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Norah Jones concert tours

This is a description of the concert tours that American Jazz singer-songwriter Norah Jones has embarked on during her professional career. All tours Norah Jones, has grossed over 40 million on worldwide.

Tours

Come Away with Me Tour

Come Away with Me Tour
Tour by Norah Jones
Associated album Come Away with Me
Start date May 29, 2002
End date February 10, 2004
Shows 150
Box office $15 million
Norah Jones tour chronology
- Come Away with Me Tour
(2002/2004)
Norah Jones & The Handsome Band Tour
(2004/2005)

Come Away with Me Tour is the first concert tour by the American jazz singer Norah Jones. The tour supported Jones's studio albums, Come Away with Me.

Set List

  1. Cold, Cold Heart
  2. Nightingale
  3. One Flight Down
  4. Seven Years
  5. Feelin' the Same Way
  6. Comes Love
  7. Something Is Calling You
  8. Come Away with Me
  9. What Am I to You?
  10. Painter Song
  11. Lonestar
  12. I've Got to See You Again
  13. Bessie Smith
  14. Don't Know Why

Norah Jones & The Handsome Band Tour

Norah Jones & The Handsome Band Tour
Tour by Norah Jones
Associated album Feels like Home
Start date February 12, 2004
End date April 23, 2005
Shows 100
Box office $10 million
Norah Jones tour chronology
Come Away with Me Tour
(2002/2004)
Norah Jones & The Handsome Band Tour
(2004/2005)
Not Too Late Tour
(2007/2008)

Norah Jones & The Handsome Band Tour is the second concert tour by American singer-songwriter, Norah Jones. The tour is (essentially) a continuation of her Come Away with Me Tour. The tour her second studio album, Feels like Home.

Set List

  1. What Am I to You?
  2. Sunrise
  3. Those Sweet Words
  4. In The morning
  5. Carnival Town
  6. That's The Way That The World Goes Around
  7. Humble me
  8. Don't Miss you At All
  9. The Long Way Home
  10. Don't Know Why
  11. Creepin'in
  12. The Prettiest Thing
  13. Moon Song
  14. Above Ground
  15. Loretta
  16. Life is a Carnival
  17. She
  18. Come Away With Me

Not Too Late Tour

Not Too Late Tour
Tour by Norah Jones
Associated album Not Too Late
Start date April 13, 2007
End date October 29, 2008
Legs 76
Box office $10 million

Not Too Late Tour is the third concert tour by American singer-songwriter, Norah Jones. The tour supported her third studio album, Not Too Late.

Set List

  1. Come Away With Me
  2. Those Sweet Words
  3. The Sun Doesn't Like You
  4. Not My Friend
  5. Thinking About You
  6. Be My Somebody
  7. Rosie's Lullaby
  8. Sunrise
  9. Sinkin' Soon
  10. Not Too Late
  11. My Dear Country
  12. Little Room
  13. Broken
  14. Long Way Home
  15. Creepin' In
  16. Hands on the Wheel
  17. Blue Bayou
  18. Don't Know Why

The Fall Tour

The Fall Tour
Tour by Norah Jones
Associated album The Fall
Start date March 5, 2010
End date August 27, 2010 (to date)
Legs 3
Shows 68
Box office $5 million
Norah Jones tour chronology
Norah Jones & The Handsome Band Tour
(2004/2005)
Not Too Late Tour
(2007/2008)
TBA

The Fall Tour is the fourth concert tour by American singer-songwriter, Norah Jones. The tour supported her fourth studio album, The Fall. In São Paulo, the show was free and filled with 43 thousand people.[1]

Set List

  1. "I Wouldn't Need You"
  2. "Tell Yer Mama"
  3. "Light as a Feather"
  4. "Even Though"
  5. "Young Blood"
  6. "It's Gonna Be"
  7. "Chasing Pirates"
  8. "Come Away with Me"
  9. "The Long Way Home"
  10. "Broken"
  11. "Cry Cry Cry"
  12. "Waiting"
  13. "Back to Manhattan"
  14. "Sinkin' Soon"
  15. "Carnival Town"
  16. "Don't Know Why"
  17. "Stuck"
  18. "Lonestar"
  19. "Sunrise"
  20. "How Many Times Have You Broken My Heart"
  21. "Creepin' In"

Dates

  1. March 5: Tulsa, Ok. (Brady Theatre)
  2. March 6: Kansas City, Mo. (The Midland)
  3. March 7: Omaha, Neb. (Orpheum)
  4. March 9: Des Moines, Ia. (Civic Centre)
  5. March 11: Akron, Oh. (E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall)
  6. March 12: Louisville, Ken. (Whitney Hall)
  7. March 13: Indianapolis, Ind. (Murat Theatre)
  8. March 15: Madison, Wisc. (Overture Hall)
  9. March 17: St. Paul, Minn. (The O’Shaughnessy)
  10. March 19: Milwaukee, Wisc. (Riverside Theatre)
  11. March 20: Chicago (Chicago Theatre)\
  12. March 22: London, On Canada (John Labatt Centre)
  13. March 25: Boston (Wang Theatre)
  14. March 26: Mashantucket, Conn. (MGM Foxwoods)
  15. March 27: New York City (WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden)
  16. March 30: Baltimore, Md. (Lyric Opera House)
  17. April 1: Charlottesville, Va. (The Paramount Theatre)
  18. April 2: Washington, DC (Warner Theatre)
  19. April 3: Philadelphia (Tower Theatre)
  20. April 18: Seattle (Paramount Theatre)
  21. April 19: Portland, Oreg. (Arlene Schnitzer Hall)
  22. April 21: San Francisco (The Fillmore)
  23. April 23: Los Angeles (Orpheum Theater)
  24. April 24: San Diego, Calif. (Spreckels Theatre)
  25. April 25: Phoenix, Ariz. (Dodge Theater)
  26. April 28: Albuquerque, N.M. (Kiva Auditorium)
  27. April 29: El Paso, Tex. (Plaza Theatre)
  28. May 1: Austin, Tex (Stubb’s Bar-B-Q)
  29. May 4: Dallas (Majestic Theatre)
  30. May 5: Houston (Verizon Wireless Theater)
  31. May 6: Mobile, Ala. (Saenger Theatre)
  32. May 8: Memphis, Tenn. (Orpheum Theatre)
  33. May 9: Birmingham, Ala. (Alabama Theatre)
  34. May 11: Asheville, N.C. (Thomas Wolfe Auditorium)
  35. May 12: Charlotte, N.C. (Ovens Auditorium)
  36. May 14: Nashville, Tenn. (Ryman Auditorium)
  37. May 15: Atlanta (Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre)
  38. June 9, 2010 Celebrate Brooklyn Fest / Prospect Park Bandshell Brooklyn, NY Free Concert
  39. June 11–12, 2010 Bonnaroo Festival Manchester, TN - Bonnaroo 2010: Norah Jones In Concert (listen online 79 mins)
  40. June 21, 2010 Manchester Apollo Manchester, UK -
  41. June 22, 2010 Hammersmith Apollo London, UK -
  42. June 24, 2010 L'Olympia Paris, France -
  43. June 25, 2010 L'Olympia Paris, France -
  44. June 29, 2010 Forest National Brussels, Belgium -
  45. July 1, 2010 Roemersteinbrunch St. Margarethen, Austria -
  46. July 2, 2010 Tollwood Festival Munich, Germany -
  47. July 3, 2010 Montreux Jazz Festival (Stravinski Hall) Montreux, Switzerland -
  48. July 5, 2010 Museumsufer Bonn, Germany -
  49. July 7, 2010 Gent Jazz Festival Gent, Belgium -
  50. July 9, 2010 North Sea Jazz Festival Rotterdam, Holland -
  51. July 11, 2010 Teatro Euskalduna Bilbao. Spain - -
  52. July 13, 2010 Cool Jazz festival Lisbon (Cascais), Portugal - -
  53. July 14, 2010 Castrelos Park Vigo, Spain -
  54. July 16, 2010 Castell Perelada Gardens Perelada, Spain -
  55. July 17, 2010 Jazz A Vienne Vienne, France -
  56. July 17, 2010 Jazz A Vienne Vienne, France -
  57. July 18, 2010 Le Sporting Club Monte Carlo, Monaco -
  58. July 20, 2010 MJF Arena Civica Milan, Italy -
  59. July 21, 2010 MJF Arena Civica Loerrach, Germany -
  60. July 23, 2010 Cavea Auditorium Rome, Italy -
  61. July 24, 2010 San Marco Square Venice, Italy -
  62. August 7, 2010 Musikfest Sands River Place Stage Bethlehem, PA -
  63. August 8, 2010 Durham Performing Arts Centre Durham, NC -
  64. August 19, 2010 Red Rocks Amphitheater Morrison, CO -
  65. August 20, 2010 Red Butte Garden Salt Lake City, UT -
  66. August 22, 2010 The Pearl Las Vegas, NV -
  67. August 24, 2010 Santa Barbara Bowl Santa Barbara, CA -
  68. August 25, 2010 Greek Theater Los Angeles, CA -
  69. August 27, 2010 Greek Theater Berkeley, CA -
  70. November 5, 2010 Auditorio Nacional Mexico City, Mexico
  71. November 8, 2010 Luna Park Buenos Aires, Argentina [2]
  72. November 12, 2010 Teatro Positivo Curitiba, Brazil
  73. November 14, 2010 Parque Independencia São Paulo, Brazil
  74. November 16, 2010 Teatro Oi Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  75. November 18, 2010 Teatro Bourbon Porto Alegre, Brazil

Little Broken Hearts Tour

Little Broken Hearts Tour is the fifth concert tour by American singer-songwriter, Norah Jones. The tour supported her fifth studio album, Little Broken Hearts.

Dates

  1. May 25, 2012 Paris, France (Olympia Theater)
  2. May 26, 2012 Frankfurt, Germany (Alte Opera)
  3. June 1, 2012 London, UK (Royal Festival Hall)
  4. June 2, 2012 London, UK (Royal Festival Hall)
  5. June 20, 2012 Indianapolis, IN (Murat Theater)
  6. June 22, 2012 Memphis, TN (Mud Island Amphitheater)
  7. June 23, 2012 Atlanta, GA (Fox Theater)
  8. June 24, 2012 Nashville, TN (Ryman Auditorium)
  9. June 27, 2012 Vienna, VA (Wolf Trap)
  10. June 28, 2012 Philadelphia, PA (Man Center)
  11. June 29, 2012 Rochester, NY (Kodak Hall)
  12. July 1, 2012 Boston, MA (Bank of America Pavilion)
  13. July 2, 2012 Wallingford, CT (Oakdale Theatre)
  14. July 3, 2012 New York, NY (Central park SummerStage)
  15. July 6, 2012 Toronto, Canada (Massey Hall)
  16. July 7, 2012 Montreal, Canada (Montreal Jazz Festival)
  17. July 14, 2012 Lucca, Italy (Lucca Festival)
  18. July 16, 2012 Luxembourg, Luxembourg (Neumunster Abbey)
  19. July 17, 2012 Hamburg, Germany (Stadtpark)
  20. July 19, 2012 Rattvik, Sweden (Dalhall)
  21. July 20, 2012 Molde, Norway (Moldejazz Festival)
  22. July 22, 2012 Pori, Finland (Pori Jazz Festival)
  23. August 7, 2012 Santa Barbara, CA (Santa Barbara Bowl)
  24. August 8, 2012 San Diego, CA (Copley Symphony Hall)
  25. August 10, 2012 Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Bowl)
  26. August 12, 2012 Lake Tahoe, NV (Harvey's Outdoor Arena)
  27. August 15, 2012 Bend, OR (Les Schwab Amphitheater)
  28. August 17, 2012 Portland, OR (Edgefield Winery)
  29. August 18, 2012 Seattle, WA (Marymoor Amphitheater)
  30. August 21, 2012 Salt Lake City, UT (Red Butte Garden)
  31. August 23, 2012 Denver, CO (Red Rocks)
  32. October 7, 2012 Minneapolis, MN (Orpheum Theatre)
  33. October 8, 2012 Milwaukee, WI (Riverside Theater)
  34. October 9, 2012 Chicago, IL (Chicago Theater)
  35. October 11, 2012 Des Moines, IA (Civic Center)
  36. October 12, 2012 Omaha, NE (Orpheum Theatre)
  37. October 13, 2012 Kansas City, MO (Midland Theatre)
  38. October 15, 2012 St. Louis, MO (Peabody Opera House)
  39. October 16, 2012 Tulsa, OK (Brady Theatre)
  40. October 20, 2012 Houston, TX (Bayou Music Center)
  41. October 22, 2012 Dallas, TX (McFarlin Auditorium)
  42. October 23, 2012 New Orleans, LA (Mahalia Jackson Theatre)
  43. November 4, 2012 Nagoya, Japan (Aichiken Gymnasium)
  44. November 5, 2012 Osaka, Japan (Grand Cube)
  45. November 6, 2012 Kanazawa, Japan (Honda no Mori Hall)
  46. November 8, 2012 Tokyo, Japan (Budokan)
  47. November 9, 2012 Tokyo, Japan (Budokan)
  48. November 10, 2012 Osaka, Japan (Umeda Geijutsu Gekijo Main Hall)
  49. November 12, 2012 Hiroshima, Japan (Shi Bunkakorya Kaikan)
  50. November 14, 2012 Sapporo, Japan (Nitori Bunka Hall)
  51. November 17, 2012 Seoul, South Korea (Chamsil Gymnasium)
  52. November 30, 2012 Bogota, Colombia (Multiparque)
  53. December 2, 2012 Lima, Peru (CC Maria Angola)
  54. December 4, 2012 Santiago, Chile (Movistar Arena)
  55. December 7, 2012 Montevideo, Uruguay (Teatro de Verano)
  56. December 8, 2012 Buenos Aires, Argentina (Luna Park)
  57. December 9, 2012 Buenos Aires, Argentina (Luna Park)
  58. December 12, 2012 Porto Alegre, Brazil (Teatro Araujo Vianna)
  59. December 15, 2012 São Paulo, Brazil (Via Funchal)
  60. December 16, 2012 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Vivo Rio)
  61. February 15, 2013 Sydney, Australia (State Theater)
  62. February 16, 2013 Sydney, Australia (State Theater)
  63. February 19, 2013 Brisbane, Australia (Brisbane Convention Center)
  64. February 21, 2013 Melbourne, Australia (The Plenary)
  65. February 22, 2013 Adelaide, Australia (Festival Theater)
  66. February 24, 2013 Perth, Australia (Riverside Theater)

References

External links

  • Official Tour Archive Dates
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