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The European Tour (Whitney Houston)

The European Tour was a 10-date only concert tour in Europe by American R&B/pop singer Whitney Houston. The tour started in Halle, Germany on June 20, 1998 and ended in Aschaffenburg, Germany on July 11, 1998 before the release of her fourth studio album My Love Is Your Love.

The European Tour
Tour by Whitney Houston
The 1998 European Tour Program.jpg
Tour Program Book
Associated albumNone
Start dateJune 20, 1998
End dateJuly 11, 1998
Legs1
No. of shows4 in Germany
2 in Monaco
1 in Italy
1 in Portugal
1 in France
1 in United Kingdom
10 in total
Whitney Houston concert chronology

Opening actsEdit

Set listEdit

  1. "I'm Every Woman"
  2. "So Emotional"
  3. "All the Man That I Need"
  4. "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)"
  5. Medley: "Saving All My Love for You" / "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" / "Didn't We Almost Have It All" / "Where Do Broken Hearts Go"
  6. "Queen of the Night"
  7. "Change the World" (performed by Gary Houston)
  8. Diana Ross Medley: "I'm Coming Out" / "Endless Love" (with Gary Houston) / "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" / "The Boss"
  9. "You Are So Beautiful" 1
  10. "I Love the Lord"
  11. "I Believe in You and Me" 2
  12. "I Go to the Rock"
  13. "I Will Always Love You"
  14. "Step by Step"

1 performed in Aschaffenburg, Germany
2 performed in Halle, Germany and Aschaffenburg, Germany

BandEdit

SecurityEdit

  • Alan Jacobs: Director of Security

Tour datesEdit

Date City Country Venue
Europe
June 20, 1998 Halle Germany Gerry Weber Stadion
June 21, 1998
June 23, 1998 Berlin Deutschlandhalle
June 26, 1998 Monte Carlo Monaco Monaco Sporting Club
June 27, 1998
June 29, 1998 Verona Italy Verona Arena
July 4, 1998 Lisbon Portugal Estádio José Alvalade
July 6, 1998 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
July 9, 1998 Manchester United Kingdom Nynex Arena
July 11, 1998 Aschaffenburg Germany Festplatz
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
June 30, 1998 Arnhem, Holland GelreDome Cancelled. Due to scheduling conflicts.
July 1, 1998 Rotterdam, Holland Ahoy Arena Cancelled. Due to scheduling conflicts.

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