List of Avril Lavigne concert tours


List of Avril Lavigne concert tours

The following is a chronological list of Canadian recording artist, Avril Lavigne's concert tours. For Lavigne's promotional tours, see List of Avril Lavigne promotional tours.

Contents

Try to Shut Me Up Tour

Try to Shut Me Up Tour

Promotional poster for tour
Tour by Avril Lavigne
Associated album Let Go
Start date December 5, 2002 (2002-12-05)
End date June 4, 2003 (2003-06-04)
Legs 5
Shows 43 in North America
4 in Asia
19 in Europe
4 in Australia
Avril Lavigne tour chronology
Try to Shut Me Up Tour
(2002-03)
Bonez Tour
(2004-05)

The Try to Shut Me Up Tour is the debut concert tour by Canadian recording artist, Avril Lavigne. Beginning in December 2002, the tour support the singer's debut studio album, Let Go. The trek played 70 dates in North America, Asia, Europe and Australia. The concert was chronicled on the video set, My World. Filmed at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York, the DVD features the full-length concert, music videos, a behind the scenes featurette and a live CD.

Opening acts

Setlist

  1. "Sk8er Boi"
  2. "Nobody's Fool"
  3. "Mobile"
  4. "Anything But Ordinary"
  5. "Losing Grip"
  6. "Naked"
  7. "Too Much to Ask"
  8. "I Don't Give"
  9. "Basket Case"
  10. "My World"
  11. "I'm with You"
  12. "Complicated"
  13. "Unwanted"
  14. "Tomorrow"
  15. "Knockin' on Heaven's Door"
  16. "Things I'll Never Say"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America[5][6]
December 5, 2002[A] Buffalo United States HSBC Arena
December 7, 2002 Baltimore Bohager's Nightclub
December 12, 2002[B] New York City Madison Square Garden
December 14, 2002 Atlanta The Tabernacle
December 15, 2002[B] Miami American Airlines Arena
December 17, 2002[C] Denver Pepsi Center
December 19, 2002[B] Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
December 20, 2002 Modesto State Theatre
December 21, 2002[D] Tacoma Tacoma Dome
January 6, 2003 Hartford Connecticut Expo Center
January 12, 2003[E] Washington, D.C. Nation
January 14, 2003 Columbus Veterans Memorial Auditorium
January 15, 2003 Kansas City Kansas City Memorial Hall
Asia[6]
January 23, 2003 Suntec City Singapore Suntec Singapore Theatre
January 27, 2003 Seoul South Korea Millennium Hall
Europe[5][6]
March 3, 2003 Copenhagen Denmark Vega Musikkens Hus
March 4, 2003 Oslo Norway Rockefeller Music Hall
March 6, 2003 Stockholm Sweden Annexet
March 8, 2003 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique
March 9, 2003 Berlin Germany Columbiahalle
March 10, 2003 Cologne Palladium Köln
March 12, 2003 Munich Zénith
March 13, 2003 Milan Italy Discoteca Alcatraz Milano
March 14, 2003 Zurich Switzerland Volkshaus
March 16, 2003 Hamburg Germany Congress Center Hamburg
March 17, 2003 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
March 18, 2003 Paris France Zénith de Paris
March 20, 2003 Birmingham England Birmingham Academy
March 21, 2003 Manchester Manchester Apollo
March 22, 2003 Glasgow Scotland Barrowland Ballroom
March 24, 2003 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
March 25, 2003 London England Brixton Academy
March 26, 2003
March 27, 2003
North America[6][7]
April 9, 2003 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
April 10, 2003 Ottawa Corel Centre
April 11, 2003 Montreal Bell Centre
April 13, 2003 London John Labatt Centre
April 15, 2003 Cleveland United States CSU Convocation Center
April 16, 2003 Pittsburgh Petersen Events Center
April 17, 2003 Indianapolis Conseco Fieldhouse
April 19, 2003 Chicago UIC Pavilion
April 20, 2003 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
April 21, 2003 Winnipeg Canada Winnipeg Arena
April 23, 2003 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
April 24, 2003 Edmonton Skyreach Centre
April 26, 2003 Vancouver Pontiac Theatre
April 27, 2003 Portland United States Veterans Memorial Coliseum
April 28, 2003 Tacoma Tacoma Dome
April 30, 2003 San Jose HP Pavilion at San Jose
May 1, 2003 Long Beach Long Beach Arena
May 2, 2003 Phoenix Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum
May 4, 2003 Dallas Fair Park Coliseum
May 5, 2003 San Antonio Freeman Coliseum
May 6, 2003 Houston Reliant Arena
May 8, 2003 Duluth Gwinnett Civic Center Arena
May 9, 2003 St. Louis Savvis Center
May 10, 2003 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
May 12, 2003 Fairfax Patriot Center
May 13, 2003 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
May 15, 2003 Lowell Tsongas Arena
May 16, 2003
May 17, 2003 Philadelphia First Union Spectrum
May 18, 2003 Buffalo HSBC Arena
Asia[8]
May 27, 2003 Osaka Japan Zepp Osaka
May 29, 2003 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
Australia[8]
June 1, 2003 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena
June 2, 2003 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
June 3, 2003
June 4, 2003 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of the "Kiss 98.5 Kissmas Bash[9]
B These concerts were a part of the "Jingle Ball"[10]
C This concert was a part of the "95.7 Kissmas Ball"[11]
D This concert was a part of the "Kiss 106.1 Jingle Bell Bash"[12]
E This concert was a part of the "Hot 99.5 Mess Fest"
March 3, 2003 Copenhagen, Denmark K.B. Hallen Moved to Vega Musikkens Hus
March 23, 2003 Dublin, Ireland Olympia Theatre Moved to the Point Theatre

Box office score data

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Connecticut Expo Center Hartford 6,058 / 6,058 (100%) $78,523[13]
John Labatt Centre London 9,157 / 9,157 (100%) $221,673[14]
CSU Convocation Center Cleveland 9,954 / 9,954 (100%) $241,545[15]
Conseco Fieldhouse Indianapolis 9,193 / 12,852 (71%) $255,942[16]
UIC Pavilion Chicago 8,853 / 8,853 (100%) $249,090[17]
Winnipeg Arena Winnipeg 11,511 / 11,511 (100%) $272,141[15]
Pengrowth Saddledome Calgary 13,723 / 13,723 (100%) $324,665[18]
Skyreach Centre Edmonton 13,471 / 13,471 (100%) $319,270[18]
General Motors Place Vancouver 14,872 / 14,872 (100%) $347,267[19]
Tacoma Dome Tacoma 11,875 / 15,295 (78%) $305,025[16]
HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose 13,380 / 13,380 (100%) $399,205[19]
Long Beach Arena Long Beach 12,713 / 12,713 (100%) $412,818[18]
Gwinnett Civic Center Arena Duluth 10,306 / 10,306 (100%) $294,580[20]
Savvis Center St. Louis 13,192 / 14,761 (89%) $352,443[20]
The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills 15,78 / 15,781 (100%) $419,290[19]
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale 14,327 / 14,327 (100%) $388,298[15]
Tsongas Arena Lowell 15,024 / 15,024 (100%) $507,944[21]
First Union Spectrum Philadelphia 13,657 / 13,657 (100%) $382,219[15]
HSBC Arena Buffalo 7,827 / 11,000 (71%) $234,810[15]
TOTAL 224,874 / 236,695 (95%) $6,006,748

Bonez Tour

Bonez Tour

Promotional poster for tour
Tour by Avril Lavigne
Associated album Under My Skin
Start date September 24, 2004 (2004-09-24)
End date September 25, 2005 (2005-09-25)
Legs 8
Shows 41 in Europe
67 in North America
21 in Asia
6 in Australia
3 in Africa
7 in South America
145 Total
Avril Lavigne tour chronology
Try to Shut Me Up Tour
(2003-03)
Bonez Tour
(2004-05)
The Best Damn Tour
(2008)

The Bonez Tour is the second concert tour by Canadian recording artist, Avril Lavigne. In support of her second studio album Under My Skin, the tour began in the fall of 2004. Playing over one hundred shows in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Africa. The performances in 2004 ranked 97th on Pollstar's "Top Tours of 2004", earning over $5 million dollars.[22] The tour was recorded at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan for the DVD set, Live at Budokan: Bonez Tour. The DVD featured the full concert with behind the scenes footage. The video was certified Gold in Japan.

Opening acts

Setlist

Tour dates

Lavigne performing in São Paulo
Date City Country Venue
Europe[30][31]
September 26, 2004 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
September 27, 2004 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
September 28, 2004 Paris France Zénith de Paris
September 30, 2004 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
October 1, 2004 Brussels Belgium Forest National
October 3, 2004 Manchester England Manchester Evening News Arena
October 4, 2004 Birmingham National Indoor Arena
October 6, 2004 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
October 4, 2004 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
October 9, 2004 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
October 10, 2004 London England Wembley Arena
October 11, 2004
October 12, 2004 Sheffield Hallem FM Arena
North America[30][31]
October 25, 2004 Dallas United States American Airlines Center
October 26, 2004 San Antonio SBC Center
October 27, 2004 New Orleans UNO Lakefront Arena
October 28, 2004 Atlanta Philips Arena
October 30, 2004 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
October 31, 2004 Philadelphia Wachovia Spectrum
November 1, 2004 Boston FleetCenter
November 3, 2004 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
November 4, 2004 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
November 5, 2004 Cleveland United States CSU Convocation Center
November 6, 2004 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena
November 8, 2004 East Rutherford Continental Airlines Arena
November 9, 2004 Fairfax Patriot Center
November 11, 2004 Chicago United Center
November 12, 2004 Milwaukee Bradley Center
November 14, 2004 Denver Pepsi Center
November 15, 2004 Salt Lake City Delta Center
November 16, 2004 Las Vegas Thomas & Mack Center
November 17, 2004 Glendale Glendale Arena
November 19, 2004 San Jose HP Pavilion at San Jose
November 20, 2004 San Diego Cox Arena at Aztec Bowl
November 21, 2004 Fresno Save Mart Center
November 23, 2004 Portland Rose Garden
November 24, 2004 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
November 25, 2004 Kelowna Prospera Place
December 3, 2004[A] Anaheim United States Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
December 4, 2004[B] Sacramento ARCO Arena
December 5, 2004[C] Tacoma Tacoma Dome
December 8, 2004[D] Houston Reliant Arena
December 11, 2004[E] Minneapolis Target Center
Asia[32][33]
March 1, 2005 Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall
March 2, 2005
March 4, 2005 Nagoya Nagoya Rainbow Hall
March 6, 2005 Yokohama Yokohama Arena
March 7, 2005 Hiroshima Hiroshima Green Arena
March 8, 2005 Fukuoka Marine Messe Fukuoka
March 10, 2005 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
March 11, 2005 Hamamatsu Hamamatsu Arena
March 12, 2005 Kobe World Memorial Hall
March 14, 2005 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
March 15, 2005
March 16, 2005 Nagoya Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium
March 18, 2005 Sapporo Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center
March 20, 2005 Tokyo Zepp Tokyo
March 23, 2005 Seoul South Korea Olympic Fencing Gymnasium
March 25, 2005 Wan Chai Hong Kong HKCEC Hall 3
March 27, 2005 Bangkok Thailand Aktiv Square
March 29, 2005 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Municipal Stadium
March 31, 2005 Taguig Philippines Fort Bonifacio
April 2, 2005 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
April 4, 2005 Jakarta Indonesia Tennis Indoor Senayan
Australia[33][34]
April 6, 2005 Perth Australia Challenge Stadium
April 8, 2005 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
April 9, 2005 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
April 11, 2005 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
April 12, 2005 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
April 13, 2005 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
Africa[33]
May 8, 2005 Johannesburg South Africa Coca-Cola Dome
May 10, 2005 Durban Westridge Park Tennis Stadium
May 13, 2005 Cape Town Bellville Velodrome
Europe[32][33][35]
May 16, 2005 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
May 17, 2005 Glasgow Scotland Carling Academy Glasgow
May 18, 2005
May 20, 2005 London England Hammersmith Apollo
May 21, 2005
May 22, 2005 Birmingham NEC Arena
May 23, 2005 Brighton Brighton Centre
May 25, 2005 Lyon France Halle Tony Garnier
May 26, 2005 Marseille Le Dôme de Marseille
May 27, 2005 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
May 29, 2005[F] Milan Italy Piazza del Duomo
May 31, 2005 Naples Piazza del Plebiscito
June 2, 2005 Vienna Austria Gasometer
June 3, 2005 Prague Czech Republic T-Mobile Arena
June 5, 2005 Budapest Hungary Budapest Sports Arena
June 6, 2005 Katowice Poland Spodek
June 7, 2005 Bratislava Slovakia Incheba Hall
June 9, 2005 Geneva Switzerland SEG Geneva Arena
June 10, 2005 Basel St. Jakobshalle
June 11, 2005 Frankfurt Germany Jahrhunderthalle
June 13, 2005 Bonn Museumsplatz
June 14, 2005 Berlin Arena Berlin
June 15, 2005 Böblingen Sporthalle Böblingen
June 16, 2005 Hamburg Stadtpark Freilichtbühne
June 18, 2005[G] Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium
June 20, 2005 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Ice Hall
June 22, 2005 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
June 26, 2005 Luxembourg City Luxembourg Den Atelier
North America[36][37]
July 12, 2005 Hamilton Canada Copps Coliseum
July 13, 2005 London John Labatt Centre
July 14, 2005 Ottawa Corel Center
July 15, 2005 Toronto Air Canada Centre
July 17, 2005 Clarkston United States DTE Energy Music Theatre
July 19, 2005 Nashville Starwood Amphitheatre
July 21, 2005 St. Louis UMB Bank Pavilion
July 22, 2005 Kansas City Starlight Theatre
July 23, 2005 Moline MARK of the Quad Cities
July 25, 2005 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre
July 26, 2005 Regina Regina Agridome
July 27, 2005 Saskatoon Credit Union Centre
July 29, 2005 Edmonton Rexall Place
July 30, 2005 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
July 31, 2005 Kamloops Sport Mart Place
August 2, 2005 Kelowna Prospera Place
August 3, 2005 Prince George CN Centre
August 5, 2005 Victoria Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
August 6, 2005
August 8, 2005 Auburn United States White River Amphitheatre
August 10, 2005 Concord Chronicle Pavilion
August 11, 2005 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
August 12, 2005
August 13, 2005 Las Vegas The Joint
August 14, 2005 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum
August 16, 2005 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
August 17, 2005 Dallas Smirnoff Music Centre
August 19, 2005 Atlanta HiFi Buys Amphitheatre
August 20, 2005 Tampa Ford Amphitheatre
August 21, 2005 West Palm Beach Sound Advice Amphitheatre
August 23, 2005 Charlotte Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
August 24, 2005 Raleigh Alltel Pavilion
August 25, 2005 Holmdel Township PNC Bank Arts Center
August 27, 2005 Wantagh Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theater
August 28, 2005 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
August 29, 2005 Mansfield Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
August 31, 2005 Halifax Canada Metro Centre
September 1, 2005 Moncton Moncton Coliseum
September 2, 2005 Quebec City Pepsi Coliseum
September 3, 2005 Montreal Bell Centre
September 11, 2005 Monterrey Mexico Auditorio Coca-Cola
September 13, 2005 Mexico City Palacio de los Deportes
South America[38][39]
September 15, 2005 Santiago Chile Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo
September 17, 2005 Buenos Aires Argentina Arena Obras Sanitarias
September 18, 2005
September 22, 2005 Porto Alegre Brazil Gigantinho
September 23, 2005[H] Curitiba Pedreira Paulo Leminski
September 24, 2005 Rio de Janeiro Praça da Apoteose
September 25, 2005 São Paulo Estádio do Pacaembu
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of the "KIIS-FM Jingle Ball"[40]
B This concert was a part of the "107.9 The End's Jungle Ball"[41]
C This concert was a part of the "Kiss 106.1 Jingle Bell Bash"[42]
D This concert was a part of the "KDWB 101.3's Jingle Ball"[43]
E This concert was a part of the "KRBE 104.1's Jingle Jam"[44]
F This concert was a part of the "Cornetto Free Music Festival"[45]
G This concert was a part of "Zulu Rocks"[46]
H This concert was a part of the "Curitiba Rock Festival"[27]

Box office score data

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills 7,582 / 10,435 (73%) $261,198[47]
Air Canada Centre Toronto 14,632 / 14,632 (100%) $475,470[48]
Pacific Coliseum Vancouver 11,730 / 11,730 (100%) $375,648[49]
Corel Center Ottawa 10,475 / 12,712 (82%) $410,004[50]
Air Canada Centre Toronto 14,028 / 14,749 (95%) $543,287[51]
MTS Centre Winnipeg 11,080 / 11,780 (94%) $428,828[52]
Rexall Place Edmonton 10,989 / 11,990 (92%) $423,058[53]
Auditorio Coca-Cola Monterrey 7,673 / 12,202 (63%) $405,565[54]
Estádio do Pacaembu São Paulo 34,437 / 45,000 (76%) $835,887[55]
TOTAL 122,626 / 145,230 (84%) $4,158,945

The Best Damn Tour

The Best Damn Tour

Promotional poster for tour
Tour by Avril Lavigne
Associated album The Best Damn Thing
Start date March 5, 2008 (2008-03-05)
End date October 6, 2008 (2008-10-06)
Legs 4
Shows 55 in North America
33 in Europe
22 in Asia
110 Total
Avril Lavigne tour chronology
Bonez Tour
(2004-05)
The Best Damn Tour
(2008)
Black Star Tour
(2011-12)

The Best Damn Tour is the third concert tour by Canadian recording artist, Avril Lavigne. Supporting her third studio album, The Best Damn Thing, the tour played over 100 concerts in North America, Europe and Asia. The trek was recorded at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto for a live DVD set entitled, The Best Damn Tour: Live in Toronto.


Background

The tour was announced on November 6, 2007.[56] Lavigne performed a private concert at the West Hollywood nightclub, Whisky a Go Go, where she announced her tour produced by Live Nation.[57][58] The singer stated the tour would be "bright" and "colorful" in contrast to her previous shows. Lavigne told the press she felt her previous tours were "stagnant" and "dark".[59] She continued to say she wanted her upcoming trek to be a big flashy production, with a party theme.[60] She would also try to attempt to sing her latest single, "Girlfriend", in different languages. Commenting on her tour announcement, Lavigne elaborated:

"We finally get to go out [on tour] after a year of promo, a lot of hard work, so I'm excited to go out and play live. There's gonna be dancing; it's going to be really upbeat. I'm taking my show to the next level. It's still gonna be very me, and rock-influenced … but it's also gonna be diverse. It's going to open with a bang and dancers, and in the middle of the set [we're] coming down and doing acoustic stuff and me performing by myself. Being that it's my third album, I feel like I'm a lot better now. And I've got, like, 10 singles to play now, which makes it so much easier and so much better. When you play the hits onstage, it's the most exciting part of the show. And I have more to work with now … I have slower songs, songs like 'Sk8r Boi' and 'Girlfriend,' which are more upbeat. There's a lot to it. It's definitely not going to be boring."[57]

The tour premiered in Victoria, British Columbia on March 5, 2008. On the same day, Kohl's launched Lavigne's clothing line, Abbey Dawn.[61] The tour faced slight controversy when the political group, Parti se-Islam Malaysia protested the concert. The group felt that Lavigne's "punk" image were not suitable of children and was not appropriate during Merdeka.[62] The concert was initially cancelled but resumed according to plan a few days later.[63] The tour faced additional troubles when Lavigne was forced to cancel the remaining nine show on her North American leg. The singer cited laryngitis for the cancellations while news outlets cite poor ticket sales.[64] The singer posted an apology on her website and stated if possible, she would make the dates.

Opening acts

Setlist

  1. "Untitled I" (Video Introduction)
  2. "Girlfriend"
  3. "I Can Do Better"
  4. "Complicated"
  5. "My Happy Ending"
  6. "I'm with You"
  7. "I Always Get What I Want"
  8. "Untitled II" (contains elements of "Unwanted" and "Bleed It Out") (Dance Interlude)
  9. "When You're Gone"
  10. "Innocence"
  11. "Don't Tell Me"
  12. "Hot"
  13. "Losing Grip"
  14. "Untitled III" (contains excerpts from ""Bad Reputation") (Video Interlude)
  15. "Everything Back But You"
  16. "Runaway"
  17. "Hey Mickey"
  18. "The Best Damn Thing"
  19. "I Don't Have to Try"
  20. "He Wasn't"
Encore
  1. "Girlfriend" (Dr. Luke Remix)
  2. "Sk8er Boi"

Source:[70]

Tour dates

Lavigne performing in China
Date City Country Venue
North America[57][60]
March 5, 2008 Victoria Canada Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
March 7, 2008 Vancouver General Motors Place
March 8, 2008 Kamloops Interior Savings Centre
March 9, 2008 Kelowna Prospera Place
March 11, 2008 Prince George CN Centre
March 12, 2008 Edmonton Rexall Place
March 13, 2008 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
March 15, 2008 Regina Brandt Centre
March 16, 2008 Saskatoon Credit Union Centre
March 18, 2008 Winnipeg MTS Centre
March 20, 2008 Minneapolis United States Target Center
March 21, 2008 Rosemont Allstate Arena
March 22, 2008 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
March 25, 2008 Pittsburgh Palumbo Center
March 26, 2008 Cleveland Wolstein Center
March 28, 2008 Atlantic City Borgata Event Center
March 29, 2008 Buffalo HSBC Arena
March 30, 2008 East Rutherford Izod Center
April 1, 2008 Boston Agganis Arena
April 2, 2008 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
April 3, 2008 Ottawa Scotiabank Place
April 7, 2008 Toronto Air Canada Centre
April 8, 2008 Kingston K-Rock Centre
April 9, 2008 London John Labatt Centre
April 11, 2008 Uniondale United States Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
April 12, 2008 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
April 13, 2008 Manchester Verizon Wireless Arena
April 15, 2008 Fairfax Patriot Center
April 18, 2008 Atlanta Philips Arena
April 19, 2008 Tampa Ford Amphitheatre
April 20, 2008 West Palm Beach Sound Advice Amphitheatre
April 21, 2008 Miami American Airlines Arena
April 22, 2008 Biloxi Hard Rock Live
April 24, 2008 Hidalgo Dodge Arena
April 25, 2008 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
April 26, 2008 Dallas Smirnoff Music Centre
April 27, 2008 Selma Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
April 29, 2008 Las Vegas Pearl Concert Theater
Europe[71][72]
May 26, 2008 Glasgow Scotland Carling Academy Glasgow
May 27, 2008
May 29, 2008 Manchester England Manchester Evening News Arena
May 30, 2008 Birmingham LG Arena
May 31, 2008 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
June 1, 2008 Plymouth England Plymouth Pavilions
June 3, 2008 Bournemouth Windsor Hall
June 4, 2008 London The O2 Arena
June 6, 2008 Dublin Ireland RDS Simmonscourt
June 7, 2008 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
June 9, 2008 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg Rockhal
June 10, 2008 Paris France Zénith de Paris
June 12, 2008 Bolzano Italy PalaOnda
June 13, 2008 Milan Datch Forum
June 14, 2008 Monte Carlo Monaco Salle des Princes
June 15, 2008 Badalona Spain Palau Municipal d'Esports de Badalona
June 17, 2008 Munich Germany Zenith
June 18, 2008 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
June 20, 2008 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
June 21, 2008 Brussels Belgium Forest National
June 22, 2008 Mannheim Germany Congress Center Rosengarten
June 23, 2008 Dresden Freilichttheater Junge Garde
June 24, 2008 Berlin Columbiahalle
June 26, 2008 Copenhagen Denmark K.B. Hallen
June 28, 2008 Stockholm Sweden Annexet
June 30, 2008 Helsinki Finland Helsinki Ice Hall
July 1, 2008 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall Arena
July 2, 2008 Riga Latvia Arena Riga
July 3, 2008 Vilnius Lithuania Siemens Arena
July 5, 2008 Wrocław Poland Hala Stulecia
July 7, 2008 Budapest Hungary Petőfi Csarnok Szabadtér
July 8, 2008 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena
July 9, 2008 Leoben Austria Hauptplatz Leoben
North America[71][73]
July 22, 2008 Maryland Heights United States Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
July 23, 2008 Noblesville Verizon Wireless Music Center
July 25, 2008 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium
July 26, 2008 Hartford New England Dodge Music Center
July 28, 2008 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
July 29, 2008 Charlotte Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
July 30, 2008 Raleigh Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion
August 1, 2008[A] Bethleham RiverPlace on Sand Island
August 2, 2008 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
August 3, 2008[B] Toms River Township TR North Campus
August 5, 2008 Sudbury Canada Sudbury Community Arena
August 6, 2008 Toronto Molson Amphitheatre
August 8, 2008 Saint John Harbour Station
August 9, 2008 Moncton Moncton Coliseum
August 10, 2008 Halifax Halifax Metro Centre
August 12, 2008 St. John's Mile One Centre
August 13, 2008
Asia[73][69][74]
August 29, 2008 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Stadium Merdeka
September 1, 2008 Seoul South Korea Melon-AX Hall
September 3, 2008 Quezon City Philippines Araneta Coliseum
September 5, 2008 Taipei Taiwan TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall
September 7, 2008 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
September 10, 2008 Hamamatsu Japan Hamamatsu Arena
September 11, 2008 Niigata International Exhibition Hall
September 13, 2008 Tokyo Yoyogi National Gymnasium
September 14, 2008
September 16, 2008 Tokyo Dome
September 17, 2008 Nagoya Nagoya Rainbow Hall
September 18, 2008
September 20, 2008 Osaka International Conference Hall
September 21, 2008
September 22, 2008 Fukuoka Marine Messe Fukuoka
September 24, 2008 Hiroshima Hiroshima Sun Plaza
September 26, 2008 Cotai Macau Venetian Arena
September 28, 2008[C] Guangzhou China Guangzhou Gymnasium
September 30, 2008 Chengdu Chengdu Sports Centre
October 2, 2008[D] Lijiang Shuhe Sanduo Plaza
October 4, 2008 Shanghai Shanghai Indoor Stadium
October 6, 2008 Beijing Wukesong Indoor Arena
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of "Musikfest"[75]
B This concert was a part of "Toms River Fest"[76]
C This concert was a part of the "Shenzhen International Summer Music Festival"
D This concert was a part of the "Lijiang Snow Mountain Music Festival"[77]
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
April 30, 2008 San Diego, California Cox Arena at Aztec Bowl Cancelled[78]
May 2, 2008 Phoenix, Arizona Cricket Wireless Pavilion Cancelled[78]
May 3, 2008 Anaheim, California Honda Center Cancelled[78]
May 4, 2008 Los Angeles, California Gibson Amphitheatre Cancelled[78]
May 6, 2008 Santa Barbara, California Santa Barbara Bowl Cancelled[78]
May 7, 2008 San Jose, California HP Pavilion at San Jose Cancelled[78]
May 9, 2008 Spokane, Washington Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Cancelled[78]
May 10, 2008 Everett, Washington Comcast Arena Cancelled[78]
June 30, 2008 Helsinki, Finland Hartwall Areena Moved to Helsinki Ice Hall
July 8, 2008 Prague, Czech Republic T-Mobile Arena Moved to O2 Arena
September 1, 2008 Seoul, South Korea Jamsil Arena Moved to Melon-AX Hall

Box office score data

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Target Center Minneapolis 5,657 / 8,312 (68%) $195,643[79]
Agganis Arena Boston 3,606 / 4,683 (77%) $157,428[80]
Bell Centre Montreal 9,104 / 9,636 (94%) $472,144[81]
John Labatt Centre London 8,968 / 8,968 (100%) $461,080[82]
Patriot Center Fairfax 4,964 / 6,691 (74%) $218,484[83]
Philips Arena Atlanta 6,016 / 8,347 (72%) $171,294[84]
Carling Academy Glasgow Glasgow 4,800 / 4,839 (~100%) $261,386[85]
Manchester Evening News Arena Manchester 9,938 / 11,000 (90%) $540,414[85]
LG Arena Birmingham 9,477 / 10,000 (95%) $515,176[85]
Cardiff International Arena Cardiff 3,695 / 3,800 (97%) $201,476[85]
Plymouth Pavilions Plymouth 2,000 / 2,000 (100%) $108,192[85]
Windsor Hall Bournemouth 4,657 / 5,662 (82%) $252,121[85]
The O2 Arena London 13,535 / 15,000 (90%) $787,493[85]
Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Maryland Heights 17,956 / 20,606 (87%) $687,270[86]
Verizon Wireless Music Center Noblesville 18,817 / 24,249 (78%) $647,086[86]
Hersheypark Stadium Hershey 29,130 / 29,130 (100%) $1,782,950[87]
New England Dodge Music Center Hartford 21,830 / 21,830 (100%) $801,643[87]
Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati 14,924 / 20,319 (73%) $648,323[87]
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte 18,647 / 18,647 (100%) $777,974[87]
Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion Raleigh 19,355 / 19,914 (97%) $685,949[87]
Sudbury Community Arena Sudbury 4,332 / 4,400 (68%) $224,312[88]
Molson Amphitheatre Toronto 12,500 / 12,500 (100%) $429,580[89]
Harbour Station Saint John 3,855 / 4,283 (90%) $194,089[87]
Moncton Coliseum Moncton 3,702 / 4,324 (86%) $187,414[87]
Halifax Metro Centre Halifax 6,297 / 7,735 (81%) $313,627[87]
Mile One Centre St. John's 11,475 / 12,249 (94%) $577,039[88]
TOTAL 269,237 / 299,124 (90%) $12,299,587

Critical reception

The tour received mixed reviews from music critics in the United States and Canada. Mike Devlin (Times Colonist) gave the premiere concert in Victoria, British Columbia two and a half out of five stars. He says, "Granted, it was the opening night of her world tour—which includes 15 dates in Canada—but the so-billed Best Damn Tour wasn’t even the Somewhat OK Damn Tour; it was just plain disappointing. And with tickets in the range of $60, the 75-minute concert clocked in just shy of one dollar per minute. Methinks some parents are feeling the sting right about now". [70] Mike Ross (Jam!) gave the show at Rexall Place three and a half out of five stars. He explains, "I had the knives out last night, but was sadly disappointed that the show at Rexall Place wasn't as bad as I expected it to be. There is precedent: Last time through town, back in ought-five, Lavigne couldn't rock, couldn't sing and couldn't communicate with an audience".[90]

Jason MacNeil (Jam!) felt the show at the Air Canada Centre was one of the best concerts in 2008. He elaborates, "However, when Lavigne strapped on a guitar, as she did during 'My Happy Ending', she appeared to be in her comfort zone, strumming along as hordes of glowsticks and camera flashes dotted the arena. Later on when she sat behind a pink piano for 'When You're Gone', she looked quite at ease".[91]Miriam Ramierez (The Monitor) gave a positive review of the show at the Dodge Arena. She writes, "The excitement was hard to contain and any inkling of a struggling tour was put in the backburner here in the Rio Grande Valley. These kids were ready to party no matter what. I tried so hard to nit pick-tried so hard to find any slip up. And any which way she sang it was on point, full of energy (genuine or not) and super entertaining".[92]

Personnel

  • Stage Director: Jamie King
  • Assistant Stage Director: Carla Kama
  • Tour Manager: Dan Cleland
  • Choreographers: Lindsey Blaufarb, Craig Hollaman and Jamie King
  • Assistant Choreographer: Sofia Toufa
  • Production Manager: Dale Lynch
  • Lighting Director: Brent Clark
  • Musical Director: Jim McGorman
  • Video Screen Director: William Crooks
Crew[93]
  • FOH Engineer: Jim Yakabuski
  • Monitor Engineer: Matthew Peskie
  • System Engineer: Matt Blakely and Evan Hall
  • Video Screen Engineer: Daniel Deshara
  • Monitor System Technician: Shawn Shuell
  • PA Technician: Marco Giappesi, James Marcelek and Kevin Simmerman
  • Drum Technician: Ian O'Neill
  • Guitar Technician: Brian Kutzman
  • Director of Security: Derick Henry
  • Security: Matt Lavigne and Jon Zivcovic
  • Costume: Leah Smith
  • Wardrobe Supervisor: Louise Kennedy
  • Wardrobe Assistant: Amie Darlow
  • Hair/Makeup: Gabriel Panduro
Band[94]
  • Drums: Rodney Howard
  • Guitar: Steve Fekete
  • Bass: Al Berry
  • Keyboards: Steve Ferlazzo
  • Supporting vocals: Lindsay Blaufarb, Jim McGorman and Sofia Toufa
  • Dancers: Lindsay Blaufarb, Jesse Brown, Jaime Burgos III, Sara Von Gillern, Caitlin Lotz and Sofia Toufa

Black Star Tour

Black Star Tour

Promotional poster for tour
Tour by Avril Lavigne
Associated album Goodbye Lullaby
Start date April 30, 2011
End date February 9, 2012
Legs 5
Shows 15 in Asia
21 in North America
9 in South America
13 in Europe
58 Total
Avril Lavigne tour chronology
The Best Damn Tour
(2008)
Black Star Tour
(2011)

The Black Star Tour is the fourth concert tour by Canadian recording artist, Avril Lavigne. Visiting Asia, the Americas and Europe, the tour promoted the singer's fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby.

Opening acts

  • Sonica (Venezuela)[95]
  • Cirse (Argentina)[96]
  • Lawson (UK)
  • Evan Taubenfeld (Canada)
  • The New Cities (Canada)
  • The Cab (Canada)
  • Vienna (Belgium)
  • MakeBelieve (The Netherlands)

Setlist

Tour dates

Lavigne performing in Indonesia
Date City Country Venue
Asia[99][100]
April 30, 2011[A] Beijing China Yuyang International Ski Resort
May 2, 2011 Shanghai Shanghai Grand Stage
May 5, 2011 Seoul South Korea Melon-AX Hall
May 7, 2011 Chek Lap Kok Hong Kong AsiaWorld Arena
May 9, 2011 Kallang Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
May 11, 2011 Jakarta Indonesia Kartika Expo Center
May 13, 2011 Taipei Taiwan TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall
North America[100]
May 27, 2011[B] Paradise Island The Bahamas Atlantis Grand Ballroom
May 28, 2011[C] Tampa United States Tropicana Field
South America[100][101][102]
July 18, 2011 Caracas Venezuela Terraza del C.C.C.T.
July 20, 2011 Lima Peru Explanada del Monumental
July 22, 2011 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena
July 24, 2011 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Malvinas Argentinas
July 27, 2011 São Paulo Brazil Credicard Hall
July 28, 2011
July 31, 2011 Rio de Janeiro Citibank Hall
August 2, 2011 Belo Horizonte Chevrolet Hall
August 4, 2011 Brasília Nilson Nelson Gymnasium
Asia
August 13, 2011[D] Chiba Japan QVC Marine Field
August 14, 2011[D] Osaka Maishima Sports Island
Europe[101][102][103][104]
September 4, 2011 Moscow Russia Megasport Arena
September 5, 2011 Saint Petersburg Yubileyny Sports Palace
September 8, 2011 Turin Italy Torino Palasport Olimpico
September 10, 2011 Rome PalaLottomatica
September 11, 2011 Milan Mediolanum Forum
September 13, 2011 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
September 14, 2011 Brussels Belgium Forest National
September 16, 2011 Paris France Fête de l'Humanité
September 17, 2011 Zénith de Paris
September 19, 2011 Cologne Germany Palladium Köln
September 21, 2011 London England HMV Hammersmith Apollo
September 22, 2011
September 23, 2011 Manchester O2 Manchester Apollo
North America[101][103][104][105][106]
October 1, 2011 Victoria Canada Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
October 3, 2011 Vancouver Rogers Arena
October 5, 2011 Prince George CN Centre
October 6, 2011 Kamloops Interior Savings Centre
October 8, 2011 Kelowna Prospera Place
October 10, 2011 Edmonton Rexall Place
October 11, 2011 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome
October 13, 2011 Regina Brandt Centre
October 14, 2011 Winnipeg MTS Centre
October 16, 2011 Sudbury Sudbury Community Arena
October 17, 2011 Ottawa Scotiabank Place
October 19, 2011 Moncton Moncton Coliseum
October 20, 2011 Halifax Halifax Metro Centre
October 22, 2011 London John Labatt Centre
October 24, 2011 Toronto Air Canada Centre
October 25, 2011 Montreal Bell Centre
December 7, 2011[E] Philadelphia United States Wells Fargo Center
December 10, 2011[F] Sunrise BankAtlantic Center
December 13, 2011[G] Orlando House of Blues
Asia[103][105]
February 4, 2012 Saitama Japan Saitama Super Arena
February 5, 2012
February 6, 2012 Nagoya Nippon Gaishi Hall
February 8, 2012 Fukuoka Marine Messe Fukuoka
February 9, 2012 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall
February 16, 2012[107] Manila Philippines Smart Araneta Coliseum
Festivals and other miscellaneous performances
A This concert was a part of the "China Valley International Music Festival"[108]
B This concert was a part of "Atlantis Live"[109]
C This concert was a part of the "Rays Summer Concert Series"[110]
D These concerts were a part of the "Summer Sonic Festival"[111]
E This concert is a part of "Q102's Jingle Ball"
F This concert is a part of "Y100's Jingle Ball"[112]
G This concert is a part of "XL 106.7's XLent Xmas"[113]

Box office score data

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Terraza del C.C.C.T. Caracas 2,217 / 6,000 (37%) $510,884[114]
Explanada del Monumental Lima 5,193 / 10,000 (52%) $348,633[114]
Movistar Arena Santiago 8,844 / 14,320 (62%) $439,345[115]
Estadio Malvinas Argentinas Buenos Aires 6,658 / 6,680 (99%) $462,151[116]
Credicard Hall São Paulo 13,347 / 14,108 (95%) $980,009[115]
Citibank Hall Rio de Janeiro 7,725 / 7,784 (99%) $591,976[115]
Chevrolet Hall Belo Horizonte 5,186 / 5,500 (94%) $386,743[117]
Nilson Nelson Gymnasium Brasília 5,038 / 9,000 (56%) $397,879[117]
Rexall Place Edmonton 5,484 / 9,047 (61%) $200,017[118]
Moncton Coliseum Moncton 1,988 / 2,580 (78%) $ 95,285[118]
Halifax Metro Centre Halifax 3,320 / 3,493 (95%) $162,175[119]
John Labatt Centre London 4,934 / 5,716 (86%) $199,784[119]
Air Canada Centre Toronto 6,383 / 6,383 (100%) $297,092[114]
Bell Centre Montreal 3,809 / 4,790 (79%) $185,384[118]
TOTAL 78,138 / 102,821 (76%) $5,162,072

External links

Official website

See also

List of Avril Lavigne promotional tours

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