Heart of Stone Tour

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Heart of Stone Tour
Turnê de Cher
Locais 72 na America do Norte
6 na Europa
11 na Austrália
89 no total
Álbum associado Heart of Stone
Data de início 23 de agosto de 1989
Data de fim 04 de dezembro de 1990
Partes 4
N.º de apresentações 89
Cronologia de turnês de Cher
Take Me Home Tour
Love Hurts Tour

Heart of Stone Tour é a segunda turnê solo da artista norte-americana Cher para promover o álbum Heart of Stone. Uma mini turnê foi montada no verão de 1989, e uma segunda etapa começou em 1990. A turnê chegou à América do Norte, Austrália e Europa e arrecadou mais de US $ 40 milhões. Um dos shows da turnê deu origem ao VHS/DVD Extravaganza: Live At Mirage.

Recepção[editar | editar código-fonte]

O New York Times escreveu sobre Heart of Stone Tour, "Seu show é uma espécie de mistério de Las Vegas com uma mensagem: confie em si mesmo, não desista da vida ou do amor, e a celebridade eterna pode ser sua."[1]

Set List[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • Intro/Video projection: Cher in every decade
  1. "I'm No Angel"
  2. "Hold On"
  3. "We All Sleep Alone"
  4. "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)"
  5. "I Found Someone"
  6. "Perfection"
    • Love Fight Interlude
  7. "Tougher Than the Rest"
    • Movie Medley
  8. "After All" (solo)
  9. "If I Could Turn Back Time"
  10. "Many Rivers to Cross"
  11. "Heart of Stone" (em algumas datas)
  12. "Takin' It to the Streets"

Notas[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • "The Fire Down Below" (apresentado no Mirage)
  • "Take It to the Limit" (apresentado no Mirage)
  • "I'll Be There For You" (realizado durante as primeiras datas norte-americanas)
  • "Desperado" (apresentado na Austrália)
  • "Love Hurts" (realizado no final da turnê na Austrália antes da gravação em estúdio)
  • "Just Like Jesse James (apresentado durante os ensaios de apoio, no ônibus da turnê)

Datas da turnê[editar | editar código-fonte]

Data Cidade País Local Comparecimento Receita
America do Norte [2]
August 23, 1989 New Jersey United States Garden State Arts Center
August 25, 1989 Michigan Fox Theatre
August 26, 1989
August 27, 1989 Ohio Blossom Music Center
August 29, 1989 Philadelphia Mann Music Center
August 30, 1989 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
August 31, 1989 New York Jones Beach Theater
September 2, 1989 Saratoga Performing Arts Center
September 4, 1989 Connecticut Lake Compounce
March 31, 1990 Dallas Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre 11,511 / 20,000 $252,778
April 1, 1990 Houston The Summit
April 2, 1990 Austin Frank Erwin Center
April 4, 1990 Pensacola Pensacola Civic Center
April 6, 1990 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
April 7, 1990 Orlando Orlando Arena
April 8, 1990 Tampa USF Sun Dome
April 11, 1990 Miami James L. Knight Center 10,024 / 10,024 $352,838
April 12, 1990
April 27, 1990 Atlantic City Copa Room 2,550 / 2,550
April 28, 1990
April 29, 1990
May 1, 1990 Providence Providence Civic Center 9,642 / 12,100 $221,776
May 2, 1990 Landover Capital Centre 9,728 / 18,000 $243,200
May 4, 1990 Atlantic City Copa Room 1,700 / 1,700
May 5, 1990
May 7, 1990 Rochester Rochester Community War Memorial 8,884 / 8,884 $213,150
May 9, 1990 Albany Knickerbocker Arena 12,998 / 12,998 $280,637
May 10, 1990 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum 13,250 / 17,000 $348,560
May 12, 1990 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena 16,987 / 16,987 $408,267
May 13, 1990 Worcester Centrum in Worcester 12,000 / 12,000 $294,212
May 15, 1990 Niagara Falls Niagara Falls Convention and Civic Center 7,960 / 7,960 $197,250
May 16, 1990 Pittsburgh Civic Arena 12,880 / 16,000
May 19, 1990 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills 16,739 / 16,739 $380,778
May 20, 1990 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum 9,638 / 17,000 $212,036
June 1, 1990 St. Louis St. Louis Arena 11,258 / 13,072 $255,816
June 2, 1990 Tinley Park World Music Theatre 16,870 / 28,000 $374,750
June 4, 1990 Bloomington Met Center 9,810 / 17,000 $224,472
June 5, 1990 Ames Hilton Coliseum 9,368 / 10,300 $210,780
June 9, 1990 Greenwood Village Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
June 14, 1990 Las Vegas Siegfried & Roy Theatre
June 15, 1990
June 16, 1990
June 17, 1990
June 18, 1990
June 19, 1990
June 21, 1990 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
June 29, 1990 Tempe ASU Activity Center
July 6, 1990 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
July 7, 1990 Toledo Savage Hall
July 9, 1990 Richfield Township Coliseum at Richfield
July 11, 1990 Indianapolis Market Square Arena
July 12, 1990 Lexington Rupp Arena
July 16, 1990 Wantagh Jones Beach Marine Theater
July 17, 1990 Philadelphia The Spectrum
July 20, 1990 Bristol The Amphitheatre at Lake Compounce
July 26, 1990 Moncton Canada Moncton Coliseum
July 27, 1990 Halifax Halifax Metro Centre
July 29, 1990 Old Orchard Beach United States Seashore Performing Arts Center
August 11, 1990 Sacramento ARCO Arena
August 12, 1990 Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena 9,040 / 13,453 $238,900
August 14, 1990 Spokane Spokane Coliseum
August 15, 1990 Tacoma Tacoma Dome
August 17, 1990 Salem L. B. Day Amphitheatre
August 18, 1990 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
August 20, 1990 Calgary Olympic Saddledome 13,218 / 17,000 $304,416
August 21, 1990 Edmonton Northlands Coliseum
August 25, 1990 Ottawa Lansdowne Park 11,382 / 12,000 $298,461
August 28, 1990 Montreal Montreal Forum 8,086 / 10,233 $230,447
August 29, 1990 Toronto CNE Grandstand
Europa
October 14, 1990 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
October 16, 1990 London England Wembley Arena
October 17, 1990
October 19, 1990
October 21, 1990 Birmingham NEC Arena
October 23, 1990
Australia
November 14, 1990 Adelaide Australia Memorial Drive Park
November 16, 1990 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
November 17, 1990
November 19, 1990
November 20, 1990
November 21, 1990
November 23, 1990 Melbourne National Tennis Centre
November 24, 1990
November 26, 1990
November 27, 1990
November 28, 1990
America do Norte
December 2, 1990 Las Vegas United States Siegfried & Roy Theatre
December 3, 1990
December 4, 1990

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