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The Twenty Four Seven Tour was a concert tour that Tina Turner did in the year 2000 for her 1999 Twenty Four Seven album. This was Turner's last major world tour, and saw arenas in North America but stadiums in Europe. It made the most money out of all the touring artists in the year 2000.

According to Pollstar, rock icon Tina Turner takes the title for highest grossing tour in the year 2000. Tina, who proclaimed this tour to be her last headlining and stadium "wrecking" tour, beat out fellow legend Barbra Streisand, rock mainstays Phish and teen pop's reigning boy band, 'N Sync, for the number one spot with a series of high-energy showsthat crisscrossed the globe. While more elitist performers perform fewer shows with higher ticket prices, Tina grabbed the brass ring with a whopping ninety-five North American shows. Tina's earning topped $80.2 million on this North American tour. (23 international shows were not taken into consideration—with mid-range ticket prices).

The DVD/VHS One Last Time Live! documents a Wembley Stadium concert on this tour, her last UK concert. Performing in front of about74,000 people on July 15 and 16 2000, Tina Turner put on a very good show. Between pyrotechnics going off, the stage splitting and moving, and a 60 feet moving stage arm, that goes over the audience, the show was a great show.




Twenty Four Seven Millenium Tour 2000

Paris - October 27 1999 - Press Conference

PressTina Turner has announced a major world tour for June 2000, says it will be her last. "This will be my final big stadium rock tour. I want to change my working habits... smaller, you know, less is more - that kind of thing," the singer told a Paris press conference. But Tina Turner made it clear that she wasn't yet considering retirement from the music scene: "I will be out there...I'll go on to do something else...but I don't know when I'm finishing," she added.

Following shows in the U.S. and Canada next spring the Millennium 2000 Twenty Four Seven Tour will visit 15 European cities: Berlin, Brussels, Cardiff, Cologne, Copenhagen, Dublin, Glasgow, Hamburg, London (Wembley), Munich, Oslo, Gothenbourg, Paris, Sheffield and Zurich The European leg of the tour will take off in Tina's home town Zurich on June 30. The exact tour dates for the U.S., Canada and Europe will be published soon. Tickets for England, Norway and Germany went on sale last Saturday, 13 November.



PRIVATE CONCERT IN PARIS
October 27, 1999

TinaThe singer Tina Turner who is currently in Paris for the promotion of her new album that will be released on November 2nd, gave Wednesday a private concert in front of 250 guests at the "Bouddha Bar" in Paris,one of the most popular restaurant/bar of Paris. At 10:00 PM precisely, Tina Turner appeared like a chinese shadow behind a red curtain. For that live concert of 25 minutes, the singer had with her, her usual band of 7 musiciens and 5 backing vocal singers.

Tina started the show with "Twenty Four Seven" and sang 2 more new songs from her new album. Tina Turner was wearing a sparkeling red dress and was full of energy. The legend received a bouquet of white roses from the recording company and signed few autographs. 50 fans, winners of radio contests from NRJ and FNAC, were part of the crowd as well as many Europeen press représentatifs.

Itinerary in Paris

October 27 1999 - Press Conference + Mini-Concert at night Bouddha Bar's bar
- Twenty Four Seven
- Whatever you Need
- ?


October 30 1999 - Recording of the "Taratata" French show. Tina sang 4 songs.
- Whatever you Need
- River Deep Mountain High
- When the heartache is over
- Let's stay together





         
Celebrate DVD
Promo Photos
Press Kit
Album
Official DVD
Official DVD




SET LIST

* I Want To Take You Higher
* Absolutely Nothing's Changed
* Fool in Love
* Acid Queen
* River Deep Mountain High
* We Don't Need Another Hero
* Better Be Good to Me
* Private Dancer
* Let's Stay Together
* What's Love Got To Do With It
* When the Heartache is Over
* Baby I'm A Star (or Hot Legs)
* Help
* Whatever You Need
* Sittin on the Dock of the Bay
* Try a Little Tenderness
* I Heard It Through the Grapevine (or Steamy Windows)
* Addicted to Love
* The Best
* Proud Mary
* Nutbush City Limits
* Twenty Four Seven (occasionally)

THE BAND

JACK BRUNO - DRUMS
JOEL CAMPBELL - PIANO AND VOCALS
EUGE GROOVE - SAXOPHONE, KEYBOARDS AND PERCUSSION
OLLIE MARLAND - KEYBOARDS AND VOCALS
WARREN MCRAE - BASS GUITAR
JOHN MILES - GUITAR, VOCALS AND HARMONICA
JAMES RALSTON - GUITAR AND VOCALS
STACY CAMPBELL - VOCALS AND DANCER
GLORIA RUBEN - VOCALS AND DANCER (FIRST LEG OF US TOUR)
LISA FISCHER - VOCALS AND DANCER (REPLACING GLORIA)
SOLANGE GEUNIER - DANCER AND VOCALS
CLAIRE LOUISE TURTON - DANCER AND VOCALS
IVONA BRNELIC - DANCER AND VOCALS

TOUR DATE

MAR 23 - Minneapolis, MN Target Center
MAR 24 - Madison, WI Kohl Center
MAR 25 - Chicago, IL Allstate Arena
MAR 26 - Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
MAR 30 - Cleveland, OH Gund Arena
MAR 31 - Louisville KY Freedom Hall

APR 1 - Greensboro, NC Coliseum
APR 3 - Philadelphia, PA First Union
APR 7 - New York, NY Madison Square Garden
APR 8 - New York, NY Madison Square Garden
APR 9 - Buffalo, NY Marine Midland
APR 12 - Atlanta, GA Phillips Arena
APR 14 - Tampa Ice Palace Arena
APR 15 - Ft Lauderdale, FL National Car Rental Center
APR 16 - Ft Lauderdale, FL National Car Rental Center
APR 19 - New Orleans, LA Sports Arena
APR 20 - Dallas, TX Reunion Arena
APR 21 - San Antonio, TX Alamodome
APR 23 - Houston, TX Compaq Center
APR 27 - Phoenix, AZ America West Arena
APR 28 - San Diego Sports Arena
APR 29 - Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand

MAY 3 - Sacramento, CA Arco Arena
MAY 4 - Anaheim, CA Arrowhead Pond
MAY 5 - Anaheim, CA Arrowhead Pond
MAY 6 - San Jose, CA San Jose Arena
MAY 8 - Oakland, CA Coliseum
MAY 12 - Tacoma, WA Tacomadome
MAY 13 - Vancouver, BC GM Place
MAY 15 - Salt Lake City, UT Delta Center
MAY 17 - Denver, CO Pepsi Center
MAY 19 - Kansas City, MO Kemper Arena
MAY 20 - Moline, IL Mark of the Quad
MAY 21 - St. Louis, MO Kiel Center
MAY 24 - Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
MAY 26 - Indianapolis, IN Conseco Fieldhouse
MAY 27 - Chicago, IL Allstate Arena
MAY 28 - Cincinnati, OH Firststar Center

JUN 1 - Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
JUN 2 - Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
JUN 3 - Columbus, OH Schottenstein
JUN 4 - Toronto, Canada Air Canada Center
JUN 8 - Boston, MA Fleetcenter
JUN 9 - Boston, MA Fleetcenter
JUN 10 - Montreal, Canada Molson Centre
JUN 11 - Ottawa, Canada Corel Centre
JUN 14 - Manassas, VA Nissan Pavilion
JUN 15 - Hartford, CT Meadows Music Theatre
JUN 16 - East Rutherford, NJ Continental Arena

EUROPEEN TOUR

JUN 30 - Zurich (Switzerland) Letzigrundstadion

JUL 1 - Zurich (Switzerland) Letzigrundstadion
JUL 3 - Hannover (Germany) Niedersachsenstadion
JUL 5 - Paris (France) Stade de France
JUL 7 - Glasgow (UK) Hampden Park
JUL 9 - Cardiff (UK) Millenium Stadium
JUL 11 - Dublin (Ireland) R D S Stadium
JUL 13 - Sheffield (UK) Don Vally Stadium
JUL 15 - London (UK) Wembley Stadium
JUL 16 - London (UK) Wembley Stadium
JUL 18 - Groningen (Holland) het Stadspark
JUL 19 - Hamburg (Germany) Volksparkstadion
JUL 21 - Berlin (Germany) Olympic Stadium
JUL 23 - Munchen (Germany) Olympic Stadium
JUL 25 - Werchter (Belgium) Festivalpark
JUL 27 - Frankfurt (Germany) Waldstadion
JUL 28 - Cologne (Germany) Müngersdorfer Stadion
JUL 30 - Leipzig (Germany) Festwiese

AUG 1 - Vienna (Austria) Ernst-Happel-Stadion
AUG 3 - Copenhagen (Denmark) Parken Stadium
AUG 5 - Gothenburg (Sweden) Ullevi Stadium
AUG 6 - Oslo (Norway) Valle Hovin
AUG 9 - Helsinki (Finland) Finnair Stadium
AUG 10 - Helsinki (Finland) Finnair Stadium
Aug 12 - Sopot (Poland) Festival song ground

NORTH AMERICAN SECOND LEG

SEPT 20 - Boston Fleet Center
SEPT 22 - Philadelphia First Union Center
SEPT 23 - Albany Pepsi Arena
SEPT 24 - Toronto Air Canada Centre
SEPT 26 - Toronto Air Canada Centre
SEPT 28 - Montreal Molson Centre
SEPT 30 - Pittsburgh Mellon Arena

OCT 1 - Nassau Coliseum
OCT 4 - Chicago United Center
OCT 6 - Cleveland Gund Arena
OCT 7 - Washington, DC MCI Center
OCT 8 - Raleigh Entertainment and Sports Arena
OCT 11 - Greenville Bi-Lo Center
OCT 13 - Charlotte Coliseum
OCT 14 - Atlanta Phillips Arena
OCT 15 - Orlando TD Waterhouse Centre
OCT 18 - Ft. Lauderdale National Car Rental Center
OCT 20 - Nashville Gaylord Arena
OCT 21 - Birmingham BJCC Arena
OCT 22 - Knoxville Thompson Boling Arena
OCT 25 - New Orleans Arena
OCT 27 - Austin Frank Erwin Center
OCT 28 - Dallas Reunion Arena
OCT 29 - Houston Compaq Center

NOV 1 - Columbus Nationwide Arena
NOV 3 - Lexington Rupp Arena
NOV 4 - Dayton Ervin J.Nutter Center
NOV 5 - East Lansing Breslin Events Center
NOV 9 - Fargo Fargodome
NOV 10 - Ames Hilton Coliseum
NOV 11 - Minneapolis Target Center
NOV 14 - Denver Pepsi Center
NOV 16 - San Jose Arena
NOV 17 - Los Angeles Staples Center
NOV 18 - Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
NOV 22 - Portland Rose Garden Arena
NOV 24 - Edmonton Skyreach Centre
NOV 25 - Calgary Saddledome
NOV 27 - Vancouver GM Place
NOV 29 - Houston Compaq Center

DEC 01 - Oakland CA Oakland Arena
DEC 02 - Reno NV Lawlor Events Center
DEC 03 - Bakersfield CA Centennial Garden
DEC 05 - Phoenix AZ America West Arena
DEC 06 - Anaheim CA Arrowhead Pond




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