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The Vortex World Tour

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The Vortex Tour
Tour by Erykah Badu
Associated album New Amerykah Part One (4th World War)
Start date May 4, 2008
End date October 24, 2008
Legs 3
No. of shows 34 in North America
19 in Europe
53 in total
Erykah Badu concert chronology

The Vortex Tour is a worldwide tour by American R&B/soul singer Erykah Badu in support of her Platinum selling 2008 album, New Amerykah Part One (4th World War).[1][2] The U.S. tour kicked off May 4, in Detroit, MI ending on June 15, in Albuquerque, N.M.[3] The second leg of tour reached Europe on June 25, in Copenhagen, Denmark. Badu toured across Europe playing shows that included an itinerary for the month of July. Several more shows were added throughout August in the U.S.

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Transcription

Contents

Opening act

Setlist

  1. "My People/Intro" (Instrumental)
  2. "Amerykahn Promise"
  3. "The Healer"
  4. "Me"
  5. "My People"
  6. "Twinkle"
  7. "The Cell"1
  8. "Back in the Day" (contain elements of "Juicy Fruit)"
  9. "On & On"/"...& On"
  10. "Didn't Cha Know?"
  11. "Soldier"
  12. "Master Teacher"
  13. "Appletree" (Remix)
  14. "I Want You" (contain elements of "Love To Love You Baby")
  15. "Next Lifetime"1
  16. "Annie" 1
  17. "Other Side of the Game"
  18. "Danger"
  19. "Time’s a Wastin’"
  20. "Orange Moon"
  21. Medley: "Liberation"/ "Green Eyes"1
  22. "Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip-Hop)"
  23. "Telephone"2
  24. "Tyrone"
  25. "Honey"1
  26. "Bag Lady"

1 performed on select dates in North America and Europe
2 performed on select dates in North America.

Additional notes

  • On select dates, as Badu performed "Other Side of the Game", members of The Roots would strut and dance across the stage as she adlib, "can't understand the game".
  • During select dates in Europe, "The Cell" was performed followed by "Twinkle", Badu sang the chorus of Common's "The Light" after "Bag Lady".

Band

  • Director/Keyboards: R.C. Williams
  • Guitar: Michael Feingold
  • Percussions: James Clemons
  • Bass: Stepen Bruner
  • Drums: Lamont Taylor
  • Flute: Dwayne Kerr
  • Turntables: Rashad Smith
  • Background vocals: Keisha Jackson, Koryan "Nayrok" Wright, Rachel Yahvah

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
North America
May 4, 2008 Detroit United States Fox Theatre
May 5, 2008 Toronto Canada Massey Hall
May 6, 2008 Sherbrooke Jacques Cartier Park
May 8, 2008 Boston United States Orpheum Theatre
May 9, 2008 New York City Radio City Music Hall
May 10, 2008 Baltimore Pier Six Pavilion
May 11, 2008 Upper Darby Tower Theater
May 14, 2008 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
May 15, 2008
May 16, 2008 Norfolk Chrysler Hall
May 17, 2008 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
May 18, 2008 Richmond Landmark Theater
May 20, 2008 Boca Raton Mizner Park Amphitheater
May 21, 2008 San Juan Puerto Rico Coliseum of Puerto Rico
May 23, 2008 Atlanta United States Fox Theatre
May 24, 2008 Montgomery Jubilee Festival
May 25, 2008 Oranjestad Aruba Soul Beach Music Festival
May 27, 2008 Nashville United States Tennessee Performing Arts Center
May 28, 2008 Memphis Orpheum Theatre
May 29, 2008 St. Louis Fox Theatre
May 30, 2008 Chicago Chicago Theatre
May 31, 2008
June 2, 2008 Denver Fillmore Auditorium
June 3, 2008 Salt Lake City The Depot
June 5, 2008 Redmond Marymoore Amphitheater
June 6, 2008 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom
June 8, 2008 Oakland United States Paramount Theatre
June 10, 2008 San Diego Humphrey's Bay
June 12, 2008 Los Angeles Greek Theater
June 13, 2008 Las Vegas House of Blues
June 14, 2008 Mesa Mesa Amphitheatre
June 15, 2008 Albuquerque Kiva Auditorium
Europe
June 25, 2008 Copenhagen Denmark Falconer Salen
June 26, 2008 Stockholm Sweden Berns Salonger
June 27, 2008 Brussels Belgium Couleur Café
June 28, 2008 Paris France Palais des congrès de Paris
June 30, 2008 London England Brixton Academy
July 1, 2008 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street
July 4, 2008 Montreux Switzerland Montreux Jazz Festival
July 5, 2008 Gdynia Poland Heineken Opener Festival
July 6, 2008 Rome Italy Parco della Musica
July 8, 2008 Lucca Piazza Napoleone
July 11, 2008 Madrid Spain Cuartel del Conde-Duque
July 12, 2008 Málaga Teatro Cervantes de Almería
July 14, 2008 Barcelona Poble Espanyol
July 17, 2008 Ghent Belgium Blue Note Festival
July 18, 2008 Lucerne Switzerland Blue Balls Festival
July 19, 2008 Stuttgart Germany Jazz Open Festival
July 22, 2008 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
July 23, 2008
July 26, 2008 Wiesen Austria Nova Jazz & Blue Nights
North America
September 27, 2008 Austin United States Austin City Limits Music Festival
October 24, 2008 New Orleans Voodoo Music Festival

References

External links

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