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Early Years Whitney performed as a backing singer in her mother Cissy's show at such clubs as Reno Sweeney's, Bottom Line, Mikell's, Horn of Plenty & Sweetwaters in New York City, NY

1978

February 18, 1978 Town Hall, New York City, NY (performing "Tomorrow" in her mother Cissy's show) June 22, 1978 Reno Sweeney's, New York City, NY (performing as a backing singer in her mother Cissy's show)

1980

June ?, 1980 Bottom Line, New York City, NY (performing "Home" in her mother Cissy's show)

1982

? ?, 1982 Seventh Avenue South, New York City, NY (performing "Tomorrow" & "Home" in her mother Cissy's show) ? ?, 1982 Top Hat Rehearsal Hall, New York City, NY (Arista Records Showcase) ? ?, 1982 Sweetwaters, New York City, NY

1983

June 23, 1983 Merv Griffin Theater, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "The Merv Griffin Show". Arista Records founder, Clive Davis introduced Whitney Houston to the world on this show for her first major TV performance. She performed "Home" and a medley of soul classics, Aretha Franklin's "(Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone", "Ain't No Way" & Sam Cooke's "You Send Me", with her mother Cissy Houston)

1984

December 1, 1984 Museum of the City of New York, New York City, NY (Arista Records 10th Anniversary Celebration, performing "I Wanna Be Where You Are", "I Am Changing", "Greatest Love of All" & "Tomorrow")

1985

Whitney Houston US Summer Tour 1985

January 8-11, 1985 Sweetwaters, New York City, NY February 12-16, 1985 Sweetwaters, New York City, NY April 5, 1985 NBC Studios, Burbank, CA May ?, 1985 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA May ?, 1985 Judge's Chambers, Dallas, TX May ?, 1985 Park West, Chicago, IL May ?, 1985 Moonshadow, Atlanta, GA June 3, 1985 Syria Mosque Theater, Pittsburgh, PA June 27, 1985 Pier 84, New York City, NY (Miller Time Concerts on the Pier) July 12-15, 1985 Front Row Theater, Highland Heights, OH August 2-3, 1985 Westbury Music Fair, Westbury, NY (2 shows on 3rd 7.00 & 11.00, supporting Jeffrey Osborne) August 8, 1985 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines, IA August 9-10, 1985 Holiday Star Theatre, Merrillville, IN (supporting Jeffrey Osborne) August 16, 1985 Summit, Houston, TX (supporting Luther Vandross) August 28, 1985 Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay, San Diego, CA (supported by Roseanne Barr) August 29, 1985 Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA August 30-31, 1985 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Jeffrey Osborne) September 27, 1985 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC October 2-3, 1985 Park West, Chicago, IL October 6, 1985 DeVos Hall, Grand Rapids, MI October 10-11, 1985 Lyric Opera House, Baltimore, MD October 19, 1985 Clowes Memorial Hall, Indianapolis, IN October 28, 1985 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY November 9, 1985 Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, GER ("Peter's Pop Show" performing "Saving All My Love for You", "How Will I Know" & "All at Once") November 20, 1985 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY November 23, 1985 Convention Center Theatre, Dallas, TX November 24, 1985 Music Hall, Houston, TX November 30, 1985 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA December 1, 1985 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA

1986

January 2, 1986 Kennedy Center, Washington, DC ('An All-Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.', performing "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", with Ashford & Simpson & Al Jarreau. Broadcast January 20th)

April 5, 1986 French TV "Champs Elysees". Hosted by Michel Drucker, with guest Serge Gainsbourg. Having sung her hit "Saving All My Love for You", Whitney was brought by presenter Michel Drucker over to the couch where a drunken Serge was waiting. Serge sat down next to Whitney and immediately said in heavily accented English, "I want to fuck you". Needless to say, Miss Houston was more than a little shocked by this 58-year-old French crooner's rather crude display of appreciation, but she stayed nonetheless and sang a duet with him before the end of the show)


July 4, 1986 Liberty State Park, Jersey City, NJ (Liberty Weekend: Americana Concert, performing "Greatest Love of All" (with the Boston Pops Orchestra conducted by John Williams) & "America the Beautiful" with the other guests)

Whitney Houston Greatest Love World Tour

July 26, 1986 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD July 28, 1986 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY July 29, 31 & August 1, 1986 Boston Common, Boston, MA (Miller Music Festival) August 2, 1986 Jones Beach Marine Theater, Wantagh, NY August 4, 1986 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ August 6, 1986 Jones Beach Marine Theater, Wantagh, NY August 10-11, 1986 Chastain Park Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA August 12, 1986 Starwood Amphitheatre, Nashville, TN August 14, 1986 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH August 15, 1986 Freedom Hall, Louisville, KY August 16, 1986 Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN August 18, 1986 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH August 19-20, 1986 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI August 22, 1986 CNE Stadium, Toronto, ON August 24, 1986 Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, ON August 26, 1986 Forum, Montreal, QC August 27, 1986 Mann Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA August 28, 1986 State Fair Grandstand, Geddes, NY (Rescheduled for September 8th) ? August 30-31, 1986 Poplar Creek Music Theater, Hoffman Estates, IL September 1, 1986 Municipal Theatre of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO September 7, 1986 New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse, NY September 8, 1986 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO September 12, 1986 Cal Expo Amphitheatre, Sacramento, CA September 13, 1986 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA September 14, 1986 Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA September 16, 1986 Selland Arena, Fresno, CA September 18, 1986 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA September 19, 1986 Pacific Amphitheatre, Costa Mesa, CA September 21 & 23, 1986 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA October 10, 1986 Forest National, Brussels, BEL October 11, 1986 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED October 17 & 19-20, 1986 Wembley Arena, London, ENG November 4, 1986 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN November 5, 1986 Osaka-jō Hall, Osaka, JPN November 6, 1986 Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium, Nagoya, JPN November 8, 1986 Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium, Yokohama, JPN November 10-12, 1986 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN November 15-17, 1986 Entertainment Centre, Sydney, AUS November 19-20, 1986 Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, AUS (Cancelled) November 23-24, 1986 National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, AUS (Cancelled) November 26, 1986 Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS (Cancelled) November 27, 1986 Entertainment Centre, Sydney, AUS (Cancelled) November 30-December 1, 1986 Blaisdell Arena, Honolulu, HI

1987

February 7, 1987 Teatro Ariston, Sanremo, ITY (Sanremo Music Festival 1987. Whitney was the international guest at the finale of the Italian contest performing "All at Once". Whitney received a huge standing ovation and the audience asked for an encore, one of the few times an encore was requested in the history of the contest)

May 15, 1987 Casino Barrière de Montreux, Montreux, SUI (27th Montreux Golden Rose Rock Festival IM&MC Gala performing "How Will I Know", "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" & "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)")

Whitney Houston Moment of Truth World Tour

July 4, 1987 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, MI July 5, 1987 Marcus Amphitheater, Milwaukee, WI July 7, 1987 Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center, Canandaigua, NY July 8, 1987 Olympic Center Complex Arena, Lake Placid, NY July 9, 1987 Civic Center, Providence, RI July 11-12, 1987 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD July 14, 1987 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH July 17, 1987 Market Square Arena, Indianapolis, IN July 18-19, 1987 Harriet Island Pavilion, St. Paul, MN July 21-22, 1987 Poplar Creek Music Theater, Hoffman Estates, IL July 24, 1987 Civic Center, Peoria, IL July 25, 1987 St. Louis Arena, St. Louis, MO July 26-27, 1987 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH July 30, 1987 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

July 31, 1987 University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN (The Special Olympics World Summer Games Opening Ceremony performing "Love Will Save the Day", "Didn't We Almost Have It All" & "Winners All", in the finale with Barbara Mandrell, Marvin Hamlisch & John Denver. In 1988, she won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Musical Performance in a Sports Program for this performance)

July 31-August 1, 1987 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI August 2, 1987 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA August 5, 1987 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC August 7, 1987 Birmingham–Jefferson Civic Center, Birmingham, AL August 8, 1987 Omni, Atlanta, GA August 9, 1987 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC August 12, 1987 Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA August 13, 1987 Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey, PA August 14, 1987 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA August 16-17, 1987 Jones Beach Marine Theater, Wantagh, NY August 19-20, 1987 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ August 21-22, 1987 Civic Center, Hartford, CT August 24-26, 1987 Boston Common, Boston, MA August 28, 1987 Forum, Montreal, QC August 29, 1987 Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, ON August 30, 1987 CNE Stadium, Toronto, ON September 2, 1987 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY (the performances of "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" & "Didn't We Almost Have It All" were televised during the ceremony for the MTV Video Music Awards on September 11, 1987) September 3, 1987 Onondaga War Memorial, Syracuse, NY September 5, 1987 Civic Center, Providence, RI September 8-9, 1987 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Kenny G. was featured on stage playing saxophone while Houston performed "For The Love of You") September 12, 1987 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY September 13, 1987 Assembly Hall, Champaign, IL September 18, 1987 Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX September 19, 1987 Summit, Houston, TX September 20, 1987 Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX September 23, 1987 Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, NM September 26, 1987 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA September 27, 1987 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA September 29, 1987 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV October 1, 1987 Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena, Oakland, CA October 2, 1987 Forum, Inglewood, CA October 9-10, 1987 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA October 11, 1987 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC October 12, 1987 Memorial Coliseum Complex, Portland, OR October 27, 1987 McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO October 29, 1987 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO October 30, 1987 Hilton Coliseum, Ames, IA October 31, 1987 Carver–Hawkeye Arena, Iowa City, IA November 3, 1987 Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NE November 4, 1987 Myriad Convention Center Arena, Oklahoma City, OK November 9, 1987 Centrum, Worcester, MA November 10, 1987 Meadowlands Arena, East Rutherford, NJ November 14, 1987 WVU Coliseum, Morgantown, WV November 17, 1987 Civic Center, Charleston, WV November 20, 1987 Stokely Athletic Center, Knoxville, TN November 21, 1987 Smith Center, Chapel Hill, NC November 23, 1987 Murphy Center, Murfreesboro, TN November 27, 1987 Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA December 2, 1987 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL December 4, 1987 USF Sun Dome, Tampa, FL December 5, 1987 Hollywood Sportatorium, Pembroke Pines, FL December 8, 1987 Orange County Civic Center, Orlando, CA

1988

April 17, 1988 Forest National, Brussels, BEL April 19, 21 & 23-24, 1988 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED April 27-28, 30 & May 1-2, 1988 NEC Arena, Birmingham, ENG May 4-5, 7, 10-12 & 15-16, 1988 Wembley Arena, London, ENG (One of the shows was recorded and broadcast live on Rai Uno TV in Italy) May 18, 1988 Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, FRA May 20-21, 1988 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER May 24, 1988 Valby-Hallen, Copenhagen, DEN May 25, 1988 Drammenshallen, Drammen, NOR May 27-28, 1988 Johanneshovs Isstadion, Stockholm, SWE May 29, 1988 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, GER June 2, 1988 Waldbühne, Berlin, GER June 4, 1988 Westfalenhallen, Dortmund, GER June 6, 1988 Hala Stulecia, Wroclaw, POL June 8-9, 1988 Palazzo dello Sport, Rome, ITY June 11, 1988 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG (Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Concert) June 12-13, 1988 Palatrussardi, Milan, ITY June 16, 1988 Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT June 18-19 & 21, 1988 St. Jakobshalle, Basel, SUI June 23-24 & 26, 1988 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER June 28, 1988 Plaça de Toros La Monumental, Barcelona, SPA June 29, 1988 Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas, Madrid, SPA August 28, 1988 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Benefit concert for the United Negro College Fund) September 21, 1988 Green Arena, Hiroshima, JPN September 22, 1988 Kokusai Center, Fukuoka, JPN September 26-28, 1988 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN October 1-2, 1988 Osaka-jō Hall, Osaka, JPN October 5-6, 1988 Rainbow Hall, Nagoya, JPN October 7, 1988 Kusanagi Athletic Stadium, Shizuoka, JPN October 11, 1988 Makomanai Indoor Stadium, Sapporo, JPN October 13, 1988 Sendai Gymnasium, Sendai, JPN October 15, 1988 Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium, Yokohama, JPN October 16-17, 1988 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN October 22, 1988 National Tennis Centre, Melbourne, AUS October 25, 1988 National Indoor Sports Centre, Canberra, AUS October 31, 1988 Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS November 7-8, 1988 Entertainment Centre, Sydney, AUS November 11, 1988 Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, AUS November 18-20, 1988 Hong Kong Coliseum, Hong Kong, HK

1989

November 13, 1989 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA ('Sammy Davis Jr.'s 60th Anniversary Celebration', performing "One Moment in Time". Broadcast on ABC on February 4, 1990)

1990

Whitney Houston Feels So Right Tour

January 1-2, 1990 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, JPN January 5, 1990 Sapporo Tsukisamu Green Dome January 7-8, 1990 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, JPN (The 7th was recorded and broadcast on cable TV in Japan) January 12-14, 1990 Osaka-jō Hall, Osaka, JPN January 17-18, 1990 Nippon Gaishi Hall, Nagoya, JPN January 20, 1990 Kokusai Center, Fukuoka, JPN January 21, 1990 Sun Plaza, Hiroshima, JPN January 23, 1990 Sendai Gymnasium, Sendai, JPN January 24, 1990 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, JPN

March 17, 1990 Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY (That's What Friends Are For: Arista Records 15th Anniversary AIDS Benefit Concert)

1991

January 27, 1991 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL (Super Bowl XXV. Whitney performed "The Star-Spangled Banner" before the start of the game)

Whitney Houston I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour

March 14-15, 1991 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, JPN March 31, 1991 Naval Air Station, Norfolk, VA ("Welcome Home Heroes Concert" special which aired on HBO and was dedicated to the troops who were fighting in the Gulf War. All proceeds went to the Red Cross) April 18, 1991 Thompson–Boling Arena, Knoxville, TN (supported by After 7) April 20, 1991 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY (supported by After 7) April 21, 1991 Assembly Hall, Champaign, IL (supported by After 7) April 23, 1991 Hearnes Center, Columbia, MO (supported by After 7) April 24, 1991 Hilton Coliseum, Ames, IA (supported by After 7) April 26, 1991 Carver–Hawkeye Arena, Iowa City, IA (supported by After 7) April 27, 1991 Target Center, Minneapolis, MN (supported by After 7) April 29, 1991 Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, MB (supported by After 7) May 1, 1991 Saskatchewan Place, Saskatoon, SK (supported by After 7) May 3, 1991 Northlands Coliseum, Edmonton, AB (supported by After 7) May 5, 1991 Olympic Saddledome, Calgary, AB (supported by After 7) May 7, 1991 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (supported by After 7) May 8, 1991 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (supported by After 7) May 9, 1991 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA (supported by After 7) May 11, 1991 Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena, Oakland, CA (supported by After 7. Whitney's performances of "My Name Is Not Susan", "Miracle" & "Greatest Love of All" were shown during a televised telethon that aired on MTV, May 12th, for The Simple Truth: A concert for Kurdish Refugees) May 12, 1991 ARCO Arena, Sacramento, CA (supported by After 7) May 13, 1991 Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA (Cancelled) May 16, 1991 Forum, Inglewood, CA (supported by After 7) May 17, 1991 Pacific Amphitheatre, Costa Mesa, CA (supported by After 7) May 19, 1991 Desert Sky Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ (supported by After 7) May 21, 1991 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV (supported by After 7) May 23, 1991 Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, NM (supported by After 7) May 24, 1991 Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village, CO (supported by After 7) May 25, 1991 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT (supported by After 7) May 28, 1991 Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, LA (supported by After 7) May 30, 1991 Myriad Convention Center Arena, Oklahoma City, OK (supported by After 7) May 31, 1991 Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre, Dallas, TX (supported by After 7) June 2, 1991 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands, TX (supported by After 7) June 4, 1991 HemisFair Arena, San Antonio, TX (supported by After 7) June 5, 1991 Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX (supported by After 7) June 7, 1991 BJCC Coliseum, Birmingham, AL (supported by After 7) June 9, 1991 Civic Center, Pensacola, FL (supported by After 7) June 10, 1991 Centroplex Arena, Orlando, FL (supported by After 7) June 11, 1991 Miami Arena, Miami, FL (supported by After 7) June 13, 1991 Carolina Coliseum, Columbia, SC (supported by After 7) June 15, 1991 Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA (supported by After 7) June 16, 1991 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC (supported by After 7. The performance of "I'm Your Baby Tonight" was broadcast June 23rd as part of the Fox US TV special "Coca Cola Pop Music Backstage Pass to Summer" hosted by Cher) June 19, 1991 McKenzie Arena, Chattanooga, TN (supported by After 7) June 20, 1991 Starwood Amphitheatre, Nashville, TN (supported by After 7) June 22, 1991 Riverport Amphitheatre, Maryland Heights, MO (Cancelled) June 23, 1991 Starlight Theatre, Kansas City, MO (Cancelled) June 25, 1991 Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NE (Cancelled) June 27, 1991 Marcus Amphitheater, Milwaukee, WI (Summerfest) June 28, 1991 Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IN (supported by After 7) June 30, 1991 World Music Theatre, Tinley Park, IL (supported by After 7) July 3, 1991 Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by After 7) July 5, 1991 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA (Cancelled) July 6, 1991 Blockbuster Pavilion, Charlotte, NC (supported by After 7) July 7, 1991 Hardee's Walnut Creek Amphitheatre, Raleigh, NC (supported by After 7) July 10, 1991 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH (supported by After 7) July 11, 1991 Capitol Music Center, Grove City, OH (supported by After 7) July 13, 1991 Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater, Burgettstown, PA (supported by After 7) July 14, 1991 Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA (supported by After 7) July 16, 1991 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (supported by After 7) July 17, 1991 Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by After 7) July 19, 1991 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by After 7) July 20, 1991 Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey, PA (supported by After 7) July 21, 1991 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY (supported by After 7) July 23, 1991 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (supported by After 7) July 26, 1991 Brendan Byrne Arena, East Rutherford, NJ (supported by After 7) July 27, 1991 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH (supported by After 7) July 29, 1991 Tanglewood, Lenox, MA (supported by After 7) July 30, 1991 Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center, Hopewell, NY (supported by After 7) August 1, 1991 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (supported by After 7) August 3, 1991 Civic Center, Hartford, CT (supported by After 7) August 4, 1991 Paramount Theater, Rutland, VT (supported by After 7) August 6-7, 1991 Great Woods Performing Arts Center, Mansfield, MA (supported by After 7) August 9, 1991 Seashore Performing Arts Center, Old Orchard Beach, ME (supported by After 7) August 10, 1991 Holman Stadium, Nashua, NH (supported by After 7) August 11, 1991 Magnetic Hill Concert Site, Moncton, NB (Cancelled due to a throat ailment) August 13, 1991 Metro Centre, Halifax, NS (Cancelled due to a throat ailment) August 15, 1991 Forum, Montreal, QC (Cancelled due to a throat ailment) August 16, 1991 Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, ON (Cancelled due to a throat ailment) August 17, 1991 CNE Grandstand, Toronto, ON (Cancelled due to a throat ailment) August 27-September1, 1991 NEC Arena, Birmingham, ENG (Supported by Snap!) September 3-4, 6-7, 9-11 & 13-15, 1991 Wembley Arena, London, ENG (Supported by Snap!) September 17-19, 1991 Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow, SCOT (supported by D'Influence) September 21-23 & 25-27, 1991 Sportpaleis van Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED (Supported by Snap!) September 29, 1991 Coliseum da Coruña, A Coruña, SPA (Supported by Snap!. The concert was recorded and aired on TV in Spain, and select countries in Europe. Eight edited live performances were included in her first hourlong TV special 'Whitney Houston: This Is My Life, which was broadcast by ABC on May 6, 1992. The special also included two live performances filmed during rehearsals for her tour, "This Day" & "Greatest Love of All", as well as Whitney talking about her musical and personal life with a behind-the-scenes view of the world tour. Her co-star in the movie The Bodyguard, Kevin Costner, plus her parents Cissy Houston and John Houston appeared to talk about Whitney) October 1-2, 1991 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, FRA (Supported by Snap!)

1992

February 16, 1992 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, CA (Muhammad Ali's 50th Birthday Celebration. She dedicated "Greatest Love of All" to Muhammad Ali, which was the theme of 1977 film The Greatest about the life of him and later joined "You've Got a Friend" with Diana Ross & other celebrities at the end of the show. Broadcast on ABC on March 1, 1992)

1993

Whitney Houston Bodyguard World Tour

July 5-6 & 8, 1993 James L. Knight Center, Miami, FL (supported by Angie & Debbie Winans) July 11-12, 1993 Filene Center, Vienna, VA (supported by Angie & Debbie Winans) July 14-15, 1993 Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts, Mansfield, MA (supported by Angie & Debbie Winans) July 20-21, 23-24 & 26, 1993 Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY (supported by Angie & Debbie Winans) July 28, 30-31-August 1 & 3-4, 1993 Sands Hotel & Casino Copa Room, Atlantic City, NJ (supported by Jay Johnson) August 13, 1993 Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, DEN August 15, 1993 Kolding Stadion, Kolding, DEN August 22, 1993 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Angie & Debbie Winans) August 23, 1993 Embarcadero Marina Park South, San Diego, CA (Summer Pops Series) August 25, 27-28, 1993 Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, Cerritos, CA (supported by Angie & Debbie Winans) September 1-2, 1993 Osaka-jō Hall, Osaka, JPN September 6-7, 9-10 & 13-14, 1993 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN September 16-17, 1993 Rainbow Hall, Nagoya, JPN September 19-20, 1993 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, JPN September 22, 1993 Fukuoka Dome, Fukuoka, JPN September 24, 1993 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, JPN September 27/28, 1993 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN October 7-8, 1993 Forum di Assago, Milan, ITY October 10-11, 1993 Hallenstadion, Zürich, SUI October 13-14, 1993 Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, GER October 16, 1993 Globe Arena, Stockholm, SWE October 17, 1993 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, SWE October 19, 1993 Spektrum, Oslo, NOR October 22, 1993 Thialf, Heerenveen, NED (supported by E.Y.C.) October 23, 1993 Maastrichts Expositie en Congres Centrum, Maastricht, NED (supported by E.Y.C.) October 25, 1993 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER October 27-28 & 30, 1993 NEC Arena, Birmingham, ENG October 31 & November 2-3, 1993 Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, ENG November 5-7, 1993 Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London, ENG November 9-10, 1993 Point Theatre, Dublin, IRE November 12, 1993 Flanders Expo, Ghent, BEL November 15, 1993 Palacio de los Deportes, Madrid, SPA November 16, 1993 Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, SPA (Cancelled) November 18, 1993 Galaxie de Metz, Metz, FRA November 19, 1993 Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, GER November 21, 1993 Linzer Sporthalle, Linz, AUT November 23, 1993 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER November 24, 1993 Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, GER November 26-27, 1993 Sportpaleis van Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED November 29-30, 1993 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, FRA

1994

January 16-18, 1994 Estádio do Morumbi, São Paulo, BRA (Hollywood Rock) January 23, 1994 Praça da Apoteose, Rio de Janeiro, BRA (Hollywood Rock) January 27, 1994 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA ('Commitment To Life VII' performing "Don't Cry") April 9, 1994 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (4th Annual Rainforest Foundation Concert, performing "If It's Magic", "I Will Always Love You" & "La donna è mobile" with Luciano Pavarotti, Elton John & Sting) April 14, 1994 Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo, Santiago, CHL April 16-17, 1994 Estadio José Amalfitani, Buenos Aires, ARG April 21, 1994 Poliedro de Caracas, Caracas, VEN April 24, 1994 Hiram Bithorn Stadium, San Juan, PR June 17, 1994 Civic Center, Hartford, CT (supported by Smoothe Sylk) June 19, 1994 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (supported by Smoothe Sylk) June 23, 1994 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Smoothe Sylk) June 24, 1994 Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by Smoothe Sylk) June 26, 1994 Coliseum at Richfield, Richfield Township, OH (supported by Smoothe Sylk) June 27, 1994 Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI (supported by Smoothe Sylk) June 29, 1994 Nutter Center, Fairborn, OH (supported by Smoothe Sylk) July 1, 1994 Target Center, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Smoothe Sylk) July 2, 1994 Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, IL (supported by Smoothe Sylk) July 5, 1994 Omni, Atlanta, GA (supported by Smoothe Sylk) July 7, 1994 Cajundome, Lafayette, LA (supported by Smoothe Sylk) July 8, 1994 Summit, Houston, TX (Postponed until August 25th) July 11, 1994 McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, CO (supported by Smoothe Sylk) July 13, 1994 Pan American Center, Las Cruces, NM (supported by Smoothe Sylk) July 15, 1994 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (Cancelled due to throat ailments) July 16, 1994 Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA (Postponed until August 21st)

July 17, 1994 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA (1994 FIFA World Cup Closing Ceremony. Whitney arrived on the playing field with Pelé and then performed "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)", "How Will I Know", "I Will Always Love You", "I'm Every Woman", "So Emotional" & "Greatest Love of All", with support from several thousand dancers, flag bearers, and musicians before the Brazil v Italy final)

July 18, 1994 America West Arena, Phoenix, AZ (Postponed until August 23rd) July 19, 1994 MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, NV (Postponed until August 12th) July 21, 1994 San Jose Arena, San Jose, CA (Postponed until August 14th) July 25, 1994 Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA (Postponed until August 17th) July 27, 1994 ARCO Arena, Sacramento, CA (Postponed until August 19th) August 12, 1994 MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, NV (supported by Smoothe Sylk. Rescheduled from July 19th) August 14, 1994 San Jose Arena, San Jose, CA (supported by Smoothe Sylk. Rescheduled from July 21st) August 16, 1994 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (supported by Smoothe Sylk) August 17, 1994 Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA (supported by Smoothe Sylk. Rescheduled from July 25th) August 19, 1994 ARCO Arena, Sacramento, CA (supported by Smoothe Sylk. Rescheduled from July 27th) August 21, 1994 Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA (supported by Smoothe Sylk. Rescheduled from July 16th) August 23, 1994 America West Arena, Phoenix, AZ (supported by Smoothe Sylk. Rescheduled from July 18th) August 25, 1994 Summit, Houston, TX (supported by Smoothe Sylk. Rescheduled from July 8th) September 1, 3-4, 7 & 9-10, 1994 Sands Hotel & Casino Copa Room, Atlantic City, NJ (supported by Smoothe Sylk) September 16-17, 20-21, 23-24, 27-28 & 30, 1994 Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY (supported by Smoothe Sylk. 23rd & 24th were cancelled due to flu, the 28th & 30th were the rescheduled dates) November 8, 1994 Kings Park Stadium, Durban, SA November 12, 1994 Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg, SA (Broadcast live on HBO Cable TV, Whitney: The Concert for a New South Africa. The special was later released on home video) November 19, 1994 Green Point Stadium, Cape Town, SA

1995

January 10, 1995 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA (Ella Fitzgerald Tribute Concert, with Stevie Wonder, Tony Bennett, George Duke, Chaka Khan, Gladys Knight, Barbara Morrison, Lou Rawls, Dianne Reeves, Mel Tormé, Dionne Warwick, Joe Williams & Nancy Wilson. Whitney performed "How Long Has This Been Going On?")

June 22, 1995 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (VH-1 Honors. The Whitney Houston Foundation For Children Inc. was awarded a VH1 Honor for its charitable work. Whitney performed "Give Us This Day" & "Bridge Over Troubled Water" with CeCe Winans. At the opening of the event, she performed "My Guy" in a duet with Smokey Robinson during a Smokey Robinson tribute medley, followed by "The Way You Do the Things You Do" and "Get Ready" with Boyz II Men, Wynonna & Vince Gill)

November 2, 1995 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall of Fame Special. Broadcast November 22, 1995 )

1996

August 24, 1996 Jerudong Park Garden, Jerudong, BRU (Whitney did a private gig, for the wedding of Princess Rashidah, the eldest daughter of the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah. She was reportedly paid $7 million to perform for this event. Media stories on the Brunei royal family indicated that Prince Jefri gave Houston a blank check for the event and instructed her to fill it out for what she felt she was worth)

November 17, 1996 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony. A two-hour-long event, looking back, remembering and celebrating the past 50 years and the Ebony Magazine that chronicled it, with Muhammad Ali, All-4-One, Debbie Allen, Halle Berry, Michael Bolton, Brandy, Toni Braxton, Jim Brown, Dick Clark, Bill Cosby, Ossie Davis, The Four Tops, Whoopi Goldberg, Arsenio Hall, Lorraine Hansberry, Gregory Hines, Jesse Jackson, John H. Johnson, Quincy Jones, Florence Griffith Joyner, Rory Kennedy, Martin Luther King III, Patti LaBelle, Meadowlark Lemon, Lou Rawls, Rachel Robinson, Smokey Robinson, Martin Sheen, Sinbad, Will Smith, Cicely Tyson, Luther Vandross, Oprah Winfrey & Stevie Wonder. Whitney performed "I Love the Lord" and "Joy to the World" with the Georgia Mass Choir. Broadcast on ABC, November 28, 1996)

1997

Whitney Houston Pacific Rim Tour

May 5 & 7-8, 1997 Osaka-jō Hall, Osaka, JPN May 13-14, 1997 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, JPN May 20, 1997 Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok, THAI May 21-22, 1997 Palladium Crown Entertainment Complex, Melbourne, AUS (22nd Cancelled due to throat infection) May 25, 1997 Municipal Stadium, Taipei, TAI May 29, 1997 Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI (supported by Bobby Brown)

August 25, 1997 Arthur Ashe Stadium, Queens, NY (1997 U.S. Open Tennis Championships: Arthur Ashe Stadium Inauguration. A special event to celebrate opening of the new stadium. While past US Open tennis champions appeared on screen, Whitney performed "One Moment in Time")

October 3 & 5, 1997 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC ("Classic Whitney Live from Washington, D.C." The second concert on October 5 was broadcast live on HBO. The proceeds from these shoes were donated to the Children's Defense Fund. Whitney was joined on "Exhale" by Monica, Shirley Caesar & BeBe Winans on the 5th)

1998

Whitney Houston European Tour 1998

June 20-21, 1998 Gerry Weber Stadium, Halle, GER June 23, 1998 Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, GER June 26-27, 1998 Monaco Sporting Club, Monte Carlo, MON June 29, 1998 Verona Arena, Verona, ITY July 4, 1998 Estádio José Alvalade, Lisbon, POR (supported by Conner Reeves) July 6, 1998 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, FRA (supported by Conner Reeves) July 9, 1998 Nynex Arena, Manchester, ENG July 11, 1998 Festplatz, Aschaffenburg, GER (UNICEF Summer Open Air Festival '98)

1999

April 13, 1999 Beacon Theatre, New York City, NY (VH1 Divas Live '99, with Tina Turner, Cher, Brandy & Faith Hill, to benefit VH1 Save the Music, a pro-social initiative that supports music education in public schools. The concert became the highest-rated single broadcast in VH1 history)

Whitney Houston My Love Is Your Love Tour June 22-23, 1999 Arie Crown Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by 112) June 25-26, 1999 Fox Theatre, Detroit, MI (supported by 112) June 29, 1999 Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON (supported by 112) June 30, 1999 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH (supported by 112) July 2, 1999 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY (supported by 112) July 3, 1999 Prudential Hall, Newark, NJ (Cancelled) July 5, 1999 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC (supported by 112) July 8-9, 1999 Wang Theatre, Boston, MA (supported by 112) July 11, 1999 SNET Oakdale Theatre, Wallingford, CT (supported by 112) July 14-15, 1999 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (supported by 112) July 17, 1999 Mann Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA (supported by 112) July 18, 1999 Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, PA (supported by 112) July 20-21, 1999 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA (supported by 112) July 23, 1999 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN (Cancelled) July 24, 1999 Fox Theatre, St. Louis, MO (Cancelled) July 26, 1999 Coors Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village, CO (supported by 112) July 29-30, 1999 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA (supported by 112) August 1, 1999 Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA (Cancelled, due to throat problems and bronchitis) August 22, 1999 Opera Leśna, Sopot, POL (Sopot International Song Festival) August 25, 1999 Westerheide, Vechta, GER ('Stoppelmarkt') August 27, 1999 Coburger Schloßplatz, Coburg, GER (Open-Air-Wochenende) August 28, 1999 Mannheimer Schloss Ehrenhof, Mannheim, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) August 30, 1999 Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 1, 1999 Hallenstadion, Zürich, SUI (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 2, 1999 Open-Air Theatron, Munich, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 4, 1999 Derby-Park Klein Flottbek, Hamburg, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 5, 1999 Waldbühne, Berlin, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 7, 1999 Sportpaleis van Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 9, 1999 Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, ENG (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 11-12, 1999 NEC Arena, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 15-16 & 18, 1999 Wembley Arena, London, ENG (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 21, 1999 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, FRA (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 22, 1999 Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 24, 1999 Kölnarena, Cologne, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 25, 1999 Sportpaleis, Antwerp, BEL (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 27, 1999 FilaForum, Milan, ITY (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 28, 1999 Kölnarena, Cologne, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) September 29, 1999 Sportovní hala, Prague, CZR (Cancelled) October 1, 1999 Scandinavium, Gothenburg, SWE (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 2, 1999 Globe Arena, Stockholm, SWE (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 4-5, 1999 Hartwall Areena, Helsinki, FIN (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 6-7, 1999 State Kremlin Palace, Moscow, RUS (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 9, 1999 Palace of Sports, Kiev, UKR (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 10, 1999 Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 12-13, 1999 Sportpaleis van Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 15, 1999 Hallenstadion, Zürich, SUI (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 18, 1999 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 20, 1999 FilaForum, Milan, ITY (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 22-23, 1999 Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 27, 1999 Leipziger Messehallen 7, Leipzig, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 28, 1999 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) October 30-31, 1999 Arena Oberhausen, Oberhausen, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) November 2, 1999 Sportpaleis, Antwerp, BEL (supported by Amanda Marshall) November 3, 1999 Ostseehalle, Kiel, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) November 5, 1999 Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, GER (supported by Amanda Marshall) November 7, 1999 NEC Arena, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Amanda Marshall) November 8, 1999 Wembley Arena, London, ENG (supported by Amanda Marshall)

2000

April 10, 2000 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (25 Years of #1 Hits: Arista Records' Anniversary Celebration. Broadcast May 15th)

2001

September 7 & 10, 2001 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration, The Solo Years, performing "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" with Usher & Mýa. Broadcast on CBS on November 13, 2001)

2002

May 23, 2002 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV (VH1 Divas Las Vegas: A Concert to Benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation. Whitney briefly joined Mary J. Blige's "Rainy Dayz" for the song's ending)

2003

May 22, 2003 MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV (VH1 Divas Duets: A Concert to Benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation. Whitney performed "Something in Common" and "My Love" Medley with Bobby Brown, followed by "Try It on My Own". She later returned to perform "I Was Made to Love Her" in a duet with Stevie Wonder during a Stevie Wonder Tribute Medley and closed the evening with an all-star performance of Stevie Wonder's classic, "Higher Ground")

2004

Soul Divas Tour

July 2, 2004 Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, GER (Cancelled, Soul Divas with Dionne Warwick & Natalie Cole) July 7, 2004 Color Line Arena, Hamburg, GER (Soul Divas with Dionne Warwick & Natalie Cole) July 9, 2004 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER (Soul Divas with Dionne Warwick & Natalie Cole) July 11, 2004 König Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen, GER (Soul Divas with Dionne Warwick & Natalie Cole) July 19, 2004 Impact Arena, Bangkok, THAI July 22, 2004 HongKou Stadium, Shanghai, CHN July 25, 2004 National Stadium, Beijing, CHN July 28, 2004 Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong, HK

2008

April 27, 2008 Recreational Grounds, Plymouth, TOB (The 4th Annual Plymouth Jazz Festival Tobago)

May 24, 2008 Hay Nahda Stadium, Rabat, MOR (Mawazine 2008. Whitney performed during the festival's closing ceremony)

2009

Whitney Houston Nothing But Love Tour

December 9, 2009 Olimpiyskiy, Moscow, RUS December 12, 2009 Ice Palace, Saint Petersburg, RUS

2010

February 6-7, 2010 Olympic Gymnastics Arena, Seoul, SK February 11 & 13-14, 2010 Super Arena, Saitama, JPN February 17-18, 2010 Osaka-jō Hall, Osaka, JPN February 22, 2010 Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, AUS (Supported by Anthony Callea) February 24, 2010 Acer Arena, Sydney, AUS (Supported by Anthony Callea) February 27, 2010 Hope Estate Winery Amphitheatre, Pokolbin, AUS (Supported by Anthony Callea) March 1, 2010 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, AUS (Supported by Anthony Callea) March 4, 2010 Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, AUS (Supported by Anthony Callea) March 6, 2010 TSB Bowl of Brooklands, New Plymouth, NZ (Cancelled due to a dispute with the venue's owner/operator) March 6-7, 2010 Members Equity Stadium, Perth, AUS (Cancelled) March 6, 2010 MCEC Plenary Hall, Melbourne, AUS (Supported by Anthony Callea) April 6, 2010 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, FRA (postponed until June 1st, due to a respiratory infection) April 8-9, 2010 Evening News Arena, Manchester, ENG (postponed until June 16th & 17th) April 11, 2010 SECC Concert Hall 4, Glasgow, SCOT (postponed until May 1st) April 13, 2010 NEC Arena, Birmingham, ENG April 14, 2010 Trent FM Arena, Nottingham, ENG April 17-18 & 20, 2010 O2, Dublin, IRE April 22, 2010 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, ENG April 25-26 & 28, 2010 O2 Arena, London, ENG (Supported by Waylon) April 30, 2010 El Recinto de la Autoridad Portuaria de Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, SPA (Cancelled) May 1, 2010 SECC Concert Hall 4, Glasgow, SCOT (rescheduled from April 11th. Supported by Alex Gardner) May 3, 2010 Mediolanum Forum, Milan, ITY (Supported by Karima) May 4, 2010 PalaLottomatica, Rome, ITY (Supported by Karima) May 9, 2010 Hallenstadion, Zürich, SUI (Supported by Marc Sway) May 10, 2010 SEG Geneva Arena, Geneva, SUI (Supported by Marc Sway) May 12, 2010 O2 World, Berlin, GER May 13, 2010 Leipzig Arena, Leipzig, GER May 16, 2010 TUI Arena, Hanover, GER May 17, 2010 O2 World, Hamburg, GER May 19, 2010 Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT May 21, 2010 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER May 22, 2010 Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, GER May 24, 2010 Sportpaleis, Antwerp, BEL May 26, 2010 König Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen, GER May 27, 2010 Arena Nürnberger Versicherung, Nuremberg, GER May 29, 2010 SAP Arena, Mannheim, GER May 31, 2010 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER June 1, 2010 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, FRA (Cancelled, having been rescheduled from April 6th) June 3-4, 2010 Forum, Copenhagen, DEN June 6, 2010 Sørmarka Arena, Stavanger, NOR June 8, 2010 Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, SWE (Supported by Moto Boy) June 10, 2010 Hartwall Areena, Helsinki, FIN (Supported by Axl Smith) June 16-17, 2010 Evening News Arena, Manchester, ENG (rescheduled from April 8th & 9th)

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