Good Girl Gone Bad Tour
|Tour by Rihanna|
Promotional poster for the tour
|Associated album||Good Girl Gone Bad|
|Start date||September 15, 2007|
|End date||January 24, 2009|
|No. of shows||80|
|Rihanna concert chronology|
The Good Girl Gone Bad Tour was the second overall and first world concert tour by Barbadian singer Rihanna, in support of her third studio album Good Girl Gone Bad. The setlist was composed of songs mostly from Good Girl Gone Bad but also included some songs from her first two albums. Akon was selected as the opening act for the Canadian dates of the North American leg, while Ciara and David Jordan supported the UK dates of the European leg. Chris Brown joined the tour during the Oceanian leg.
The show featured Rihanna wearing revealing leather costumes during each show. Many changes were made to the set list throughout the tour. The original set list features a cover of Bob Marley's "Is This Love" and during the European leg of the tour, the set list was shortened to fifteen songs. In the third set list of the Oceanian and Asian leg, the show ended with an encore. A DVD of the Manchester concert at the Manchester Arena titled Good Girl Gone Bad Live was released on June 17, 2008.
- 1 Background and development
- 2 Critical reception
- 3 Broadcast and recordings
- 4 Opening acts
- 5 Set list
- 6 Shows
- 7 Box office score data
- 8 Personnel
- 9 References
Background and development
The tour, directed and choreographed by Tina Landon, was the first tour headlined by Rihanna. It presented a whole new image as she wore very provocative and revealing leather costumes during each show. The stage was elaborate, consisting of a large set of stairs; two large LCD screens which showed images of Rihanna and special-made clips during the concert; and six slim LCD screens which were evenly spaced out, with three on the left and three on the right. The stage also consisted of thousands of lights which flashed in different colors, there was also a huge LCD screen in the middle of the stage which was mainly focused on Rihanna performing. The stage was packed with pyrotechnics and different on-stage props which Rihanna and the dancers used during their performances. Her back-up singers and band were on either side on the stage. During the Australia leg of the tour the stage also featured a small rising platform at the front center of the stage. For "Disturbia" she started high in the air on the platform, and rose on it again during "Unfaithful".
Akon was selected as the opening act for the tour in Canada during North America leg. The rest of the shows during the North American leg didn't have a supporting act. Ciara opened shows for Rihanna on all UK dates in December and David Jordan opened for her on all March UK dates. Adam Tensta joined Rihanna on her March 2008 European dates. Chris Brown joined Rihanna and performed a full set list at the Australia, New Zealand and Philippines leg of the tour. In Mexico City Mexican pop star María José opened the show with a four-song set: her first three singles and her then brand-new single, "No Soy Una Señora", and the Spanish Singer, David Bisbal sing with Rihanna the Spanish remix of "Hate That I Love You" in Mexico City. In December 2007, Rihanna cancelled the Good Girl Gone Bad concert in Nottingham, Birmingham and Bournemouth at very short notice under doctors orders. The Birmingham and Nottingham concerts were eventually rescheduled. During the Sydney, Australia concert on November 7, 2008, Rihanna ran off stage while performing "Umbrella" along with tourmate Chris Brown. TMZ reported that Rihanna may have felt ill due to air conditioning problem in the arena. The shows for February 12 and 13 in Asia were cancelled following Brown's assault on Rihanna.
Mike Usinger of The Georgia Straight gave a mixed review of the concert in Vancouver at the GM Place saying, "the Barbados-born knockout has plenty to learn about keeping an audience engaged." However, Usinger commented that the "kindest thing you can say about Rihanna is that she's shown some improvement since her last visit. For a start, she no longer seems tone-deaf." Jason Macneil of Canadian Online Explorer gave a positive review of the concert during the show at Molson Amphitheatre, saying "the singer made a rather eye-popping impression, opening with Pon de Replay and clad in a sexy, dominatrix-like studded black leather ensemble." During a show planned for February 13 in Malaysia, Malaysia's conservative Islamic party recommended that Rihanna's concert tour should be banned from performing due to her skimpy outfits. The tour also received positive reviews for the live performance of Rihanna and the whole concept and outfits. Cheryl Leong of MTV Southeast Asia commented on the concert saying, "I did enjoy myself a whole lot at the concert. It just wasn't the most mindblowing. Nevertheless, she did what she does best, which is to bring out an entire collection of #1 singles 'live'."
Broadcast and recordings
On September 24, 2007, the show from Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, was recorded and made available for online broadcast on MSN Music. It quickly became popular and broke records, as it was viewed over one million times online in the first week only. Rihanna's concert was the most-streamed show by a single artist on MSN Music in 2007. Rihanna's concert in Ischgl, Austria, On December 1, 2007, was taped and aired on Austrian national television. The concert was free. The show from Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, on December 6, 2007, was recorded and later released on June 17, 2008, as a live DVD titled Good Girl Gone Bad Live. The DVD also included the documentary of Rihanna and her band's journey and life on tour. The tour was also due to air on Channel 4 Christmas Day 2008[?]. On November 16, 2008, the concert held in Fort Bonifacio in Manila, Philippines, reached an audience of more than 70,000. The concert was sponsored by MTV Philippines and Globe Telecom.
- Akon (North America only)
- Kardinal Offishall (Canada only)
- Ray Lavender (London, Ontario, Canada)
- Kat DeLuna (Lincroft)
- Ciara (Europe, UK only)
- DanceX (Selected Dates)
- David Jordan (Europe, UK only)
- Chris Brown (the Philippines, Oceania)
- María José (Mexico)
- Sistanova (Germany)
|September 15, 2007[a]||Vancouver||Canada||GM Place|
|September 17, 2007||Grande Prairie||Canada Games Arena|
|September 18, 2007||Calgary||Stampede Corral|
|September 19, 2007||Saskatoon||Credit Union Centre|
|September 22, 2007||Toronto||Molson Amphitheatre|
|September 23, 2007||London||John Labatt Centre|
|September 24, 2007||Montreal||Bell Centre|
|September 25, 2007||Quebec City||Pavillon de la Jeunesse|
|September 27, 2007||Moncton||Moncton Coliseum|
|September 28, 2007||Saint John||Harbour Station|
|September 30, 2007||Halifax||Halifax Metro Centre|
|October 2, 2007||Arlington||United States||Texas Hall|
|October 5, 2007||Rochester||RIT Gordon Field House|
|October 11, 2007||New York City||Nokia Theatre|
|October 13, 2007||Lincroft||Robert J. Collins Arena|
|October 18, 2007||State College||Bryce Jordan Center|
|October 19, 2007[b]||Philadelphia||Wachovia Center|
|October 20, 2007||Phoenix||Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum|
|October 23, 2007||Los Angeles||House of Blues|
|November 11, 2007||Paris||France||Zenith|
|November 13, 2007||Munich||Germany||Zenith|
|November 14, 2007||Basel||Switzerland||St. Jakobshalle|
|November 20, 2007||Cologne||Germany||Palladium|
|November 21, 2007||Amsterdam||Netherlands||Heineken Music Hall|
|November 22, 2007||Brussels||Belgium||Forest National|
|November 23, 2007||Frankfurt||Germany||Jahrhunderthalle|
|November 24, 2007||Belgrade||Serbia||Belgrade Arena|
|November 26, 2007||Berlin||Germany||Columbiahalle|
|November 27, 2007||Bratislava||Slovakia||Sibamac Arena|
|November 30, 2007||Sofia||Bulgaria||Prince Alexander of Battenberg Square|
|December 1, 2007[c]||Ischgl||Austria||Top of the Mountain Concert|
|December 2, 2007||Dublin||Ireland||RDS Simmonscourt|
|December 3, 2007||Belfast||Northern Ireland||Odyssey Arena|
|December 6, 2007||Manchester||England||Evening News Arena|
|December 7, 2007||Sheffield||Sheffield Arena|
|December 13, 2007||Newcastle||Metro Radio Arena|
|December 14, 2007||Glasgow||Scotland||SECC|
|December 16, 2007||London||England||Wembley Arena|
|December 17, 2007||Brighton||The Brighton Centre|
|December 18, 2007[d]||Birmingham||National Exhibition Centre|
|December 19, 2007||Cardiff||Wales||Cardiff International Arena|
|December 20, 2007[e]||Nottingham||England||Trent FM Arena|
|February 26, 2008||Dublin||Ireland||RDS Simmonscourt|
|February 27, 2008|
|March 2, 2008||Belfast||Northern Ireland||Odyssey Arena|
|March 3, 2008||Aberdeen||Scotland||Aberdeen Exhibition Centre|
|March 5, 2008||Liverpool||England||Echo Arena|
|March 6, 2008[f]||Bournemouth||Bournemouth International Centre|
|March 7, 2008||London||The O2 Arena|
|March 10, 2008||Copenhagen||Denmark||Ballerup Super Arena|
|March 12, 2008||Stockholm||Sweden||Hovet|
|March 14, 2008||Helsinki||Finland||Hartwall Areena|
|March 16, 2008||Tallinn||Estonia||Saku Suurhall|
|March 17, 2008||Riga||Latvia||Arena Riga|
|March 19, 2008||Warsaw||Poland||Torwar Hall|
|March 20, 2008||Prague||Czech Republic||T-Mobile Arena|
|March 22, 2008||Düsseldorf||Germany||Philipshalle|
|March 23, 2008[g]||Moscow||Russia||Olimpiysky|
|April 5, 2008||Chiba City||Japan||Makuhari Messe|
|July 4, 2008[h]||New Orleans||United States||Louisiana Superdome|
|July 12, 2008||Casablanca||Morocco||Stade Mohammed V|
|July 15, 2008[i]||Milan||Italy||Piazza Repubblica|
|October 27, 2008||Auckland||New Zealand||Vector Arena|
|October 28, 2008|
|October 29, 2008||Wellington||TSB Bank Arena|
|October 31, 2008||Brisbane||Australia||Brisbane Entertainment Centre|
|November 1, 2008|
|November 3, 2008||Adelaide||Adelaide Entertainment Centre|
|November 4, 2008||Melbourne||Rod Laver Arena|
|November 5, 2008|
|November 7, 2008||Sydney||Acer Arena|
|November 8, 2008|
|November 9, 2008|
|November 11, 2008||Perth||Burswood Dome|
|November 13, 2008||Kallang||Singapore||Singapore Indoor Stadium|
|November 16, 2008||Taguig||Philippines||The Fort Bonifacio Open Field|
|January 22, 2009[j]||Monterrey||Mexico||Arena Monterrey|
|January 24, 2009[k]||Mexico City||Palacio de los Deportes|
- ^ This concert is part of the Beat Bash.
- ^ This concert is part of the 2007 Power House Concert.
- ^ This concert is part of Ischgl Open Season.
- ^ The concert of December 10, 2007 at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham was originally scheduled to take place on December 18, 2007.
- ^ The concert of December 8, 2007 at the Trent FM Arena in Nottingham was originally scheduled to take place on December 20, 2007.
- ^ The concert of December 4, 2007 at the Bournemouth International Centre in Bournemouth was originally scheduled to take place on March 6, 2008.
- ^ The concert of March 23, 2008 at the Olympic Stadium in Moscow was originally scheduled to take place on December 21, 2007.
- ^ This show is part of the 2008 Essence Music Festival.
- ^ This concert is part of MTV Mobile Bang Concert.
- ^ The concert of January 22, 2009 at the Arena Monterrey in Monterrey was originally scheduled to take place on December 1, 2008.
- ^ The concert of January 24, 2009 at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City was originally scheduled to take place on December 3, 2008.
|November 14, 2008||Jakarta||Indonesia||Istora Senayan||Unknown|
|February 13, 2009||Kuala Lumpur||Malaysia||Putra Indoor Stadium|
Box office score data
|Venue||City||Tickets sold / available||Gross revenue|
|Credit Union Centre||Saskatoon||6,997 / 7,282 (96%)||$289,319|
|Molson Amphitheatre||Toronto||8,337 / 8,337 (100%)||$416,759|
|Bell Centre||Montreal||10,427 / 10,427 (100%)||$634,982|
|Pavilion de la Jeuness||Quebec City||4,885 / 4,885 (100%)||$280,977|
|Moncton Coliseum||Moncton||5,512 / 5,512 (100%)||$298,782|
|Harbour Station||St. John||4,829 / 4,829 (100%)||$262,515|
|Halifax Metro Centre||Halifax||7,259 / 7,259 (100%)||362,981|
|Bryce Jordan Center||University Park||6,984 / 10,400 (67%)||$174,550|
|Evening News Arena||Manchester||14,060 / 14,060 (100%)||$549,746|
|Sheffield Arena||Sheffield||9,889 / 11,369 (87%)||$386,660|
|Metro Radio Arena||Newcastle||9,562 / 9,673 (99%)||$373,874|
|Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre||Glasgow||9,108 / 9,108 (100%)||$356,123|
|Wembley Arena||London||10,932 / 10,932 (100%)||$427,441|
|The Brighton Centre||Brighton||3,762 / 3,762 (100%)||$147,094|
|National Indoor Arena||Birmingham||9,962 / 10,420 (96%)||$389,514|
|Cardiff International Arena||Cardiff||4,813 / 4,813 (100%)||$188,188|
|Trent FM Arena||Nottingham||7,518 / 7,527 (99%)||$293,954|
|Odyssey Arena||Belfast||11,654 / 13,846 (84%)||$455,671|
|Aberdeen Press & Journal Arena||Aberdeen||4,617 / 4,617 (100%)||$180,525|
|Echo Arena||Liverpool||9,630 / 9,630 (100%)||$370,043|
|Bournemouth International Centre||Bournemouth||6,500 / 6,500 (100%)||$254,150|
|The O2 Arena||London||13,570 / 16,100 (84%)||$530,587|
|Vector Arena||Auckland||19,757 / 23,928 (83%)||$333,763|
|TSB Bank Arena||Wellington||5,538 / 5,763 (96%)||$388,267|
|Brisbane Entertainment Centre||Brisbane||21,488 / 25,106 (86%)||$804,122|
|Adelaide Entertainment Centre||Adelaide||9,082 / 9,494 (96%)||$692,589|
|Rod Laver Arena||Melbourne Park||26,399 / 33,344 (79%)||$227,337|
|Burswood Dome||Perth||18,784 / 19,924 (94%)||$527,256|
- Crew on the road
- Tina Landon (director & choreographer)
- Antony Randall (Tour Director, Production director)
- JP Firmin (tour manager)
- Mark Dawson (security)
- Fankie Fuccile (stage manager)
- Alex MacLeod (tour accountant)
- Dave Berrera (stage tech)
- Alex Skowron (lighting director)
- TJ Thompson (rigger)
- Simon James (carpenter)
- David Kirkwood (front-of-house engineer)
- Ricky 'Bongos' Galecki (monitor engineer)
- Elizabeth Springer (wardrobe)
- Rihanna (lead vocals)
- Kevin Hastings (keyboards)
- Eric Smith (bass)
- David Haddon (drums)
- Adam Ross (lead guitar)
- Richard Fortus (rhythm guitar September 2008-February 2009)
- Ashleigh Haney (backing vocals)
- Erica King (backing vocals)
- Victoria Parsons (dance captain)
- Rachel Markarian
- Bryan Tanaka
- Julius Law
- Ursula Stephen (hair)
- Mylah Morales (makeup)
- Lysa Cooper (stylist)
- Mariel Haenn (stylist)
- Hollywood (stylist)
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- ^ TMZ Staff (November 7, 2008). "Rihanna Can't Stomach Her Own Performance" . TMZ.com. Retrieved April 3, 2010.
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