Once Upon a Time Tour

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Once Upon a Time Tour
Tour by Donna Summer
Associated albumOnce Upon a Time
Start date1977
End date1978
Legs1
Donna Summer concert chronology

Once Upon a Time Tour was a concert tour by the American singer Donna Summer that ran between 1977 and 1978. It promoted her concept album Once Upon a Time. The performance at the Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, California was recorded and released as the live album Live and More.

Set list[edit]

Act I
  1. "Overture Medley / Once Upon A Time Introduction
  2. "Could It Be Magic"
  3. "Try Me, I Know We Can Make It"
  4. "Only One Man"
  5. "I Remember Yesterday"
  6. "Love's Unkind"
  7. My Man Medley
    1. "The Man I Love"
    2. "I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)"
    3. "Some of These Days"
  8. "The Way We Were"
  9. "If You Got It, Flaunt It"
  10. "A Man Like You"
  11. "Mimi's Song"
Act II
  1. "Once Upon a Time"
  2. "Fairy Tale High"
  3. "Faster And Faster To Nowhere"
  4. "Spring Affair"
  5. "Winter Melody"
  6. "I Love You"
  7. "Happily Ever After"
  8. "One Of A Kind" (Performed on selected dates)
  9. "Love to Love You Baby"
  10. "I Feel Love"
  11. "Summer Fever" (Performed on selected dates)
  12. "Last Dance"
  13. "Rumour Has It"
  14. "A Song For You"

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Philadelphia United States Schubert Theater
Stateline, Nevada Sahara Tahoe
March 30 Pittsburgh Stanley Theater
Baltimore Painters Mills Music Fair
Wantagh, New York Jones Beach Theater
New York City Felt Forum
Boston Orpheum Theatre
Columbia, Maryland Merriweather Post Pavilion
Cherry Hill, New Jersey Latin Casino
July 4-9 Devon, Pennsylvania Valley Forge Music Fair
November 24–26 Sunrise, Florida Sunrise Musical Theater
Atlanta Atlanta Civic Center
Paradise, Nevada Las Vegas Hilton
Stateline, Nevada Sahara Tahoe
June 15 San Diego Fox Theatre
June 17–19 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheater
July 22 San Carlos, California Circle Star Theater
Chicago Auditorium Theatre
Highland Heights, Ohio Front Row Theatre
August 3–4 East Troy, Wisconsin Alpine Valley Music Theatre
Niles, Illinois Mill Run Playhouse
October 21 Montreal Canada Montreal Forum
October 23 Ottawa Ottawa Civic Centre

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