|Tour by Shania Twain|
Promotional poster for the tour
|Start date||25 September 2003|
|End date||10 July 2004|
|Number of shows||28 in Europe
85 in North America
|Box office||$87 million (96 shows)|
|Shania Twain concert chronology|
The Up! Tour was the second concert tour by Canadian singer–songwriter Shania Twain. It was launched in support of her fourth studio album Up! (2002). The show reached North America and Europe. According to Billboard magazine, the tour grossed $87 million from 96 reported shows between 2003 and 2004.
- Emerson Drive (North America) (select venues)
- James Otto (North America) (select venues)
- Björn Againe (Europe) (select venues)
- Marc Muller - Pedal, Steel, Guitar
- Randal Walker - Guitar
- Brent Barcus - Guitar
- Andy Cichone - Bass
- J.D. Blaire - Drums
- Roddy Chong - Fiddle, Guitar, Mandolin, Percussion
- Allison Cornell - Fiddle, Keyboards, Mandolin
- Hardy Hemphill - Keyboards, Percussion, Harmonica, Accordion
- Cory Churko - Guitar, Fiddle
Broadcasts and recordings
Before the tour commenced, Twain performed a series of free concerts in the United States and the United Kingdom. The official DVD for the Up! Tour was filmed on 27 July 2003 at Grant Park in Chicago. The performance later aired on NBC and CBC in August 2003, with the DVD released in November 2003. The performances of "She's Not Just a Pretty Face" and "It Only Hurts When I'm Breathing" were later used as music videos to promote the aforementioned singles. Up! Live in Chicago has been certified platinum by the RIAA for shipments of over 500,000 copies in the United States. It has also been certified platinum in Australia for shipments of 15 000 copies.
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