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Femme Fatale Tour

Femme Fatale Tour

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Start date:
June 16, 2011
End date:
December 10, 2011
Legs:
3
Shows:
1 in Asia

26 in Europe 44 in North America 7 in South America

78 Total

The Femme Fatale Tour is the seventh concert tour by Britney Spears, in support of her seventh studio album, Femme Fatale. It was officially announced in March 2011, with dates for North American venues revealed. The tour was initially planned as a co-headlining tour with Enrique Iglesias, but he canceled only hours after the announcement. The show is inspired by the concept of the femme fatale and femme fatales throughout the ages. The setlist was mostly composed by songs from Femme Fatale, although she included hits from previous albums for the fans. Fashion designer Zaldy Goco created the costumes. In July 2011, Spears announced plans of playing a South American leg in territories she either had never been to or had not played for a long time. Spears has named the Femme Fatale Tour the best show from her career.

The tour, divided in five segments, portrays a story in which Spears is a secret agent, who is chased by a stalker. The first section features her escaping from prison along with other female inmates. The second segment displays upbeat dance numbers and ends with a performance inspired by Marilyn Monroe. The third section features an Egyptian theme with fireworks and acrobatics. The fourth segment displays energetic routines and motorcycle costumes. The encore begins with a video interlude of Spears capturing the stalker, and is followed by two performances in which she defeats a group of ninjas. The Femme Fatale Tour received mixed reviews from critics. Some described it as her most entertaining show yet and praised Spears's performance, while others criticized her dancing and lack of interaction.

After tour promoter Live Nation partnered with websites such as Groupon, thousands of tickets were sold at discounted prices. The Femme Fatale Tour grossed $6.2 million in the first ten shows, and was included on Pollstar's Top 100 North American Tours list. An unofficial high-quality recording of the Las Vegas show was uploaded to YouTube in July 2011; it was removed after the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) filed legal action against the site. 3ality Digital filmed the Toronto shows in August 2011 in 2D and 3D, for a special titled Britney Spears: Femme Fatale. It aired on Epix and was released on DVD and Blu-ray in November. BBC Worldwide has acquired the rights to both 2D and 3D versions outside the United States.

SetlistEdit

  1. "Femme Fatale (Intro)"
  2. "Hold It Against Me"
  3. "Up n' Down"
  4. "3"
  5. "Piece Of Me"
  6. "Sweet Seduction (Interlude)"
  7. "Big Fat Bass"
  8. "How I Roll"
  9. "Lace and Leather"
  10. "If U Seek Amy"
  11. "Temptress (Interlude)"
  12. "Gimme More"
  13. "(Drop Dead) Beautiful" (performed with Sabi on select North American dates)
  14. "He About to Lose Me" (performed on select North American dates)
  15. "Boys" (contains elements of The Co-Ed Remix)
  16. "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" (performed before "Boys" on select dates)
  17. Code Name:Trouble (Interlude)
  18. "...Baby One More Time"/"S&M" (Remix)
  19. "Trouble for Me"
  20. "I'm A Slave 4 U"
  21. "Burning Up" (performed on select North American dates)
  22. "I Wanna Go"
  23. "Womanizer"
  24. "Sexy Assassin (Interlude)"
  25. "Toxic"
  26. "Till The World Ends" (performed with Nicki Minaj on select North American dates)

Tour DatesEdit

Date City Country Venue
North America
June 16, 2011 Sacramento United States Power Balance Pavilion
June 18, 2011 San Jose HP Pavilion at San Jose
June 20, 2011 Los Angeles Staples Center
June 22, 2011 Phoenix Jobing.com Arena
June 24, 2011 Anaheim Honda Center
June 25, 2011 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
June 28, 2011 Portland Rose Garden
June 29, 2011 Tacoma Tacoma Dome
July 1, 2011 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena
July 4, 2011 Winnipeg MTS Centre
July 6, 2011 Saint Paul United States Xcel Energy Center
July 8, 2011 Chicago United Center
July 9, 2011[A] Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
July 12, 2011 Dallas American Airlines Center
July 13, 2011 Houston Toyota Center
July 15, 2011 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
July 17, 2011 Atlanta Philips Arena
July 18, 2011 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
July 20, 2011 Orlando Amway Center
July 22, 2011 Miami American Airlines Arena
July 23, 2011 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
July 26, 2011 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena
July 28, 2011 Detroit The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 30, 2011 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
July 31, 2011 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
August 2, 2011[B] Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
August 5, 2011 East Rutherford Izod Center
August 6, 2011 Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
August 8, 2011 Boston TD Garden
August 9, 2011 Hartford XL Center
August 11, 2011[C] Montreal Canada Bell Centre
August 13, 2011[D] Toronto Air Canada Centre
August 14, 2011
August 17, 2011 Grand Rapids United States Van Andel Arena
August 19, 2011 Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center
August 20, 2011[E] Columbus Nationwide Arena
August 22, 2011 Indianapolis Conseco Fieldhouse
August 24, 2011 Raleigh RBC Center
August 25, 2011 Charlotte Time Warner Cable Arena
Europe
September 22, 2011 Saint Petersburg Russia Ice Palace
September 24, 2011 Moscow Olimpiysky
September 27, 2011 Kiev Ukraine Kiev Palace of Sports
September 30, 2011 Budapest Hungary Budapest Sports Arena
October 1, 2011[F] Zagreb Croatia Arena Zagreb
October 3, 2011 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
October 5, 2011 Metz France Galaxie Amnéville
October 6, 2011 Paris Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
October 8, 2011 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
October 10, 2011 Herning Denmark Jyske Bank Boxen
October 11, 2011 Malmö Sweden Malmö Arena
October 14, 2011 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Arena
October 16, 2011 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
October 18, 2011 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena
October 19, 2011 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
October 21, 2011 Montpellier France Arena Montpellier
October 24, 2011 Dublin Ireland The O2
October 25, 2011 Belfast Northern Ireland Odyssey Arena
October 27, 2011 London England The O2 Arena
October 28, 2011
October 30, 2011 Birmingham LG Arena
October 31, 2011 London Wembley Arena
November 3, 2011 Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
November 5, 2011 Sheffield Motorpoint Arena Sheffield
November 6, 2011 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
November 9, 2011 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico
Asia
November 11, 2011[G] Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Yas Arena
South America
November 15, 2011 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Praça da Apoteose
November 18, 2011 São Paulo Arena Anhembi
November 20, 2011 La Plata Argentina Estadio Ciudad de La Plata
November 22, 2011 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos
November 24, 2011 Lima Peru Explanada del Estadio Monumental
November 26, 2011 Bogotá Colombia Simón Bolívar Park
November 28, 2011 Caracas Venezuela Simón Bolívar University
North America
December 1, 2011 Guadalajara Mexico Estadio Tres de Marzo
December 3, 2011 Mexico City Foro Sol
December 6, 2011 Monterrey Auditorio Banamex
December 8, 2011 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez
December 10, 2011 San Juan Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum

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