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2008

Mallu Magalhães Concert Tour
Mallu Magalhães 2008 Tour.jpg
Official porter for Mallu' 2008 Tour
Tour by Mallu Magalhães
Supporting album Mallu Magalhães
Start date August 30, 2008
End date Juny 27, 2009
Legs 3
Shows 2 in Portugal
11 in Brazil
13 in total
Mallu Magalhães tour chronology
2008 tour
(2008/2009)
"2010 tour"
(2010)

In 2008, Brazilian singer-songwriter Mallu Magalhães had a Brazil concert tour to support her first studio album, Mallu Magalhães. The tour visits Brazil and Portugal.

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About Show

The show consisted of acoustic versions of songs from the album supported and some other singers. Mallu used some props, such as goggles, face painting and more.

Setlist

Main Setlist

  1. "It Ain´t Me Babe" (cover of Bob Dylan)
  2. "Get to Denmark"
  3. "Have You Ever"
  4. "You Know You´ve Got"
  5. "Meia Colorida"
  6. "Vanguart"
  7. "Her Day Will Come"
  8. "It Takes Two to Tango"
  9. "Girassóis"
  10. "Folsom Prison Blues" (cover of Johnny Cash)
  11. "Town of Rock and Roll"
  12. "J1"
  13. "Faz"
  14. "O Preço da Flor"
  15. "Noil"
  16. "Sualk"
  17. "Dry Freezing Tongue"
  18. "I do Believe"
  19. "Angelina, Angelina"
  20. "Don't You Look Back"
  21. "Tchubaruba"
  22. "My Honey"
  23. "You Always Say"
  24. "Sweet Mom"

Festival Setlist

  1. "Vanguart"
  2. "J1"
  3. "O Preço da Flor"
  4. "Tchubaruba"

Tour dates

Date City State Venue
Brazil
July 5, 2008 Santos São Paulo SESC[1]
July 12, 2008 Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro Circo Voador[2]
July 26, 2008 Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro Mistura Fina[3]
August 30, 2008 São Paulo São Paulo Festival Eletronika[4]
October 7, 2008 São Paulo São Paulo Meta Café[5]
October 11, 2008 Florianópolis Santa Catarina MySpace Music Tour[6]
November 11, 2008 São Paulo São Paulo Festival Planeta Terra[7]
November 15, 2008 Porto Alegre Rio Grande do Sul Festival Gig Rock[8]
November 18, 2008 São Paulo São Paulo Bourbon Street[9]
November 22, 2008 Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro Morro da Urca[10]
November 29, 2008 Salvador Bahia Praça Tereza Batista[11]
December 13, 2008 Espírito Santo Vilha Velha Ginásio do Marista[12]
Portugal
January 22, 2009 Lisboa Portugal Music Box[13]
January 23, 2009 Porto Portugal BlueStore[14]
Brazil
March 26, 2009 Porto Alegre Rio Grande do Sul Teatro Bourbon Country[15]
April 25, 2009 São Paulo São Paulo Citibank Hall[16]
May 23, 2009 Florianópolis Santa Catarina Centro Integrado de Cultura (CIC)[17]
Juny 27, 2009 Campinas São Paulo Cooperativa Brasil[18]

Broadcasts and recordings

2010

Mallu Magalhães Concert Tour
Tour by Mallu Magalhães
Supporting album Mallu Magalhães
Start date January 22, 2010
End date April 9, 2010 (to date)
Legs 1
Shows 7 in Brazil
7 in total
Mallu Magalhães tour chronology
"2008 tour"
(2008/2009)
"2010 tour"
(2010)

In 2010, Brazilian singer-songwriter Mallu Magalhães had a Brazil concert tour to support her second studio album, Mallu Magalhães. To date, the tour visits Brazil.

About Show

The show consisted of acoustic versions of songs from the album supported and some other singers. Mallu used some props, such as goggles, face painting and more.

Setlist

Festival Setlist

  1. "Vanguart"
  2. "J1"
  3. "O Preço da Flor"
  4. "Tchubaruba"
  5. "Shine Yellow"
  6. "Pode Vir Quente Que Estou Fervendo" (cover Erasmo Carlos)
  7. "É Você Que Tem"

Tour dates

Date City State Venue
Brazil
January 22, 2010 Salvador Bahia Festival de Verão de Salvador[19]
January 24, 2010 Guarujá São Paulo Comboio Oi FM[20]
February 22, 2010 Ribeirão Preto São Paulo Pocket Show – FNAC[20]
February 26, 2010 São Paulo São Paulo Pocket Show – FNAC[20]
March 4, 2010 Campinas São Paulo Pocket Show – FNAC[20]
March 19, 2010 São Paulo São Paulo Auditório Ibirapuera[20]
April 9, 2010 Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro Circo Voador[20]

References


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