Witness: The Tour

Witness: The Tour was the fourth concert tour by American singer Katy Perry, in support of her fifth studio album, Witness (2017).[1] The tour began on September 19, 2017, in Montreal, Canada, and concluded on August 21, 2018, in Auckland, New Zealand. Perry visited North America, South America, Asia, Europe, Africa and Oceania.

Witness: The Tour
Tour by Katy Perry
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Promotional poster for the tour
Associated albumWitness
Start dateSeptember 19, 2017 (2017-09-19)
End dateAugust 21, 2018 (2018-08-21)
No. of shows115
Box office$83.4 million
Katy Perry concert chronology

At the end of 2017, the tour placed at number 77 on Pollstar's "2017 Year-End Top 100 Worldwide Tours" list, estimating that it grossed $28.1 million and that 266,300 people attended throughout the year.[2] In July 2018, Pollstar ranked the tour on number 14 at the Mid Year Top 100 Worldwide Tours 2018 with $48.8 million and 577,617 of tickets sold in 54 shows.[3] In December 2018, Pollstar ranked the tour at number 29 with $55.3 million gross and 633,827 tickets sold in 52 shows.[4]

According to Forbes, Perry played 80 dates of her Witness: The Tour in Forbes' June-to-June timeframe, grossing over $1 million per night.[5] In 2019, the magazine said that she moved $1 million per show during their 2019 timeframe.[6] It brings a total of $83.4 million from 115 shows.


The stage for the tour with the eye-related imagery

Perry first announced on May 15, 2017, that her fifth album Witness would be released on June 9, 2017, and that she would embark on Witness: The Tour in support of it. Copies of the album are included along with the purchased tickets.[7] During the North American leg of the tour, one dollar from each ticket purchased will go to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and fans will also have a chance to win free tickets by doing volunteer work for that organization via Global Citizen.[8] The tour was originally scheduled to begin in Columbus on September 7, 2017. However, Perry revealed on August 17, that due to production delays, the tour had been rescheduled to begin on September 19, 2017. She also announced that Noah Cyrus, Purity Ring and Carly Rae Jepsen would respectively serve as opening acts from September 19 to November 1; November 7 to December 20; and January 5, 2018, to February 5, 2018.[9] The singer later added a final Canadian date for February 6 with Jepsen.[10]

On June 2, 2017, a week prior the release of Witness, European dates were announced.[11] An extra date for London, Amsterdam, Paris as well as dates in Barcelona and Lisbon (this one part of the Rock In Rio festival)[12] were later added. On March 6, 2018, Perry announced that Tove Styrke and Hailee Steinfeld will be the opening acts in Europe. Styrke will open the shows from May 23 until June 10, while Steinfeld from June 14 to June 28.[13]

In July 2017, it was revealed that the tour will then visit Oceania from July 2018 to August 2018.[14] In July 2017, three additional Australian dates were added following popular demand, resulting in 14 shows scheduled during the leg.[15] On May 9, 2018, Perry announced two more shows, one in Adelaide and one in Sydney.[16]

In October 2017, she announced three concerts in Mexico the following May taking place on the 3rd, 8th, and 11th.[17] An additional concert for the country in Monterrey was added for May 9 after the first one sold out, and another show in Mexico City was added the following month for Mexico City on May 4. Other dates in Latin America were later added to the itinerary, including shows in Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Peru.

Perry also visited Asia between March and April 2018 and Africa in July 2018.

Witness: Coming Home

On March 13, 2018, Perry announced Witness: Coming Home, a benefit concert that will be held in her hometown of Santa Barbara, California, which will benefit those who are still recovering from the aftermath of the 2017 California wildfires and 2018 Southern California mudflows. Perry partnered with the Santa Barbara Foundation, the 93108 Fund and The 805 UndocuFund, which all help in assisting members of the community in the Santa Barbara area through grants and various philanthropic efforts.[18]

Concert synopsis

Perry performing at Madison Square Garden, New York City in October 2017

Shortly before the show begins, the stage's eye-shaped screen displays a video of Perry's eye for a few moments. The eye transforms into a galaxy and a journey through outer space is shown, leading to a red-colored planet. The screen opens to reveal Perry riding upon a star-shaped structure, wearing a bejeweled and hooded red outfit with sunglasses. She performs the chorus of "Witness", followed by "Roulette" which she sings on top of giant climbable dice. "Dark Horse" is then sung, with Perry and her dancers atop of moving platforms. Perry performs "Chained to the Rhythm" next, with large puppets dressed in suits and sporting televisions for heads moving around the stage. A video interlude is played that shows a clock running backwards alongside childhood photos of Perry, as her backing singers perform portions of "Act My Age". Perry emerges wearing a pantsuit with a grid design, while her dancers wear shape-themed outfits. "Teenage Dream" is performed, which culminates in Perry and her dancers performing synchronised choreography while sitting on a floating cuboid. Perry removes her jacket to reveal an LED top that displays the lyrics of "Hot n Cold" as Perry performs the song with an electric guitar. "Hot n Cold" transitions into "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)", which Perry and her backing singers perform at the front of the stage. Puppets in the shape of flamingos are guided around the stage by dancers during this number. Perry's female dancers wear paper doll cut-outs of her most memorable outfits during "California Gurls", and she is also joined by the Left Shark that featured in her Super Bowl XLIX halftime show. Perry and the Left Shark then typically bring out an oversized telephone, with which Perry calls someone close to her, such as her parents. Giant lips emerge from behind the stage, which Perry is lifted inside while performing "I Kissed a Girl".

Perry and dancers performing "Bon Appétit"

An interlude is played, which features Perry floating through space. The stage is adorned with huge roses, and Perry emerges wearing a black-and-white, polka dot latex outfit. She performs "Déjà Vu", followed by "Tsunami", during which she dances on a rotating pole. Venus flytrap props are added to the stage, and Perry sings "E.T." as she is joined onstage by a dancer in stilts, dressed as an alien insect. "Bon Appétit" is performed next. Towards the end of the song, jeweled flies are attached to Perry's costume and she lies on a leaf, while dancers pour glitter on her from oversized salt and pepper shakers. The performance samples a portion of Janet Jackson's song "What Have You Done for Me Lately", which Perry performs with her backing singers. Perry exits the stage for a short time, while multi-colored planets descend from the venue's ceiling, and Perry emerges from a planet wearing a crystal-covered gown and wig. She sings "Thinking of You" / "Wide Awake" with an acoustic guitar as the planet she is sitting on flies around the venue. After performing "Save as Draft", Perry then moves to the Drop Zone, an area of the stage in which she is closest to fans. She invites a fan to join her on stage before singing "Power", at the end of which Perry is given angel wings.

The next segment of the show is introduced with a video interlude showing Perry wearing a motorcycle helmet. She appears from behind the stage riding a motorcycle and wearing a striped blue outfit, and performs "Hey Hey Hey", followed by "Part of Me". A huge basketball net appears on stage for "Swish Swish", which Perry sings alongside dancers holding inflatable basketballs. Perry interrupts the song to hold an impromptu basketball game, during which she competes against a father of a young attendee from the audience. She finishes the song joined by her dancers on trampolines. "Roar" is performed next, while a large lion's head emerges from behind the screen. Perry returns to sing "Firework" for the encore, which she performs wearing a sequined purple gown on top of a hand that rises from beneath the stage. Fireworks erupt on stage during the number. At the end of the song, the hand closes up with Perry inside as she ends the show.

Critical reception

Jon Caramanica from The New York Times said that the show was "game, wacky, mildly overcompensatory" with an "impeccable" set design, although he thought that the "new material" she performed was "among her weakest". He praised Perry's onstage charisma and despite he thought that her live vocals were often "low in the mix", he complimented the acoustic performances when the singer sat down and played on a guitar.[19] Jeffrey Lee Puckett from USA Today praised the visuals of the show, including the "non-stop blur of explosive lights, video, huge puppets, dancers, giant basketball goals, confetti and robot Venus flytraps". However, he felt the setlist was a "less successful" aspect of the show, adding "Perry's new songs from her Witness album don't have the sharpness or pop exuberance of her older material, instead just kind of sliding into a generic beat-per-minute muddle."[20] Jordan Zivitz from the Montreal Gazette said that "extra production time could have been used to adjust some visuals whose juxtapositions and statements were as confused as they were colourful", but complimented Perry's stage presence, adding that "the energy was certainly there, with the singer staying in constant motion on a multi-stage set for two hours."[21]

Commercial performance

At the end of 2017, the tour placed at number 77 on Pollstar's "2017 Year-End Top 100 Worldwide Tours" list, estimating that it grossed $28.1 million and that 266,300 people attended throughout the year.[22]

The tour is the third best-selling female tour in the United Kingdom in 2018, according to StubHub, only behind Taylor Swift and Britney Spears.[23]

Set list

Perry closing the show with "Firework"

This set list is from the show on January 19, 2018, in Glendale. It is not intended to represent all concerts for the tour.[24]

  • "Wide Awake" was not performed during the first shows. Moreover, on selected dates, Perry performed "Save as Draft" and "Hey Hey Hey" before "Power" and "Part of Me" respectively.[25]
  • On October 6, 2017 in New York City, Perry performed an acoustic version of "Part of Me" before "Power", rather than later in the show as a dedication to her fans for coming after the 2017 Las Vegas shooting.[26][27]
  • On selected dates in South America, Perry performed "Unconditionally" in place of "Thinking of You". Moreover, during the concert in Rio de Janeiro, Perry dedicated the performance of "Power" to Marielle Franco, who died the week before, and called Franco's relatives onstage to express her condolences.[28]
  • From the first show in Saitama onwards, Perry performed "Into Me You See" in place of "Thinking of You".[29]
  • On selected dates, Perry performed "Pendulum" before "Firework", as part of the encore.[30]
  • On June 22, 2018 in Manchester, Perry performed "By the Grace of God" in place of "Into Me You See" as a dedication to the city due to the Manchester Arena bombing. She also dedicated "Firework" to the 22 victims of the attack.[31]
  • On June 28, 2018 in Barcelona, Perry performed a cover of "One of Us" by Joan Osborne in place of "Into Me You See".[32]

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, amount of available tickets, and gross revenue
Dates Cities Countries Venues Opening act(s) Attendance Revenues
Leg 1 — North America[1][8][33]
September 19, 2017[a] Montreal Canada Bell Centre Noah Cyrus N/A N/A
September 21, 2017 Uncasville United States Mohegan Sun Arena 6,334 / 6,554 $1,704,881
September 22, 2017 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 8,577 / 12,163 $752,651
September 24, 2017[b] Columbus Schottenstein Center N/A N/A
September 25, 2017 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena
September 29, 2017 Boston TD Garden
September 30, 2017
October 2, 2017 New York City Madison Square Garden 21,688 / 22,667 $2,618,096
October 6, 2017
October 8, 2017 Newark Prudential Center 10,067 / 11,307 $1,118,597
October 9, 2017[c] Quebec City Canada Videotron Centre N/A N/A
October 11, 2017 Brooklyn United States Barclays Center 9,055 / 11,712 $1,002,705
October 12, 2017[d] Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center N/A N/A
October 16, 2017 Louisville KFC Yum! Center
October 18, 2017 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
October 22, 2017 St. Louis Scottrade Center
October 24, 2017 Chicago United Center
October 25, 2017
October 27, 2017 Kansas City Sprint Center
October 31, 2017[e] Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
November 1, 2017[e]
November 7, 2017 Los Angeles United States Staples Center Purity Ring
November 8, 2017
November 10, 2017
November 14, 2017 San Jose SAP Center
November 24, 2017 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena
November 26, 2017 Denver Pepsi Center
November 28, 2017 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha
November 29, 2017 Tulsa BOK Center
December 1, 2017 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
December 2, 2017 Des Moines Wells Fargo Arena
December 4, 2017 Milwaukee BMO Harris Bradley Center
December 6, 2017 Detroit Little Caesars Arena
December 7, 2017 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
December 9, 2017 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse
December 10, 2017 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena
December 12, 2017 Atlanta Philips Arena 8,782 / 10,580 $950,017
December 15, 2017 Tampa Amalie Arena N/A N/A
December 17, 2017 Orlando Amway Center
December 20, 2017 Miami American Airlines Arena
December 31, 2017 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates du Arena Martin Avari N/A N/A
Leg 1 — North America[1][8][10][35]
January 5, 2018 New Orleans United States Smoothie King Center Carly Rae Jepsen N/A N/A
January 7, 2018 Houston Toyota Center 9,655 / 10,432 $1,139,385
January 10, 2018 San Antonio AT&T Center N/A N/A
January 12, 2018 North Little Rock Verizon Arena
January 14, 2018 Dallas American Airlines Center
January 19, 2018 Glendale Gila River Arena
January 20, 2018 Paradise T-Mobile Arena 12,944 / 13,947 $1,230,517
January 31, 2018 Sacramento Golden 1 Center N/A N/A
February 2, 2018 Portland Moda Center
February 3, 2018 Tacoma Tacoma Dome 17,136 / 17,970 $1,436,723
February 5, 2018 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena N/A N/A
February 6, 2018
Leg 2 — South America[1]
March 8, 2018 Santiago Chile Pista Atlética Estadio Nacional Augusto Schuster N/A N/A
March 11, 2018 Buenos Aires Argentina Club Ciudad Lali
March 14, 2018 Porto Alegre Brazil Arena do Grêmio[f] Valéria
Bebe Rexha
March 17, 2018 São Paulo Allianz Parque Bebe Rexha
March 18, 2018 Rio de Janeiro Praça da Apoteose[g]
March 21, 2018 Lima Peru Jockey Club Parcela H
Leg 3 — Asia[1]
March 27, 2018 Saitama Japan Saitama Super Arena N/A N/A N/A
March 28, 2018
March 30, 2018 Hong Kong AsiaWorld–Arena
April 2, 2018 Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Arena
April 4, 2018 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena
April 6, 2018 Seoul South Korea Gocheok Sky Dome
April 8, 2018 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Zedd
April 10, 2018 Bangkok Thailand IMPACT Arena India Carney
April 14, 2018 Bumi Serpong Damai Indonesia Indonesia Convention Exhibition N/A
Leg 4 — North America[1]
May 3, 2018 Mexico City Mexico Arena Ciudad de México CYN N/A N/A
May 4, 2018
May 8, 2018 Monterrey Arena Monterrey
May 9, 2018
May 11, 2018 Guadalajara Arena VFG
May 19, 2018[h] Santa Barbara United States Santa Barbara Bowl N/A
Leg 5 — Europe[1][11][38]
May 23, 2018 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena Tove Styrke N/A N/A
May 24, 2018 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
May 26, 2018 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
May 27, 2018
May 29, 2018 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
May 30, 2018
June 1, 2018 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion 12,000 / 12,000 $1,046,880
June 2, 2018 Bologna Italy Unipol Arena N/A N/A
June 4, 2018 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
June 6, 2018 Berlin Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena
June 8, 2018 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena
June 10, 2018 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
June 14, 2018 London England The O2 Arena Hailee Steinfeld 25,913 / 29,609 $2,194,680
June 15, 2018
June 18, 2018 Birmingham Arena Birmingham N/A N/A
June 19, 2018 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
June 21, 2018 Liverpool Echo Arena
June 22, 2018 Manchester Manchester Arena
June 24, 2018 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro 11,274 / 11,453 $911,064
June 25, 2018 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena N/A N/A
June 28, 2018 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
June 30, 2018[i] Lisbon Portugal Parque da Bela Vista N/A
Leg 6 — Africa[1]
July 18, 2018 Johannesburg South Africa Ticketpro Dome The Dolls
Elle B
July 20, 2018
July 21, 2018
Leg 7 — Oceania[1][15][16][39]
July 24, 2018 Perth Australia Perth Arena Starley 22,633 / 22,992 $1,978,590
July 25, 2018
July 28, 2018 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre N/A N/A
July 30, 2018
July 31, 2018
August 2, 2018 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
August 3, 2018
August 5, 2018
August 8, 2018 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre Zedd
August 10, 2018
August 13, 2018 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena
August 14, 2018
August 16, 2018
August 17, 2018
August 20, 2018 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena
August 21, 2018
Total 176,058 / 193,386 (91%) $18,084,786

Cancelled shows

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
September 16, 2017 Buffalo United States KeyBank Center Production delays[40]
September 27, 2017 Charlotte Spectrum Center Scheduling conflict[41]



  1. ^ The September 19, 2017, concert at Bell Centre in Montreal was originally scheduled to take place on September 9, 2017, but was postponed due to "production delays".[9]
  2. ^ The September 24, 2017, concert at Schottenstein Center in Columbus was originally scheduled to take place on September 7, 2017, marking the start of the tour, but was postponed due to "production delays".[9]
  3. ^ The concert of October 9, 2017, at Videotron Centre in Quebec City was originally scheduled to take place on September 10, 2017, but was postponed due to "production delays".[9]
  4. ^ The concert of October 12, 2017, at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia was originally scheduled to take place on September 18, 2017, but was postponed due to "production delays".[9]
  5. ^ a b The concerts of October 31, 2017, and November 1, 2017, at Air Canada Centre in Toronto were originally scheduled to take place on September 12, 2017 and September 13, 2017 respectively, but were postponed due to "production delays".[9]
  6. ^ The concert of March 14, 2018 was rescheduled and relocated to Arena do Grêmio in Porto Alegre from March 15, 2018 at Pedreira Paulo Leminski in Curitiba due to high demand.[36]
  7. ^ The concert of March 18, 2018, in Rio de Janeiro was relocated to Praça da Apoteose from Barra Olympic Park.[37]
  8. ^ The concert of May 19, 2018, at Santa Barbara Bowl in Santa Barbara is part of Witness: Coming Home, a benefit concert in Perry's hometown that will benefit who are still recovering from the aftermath of the 2017 California wildfires and 2018 Southern California mudflows.[18]
  9. ^ The concert of June 30, 2018, at Parque da Bela Vista in Lisbon is part of Rock in Rio Lisboa festival.[12]


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