An Evening with Olivia Newton-John

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An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
Tour by Olivia Newton-John
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Advertising poster from tour
Associated album Christmas Wish
Sordid Lives: The Series
A Celebration in Song
Start date 3 October 2007
End date 10 March 2009
Legs 2
No. of shows 23 in North America
Olivia Newton-John concert chronology

An Evening with Olivia Newton-John was fifteenth concert tour by Australian singer Olivia Newton-John. The tour first leg began in October 2007 and was until November of that year. The second leg began only in February 2009 and lasted until March of that year, with the opening concert having Barry Gibb as special guest on some songs.[1] The tour went through the North American countries the United States and Canada.

The tour promoted the Christmas album Christmas Wish in the first leg. In the second leg, the Sordid Lives: The Series soundtrack and Newton-John twenty-fourth studio album, A Celebration in Song, were promoted.

Setlist[edit]

2007
  1. "I Honestly Love You" (Instrumental Introduction)
  2. "Pearls on a Chain"
  3. "Have You Never Been Mellow"
  4. "A Little More Love"
  5. "Xanadu"
  6. "Magic"
  7. "Suddenly"
  8. Country Medley:
    1. "Let Me Be There"
    2. "Please Mr. Please"
    3. "Jolene"
    4. "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)"
  9. "Physical" (Acoustic version)
  10. "Love Is Letting Go of Fear"
  11. "Not Gonna Give Into It"
  12. "Sam"
  13. "Cry Me a River"
  14. Pop Medley:
    1. "The Rumour"
    2. "Make a Move on Me"
    3. "Totally Hot"
    4. "Deeper Than the Night"
    5. "Twist Of Fate"
  15. "You're the One That I Want"
  16. "Hopelessly Devoted to You"
  17. "Summer Nights"
  18. "We Go Together"
  19. "Everytime It Snows"
  20. "I Honestly Love You"
  21. "Instrument of Peace"
2009
  1. "Career Overview" (Video Introduction)(contains elements from various songs across the career)
  2. "Pearls on a Chain"
  3. "Have You Never Been Mellow"
  4. "Xanadu"
  5. "Magic"
  6. "Right Here with You"
  7. Country Medley:
    1. "If Not for You"
    2. "Please Mr. Please"
    3. "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)"
  8. "The Boy from Ipanema"
  9. "Physical" (contains elements of "Physical" (Acoustic version))
  10. "Grace and Gratitude"
  11. "Not Gonna Give Into It"
  12. "None of My Business"
  13. "Slow Burn"
  14. "Jack Daniels"
  15. "Let Me Be There"
  16. "Let Go Let God" (contains elements of "Gaia")
  17. "You're the One That I Want"
  18. "Hopelessly Devoted to You"
  19. "Summer Nights"
  20. "We Go Together"
  21. "Over the Rainbow"
  22. "I Honestly Love You"
Changes
  • In the 26 February concert, "Suspended in Time" was performed after "Xanadu".
  • Too in the 26 February concert, after "Grace and Gratitude", Barry Gibb joined with Newton-John and sung the songs: "The Heart Knows" (duet w/ Newton-John), "Words" (solo), "Islands in the Stream" (duet w/ Newton-John) and "Come on Over" (duet w/ Newton-John).

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
3 October 2007 Verona United States Turning Stone Resort & Casino
4 October 2007 Niagara Falls Canada Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort
5 October 2007
6 October 2007
9 October 2007 Thunder Bay Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
11 October 2007 Winnipeg Burton Cummings Theatre
12 October 2007 Regina Conexus Arts Centre
13 October 2007 Saskatoon TCU Place
16 October 2007 Edmonton Francis Winspear Centre for Music
17 October 2007 Calgary Jack Singer Concert Hall
19 October 2007 Richmond River Rock Casino Resort
20 October 2007 Coquitlam Red Robinson Show Theatre
11 November 2007 Philadelphia United States Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
26 February 2009 Nashville Ryman Auditorium
27 February 2009 Biloxi Beau Rivage
28 February 2009 Robinsonville Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall
1 March 2009 Huntsville Von Braun Center
3 March 2009 Clearwater Ruth Eckerd Hall
4 March 2009 Melbourne Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts
6 March 2009 Norfolk Chrysler Hall
7 March 2009 North Charleston North Charleston Coliseum
9 March 2009 Savannah Johnny Mercer Theatre
10 March 2009 Atlanta Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

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