 12,993 / 12,993 (100%) $384,810[5]
July 8, 2010 Broomfield 1stBank Center 6,207 / 6,207 (100%) $315,185[5]
July 10, 2010 West Valley City Maverik Center 10,362 / 10,362 (100%) $187,135[5]
July 13, 2010 Everett Comcast Arena at Everett 8,588 / 8,588 (100%) $110,172[5]
July 14, 2010 Portland Moda Center 13,244 / 13,244(100%) $345,598[5]
July 17, 2010 Oakland Oracle Arena 14,555 / 14,555 (100%) $293,921[5]
July 18, 2010 Reno Reno Events Center 6,583 / 6,583 (100%) $116,022[5]
July 20, 2010 Los Angeles Microsoft Theater 6,673 / 6,673 (100%) $245,602[5]
July 23, 2010[B] Paso Robles California Mid State Fair 14,162 / 14,162 (100%) $312,960[5]
July 24, 2010 Las Vegas The AXIS 6,808 / 6,808 (100%) $238,836[5]
July 25, 2010 Glendale Gila River Arena 13,818 / 13,818 (100%) $256,446[5]
July 28, 2010 Kansas City Sprint Center 14,481 / 14,481 (100%) $307,701[5]
July 29, 2010 North Little Rock Verizon Arena 13,676 / 15,800 (83%) $214,854[5]
July 30, 2010 Boyne City Boyne Mountain 5,750 / 5,750 (100%) $180,567[5]
July 31, 2010 Memphis FedExForum 13,750 / 14,750 (90%) $407,795[5]
August 1, 2010 Lafayette Cajundome 10,438 / 10,438 (100%) $346,195[5]
August 4, 2010 Orlando Amway Arena 12,225 / 12,225 (100%) $235,713[5]
August 5, 2010 Sunrise BB&T Center 14,104 / 14,104 (100%) $141,848[5]
August 8, 2010 Charlotte Time Warner Cable Arena 15,263 / 15,263 (100%) $256,795[5]
August 9, 2010 Duluth Infinite Energy Arena 10,588 / 10,588 (100%) $313,420[5]
August 11, 2010 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14,345 / 14,345 (100%) $394,350[5]
August 12, 2010 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 14,490 / 14,490 (100%) $239,505[5]
August 14, 2010 Columbus Jerome Schottenstein Center 14,056 / 14,056 (100%) $348,820[5]
August 15, 2010 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 15,667 / 15,667 (100%) $502,008[5]
August 21, 2010 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre 15,859 / 15,859 (100%) $448,791[5]
August 22, 2010 London Budweiser Gardens 9,154 / 9,154 (100%) $237,765[5]
August 24, 2010 Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre 14,284 / 14,284 (100%) $351,081[5]
August 25, 2010 Albany United States Times Union Center 12,536 / 12,536 (100%) $361,464[5]
August 27, 2010 Providence Dunkin' Donuts Center 9,679 / 9,679 (100%) $241,009[5]
August 28, 2010 Newark Prudential Center 13,942 / 13,942 (100%) $239,255[5]
August 31, 2010 New York City Madison Square Garden 14,529 / 14,529 (100%) $378,946[5]
September 1, 2010[C] Syracuse New York State Fair Grandstand 16,787 / 16,787 (100%) $537,275[5]
September 3, 2010 Essex Junction The Champlain Valley Expo 8,048 / 9,422 (85%) $370,660[5]
September 4, 2010[D] Allentown Allentown Fairgrounds 10,242 / 10,242 (100%) $489,858[5]
September 5, 2010[E] Timonium Timonium Race Track 12,540 / 12,540 (100%) $295,650[5]
September 14, 2010 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre 12,422 / 12,422 (100%) $436,175[5]
September 16, 2010 Regina Brandt Center 6,747 / 6,747 (100%) $348,641[5]
September 17, 2010 Saskatoon SaskTel Centre 13,059 / 13,059 (100%) $349,066[5]
September 19, 2010 Edmonton Rexall Place 13,874 / 13,874 (100%) $280,140[5]
September 20, 2010 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome 13,893 / 13,893 (100%) $508,161[5]
October 8, 2010 Honolulu United States Neal S. Blaisdell Center 15,721 / 27,700 (61%) $603,809[5]
October 19, 2010 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena 14,899 / 14,899 (100%) $269,285[5]
October 22, 2010 Sacramento United States Sleep Train Arena 9,498 / 13,498 (70%) $285,272[5]
October 24, 2010 Ontario Citizens Business Bank Arena 8,482 / 8,482 (100%) $193,283[5]
October 25, 2010 Los Angeles Staples Center 13,572 / 13,572 (100%) $535,512[5]
October 27, 2010 Anaheim Honda Center 11,882 / 11,882 (100%) $490,781[5]
October 28, 2010 San Jose SAP Center 11,605 / 12,411 (94%) $393,838[5]
October 30, 2010 San Diego Valley View Casino Center 11,424 / 11,424 (100%) $267,494[5]
November 3, 2010 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena 11,702 / 12,316 (95%) $274,602[5]
November 5, 2010 San Antonio AT&T Center 14,663 / 14,663 (100%) $318,098[5]
November 6, 2010 Houston Toyota Center 13,352 / 13,352 (100%) $467,082[5]
November 8, 2010 St. Louis Scottrade Center 14,471 / 14,471 (100%) $207,896[5]
November 10, 2010 Louisville KFC Yum! Center 15,943 / 15,943 (100%) $374,638[5]
November 11, 2010 Cleveland Wolstein Center 10,431 / 10,616 (98%) $229,266[5]
November 13, 2010 Norfolk Norfolk Scope 9,286 / 9,286 (100%) $263,586[5]
November 14, 2010 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 15,614 / 15,614 (100%) $613,257[5]
November 16, 2010 Boston TD Garden 14,080 / 14,080 (100%) $543,180[5]
November 17, 2010 East Rutherford Izod Center 16,394 / 16,394 (100%) $657,502[5]
November 20, 2010 Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall 13,481 / 13,481 (100%) $503,831[5]
November 22, 2010 Montreal Canada Bell Centre 16,260 / 16,260 (100%) $412,580[5]
November 23, 2010 Toronto Air Canada Centre 16,639 / 16,639 (100%) $377,432[5]
December 9, 2010 Manchester United States Verizon Wireless Arena 9,300 / 9,300 (100%) $232,290[5]
December 13, 2010 Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center 13,957 / 13,957 (100%) $304,568[5]
December 15, 2010 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum 14,603 / 14,603 (100%) $500,618[5]
December 16, 2010 Greenville Bon Secours Wellness Arena 11,769 / 11,769 (100%) $377,074[5]
December 18, 2010 Miami American Airlines Arena 14,167 / 14,167 (100%) $393,312[5]
December 19, 2010 Tampa Amalie Arena 14,270 / 14,270 (100%) $489,300[5]
December 22, 2010 Birmingham Legacy Arena 13,773/ 13,773 (100%) $367,628[5]
December 23, 2010 Atlanta Philips Arena 14,045 / 14,045 (100%) $423,881[5]
Europe
March 4, 2011 Birmingham England Barclaycard Arena 25,956 / 26,000 N/A
March 5, 2011
March 8, 2011 Dublin Ireland 3Arena 14,500 / 14,500 N/A
March 11, 2011 Liverpool England Echo Arena Liverpool 11,908 / 12,000 N/A
March 12, 2011 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena 10,953 / 11,000 N/A
March 14, 2011 London The O2 Arena 16,020 / 17,620 (89%) $581,519[5]
March 16, 2011
March 17, 2011
March 21, 2011 Manchester Manchester Arena 10,575 / 10,575 N/A
March 23, 2011 Sheffield Motorpoint Arena Sheffield 10,000 / 10,000 N/A
March 24, 2011 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena Nottingham 9,150 / 9,150 N/A
March 26, 2011 Oberhausen Germany König Pilsener Arena 9,500 / 9,500 N/A
March 27, 2011 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam 11,000 / 11,000 N/A
March 29, 2011 Paris France AccorHotels Arena 12,350 / 12,350 N/A
March 30, 2011 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 13,536 / 13,536 (100%) $496,566[5]
April 1, 2011 Herning Denmark Jyske Bank Boxen 10,567 / 10,690 N/A
April 2, 2011 Berlin Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena 10,023 / 10,600 N/A
April 5, 2011 Madrid Spain Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad 8,235 / 8,550 N/A
April 6, 2011 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi 9,236 / 9,860 N/A
April 8, 2011 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion 12,242 / 13,000 N/A
April 9, 2011 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum 8,346 / 8,900 N/A
Asia
April 14, 2011 Tel Aviv Israel Yarkon Park 14,789 / 21,500 N/A
April 19, 2011 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium 9,467 / 10,000 N/A
April 21, 2011 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Stadium Merdeka 11,205 / 17,000 N/A
April 23, 2011 Bogor Indonesia Sentul City International Convention Center 10,500 / 10,500 N/A
Oceania
April 26, 2011 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre 11,065 / 11,065 (100%) $651,750[5]
April 28, 2011 Sydney Sydney Super Dome 29,481 / 29,481 (100%) $692,460[5]
May 2, 2011 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 25,538 / 25,538 (100%) $807,360[5]
May 3, 2011
May 5, 2011 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre 10,000 / 10,000 N/A
May 7, 2011 Perth Burswood Dome 13,900 / 13,900 N/A
Asia
May 10, 2011 Pasay Philippines SM Mall Of Asia Concert Grounds 13,145 / 15,000 N/A
May 13, 2011 Hong Kong Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Arena 10,971 / 11,150 N/A
May 15, 2011 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena 13,100 / 13,100 N/A
May 18, 2011 Osaka Japan Zepp Osaka 2,530 / 2,530 N/A
May 19, 2011 Tokyo Nippon Budokan 8,500 / 8,500 N/A
North America
September 30, 2011 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey 13,000 / 13,000 N/A
October 1, 2011 Mexico City Foro Sol 94,449 / 106,028 (89%) $827,190[5]
October 2, 2011
South America
October 5, 2011 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Estádio Olímpico João Havelange 46,533 / 57,189 (81%) $518,920[5]
October 6, 2011
October 8, 2011[F] São Paulo Estádio do Morumbi 71,683 / 78,910 (91%) $237,520[5]
October 9, 2011[G]
October 10, 2011 Porto Alegre Estádio Beira-Rio 20,698 / 48,675 (43%) $462,800[5]
October 12, 2011 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio River Plate 66,386 / 80,386 (86%) $309,000[5]
October 13, 2011
October 15, 2011 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional 71,457 / 73,000 (90%) $302,000[5]
October 17, 2011 Lima Peru Lima Estadio Nacional 18,923 / 33,769 (80%) $216,450[5]
October 19, 2011 Caracas Venezuela Estadio de Fútbol de la USB 13,039 / 15,591 (84%) $287,670[5]
TOTAL 798,690 / 821,197 (80%) $53,341,886

Recordings and broadcasting[edit]

All concerts were professionally filmed for venue projection because of the audience in back rows, but filmed with just one angle. The concert in New York City, United States on August 31, 2010 was filmed with different cameras and lots of angles for Bieber's 3D movie, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.

The October 8, 2011 concert in São Paulo, Brazil was filmed with different cameras and angles professionally. Later, this concert was broadcast on television in Brazil but some songs are skipped.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Community Development Project. "Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–". Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Retrieved October 21, 2016. 
  2. ^ Sehdev, Jeetendr (July 19, 2013). "What brands can learn from Justin Bieber and his 'Beliebers'". The Guardian. Retrieved September 15, 2015. 
  3. ^ Bertoldi, Melanie (2010-03-16). "Justin Bieber Announces 'My World' Tour, First Headlining Trek". Nielsen Business Media. Retrieved 2010-10-03. 
  4. ^ "Justin Bieber talks Rodeo, Beyoncé, Chuck Norris". Houston Chronicle. 2010-03-18. Retrieved 2010-03-18. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm "Billboard Boxscore". Billboard. May 5, 2011. Archived from the original on April 12, 2011. Retrieved May 9, 2011. 

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