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Songs in A Minor Tour

Songs in A Minor Tour
Tour by Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys.jpg
Keys performing during her 2002 tour.
Associated album Songs in A Minor
Start date January 22, 2001
End date August 30, 2002
Legs 2
No. of shows 58 in North America
Box office $10 million
Alicia Keys concert chronology

Songs in A Minor Tour was a concert tour set out in support of Songs in A Minor, Alicia Keys multi-platinum debut album. Dates for this summer concert tour of North America as well as Europe kicked off January 22, 2001 in Wallingford, Conn. before wrapping up August 30, 2002 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Contents

Opening actsEdit

SetlistEdit

  1. "Beethoven's 5th Symphony"
  2. "Rock Wit U" (contains elements of "Juicy (The Notorious B.I.G. song)")
  3. "The Life"
  4. "How Come You Don't Call Me"
  5. "Troubles"
  6. "Challenge" (DJ vs Band)
  7. "Moonlight Sonata" / "Aint Misbehavin"
  8. "Piano and I"
  9. "Goodbye"
  10. "Never Felt This Way"
  11. "Why Do I Feel So Sad"
  12. "Butterflyz"
  13. "Caged Bird"
  14. "A Song For You"
  15. "Someday We'll All Be Free"
  16. "Fragile" [A]
  17. Spanish Dance Segment [B]
  18. "Mr. Man"
  19. "Jane Doe"
  20. "Shhh"
  21. "A Woman's Worth"
  22. "Light My Fire" [B]
  23. "Girlfriend" (contains elements of "That Girl (Stevie Wonder song)")
  24. "Fallin'"

Notes

  • A^ Only performed on first leg.
  • B^ Only performed on second leg.

Tour datesEdit

Date City Country Venue
First leg
January 22, 2001 Wallingford United States Oakdale Theatre
January 23, 2001 Washington, D.C. D.A.R. Constitution Hall
January 25, 2001 Upper Darby Tower Theater
January 26, 2001 Boston Orpheum Theatre
January 28, 2001 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
January 29, 2001 Detroit United States State Theatre
January 30, 2001 Cleveland State Theatre
February 1, 2001 New York City Radio City Music Hall
February 2, 2001
February 4, 2001 Columbus Palace Theatre
February 5, 2001 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
February 7, 2001 Chicago Arie Crown Theater
February 8, 2001
February 11, 2001 Richmond Landmark Theatre
February 12, 2001 Charlotte Ovens Auditorium
February 15, 2001 Orlando Hard Rock Live
February 16, 2001 Atlanta The Tabernacle
February 18, 2001 New Orleans Saenger Theatre
February 19, 2001 Houston Aerial Theatre
February 20, 2001 Dallas Bronco Bowl
February 22, 2001 Denver Fillmore Auditorium
February 28, 2001 Los Angeles Wiltern Theatre
March 1, 2001
March 3, 2001 Oakland Paramount
March 4, 2001
March 6, 2001 Tempe Gammage Auditorium
March 8, 2001 Las Vegas Aladdin Hotel
March 10, 2001 San Diego Copley Symphony Hall
Second leg
July 2, 2002 New Orleans United States Louisiana Superdome
July 6, 2002 Clarkston Pine Knob
July 8, 2002 Toronto Canada Sears Theatre
July 10, 2002 Boston United States Fleet Boston Pavilion
July 11, 2002
July 13, 2002 Uncasville Mohegan Sun
July 16, 2002 Holmdel Township PNC Bank Arts Center
July 17, 2002 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheatre
July 19, 2002 Camden Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
July 20, 2002 Atlantic City Etess Arena at Taj Mahal
July 22, 2002 Atlanta Chastain Park Amphitheatre
July 24, 2002 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
July 26, 2002 Tempe Gammage Auditorium
July 27, 2002 Las Vegas Aladdin Hotel & Casino
July 30, 2002 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
July 31, 2002
August 1, 2002 Paso Robles California Mid-State Fair
August 4, 2002 San Diego Summer Pops at Navy Pier
August 5, 2002 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara County Bowl
August 7, 2002 Sacramento Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
August 8, 2002 Concord Chronicle Pavilion
August 10, 2002 Seattle KeyArena
August 11, 2002 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place Concert Bowl
August 12, 2002 Portland United States Theatre of the Clouds
August 16, 2002 Louisville Kentucky State Fair
August 17, 2002 Des Moines Iowa State Fair
August 18, 2002 Kansas City Starlight Theatre
August 20, 2002 Memphis Orpheum Theatre
August 21, 2002 Maryland Heights UMB Bank Pavilion
August 23, 2002 Saint Paul Minnesota State Fair
August 25, 2002 Syracuse New York State Fair
August 27, 2002 Allentown Great Allentown State Fair
August 29, 2002 Columbia Merriweather Post
August 30, 2002 Virginia Beach American Music Festival

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