Verizon VIP Tour: Wikis

Advertisements
  

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Verizon VIP Tour is an annual concert tour promoted by Live Nation Global Touring and Verizon Wireless. Following in the footsteps of the Verizon Ladies First Tour, the VIP Tour features an emerging female artist as the headliner. The concerts are exclusive to Verizon Wireless customers (although select concerts are open to the public), following an appearance by the headliner at a local Verizon Wireless store. The tour predominantly takes place in the United States.

Contents

Fergie (2007)

Verizon VIP Tour
Fergie performing during her 2007 US tour
Tour by Fergie
Supporting album The Dutchess
Start date May 8, 2007
End date March 13, 2008
Legs 1
Shows 22 in North America
1 in South America
23 Total

The inaugural Verizon VIP Tour was headlined by American singer-songwriter, Fergie. The tour supported her debut album, The Dutchess.

Advertisements

Opening acts

Set list

  1. "Here I Come"
  2. "London Bridge"
  3. "Clumsy"
  4. "Big Girls Don't Cry"
  5. Medley:
    1. "Don't Lie"
    2. "Hey Mama"
    3. "Shut Up"
    4. "Don't Phunk with My Heart"
    5. "Where Is the Love?"
  6. "Pedestal"
  7. "All That I Got"
  8. "My Humps"
  9. "Voodoo Doll"
  10. "Mary Jane Shoes"
  11. "Barracuda"
  12. Encore:
    1. "Rehab"
    2. "Glamorous"
    3. "Fergalicious"
    4. "Finally"

Source: [1]

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
May 8, 2007 Seattle United States Franklin High School
May 21, 2007 Pittsburgh United States Byham Theater
May 22, 2007 Indianapolis United States Egyptian Room
May 23, 2007 Cleveland United States House of Blues
May 26, 2007 Atlantic City United States
May 28, 2007 Philadelphia United States Electric Factory
May 31, 2007 Boca Raton United States Mizner Park Amphitheatre
June 1, 2007 Clearwater United States Ruth Eckerd Hall
June 2, 2007 Atlanta United States The Tabernacle
June 5, 2007 Houston United States Verizon Wireless Theater
June 6, 2007 Dallas United States House of Blues
June 10, 2007 Chicago United States
June 11, 2007 St. Louis United States The Pageant
June 13, 2007 Detroit United States State Theatre
June 19, 2007 Boston United States Avalon
June 21, 2007 New York City United States Roseland Ballroom
July 17, 2007 Anaheim United States House of Blues
July 18, 2007 Los Angeles United States Wiltern Theatre
July 19, 2007 Phoenix United States Dodge Theatre
July 22, 2007 Denver United States Fillmore Auditorium
July 24, 2007 Portland United States Crystal Ballroom
July 27, 2007 Stateline United States Harvey's Outdoor Amphitheater
July 28, 2007 Las Vegas United States Pearl Concert Theater
March 13, 2008 São Paulo Brazil Via Funchal

Source: [2][3]

Box Office Score Data

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
Mizner Park Amphitheatre Boca Raton 3,220 / 3,220 (100%) $165,465 [4]
Harvey's Outdoor Amphitheater Stateline 5,920 / 5,920 (100%) $302,634 [5]
TOTAL 9,140 / 9,140 (100%) $468,099

Natasha Bedingfield (2008)

Verizon VIP Tour
Bedingfield performing during her 2008 US tour
Tour by Natasha Bedingfield
Supporting album Pocketful of Sunshine
Start date May 21, 2008
End date July 10, 2008
Legs 1
Shows 23 in North America

British singer-songwriter Natasha Bedingfield headlined the 2008 Verizon VIP Tour. The tour supported her third studio album, Pocketful of Sunshine.

Opening acts

Set list

  1. "Piece of Your Heart"
  2. "Who Knows"
  3. "Pocketful of Sunshine
  4. "These Words"
  5. "Soulmate""
  6. "Pirate Bones"
  7. "Ray of Light
  8. "Love like This"
  9. "Say It Again"
  10. "Freckles" (acoustic)
  11. "Single" (acoustic)
  12. "Put Your Arms Around Me"
  13. "Angel"
  14. Encore:
    1. "Backyard"
    2. "Unwritten"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
May 21, 2008 Myrtle Beach United States House of Blues
May 23, 2008 Orlando United States
May 24, 2008 Clearwater United States Ruth Eckerd Hall
May 27, 2008 Atlanta United States Variety Playhouse
June 2, 2008 Cleveland United States House of Blues
June 3, 2008 Indianapolis United States Egyptian Room
June 4, 2008 Detroit United States St. Andrew's Hall
June 5, 2008 Cincinnati United States Bogart's
June 8, 2008 St. Louis United States The Pageant
June 10, 2008 Dallas United States House of Blues
June 11, 2008 Houston United States Verizon Wireless Theater
June 12, 2008 New Orleans United States House of Blues
June 16, 2008 Philadelphia United States The Fillmore at the TLA
June 17, 2008 Baltimore United States Rams Head Live!
June 20, 2008 Atlantic City United States Music Box at the Borgata
June 24, 2008 Boston United States The Paradise
June 25, 2008 New York City United States The Fillmore at Irving Plaza
June 30, 2008 Denver United States Gothic Theatre
July 2, 2008 Las Vegas United States House of Blues
July 5, 2008 San Diego United States
July 7, 2008 Anaheim United States
July 9, 2008 Los Angeles United States
July 10, 2008 San Francisco United States The Fillmore

Source: [6][7]

Box Office Score data

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
House of Blues Myrtle Beach 1,079 / 2,067 (52%) $15,790 [8]
Orlando 1,518 / 1,518 (100%) $24,845 [8]
Ruth Eckerd Hall Clearwater 770 / 1,875 (41%) $31,013 [9]
House of Blues Cleveland 600 / 600 (100%) $12,000 [10]
Egyptian Room Indianapolis 934 / 2,000 (47%) $9,179 [10]
Bogart's Cincinnati 775 / 1,500 (52%) $10,788 [10]
House of Blues New Orleans 1,000 / 1,000 (100%) $26,500 [11]
The Fillmore at the TLA Philadelphia 627 / 1,000 (63%) $12,400 [12]
The Paradise Boston 653 / 653 (100%) $10,553 [13]
The Fillmore at Irving Plaza New York City 867 / 1,114 (78%) $13,890 [14]
Gothic Theatre Denver 600 / 1,000 (60%) $12,500 [15]
House of Blues Las Vegas 900 / 900 (100%) $19,004 [15]
San Diego 500 / 500 (100%) $10,821 [16]
Anaheim 550 / 1,100 (50%) $9,665 [15]
Los Angeles 550 / 550 (100%) $12,670 [15]
The Fillmore San Francisco 816 / 1,187 (69%) $12,879 [15]
TOTAL 12,739 / 18,564 (70%) $244,497

Bow Wow as Shad Moss (2008)

American rapper Bow Wow was slated to headline a series of concerts in the Fall of 2008. The tour was later canceled without explanation. [17]

References

  1. ^ Menze, Jill (2007-06-23). "Fergie / June 21, 2007 / New York (Roseland Ballroom)". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.. http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/reviews/live_review_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003602772. Retrieved 2008-12-14.  
  2. ^ "Fergie Goes Mobile As Verizon VIP Tour Kicks Off". RapSearch. http://www.rapsearch.com/news/article/fergie-goes-mobile-as-verizon-vip-tour-kicks-off. Retrieved 2008-12-14.  
  3. ^ Kilgore, Kym (2007-05-16). "Fergie goes wireless on solo trek". Live Daily. http://www.livedaily.com/news/Fergie_goes_wireless_on_solo_trek-12117.html?t=98. Retrieved 2008-12-14.  
  4. ^ "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2007-06-23, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  5. ^ "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2007-09-22, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  6. ^ Kilgore, Kym (2008-04-28). "Verizon VIP Tour stars Natasha Bedingfield". Live Daily. http://www.livedaily.com/news/14081.html. Retrieved 2008-12-14.  
  7. ^ Business Wire (2008-04-21). "Natasha Bedingfield Goes Mobile with Verizon Wireless for the British Sensation's First Ever U.S. Concert Tour". Press release. http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS129807+21-Apr-2008+BW20080421. Retrieved 2008-12-14.  
  8. ^ a b "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2008-06-21, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  9. ^ "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2008-06-28, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  10. ^ a b c "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2008-07-05, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  11. ^ "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2008-07-12, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  12. ^ "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2008-07-26, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  13. ^ "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2008-08-12, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  14. ^ "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2008-08-02, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  15. ^ a b c d e "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2007-09-22, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  16. ^ "Billboard Boxscore", Billboard Magazine (New York City: Nielsen Business Media, Inc.), 2008-08-23, http://login.vnuemedia.com/bbbiz/login/login_subscribe.jsp?id=GRDpIQKLSkwdwjzEOzAruaPil51%2BAr0xAScA85dsLRya0UBgTCP9LAWNTIZQhZaVG3%2F44BJROJ9R%0ASLFbSJtaEiI3Tn41b7d2dnOVsmTSmAd7kdBEsAIh3cq7%2BRnhrC5OfUuBfUzjYgsRBuMAz8hc3lk8%0AvM%2Fw616u, retrieved 2009-01-05  
  17. ^ "Verizon VIP Tour presents Bow Wow as Shad Moss". House of Blues. HOB Entertainment, Inc.. http://www.hob.com/tickets/eventdetail.asp?eventid=52977. Retrieved 2009-01-05.  

External links


Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message