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Mama's Gun World Tour

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Mama's Gun World Tour
Tour by Erykah Badu
Associated album Mama's Gun
Start date February 10, 2001
End date September 3, 2001
Legs 4
No. of shows 47 in North America
10 in Europe
57 in total
Erykah Badu concert chronology

The Mama's Gun World Tour is a concert tour and the second by American R&B singer Erykah Badu in support of her multi-platinum selling album Mama's Gun. The tour started in North America on February 10, in Cleveland, Ohio at the Allen Theatre.[1] Badu will perform two nights each in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and Chicago.[2]

The tour's itinerary will continue with additional dates throughout the summer in Europe and North America.[3] When the tour arrived in Toronto, Canada on February 19, after Badu performed the finale song "Bag Lady", she received a Platinum certification plaque for her top selling album, 'Mama's Gun'.

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Contents

Opening acts

Setlist

  1. "Rimshot (Intro)"
  2. "Certainly"1
  3. "No Love"1
  4. "Otherside of the Game"
  5. "Times a Wastin'"
  6. "Penitentiary Philosophy"
  7. "Didn't Cha Know?"
  8. "My Life"
  9. Medley: "On & On"/"...& On"
  10. "Sometimes"1
  11. "Cleva"
  12. "Hey Suga"/"Kiss Me On My Neck"
  13. "A.D. 2000"
  14. "Stay" (Chaka Khan cover)2
  15. *African Dance Segment*
  16. "Orange Moon"
  17. "Jah Live" (Bob Marley cover)2
  18. "Green Eyes"
  19. "Geto Heaven part two" (with Common)2
  20. "Tyrone"
  21. "Bag Lady"

1 performed at select dates in the U.S. and Europe.
2 performed only on select dates in the U.S.

Additional Notes

  • During shows on February 23, in Chicago and March 7, in San Diego, Common joined Badu on stage and both performed "Geto Heaven Pt two" from his Platinum album, Like Water for Chocolate (2000).[7]

Band

  • Director/Keyboards: Geno "JuneBugg" Young
  • Keyboards: R.C. Williams
  • Drums: Raphael "Lock Johnson" Iglehart
  • Percussions: Ramon Gonzalez
  • Flute: Dwayne Kerr
  • DJ: Frankie Knuckles
  • Bass: Braylon Lacy
  • Background vocals: N'dambi, Chinah Blac, Yahzarah

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America[8]
February 10, 2001 Cleveland United States Allen Theatre
February 12, 2001 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
February 13, 2001
February 14, 2001 New York City Radio City Music Hall
February 17, 2001 Boston Orpheum Theatre
February 18, 2001 Upper Darby Tower Theater
February 19, 2001 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
February 22, 2001 Detroit United States Fox Theatre
February 23, 2001 Chicago Auditorium Theatre
February 24, 2001
February 28, 2001 Atlanta Fox Theatre
March 1, 2001 New Orleans Saenger Theatre
March 3, 2001 Austin Austin Music Hall
March 4, 2001 Houston Aerial Theater
March 6, 2001 Phoenix Celebrity Theatre
March 7, 2001 San Diego 4th & B Club
March 9, 2001 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheater
March 10, 2001
March 12, 2001 Oakland Oakland Theatre
March 14, 2001 Las Vegas The Joint
March 16, 2001 Denver Fillmore Auditorium
March 17, 2001 Kansas City Midland Theatre
March 18, 2001 Dallas Bronco Bowl
Europe
May 1, 2001 Rome Italy Auditorium Parco della Musica
North America
May 4, 2001 Atlanta United States Midtown Music Festival
June 13, 2001 Chanhassen Paisley Park
July 5, 2001 New Orleans Superdome (Essence Music Festival)
Europe
July 9, 2001 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
July 10, 2001 Cologne Museumsplatz
July 11, 2001 Hamburg Hamburg Stadtpark
July 13, 2001 Bern Switzerland Gurten Festival
July 14, 2001 The Hague Netherlands Statenhal
July 16, 2001 Manchester England Carling Apollo
July 17, 2001 London Brixton Academy
July 18, 2001
July 20, 2001 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
North America[9]
August 1, 2001 Portsmouth United States Harbor Center Pavilion
August 3, 2001 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
August 4, 2001 Richmond Landmark Theater
August 5, 2001 Baltimore Pier Six Concert Pavilion
August 6, 2001 New York City Central Park Summerstage
August 8, 2001 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
August 10, 2001 Columbus Palace Theater
August 11, 2001 Milwaukee Riverside Theater
August 12, 2001 Minneapolis Orpheum Theatre
August 15, 2001 Seattle The Pier
August 17, 2001 Concord Concord Pavilion
August 18, 2001 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Bowl
August 19, 2001 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
August 21, 2001 San Diego Humphrey's by the Bay
August 23, 2001 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre
August 25, 2001 St. Louis The Pageant
August 26, 2001 Chicago Arie Crown Theater
August 30, 2001 Toronto Canada Molson Amphitheatre
September 2, 2001 Atlantic City United States Trump Taj Mahal
September 3, 2001 Boston Fleet Pavilion

References

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