Whitney Houston Maps Out 'Nothing But Love' World Tour
In support of her comeback album "I Look to You", Whitney Houston is gearing up to travel across the globe for a world tour. Instead of kicking it off in the United States like many musicians do with their tour, she chooses to start it in Seoul, South Korea on February 6.
After having two live concerts in the country, Whitney will be flying to Japan from February 11 -18 and then heading to Australia from February 24 - March 7. Afterwards, she is going to Europe for a number of shows until June 10.
This marks Whitney's return to the road since her 1999 traveling show to promote her fourth studio album "My Love Is Your Love". Before she goes to Asia for the tour, a CD/DVD package titled "Whitney Houston (The Deluxe Anniversary Edition)" is released in the U.S. on January 26 as a celebration for her 25 years in the music business. The album includes a revamped version of her eponymous debut album "Whitney Houston" with five additional tracks.
"Nothing But Love" world tour dates:
- Feb 06 - Seoul, South Korea at Olympic 1 Gymnasium
- Feb 07 - Seoul, South Korea at Olympic 1 Gymnasium
- Feb 11 - Tokyo, Japan at Saitama Super Arena
- Feb 13 - Tokyo, Japan at Saitama Super Arena
- Feb 14 - Tokyo, Japan at Saitama Super Arena
- Feb 17 - Osaka, Japan at Osaka-Jo Hall
- Feb 18 - Osaka, Japan at Osaka-Jo Hall
- Feb 22 - Queensland, Australia at Brisbane Entertainment Centre
- Feb 24 - Sydney, Australia at Acer Arena
- Feb 27 - Hunter Valley, Australia at Hope Estate Winery
- Mar 01 - Melbourne, Australia at Rod Laver Arena
- Mar 06 - Perth, Australia at ME Bank Stadium
- Mar 07 - Perth, Australia at ME Bank Stadium
- Apr 06 - Paris, France at Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
- Apr 08 - Manchester, Great Britain at MEN Arena
- Apr 09 - Manchester, Great Britain at MEN Arena
- Apr 11 - Glasgow, Great Britain at SECC
- Apr 13 - Birmingham, Great Britain at LG Arena
- Apr 14 - Nottingham, Great Britain at Arena
- Apr 17 - Dublin, Ireland at O2 Arena
- Apr 18 - Dublin, Ireland at O2 Arena
- Apr 20 - Dublin, Ireland at O2 Arena
- Apr 22 - Newcastle, Great Britain at Metro Radio Arena
- Apr 25 - London, Great Britain at O2 Arena
- Apr 26 - London, Great Britain at O2 Arena
- Apr 28 - London, Great Britain at O2 Arena
- Apr 30 - Canary Islands at Autoridad Portuaria de Santa Cruz de Tenerife
- May 03 - Milan, Italy at Forum
- May 04 - Rome, Italy at PalaLottomatica
- May 09 - Zurich, Switzerland at Hallenstadion
- May 12 - Berlin, Germany at O2 World
- May 13 - Leipzig, Germany at Arena Leipzig
- May 16 - Hannover, Germany at TUI Arena
- May 17 - Hamburg, Germany at Color Line Arena
- May 19 - Vienna, Austria at Stadthalle
- May 21 - Munich, Germany at Olympiahalle Munich
- May 22 - Stuttgart, Germany at Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
- May 24 - Antwerp, Belgium at Sportpaleis
- May 26 - Oberhausen, Germany at Konig Pilsener Arena
- May 27 - Nuremberg, Germany at Nurnberger Versicherungen
- May 29 - Mannheim, Germany at SAP Arena
- May 31 - Frankfurt, Germany at Festhalle
- Jun 03 - Copenhagen, Denmark at Forum
- Jun 04 - Copenhagen, Denmark at Forum
- Jun 06 - Stavanger, Norway at Stavanger Koncerthus
- Jun 08 - Stockholm, Sweden at The Globe Arena
- Jun 10 - Helsinki, Finland at Hartwall Arena
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