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Rainbow world tour

The Rainbow World Tour was a 2000 concert tour by Mariah Carey in support of her 1999 album "Rainbow."

The tour began on February 14, 2000 in Antwerp, Belgium and ended on April 18, 2000 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

According to Billboard, the tour's nine-date North American leg grossed $7.1 million.

Concert Background

The tour marked Mariah's first tour in the U.S. in seven years since her 1993 Music Box Tour garnered a flurry of bad initial reviews. In addition to visiting more European countries, she also visited Singapore for the first time.

During this tour, Mariah debuted new songs from the Rainbow album such as: "Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)", "Heartbreaker", "Thank God I Found You" and much more, including some of her biggest hits. Once again, her longtime friend Trey Lorenz was featured as a backup singer.

Set List

  1. "Rainbow" / "Petals" (Video Introduction)
  2. "Emotions"
  3. "My All"
  4. "Dreamlover"
  5. "X-Girlfriend"
  6. "Vulnerability"
  7. "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)"
  8. "Without You"
  9. "Make It Happen"
  10. "Thank God I Found You"
  11. "Fantasy"
  12. Band Interlude
  13. "Always Be My Baby"
  14. "Crybaby"
  15. "Close My Eyes"
  16. "Petals"
  17. "Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)"
  18. "Heartbreaker"
  19. "Honey"
  20. "Vision of Love"
  21. "Rainbow (Interlude)"
  22. "Hero"
  23. "Butterfly" (Outro)

Personnel

Band

  • Vernon Black
  • Keyboards: Eric Daniels
  • Sam Simms
  • Gregory Gonaway
  • Marco Oliveria
  • Michael McKnight
  • Background & featured vocalist: Trey Lorenz
  • Background vocals: Melonie Daniels, MaryAnn Tatum & Tracy Harris

Concert Dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets, and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue
Europe
February 14, 2000 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis rowspan=6 Template:N/a rowspan=6 Template:N/a rowspan=6 Template:N/a
February 17, 2000 Milan Italy Fila Forum
February 20, 2000 Cologne Germany Kölnarena
February 23, 2000 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
February 26, 2000 London United Kingdom Wembley Arena
February 29, 2000 Madrid Spain Palacio de Deportes
Asia
March 4, 2000 Osaka Japan Osaka Dome rowspan=4 Template:N/a rowspan=1 Template:N/a rowspan=4 Template:N/a
March 7, 2000 Tokyo Tokyo Dome 100,000 / 100,000
March 9, 2000
March 13, 2000 Singapore Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Template:N/a
North America
March 16, 2000 Los Angeles United States Staples Center Da Brat 15,627 / 15,627 $990,648
March 18, 2000 Las Vegas Thomas & Mack Center 13,591 / 13,591 $681,068
March 21, 2000 San Jose San Jose Arena 13,999 / 13,999 $862,170
March 25, 2000 Chicago United Center 14,892 / 14,892 $848,156
March 29, 2000 Miami American Airlines Arena rowspan=2 Template:N/a rowspan=2 Template:N/a rowspan=2 Template:N/a
April 1, 2000 Atlanta Philips Arena
April 11, 2000 New York City Madison Square Garden Da Brat 14,870 / 14,870 $1,066,413
April 13, 2000 Boston FleetCenter rowspan=2 Template:N/a rowspan=2 Template:N/a rowspan=2 Template:N/a
April 18, 2000 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
Total 72,979 / 72,979 $4,448,455

Notes

  • The April 13, 2000 concert in Boston, Massachusetts at the Fleet Center was originally planned to take place on April 4, but was rescheduled due to illness.
  • The April 18, 2000 concert in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the Air Canada Center was originally planned to take place on April 7 but was rescheduled due to illness.

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