List of Kelly Rowland live performances

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Kelly Rowland concert tours
David Guetta and Kelly Rowland Live - Orange Rockcorps London 2009 reworked.jpg

Rowland with David Guetta performing live at the Orange Rockcorps in London in 2009.
Concert tours as a group member 10
Concert tours as a solo artist 7
Total concert tours 17
Notable shows 44

American recording artist Kelly Rowland has embarked on 17 concert tours during her career, ten of which with Destiny's Child (three as a main act, one as a collabarative act, and six as an opening act), and seven of which as a solo artist (two of her own, one as a co-headlining act, three as a collaborative act and one as an opening act). In her seven solo live tours and notable events dates, she has performed as a solo singer in over 128 shows in six continents through twenty-two countries: in Asia (China, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore), in Africa (Nigeria, Egypt), in Europe (Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Denmark, Monaco), in North America (United States, Canada and The Bahamas), in South America (Brazil) and in Oceania (Australia, and the US State of Hawaii). Throughout a career spanning 18 years, Rowland has sold over 40 million records as a solo artist with four studio albums, two compilation albums, one box set, two extended plays and forty-three singles, including nineteen as a featured artist and five promotional singles,[1][2] and a further 60 million records with Destiny's Child.[3] Her work has earned her several awards and nominations, including four Grammy Awards, a Billboard Music Award and a Soul Train Music Award. Rowland has also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with Destiny's Child, and as a solo artist she has been honored by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers and Essence for her contributions to music. In 2014, Fuse ranked Rowland in their "100 Most Award-Winning Artists" list at number 20.[4]

With Destiny's Child[]

Three woman are shown to be performing; multi-colored lights shine upon them
Rowland (left) performing "Say My Name" with Destiny's Child, a single that garnered critical and commercial success, along with two Grammy Awards
  • 1996 – Opening SWV World Tour, as an open act for SWV (New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston dates)
  • 1998 – Opening Evolution Tour, as an open act for Boyz II Men, in support of their first studio albums Destiny's Child
  • 1998 – Opening FanMail Tour, as an opening act for TLC, in support of their second studio albums Destiny's Child
  • 1999 – 1999 European Tour, in support of their second studio albums The Writing's on the Wall
  • 1999 – Opening (You Drive Me) Crazy Tour, as an open act for Britney Spears, in support, of their second studio albums The Writing's on the Wall (only Honolulu date)
  • 2000 – Opening Introducing IMx Tour, as an open act for IMx, in support, of their second studio albums The Writing's on the Wall
  • 2000 – Opening Christina Aguilera in Concert, as an open act for Christina Aguilera, in support of their third album Survivor (North America dates)
  • 2001 – The Total Request Live Tour[5] (also known as MTV's TRL Tour) is a co-headlining tour with Destiny's Child as a main artist, in support of their third album Survivor, featuring American groups, 3LW, Dream, St. Lunatics and American artists Eve and Nelly. Jessica Simpson joined the tour for select dates before venturing off to her own solo tour. Her slot was later taken by City High. The tour ran during the summer of 2001, playing over 30 shows in the United States and Canada. Many dates were cancelled as an outcome of the 9/11. This was the first edition and only edition of the tour.
  • 2001/2002 – Destiny's Child World Tour in support of their studio album Survivor. For the world tour was released a self-titled DVD in 2003. The video was filmed during their show at Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and contains the music video of the Rowland international top-ten hit Stole.
  • 2005 – Destiny Fulfilled... and Lovin' It in support of their fourth studio album Destiny Fulfilled. The live tour visited Asia, Australia and North America with 67 dates. The U.S. leg of the tour grossed approximately $70.8 million according to Billboard magazine and was the highest-grossing tour for either a pop or R&B band since TLC's FanMail Tour. During the last stop of their European tour in Barcelona on June 11, 2005, Kelly Rowland suddenly announced: "This is the last time you would see us on stage as Destiny's Child".

Simply Deeper Tour[]

The Simply Deeper Tour was her debut concert tour as a solo artist. It was launched in support of her debut solo album Simply Deep (2002). The Simply Deeper Tour only reached Europe. The concert embarked on a seventeen date tour, hitting up seventeen European cities between September 2003 and October 2003.[6][7] While Rowland enjoyed moderate success in North American countries such as the U.S. and Canada, her album was a commercial success in the European market and was certified gold or platinum in six countries. Simply Deep also peaked in the top twenty within nine European countries, peaking at number one in both the UK and Ireland. Rowland was originally set to embark on her tour at the beginning of April 2003, but pushed the tour back to September 2003 because of fears regarding the ongoing wars with Afghanistan and Iraq.[6][8] While the tour received limited reviews, the Simply Deeper Tour's London show appeared to be well received. Melisa Tang of the U.K. online entertainment webazine, The Situation, states, "Even though the Hammersmith Apollo was smaller than other venues this girl is probably used to, Kelly had given it her all, and it had certainly paid off. Everyone left the auditorium buzzing with delight, and even I was surprised at how this once shy teenager had blossomed into a strong, confident young woman."[9] Lisa Verrico of The Times had mixed reviews of Rowland's London show. "There's no question that Rowland has an outstanding voice and there were a surprising number of good songs in her set."[8] Verrico acknowledges before claiming, "The snag was that they weren’t as good as DC's best."[8]

Simply Deeper Tour
Tour by Kelly Rowland
Associated albumSimply Deep
Start dateSeptember 13, 2003
End dateOctober 6, 2003
No. of shows17 in Europe
17 in total
Kelly Rowland concert chronology

Opening acts[]

Set list[]

  1. "Simply Deep"
  2. "Love/Hate"
  3. "Can't Nobody"
  4. "Dilemma"
  5. "(Love Lives In) Strange Places"
  6. "Everytime You Walk Out That Door"
  7. "Train on a Track"
  8. "Destiny's Child Medley:
    1. "Emotion" (contains excerpts from "How Deep Is Your Love")
    2. "Bootylicious"
  9. "Make U Wanna Stay"
  10. "Beyond Imagination"
  11. "Stole"
  12. "Past 12" (Encore)

Tour dates[]

Date City Country Venue
September 13, 2003 Glasgow United Kingdom Clyde Auditorium
September 14, 2003 Newcastle Newcastle City Hall
September 16, 2003 Wolverhampton Wolverhampton Civic Hall
September 17, 2003 Bristol Bristol Colston Hall
September 19, 2003 Manchester Manchester Apollo
September 20, 2003 Sheffield Sheffield City Hall
September 21, 2003 London Hammersmith Apollo
September 24, 2003 Zürich Switzerland Volkshaus
September 25, 2003 Munich Germany Cirkus Krone
September 27, 2003 Berlin Columbiahalle
September 28, 2003 Hamburg Große Freiheit
September 29, 2003 Copenhagen Denmark Vega
October 1, 2003 Frankfurt Germany Jahrhunderthalle
October 2, 2003 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
October 3, 2003 Düsseldorf Germany Phillipshalle
October 4, 2003 Antwerp Belgium TMF Awards
October 6, 2003 Paris France Olympia

Ms. Kelly Tour[]

Ms. Kelly Tour
Tour by Kelly Rowland
Associated albumMs. Kelly
Start dateOctober 30, 2007 (2007-10-30)
End dateDecember 1, 2007 (2007-12-01)
No. of shows
  • 14 in North America
  • 14 in total
Kelly Rowland concert chronology

The Ms. Kelly Tour was her second solo concert tour, and the first tour in North America. It was launched in support of her second studio album Ms. Kelly (2007), which had been released three months prior. The tour began on October 30, 2007 in Sacramento, California and ended on December 1, 2007 in Las Vegas. American R&B singer Mario opened for Rowland at selected venues. The tour showcased Rowland performing songs from her albums Simply Deep and Ms. Kelly as well as in-concert surprises from the Destiny's Child repertoire and more.[10][11][12]

Opening act[]

Rowland performing during the Ms. Kelly Tour in 2007

Tour dates[]

Date[10] City Country Venue
October 30, 2007 Sacramento United States Empire Events Center
November 3, 2007 Reno Silver Legacy Casino
November 8, 2007 Phoenix Celebrity Theater
November 10, 2007 Albuquerque Route 66
November 11, 2007 El Paso Route 66
November 15, 2007 Dallas Palladium
November 17, 2007 New Orleans House of Blues
November 21, 2007 Verona Turning Stone
November 23, 2007 Atlantic City House of Blues
November 25, 2007 Detroit Plan B
November 27, 2007 Cleveland Metropolis
November 29, 2007 Las Vegas The Orleans Hotel & Casino
November 30, 2007
December 1, 2007

Supafest 2010[]

Supafest 2010
Tour by Kelly Rowland as headlining act
Associated albumHere I Am
Start dateApril 13, 2010 (2010-04-13)
End dateApril 18, 2010 (2010-04-18)
No. of shows
  • 6 in Oceania
  • 6 in total
Kelly Rowland as headlining act concert chronology

Supafest was an annual music festival tour held in Australia during April. It started in 2010, spreading out to in five major capital cities (Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney), though in 2011 the festival was reduced to four shows with the Adelaide leg withdrawn as well as the second show in Sydney. Dubbed as Australia's largest urban music festival, the festival promises to deliver some of the most exciting and leading performers in the urban music world.[13] The festival began in 2010 with an announcement in December 2009 introducing the "Ladies And Gentlemen Tour", scheduled for February 2010 with Ne-Yo, Pitbull, Kelly Rowland and Chris Sorbello.[14] After this was announced the show was renamed into "Jamfest" in February 2010 and was rescheduled for April 2010. Due to a potential legal conflict, the promoters changed the name again to "Supafest".[15] Supafest Australia kicked off in Adelaide, 13 April 2010 and ended in Perth on 18 April 2010. The tours headlining acts were Akon, Kelly Rowland, Jay Sean, Sean Paul, Pitbull and Eve. Each city had separate opening acts. Tickets for the Sydney show on 15 April were quickly sold out. A second show in Sydney on 16 April had been scheduled due to ticket demands.[16] The organisers of the festival expanded the Supafest to one show outside of Australia and tried to place it at Colombo, Sri Lanka[17] but was later cancelled.[18] Since 2010 the lineups have expanded and the structure and locations of the shows have changed to accommodate the crowd figures. During the tour, she performed the songs from her collaborations and third album Here I Am, and her repertoire.

Collaborative acts[]

Tour dates[]

Date[19] City Country Venue
April 13, 2010 Adelaide Australia Wayville Showgrounds
April 14, 2010 Melbourne Royal Melbourne Showgrounds
April 15, 2010 Sydney Acer Arena
April 16, 2010
April 17, 2010 Brisbane RNA Showgrounds
April 18, 2010 Perth Perth Oval

F.A.M.E. Tour[]

Opening F.A.M.E. Tour
Tour by Kelly Rowland as an opening acts of Chris Brown
Associated albumHere I Am
Start dateSeptember 12, 2011 (2011-09-12)
End dateNovember 6, 2011 (2011-11-06)
No. of shows
  • 33 in North America
  • 33 in total
Kelly Rowland as an opening acts of Chris Brown concert chronology

Rowland embarked on the F.A.M.E. Tour as an opening act of Chris Brown. During it, she performed the songs from her collaborations and third album Here I Am, and her repertoire.[20]

Rowland performing "Rose Colored Glasses" at the Walmart Soundcheck mini-concert

Tour dates[]

Date City Country Venue
September 12, 2011 Toronto Canada Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
September 14, 2011 Darien United States Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
September 16, 2011 Holmdel PNC Center
September 17, 2011 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
September 18, 2011 Detroit Joe Louis Arena
September 21, 2011 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
September 23, 2011 Tinley Park Tinley Park
September 24, 2011 Maryland Heights Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
September 25, 2011 Noblesville Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
September 28, 2011 Baltimore 1st Mariner Arena
September 30, 2011 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
October 1, 2011 Raleigh Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
October 2, 2011 Atlanta Lakewood Amphitheatre
October 5, 2011 Miami American Airlines Arena
October 7, 2011 Tampa 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre
October 8, 2011 Charlotte Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
October 9, 2011 Virginia Beach Farm Bureau Amphitheatre
October 12, 2011 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena
October 14, 2011 Dallas Gexa Energy Pavilion
October 15, 2011 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
October 16, 2011 The Woodlands Woodlands
October 18, 2011 Phoenix Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion
October 20, 2011 Los Angeles Staples Center
October 22, 2011 Oakland Sleep Train Concord
October 23, 2011 Wheatland Sleep Train Amphitheatre
October 26, 2011 Memphis FedExForum
October 28, 2011 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Arena
October 29, 2011 Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center
October 30, 2011 Uncasville[21] Mohegan Sun Arena
November 1, 2011 Cleveland Wolstein Center
November 4, 2011 Phoenix Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion
November 5, 2011 Irvine Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
November 6, 2011 Chula Vista Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre

Supafest 2012[]

During the Supafest 2012 tour, she performed the songs from her collaborations and third album Here I Am, and her repertoire.[22][23]

Supafest 2012
Tour by Kelly Rowland as headlining act
Associated albumHere I Am
Start dateApril 14, 2012 (2012-04-14)
End dateApril 22, 2012 (2012-04-22)
No. of shows
  • 4 in Oceania
  • 4 in total
Kelly Rowland as headlining act concert chronology

Collaborative acts[]

Rowland performing in Sydney during Supafest, April 2012

Tour dates[]

Date[19] City Country Venue
April 14, 2012 Brisbane Australia RNA Showgrounds
April 15, 2012 Sydney ANZ Stadium
April 21, 2012 Melbourne Melbourne Showgrounds
April 22, 2012 Perth Joondalup Arena

Lights Out Tour[]

The Lights Out Tour was a co-headlining concert tour by American R&B recording artists Kelly Rowland and The-Dream. It was launched in support of Rowland's fourth studio album Talk a Good Game and The-Dream's fifth studio album IV Play.[24] The tour kicked off on May 26, 2013 in Washington, D.C. and ended on June 2, 2013 in Mashantucket.[25] The tour was originally scheduled to have twenty-two shows,[24] but this was later changed to five, after Rowland was forced to cancel many of the shows because she signed on to become a judge on The X Factor US.[25]

Lights Out Tour
Tour by Kelly Rowland as headlining act
Associated albumTalk a Good Game
Start dateMay 26, 2013 (2013-05-26)
End dateJune 2, 2013 (2013-06-02)
No. of shows
  • 5 in America
  • 5 in total
Kelly Rowland as headlining act concert chronology

Co-headlining act[]

Tour dates[]

Date[19] City Country Venue
May 26, 2013 Washington, D.C. United States Fillmore
May 28, 2013 Baltimore Ram's Head
May 30, 2013 New York City Best Buy Theater
May 31, 2013 Philadelphia Theatre of the Living Arts
June 2, 2013 Mashantucket

RNB Fridays Live 2017[]

During the RNB Fridays Live 2017 tour, in Australia, she performed the songs of her repertoire.[26][27]

RNB Fridays Live 2017
Tour by Kelly Rowland as headlining act
Associated albumRepertoire
Start dateOctober 13, 2017 (2017-10-13)
End dateOctober 21, 2017 (2017-10-21)
No. of shows
  • 5 in Oceania
  • 5 in total
Kelly Rowland as headlining act concert chronology

Collaborative acts[]

Set list[]

  1. "Like This"
  2. "Work"
  3. "Kisses Down Low"
  4. "Conceited" (new song 2016)
  5. "Stole"
  6. "Say My Name"
  7. "Soldier"
  8. "Survivor"
  9. "Independent Women"
  10. "Cater 2 U"
  11. "Is This Love" (cover of Bob Marley and the Wailers)
  12. "Dilemma"
  13. "Ice"
  14. "Motivation"
  15. "When Love Takes Over" (contains excerpts from "Clocks" of Coldplay)

Tour dates[]

Date[19] City Country Venue
October 13, 2017 Sydney Australia Qudos Bank Arena
October 14, 2017 Perth NIB Stadium
October 15, 2017 Adelaide Entertainment Center
October 20, 2017 Melbourne Hisense Arena
October 21, 2017 Brisbane Showgrounds

Other concerts and notable live shows[]

Date City Country Venue Event
February 23, 2003 New York City United States Madison Square Garden[28] 45th Annual Grammy Awards
March 1, 2003 Pasadena Pasadena Civic Auditorium[29][30] 2003 Soul Train Music Awards
April 4, 2004 Motown 45
November 8, 2005 Nassau Bahamas Atlantis Resort[31] An All-Star Salute to Patti Labelle: Live from Atlantis
May 27, 2006 Tokyo Japan Yoyogi National Gymnasium[32] 2006 MTV Video Music Awards Japan
August 6, 2006 Indianapolis United States Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway[33] AllState 400
June 2, 2007 Mansfield Tweeter Center[34] JAMN 94,5 FM-Summer Jam 2007[35][36]
June 8, 2007 Paris France[35] Kelly Rowland live: Secret Showcase
June 10, 2007 London United Kingdom[35][37][38] G-A-Y Kelly Rowland Live at G-A-Y
June 17, 2007 Atlanta United States [35][39] Car & Bike Show 2007
June 26, 2007 Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium[40] BET Awards 2007
July 7, 2007 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome[35][41] Essence Music Festival
July 15, 2007 Lagos Nigeria ThisDays Events Center [35][42] ThisDay Music Festival Red Carpet memories by Wofai Samuel
July 20, 2007 AOL Session"[35][43]
October 25, 2007 London United Kingdom Trafalgar Square[35][44][45] EA-Be The One
December 2007 Malaysia[35] Kelly Rowland Live in Malaysia
February 10, 2008 Honolulu United States[46] Hawaii Pro Bowl
March 22, 2008 Coventry United Kingdom[47][48] BBC Radio 1Xtra Live 2008
July 20, 2008 Weston-super-Mare[49][50][51] T4 on the Beach 2008
May 30, 2009 Stoke-on-Trent Britannia Stadium[52] 2009 Love Music Hate Racism
September 9, 2009 London Royal Albert Hall[53][54] Orange Rockcorps 2009
January 14, 2010 Shanghai China Hennesy Artistry[55][56] Ms. Kelly Live at Hennesy Artistry
April 2010 Miami United States[57] Winter Music Conference
May 18, 2010 Monte Carlo Monaco Salle des Étoiles[58] 2010 World Music Awards
June 23, 2010 Singapore Singapore Marina Bay Sands[59] Kelly Rowland Live in Concert
September 12, 2010 Naples Italy Arenile Relaod[60][61] Kelly Rowland Live in Napoli
October 3, 2010 United States[62] New York GiantsChicago Bears game
March 5, 2011 São Paulo Brazil Flexx Club[63] Kelly Rowland Live in Brasil
March 6, 2011 Florianópolis Lagoa Iate Club[63]
June 27, 2011 Los Angeles United States Shrine Auditorium[64] BET Awards 2011
November 10, 2011 London United Kingdom Wembley Stadium[65] Disc-Overy Tour by Tinie Tempah
December 1, 2011 Brixton Academy[47] BBC Radio 1Xtra Live 2011
December 4, 2011 The X Factor (UK) X Factor UK Live Performance[66]
February 13, 2012 United States[67] The BET Honors 2012
November 2012 Rosemont Allstate Arena[68] WGCI's Big Jam 2012
February 3, 2013 New Orleans Mercedes-Benz Superdome[citation needed] Super Bowl XLVII halftime show
April 11, 2013 New York[69] Sir Stage 37 Kelly Rowland Live CVology
May 2013 Las Vegas[70][71] MayweatherGuerrero Boxing Match
2013 Dallas Live at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas 2013
March 28, 2014 Orlando Orlando Universal[72] Kelly Rowland Live Mardis Gras 2014
April 17, 2014 Hanoi Vietnam Hanoi Hennesy Artistry[73] Kelly Rowland Live in Vietnam
April 19, 2014 Saigon[74] Color Me Run 2014
February 2, 2015 Manila Philippines[75] Concert of Dreams
March 28, 2015 Las Vegas United States Orléans Arena[76][77][78] 2015 Stellar Gospel Music Awards
May 16, 2015 Berlin[79][80] Germany Maybelline New York 100 Event Gala
August 8, 2015 Egypt[81] Kelly Rowland Live in Egypt


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