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Encyclopedia > Private Dancer Tour
Private Dancer Tour
Tour by Tina Turner
Start date February 19, 1984
End date December 28, 1985
Legs 3
Shows 58 in Europe
7 in Australia
96 in United States
Total 171 + (2 Japan Shows)
Tina Turner tour chronology
Private Dancer Tour
(1985)
Break Every Rule World Tour
(1987-1988)

The Private Dancer Tour was a concert tour by music legend Tina Turner. It was her first ever tour as a solo artist, and this was the tour that would lead her to stardom.The tour lasted from 1984 until 1985. Most dates were sold out. Tina Turner (born Anna Mae Bullock on November 26, 1939) is an eight-time Grammy Award-winning American pop/rock singer and actress. ... February 19 is the 50th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... 1984 (MCMLXXXIV) was a leap year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... December 28 is the 362nd day of the year (363rd in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 3 days remaining. ... 1985 (MCMLXXXV) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... This article is 150 kilobytes or more in size. ... Tina Turner (born Anna Mae Bullock on November 26, 1939) is an eight-time Grammy Award-winning American pop/rock singer and actress. ... A concert comprises a performance, usually involving some degree of formality, and particularly a performance featuring music. ... Tina Turner (born Anna Mae Bullock on November 26, 1939) is an eight-time Grammy Award-winning American pop/rock singer and actress. ...


The Private Dancer Tour Live DVD was made from performance on this tour.


Set List

  1. Let's Pretend We're Married (not always)
  2. Show Some Respect
  3. I Might Have Been Queen
  4. River Deep Mountain High
  5. What's Love Got To Do With It
  6. Nutbush City Limits
  7. I Can't Stand The Rain
  8. Better Be Good to Me
  9. Private Dancer
  10. One Of The Living
  11. Let's Stay Together
  12. Help!
  13. It's Only Love
  14. Steel Claw
  15. Proud Mary
  16. Legs
  17. Let's Dance (duet with David Bowie)
  18. Dancing In The Dark

Lets Pretend Were Married is a controversial, sexually-based song by Prince from 1982s album 1999. ... Show Some Respect is a song by Rock singer Tina Turner, this song was only released as a single in the USA, but was also included on the European version of Private Dancer. ... River Deep - Mountain High is a 1966 single by Ike & Tina Turner. ... Whats Love Got to Do with It was a #1 hit album in America that saw US singer Tina Turner regain massive international success. ... Nutbush City Limits is Tina Turners semi-autobiographical rock song which continues to sound fresh and vibrant some thirty years after it was recorded. ... I Cant Stand The Rain is a hit single recorded by Grammy Award-winning rock singer Tina Turner for her Private Dancer album. ... Better Be Good to Me is a hit single released from Tina Turners breakthrough solo album, Private Dancer. ... Private Dancer is a song by Tina Turner which was written by Mark Knopfler. ... One Of The Living is a hit single released by Grammy Award winning rock singer Tina Turner, the song was one of the theme songs from the Movie Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. One Of The Living was not as successful as the first single released with the movie We Don... Lets Stay Together is a song by Al Green on his 1972 album of the same name. ... Help! is a song by The Beatles. ... The Steel Claw was one of the most popular comic book heroes of British weekly adventure comics of the 1960s and 1970s. ... Proud Mary are a four-piece guitar-based rock band from Manchester, England, named after the song by Creedence Clearwater Revival (but more widely known for being covered by Tina Turner). ... In an extended sense, a leg is any part of an object that supports it off the ground. ... David Bowie scored his first truly commercial blockbuster with Lets Dance (1983), a dance album with co-production by Chics Nile Rodgers. ... David Bowie (born David Robert Jones on 8 January 1947) is an English Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, arranger and audio engineer whose work spans five decades. ... Dancing in the Dark is an 1984 song, written and performed by American rock singer Bruce Springsteen. ...

Tour Dates

  • February
  • 19- Helsinki, FIN- Ice Hallen- 8,000
  • 21- Oslo, NOR- Drammen Hallen- 7,800
  • 22- Gothenburg, SWE- Lisebergs Hallen- 5,000
  • 23- Stockholm, SWE- Isstadion- 9,900
  • 24- Copenhagen, DEN- Falkoner Theater- 10,000
  • 28- Ludwigshafen, DEN- Ebert Halle- 12,000
  • March
  • 1- Munich, GER- Basketballe Halle- 11,000
  • 2- Frankfurt, GER- Jahrhundert Halle- 8,000
  • 3- Hamburg, GER- CCH- 27,000
  • 4- Berlin, GER- Eissport Halle- 8,000
  • 7- Stuttgart, GER- Boeblingen- 7,000
  • 8- Zurich, SWI- Hallen Stadion- 12,000
  • 9- Wurzburg, SWI- Karl Diehm Halle- 8,000
  • 11- Brighton, UK- Brighton Center- 5,000
  • 12- Bournemouth, UK- Bic- 8,000
  • 14,15,16,17- London, UK- Wembley Stadium- 72,000 each night
  • 19- Dublin, IRE- RDS Arena- 18,000
  • 20- Belfast, IRE- Queens Hall- 5,500
  • 21- Edinburgh, UK- The Play House- 5,000
  • 23,24- Birmingham, UK- NEC- 12,000
  • 26- Paris, FRA- Le Zenith- 7,000
  • 27- Lyon, FRA- Tony Garnier Hall- 18,000
  • 28- Marseilles, FRA- Chapiteau- 8,000
  • 29- Milan, ITA- Palace Lido- 8,000
  • 31- Klagenfurt, AUST- Sports Halle- 5,000
  • April
  • 1- Graz, AUST- Sports Halle- 4,500
  • 2- Budapest, HUN- Sports Halle- 12,000
  • 3- Vienna, AUST- Stud Halle- 10,000
  • 4- Linz, AUST- Sports Halle- 6,000
  • 6- Dusseldorf, GER- Philipshalle- 9,500
  • 7- Cologne, GER- Sportshalle- 5,000
  • 8,9- Rotterdam, NET- Ahoy- 10,000
  • 10- Brussels, BEL- Forest Nationale- 15,000
  • 13- Barcelona, SPA- Sports Hall- 10,000
  • 14- Madrid, SPA- Real Sports Hall- 8,000
  • 18- Hamburg, GER- CCH- 27,000
  • 19- Heidelberg, GER- Rhein-Neckar-Halle- 7,000
  • 20- Munich, GER- Olympia Halle- 10,000
  • 21- Zurich, SWI- Hallen Stadion- 12,000
  • 22- Nurnberg, GER- Franken Halle- 8,500
  • 24- Berlin, GER- Deutschland Halle- 10,000
  • 25- Bremen, GER- Stad Halle- 10,000
  • 26- Dusseldorf, GER- Philips Halle- 10,000
  • 27- Frankfurt, GER- Jahrhundert Halle- 8,000
  • 28- Munster, GER- Munster Land Halle- 15,000
  • 30- Kiel, GER- Ostee Halle- 7,100
  • May
  • 1- Cologne, GER- Cologne Arena- 18,000
  • 3- Berlin, GER- Deutschland Halle- 8,000
  • 4- Hannover, GER- AWD Arena- 39,871
  • 5- Hamburg, GER- Alsterdorfer Halle- 7,000
  • 7- Stuttgart, GER- Neckar Stadion- 50,000
  • 8- Munich, GER- Basketballe Halle- 10,800
  • 9- Basle, SWI- Saint Jakob’s Halle- 10,000
  • July
  • 8,9,10,11- Saint John’s, NFLD- Memorial Stadium- 5,025
  • 14- Fredericton, NB- Aiken Center- 5,000
  • 15- Moncton, NB- Coliseum- 8,000
  • 16,17- Halifax, NS- Metro Center- 10,000
  • 19- Montreal, QUE- Forum- 17,470
  • 21,22- Worcester, MA- The Centrum- 11,518
  • 25,26- Providence, RI- Civic Center- 8,462
  • 27- Hartford, CT- Civic Center- 10,779
  • 28- East Rutherford, NJ- Meadows- 16,547
  • 31- Philadelphia, PA- Wachovia Center- 15,564
  • August
  • 1,2- New York, NY- Madison Square Gardens- 15,880
  • 3- Allentown, PA- Festival Grounds- 6,000
  • 5- Landover, MD- Capitol Center- 17,000
  • 7,8,9- Long Island, NY- Jones Beach Amphitheater- 15,000
  • 10- Hershey, PA- Hershey Park- 13,000
  • 11- Rochester, NY- War Memorial- 10,000
  • 12- Saratoga, NY- Saratoga Performing Arts Center- 25,000
  • 15- Lake Placid, NY- Olympic Center- 5,000
  • 17,18- Toronto, ONT- ACC- 17,434
  • 19- Ottawa, ONT- Corel Center- 16,370
  • 21- Toledo, OH- Centennial Hall- 9,000
  • 22- Cleveland, OH- Richfield Coliseum- 10,000
  • 23- Pittsburgh, PA- Civic Center- 6,000
  • 24- Charleston, NC- Civic- 15,000
  • 25- Cincinnati, OH- Revermont Center- 10,000
  • 28,29- Detroit, MI- Joe Lewis Arena- 12,000
  • 31- Charlevoix, MI- Castle Farms- 10,000
  • September
  • 1- Flint, MI- Atwood Arena- 11,000
  • 4- Kalamazoo, MI- Wings Stadium- 5,000
  • 5- Fort Wayne, IN- Coliseum- 10,000
  • 6- Lexington, KY- Rupp Arena- 20,000
  • 7- Indianapolis, IN- Market Square- 15,121
  • 8- Evansville, IN- Roberts Stadium- 12,500
  • 10- Champaign, IL- Assembley Hall- 15,000
  • 11,12- Chicago, IL- Horizon- 16,862
  • 14- Milwaukee, WI- MECCA- 11,000
  • 15- Madison, WI- Dance City Arena- 11,000
  • 18- Saint Paul, MN- Civic Auditorium- 5,000
  • 19- Iowa City, IA- Carva Arena- 15,000
  • 20- Ames, IA- Hilton Coliseum- 14,000
  • 21- Omaha, NE- Civic Arena- 10,000
  • 24- Calgary, ALB- Pengrowth Saddle Dome- 15,000
  • 25- Edmonton, ALB- Coliseum- 13,000
  • 27- Vancouver, BC- PNE Coliseum- 16,000
  • 29- Tacoma, WA- Tacoma Dome- 17,648
  • 30- Portland, OR- Coliseum- 13,958
  • October
  • 2- Reno, NV- Lawlor Events Center- 13,000
  • 3,4- Oakland, CA- Coliseum- 15,597
  • 5- Irvine, CA- Meadows- 17,000
  • 8,9,10,11,12- Los Angeles, CA- Universal Amphitheater- 6,189
  • 18- Tempe, AZ- ASU Activity Center- 17,000
  • 19- Las Cruces, NM- Pan American Center- 13,000
  • 20- Albuquerque, NM- Tingley Coliseum- 12,000
  • 23- Wichita, KS- Coliseum - 12,000
  • 24- Springfield, MO- Hammond Center- 10,000
  • 25- Oklahoma, OK- Myraid- 14,847
  • 26- Kansas, MO- Kemper Arena- 12,000
  • 27- Saint Louis, MO- Kiel Auditorium- 17,000
  • 30- Little Rock, AR- Barton- 10,000
  • 31- Tulsa, OK- Assembly Center- 7,000
  • November
  • 1- Dallas, TX- Reunion Arena- 12,000
  • 2- Austin, TX- Erwin Events Center- 12,874
  • 3- Houston, TX- Summit- 11,000
  • 6- Baton Rouge, LA- LSU Assembly Center- 15,000
  • 7- Tallahassee, FL- Leon County Civic Center- 8,104
  • 8- Auburn, AL- Auburn Memorial Coliseum- 11,000
  • 9- Chattanooga, TN- UTC- 12,000
  • 10- Memphis, TN- Mid South- 12,000
  • 13- Shreveport, LA- Hirsch Coliseum- 9,000
  • 14- Starkville, MS- Humphrey- 11,000
  • 15- Birmingham, AL- Jefferson Coliseum- 15,000
  • 16- Murfreesboro, TN- Murphy Center- 7,000
  • 17- Knoxville, TN- Stokely Center-13,000
  • 20- Morgantown, WV- WVU Gym- 14,000
  • 21- Roanoke, VA- Civic Center- 11,000
  • 22- Hampton, VA- Hampton Coliseum- 9,777
  • 23- Greensboro, NC- Civic- 20,000
  • 24- Columbia, SC- Coliseum- 9,000
  • 27- Atlanta, GA- Omni- 14,808
  • 29- Richmond, VA- Coliseum- 13,000
  • 30- Charlotte, NC- Coliseum- 20,000
  • December
  • 1- Atlanta, GA- Omni- 14,808
  • 4- Gainesville, FL- O’Connell Center- 12,000
  • 5- Orlando, FL- Convention Center- 6,000
  • 6- Tampa, FL- Sun Dome- 6,088
  • 7- Miami, FL- Baseball Stadium- 9,000
  • 10- Brisbane, AUS- Chandler Velodrome- 5,000
  • 12,13,15- Sydney, AUS- Entertainment Center- 11,500
  • 17,18,19- Melbourne, AUS- Entertainment Center- 13,000
  • 23,24- Perth, AUS- Entertainment Center- 7,000
  • 27- Osaka, JAP- Festival Hall- 12,000
  • 28- Tokyo, JAP- Budokan Hall- 14,000

 
 

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