Olivia Newton-John 2006 World Tour

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2006 World Tour
Tour by Olivia Newton-John
Poster of Australian leg
Start date 1 March 2006
End date 18 March 2006
Legs 2
No. of shows 6 in Asia
4 in Oceania
10 Total
Olivia Newton-John concert chronology

The 2006 World Tour was the twelfth concert tour by Australian singer Olivia Newton-John. The tour had two legs, first in Japan, and second in Australia. A tour recording in Australia was released on DVD and CD, by EMI.


The tour had its records recorded on the video Live at the Sydney Opera House, which has outdoor scenes with Newton-John and her team walking through Sydney. It was also released the album Olivia's Live Hits, with ten songs of the setlist.


  1. "I Honestly Love You" (Video Introduction)
  2. "Have You Never Been Mellow"
  3. "Magic"
  4. "Xanadu"
  5. "Dancin'"
  6. "Stronger Than Before"
  7. Country Medley: "If Not for You", "Let Me Be There", "Please Mr. Please", "Jolene", "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)"
  8. "Physical" (Bossa Nova version)
  9. "Don't Stop Believin'" (Bossa Nova version)
  10. "Pass It On"
  11. "Suddenly"
  12. "Not Gonna Give In To It"
  13. "Can I Trust Your Arms"
  14. "Cry Me a River"
  15. Pop Medley: "The Rumour", "Heart Attack", "Make A Move On Me", "Twist of Fate"
  16. "The Promise (The Dolphin Song)"
  17. "You're The One That I Want"
  18. "Hopelessly Devoted To You"
  19. "Summer Nights"
  20. "Tenterfield Saddler" (duet with Peter Allen on screen)
  21. "I Honestly Love You"
  22. "Serenity"


  • "Dancin'" was not performed in Japan.
  • "Pass It On" was not performed in the three last dates of second lag.
  • "Tenterfield Saddler" was performed only in the two last dates of first leg.
  • "Can I Trust Your Arms" was performed after "Tenterfield Saddler" (which was performed before "Not Gonna Give In To It"), in Australia.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
1 March 2006 Osaka Japan Festival Hall
2 March 2006 Hiroshima Aster Plaza
4 March 2006 Nagoya CU Center for Culture & Arts
6 March 2006 Tokyo Nakano Sun Plaza Hall
7 March 2006
8 March 2006 Kanazawa Ishikawa Koseinenkin Hall
14 March 2006 Sydney Australia Sydney Opera House
15 March 2006
17 March 2006
18 March 2006


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