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Christina Aguilera: In Concert Tour Aguilera performing during her 2000 world tour Tour by Christina Aguilera Associated album Christina Aguilera Mi Reflejo Start date July 1, 2000 End date February 1, 2001 Legs 3 Shows 63 in North America 2 in South America 3 in Asia 68 Total Christina Aguilera tour chronology Christina Aguilera: In Concert Tour (2000–01) Justified/Stripped Tour (2003) The Christina Aguilera: In Concert Tour (also known as the Sears & Levis US Tour and The Psykoblast Tour) was the first concert tour by the American pop singer Christina Aguilera. The tour supported Aguilera's studio albums, Christina Aguilera and Mi Reflejo. The tour visited the Americas and Asia and went on to gross US$35 million. Contents 1 Background 2 Opening acts 3 Setlist 4 Tour dates 5 Personnel 6 References 7 External links // Background The tour was sponsored by the famous American brands of Sears and Levi's. When it was announced, Aguilera was promoting "I Turn to You", third single from her first album; she was concurrently in the phase of production of her upcoming album Mi Reflejo.[1] The first month of the tour and a few other shows was a state fair tour that featured a simpler stage set. At the same time, Aguilera began wearing much more revealing outfits and began putting different colors into her hair, as she transitioned from her teen pop star to a more mature image. Opening acts Destiny's Child (North America) (select venues) The Moffats (North America) (select venues) soulDecision (North America) (select venues) Sygnature (North America) (select venues) mytown (North America) (select venues) McMaster & James (North America) (select venues) Alecia Elliott (North America) (select venues) Before Dark (North America) (select venues) Faze 4 (North America) (select venues) Setlist North America/Japan  "Arabian Dance" (Dance Introduction) "Genie In A Bottle" "Somebody's Somebody" "So Emotional" "Don't Make Me Love You (Til' I'm Ready)" "I Turn To You" "When You Put Your Hands On Me" "At Last" "DJ Mix Remix" (Instrumental Interlude) "All Right Now" "Love For All Seasons" "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" (contains elements of Got to be Real) "What A Girl Wants" Hispanophone  "Arabian Dance" (Dance Introduction) "Genio Atrapado" (contains excerpts from "Genie In A Bottle") "Somebody's Somebody" "So Emotional" "Falsas Esperanzas" "When You Put Your Hands on Me" "Por Siempre Tu" (contains excerpts from "I Turn to You") "Contigo En La Distancia" "Cuando No Es Contigo" "Pero Me Acuerdo De Ti" "Ven Conmigo (Solamente Tú)" (contains elements of Got to be Real) "What A Girl Wants" Tour dates Date City Country Venue North America [2] July 1, 2000 Milwaukee United States Marcus Amphitheater July 2, 2000 Sioux Falls Sioux Empire Fair July 4, 2000 Merrillville Star Plaza Theatre July 5, 2000 Traverse City National Cherry Festival July 7, 2000 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre July 8, 2000 Montreal Molson Centre July 10, 2000 Ottawa Corel Centre July 13, 2000 Winnipeg Winnipeg Arena July 14, 2000 Saskatoon Saskatchewan Place July 16, 2000 Edmonton Skyreach Centre July 17, 2000 Calgary Canadian Airlines Saddledome July 19, 2000 Vancouver GM Place July 26, 2000 Paso Robles United States California Mid-State Fair July 28, 2000 Billings MetraPark Arena July 29, 2000 Minot North Dakota State Fair July 31, 2000 Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheater August 1, 2000 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheater August 3, 2000 Kearney Buffalo County Fair August 4, 2000 Omaha Douglas County Fair August 6, 2000 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center August 7, 2000 Antioch AmSouth Amphitheatre August 10, 2000 Des Moines Iowa State Fair August 11, 2000 Springfield Illinois State Fair August 13, 2000 Sedalia Missouri State Fair August 15, 2000 Midland Midland County Fair August 16, 2000 Columbus, OH Ohio State Fair August 19, 2000 Chicago United Center August 21, 2000 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center August 23, 2000 Cleveland Gund Arena August 24, 2000 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre August 26, 2000 Burgettstown Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater August 28, 2000 St. Paul Minnesota State Fair August 30, 2000 Darien Darien Lake Performing Arts Center August 31, 2000 Essex Junction Champlain Valley Expo September 1, 2000 Hartford Meadows Music Theatre September 3, 2000 Syracuse Empire Expo Center September 6, 2000 Holmdel PNC Bank Arts Center September 8, 2000 Wantagh Jones Beach Amphitheatre September 9, 2000 Mansfield Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts September 15, 2000 Camden Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre September 16, 2000 Columbia Merriweather Post Pavilion September 18, 2000 Charlotte Blockbuster Pavilion September 19, 2000 Raleigh Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek September 20, 2000 Atlanta Lakewood Amphitheatre September 22, 2000 Orlando TD Waterhouse Centre September 23, 2000 Tampa Ice Palace September 25, 2000 West Palm Beach Mars Music Amphitheatre September 27, 2000 New Orleans New Orleans Arena September 29, 2000 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion September 30, 2000 Dallas North Texas State Fair and Rodeo October 5, 2000 Denver Magness Arena October 8, 2000 Phoenix America West Arena October 10, 2000 Chula Vista Coors Amphitheatre October 11, 2000 Universal City Gibson Amphitheatre October 12, 2000 October 14, 2000 Marysville Sleep Train Amphitheatre October 15, 2000 Concord Chronicle Pavilion October 18, 2000 Portland Rose Garden October 19, 2000 Seattle KeyArena October 21, 2000 Honolulu Stan Sheriff Center January 14, 2001 San Juan Puerto Rico Roberto Clemente Coliseum January 16, 2001 Mexico City Mexico National Auditorium January 17, 2001 South America January 20, 2001 Caracas Venezuela Estadio Olímpico de la Ciudad Universitaria January 22, 2001 Panamá City Panamá Estadio Nacional de Panamá Asia January 30, 2001 Osaka Japan Kosei-Nenkin Hall January 31, 2001 Tokyo NHK Hall February 01, 2001 Shibuya Kokaido Personnel Michael Anderson - bass Alex Alessandroni - keyboards Bryan - keyboards JJ - keyboards DJ George - DJ Raphiel - keyboards Ezquiel Alara - keyboards Dan Sistos - guitar Teddy Campbell - drums Kay Chann - Programming Latonya Holumas - Backup singer Elizabeth Quintones - Backup singer Diane Gordon - Backup singer Yvinn Patrick - Backup singer References ^ "Sears and Levi's Hit a Summer High Note With Pop Music Sensation Christina Aguilera" ^ PR Newswire (2000-07-31). "Christina Aguilera Kicks Off Her First Headlining Tour on July 31 'Sears and Levi's(R) Present Christina Aguilera In Concert'". Press release. http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/07-31-2000/0001278725&EDATE=. Retrieved 2008-12-23.  External links Aguilera's Official Website v • d • e Christina Aguilera Discography · Unreleased songs · Awards and nominations · Products Studio albums Christina Aguilera · Stripped · Back to Basics · Bionic Other albums Mi Reflejo · My Kind of Christmas · Just Be Free · Justin & Christina · Burlesque Compilation albums Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade of Hits Video releases Genie Gets Her Wish · My Reflection · Stripped Live in the U.K. · Back to Basics: Live and Down Under Tours Christina Aguilera: In Concert Tour · Justified/Stripped Tour · Stripped World Tour · Back to Basics Tour Films Burlesque Related articles RCA Records · Ecuadorian American · Inspire Portal