J1 World Tour

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J1 World Tour
World tour by Jolin Tsai
Jolin Tsai J1 World Tour Poster.jpg
Promotional poster for the tour
Location Asia, North America
Associated album J9
Start date August 7, 2004 (2004-08-07)
End date April 22, 2006 (2006-04-22)
No. of shows 8
Jolin Tsai concert chronology

J1 World Tour (Chinese: J1世界巡迴演唱會) was the debut concert tour by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai (Chinese: 蔡依林), in support of her fifth and sixth studio albums, Magic and Castle. It started on August 7, 2004, in Shanghai, China at Hongkou Football Stadium and continued throughout Asia and North America before concluding on April 22, 2006, in Irvine, United States at Bren Events Center.[1][2]

Background[edit]

Prior to the tour, Tsai's only live concerts were limited to one-off concerts in Taiwan. Following the success of the Magic (2003) and Castle (2004) albums, the record label wanted to spread the success of the album by sending Tsai on a concert tour. However, the tour was restricted within Asia and United States. It did not visit Europe or Oceania. Tsai was quite nervous to perform in front of a huge non-Taiwanese audience, and singing with a live band for the first time.[3]

Concert synopsis[edit]

A giant chandelier was lowered onstage to reveal Tsai on the top. As she took off her heavy white outerwear, she performed "Prove It". This was followed by her hits "36 Tricks of Love", "It's Love", and "Disappearing Castle". After Tsai finished the first segment and disappeared backstage, a giant shell was lifted onstage then revealed Tsai in a mermaid-look costume. After Tsai disappeared backstage, the backdrops displayed a kitty turning into Tsai. The third segment started with Tsai in a red kitty-look corset to sing "Nice Cat". Then she performed her classic love songs from her previous albums released by Universal, including "Do You Still Love Me", "Can't Speak Clearly", "What Kind of Love", and "I Know You're Feeling Blue". The last segment began with Tsai in a swordsman-look costume to perform "The Spirit of Knight". The show ended with Tsai performing her dance hit "Magic".[4][5][6]

Set list[edit]

2004
  1. "Prove It"
  2. "36 Tricks of Love"
  3. "It's Love"
  4. "Disappearing Castle"
  5. "Love Love Love"
  6. "Smell of the Popcorn"
  7. "Slave Ship"
  8. "Be You for a Day"
  9. "Good Thing"
  10. "Nice Cat"
  11. "Priority"
  12. "The Starter"
  13. "Fake Confess"
  14. "The Smell of Lemon Grass"
  15. "Do You Still Love Me"
  16. "Can't Speak Clearly"
  17. "I Know You're Feeling Blue"
  18. "Show Your Love"
  19. "You Gotta Know"
  20. "Don't Stop"
  21. "Prague Square"
  22. "The Spirit of Knight"
  23. "Pirates"
  24. "Say Love You"
  25. "Rewind"
  26. "Magic"
2004–06
  1. "The Spirit of Knight"
  2. "Pirates"
  3. "Magic"
  4. "The Starter"
  5. "The Smell of Lemon Grass"
  6. "It's Love"
  7. "Prove It"
  8. "Love Love Love"
  9. "Be You for a Day"
  10. "Slave Ship"
  11. "Disappearing Castle"
  12. "Fake Confess"
  13. "Nice Cat"
  14. "Priority"
  15. "Do You Still Love Me"
  16. "Can't Speak Clearly"
  17. "What Kind of Love"
  18. "I Know You're Feeling Blue"
  19. "36 Tricks of Love"
  20. "Smell of the Popcorn"
  21. "Signature Move"
  22. "Show Your Love"
  23. "You Gotta Know"
  24. "Lucky Number"
  25. "Don't Stop"
  26. "Say Love You"
  27. "Prague Square / Rewind"

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, and special guest
Date City Country Venue Special guest(s) Note
Asia
2004/08/07 Shanghai China Hongkou Football Stadium Jerry Yan, Edison Chen [7]
2004/11/20 Taipei Taiwan Chungshan Soccer Stadium Show Lo, Jay Chou [8]
2004/12/04 Beijing China Workers Indoor Arena Vanness Wu [9]
2004/12/11 Singapore Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Sylvester Sim, Yida Huang [10]
2005/05/20 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Arena of Stars Show Lo [11]
2005/05/21 [12]
North America
2006/04/16 Atlantic City United States Etess Arena Show Lo [13]
2006/04/22 Irvine Bren Events Center [14]

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