What's Love Live Tour 1993
This tour supported the soundtrack to Tina Turner's semi-autobiographical film entitled "What's Love Got To Do With It". The tour primarily visited North America along with a few shows in Europe.
In 1990, Tina Turner mentioned her record-breaking, Foreign Affair Tour, would be her last. Initially, Turner was to have a one-year break before resuming the tour in North Ameri- Canada The tour continuation was placed on hold as Turner decided to focus on acquiring movie roles. As time progressed, Tina Turner changed her focus to the production of her semi-autobiographical film. In an interview with People, Turner stated,
“ As much as I try to break away from performing, here they are again, asking me to go hack on Top of The Pops .I became the first woman in rock n' roll to go out and sell out whole stadiums - and I'm proud of that; I'm proud that I sang to 160.000 people one night in Brazil. But what people don't know is that I got so nervous about touring. I got very upset about doing my last tour - at the start - and actually broke down crying. Of course, when you're out there and a crowd is going wild, you don't think about that. I know a lot of singers and stars find their fame overnight when they are barely much more than teenagers. But I had to work damn hard for over 30 years to get where I am today. So I don't mind making the effort. I'm still going to making the effort. In Hollywood, a lot of stars are thinking about retiring at my age, but I'm not packing up. No retirement place in the sun for me. I will still be working at something when I'm 90.
Tina Turner's last tour of North America was in 1987 during her Break Every Rule Tour. Tina Turner later confessed that she did not tour her previous record due to lack of sales in that region, as many spectators still had a hard time disconnecting her from The Revue. After numerous sold out performances at stadiums in Europe, Tina Turner wanted to do an intimate tour. The tour consisted of the same music and costumes of her previous set. Turner included new material from the soundtrack, along with different variations on her well-known hits. Originally destined as a North America only tour, Tina Turner decided to add a few dates in Europe (for summer music festivals) and - Australia (campaigning for the New South Wales Rugby League, as their anthem was "The Best").
* "Legs" was added to the setlist for performances starting in September 1993. The song was performed instead of "What You Get Is What You See". However, during shows in - Germany, "What You Get Is What You See" appeared in the setlist as normal.
* During select shows in North America (specifically the New England region),Turner performed "Disco Inferno" instead of "What You Get Is What You See".
* "Show Some Respect" was performed during the Australasia leg of the tour. The song was performed instead of "Legs".
* During the performance at Radio City Music Hall in New York City (July 1993 - 17, 1993),Turner performed "I Might Have Been Queen". At the same show, Turner also performed "Shake a Tail Feather".
* During the concert filming at the Blockbuster Pavilion in San Bernardino, California, Turner performed "Why Must We Wait Until Tonight" for promotional reasons. The song would not appear in the setlist until the performance at the Sydney Entertainment Centre in Sydney, New South Wales (Oct. 1993 - 20, 1993) for local television stations.
The tour was chronicled at the Blockbuster Pavilion in San Bernardino, California. Released in September 1994, "What's Love: Live" included a special performance of "Why Must We Wait Until Tonight". Additionally, the concert was recorded in Sydney, New South Wales, - Australia at the Sydney Entertainment Centre as a special for local television.
Start date: 6 June 1993
End date: 18 November 1993
Shows: 63 in North America
6 in Europe
15 in - Australia
* Lindsay Buckingham (North America)
* Chris Isaak (North America)
* John Mellencamp (Switzerland)
* Joe Cocker (Switzerland)
- Steamy Windows
- Typical Male
- Foreign Affair
- Undercover Agent For The Blues
- Private Dancer
- We Don't Need Another Hero
- I Can't Stand The Rain
- Nutbush City Limits
- Addicted To Love
- The Best
- I Don't Wanna Fight
- Let's Stay Together
- What's Love Got To Do With It
- Proud Mary
- (Show Some Respect or What You Get is what you see or Legs)
- Better Be Good To Me
Timmy Cappello – Percussion, Keyboards, Saxophone and Vocals
Bob Feit – Bass Guitar
Ollie Marland – Keyboards and Vocals
John Miles – Guitars and Vocals
Kenny Moore – Piano and Vocals
James Ralston – Guitars and Vocals
Sharon Owens – Dancer and Vocals
Karen Owens – Dancer and Vocals
6 June 1993 - Lawlor Events Center - Reno - USA - 11800 - S.O.
8 June 1993 - Portland Memorial Coliseum - Portland - USA
10 June 1993 - PNE Coliseum - Vancouver - Canada
12 June 1993 - Gorge Amphiteater - George - USA
15 June 1993 - Olympic Saddledome - Calgary - Canada
16 June 1993 - Northlands Coliseum - Edmonton - Canada
17 June 1993 - Saskatchewan Place - Sasksoon - Canada
18 June 1993 - Winnipeg Arena - Winnipeg - Canada
20 June 1993 - Target Center - Minneapolis - USA
22 June 1993 - Sandstone Amphitheater - Bonner Springs - USA
24 June 1993 - Riverport Amphitheater - Maryland Hieghts - USA
25 June 1993 - Marcus Amphitheater - Milwaukee - USA
26 June 1993 - Deer Creek Music Center - Noblesville - USA
27 June 1993 - Poplar Creek Music Theater - Hoffman Estates - USA
29 June 1993 - Riverbend Music Center - Cincinatti - USA
30 June 1993 - Pine Knob Music Theatre - Clarkston - USA
1 July 1993 - Blossom Music Center - Cuyahoga Falls - USA
3 July 1993 - - Canada Kingswood Music Theatre - Vaughan - Canada
4 July 1993 - Montreal Forum - Montreal - Canada
5 July 1993 - Ottawa Civic Centre - Ottawa - Canada
8 July 1993 - Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater - Burgettstown - USA
9 July 1993 - Allentown Fairgrounds Grandstand - Allentown - USA
10 July 1993 - Darien Lake Performing Arts Center - Darien - USA
12 July 1993 - Radio City Music Hall - NYC - USA - 7000 - S.O.
13 July 1993 - Radio City Music Hall - NYC - USA - 7000 - S.O.
14 July 1993 - Radio City Music Hall - NYC - USA - 7000 - S.O.
16 July 1993 - Radio City Music Hall - NYC - USA - 7000 - S.O.
17 July 1993 - Radio City Music Hall - NYC - USA - 7000 - S.O.
19 July 1993 - Garden State Arts Center - Holmdel Township - USA
20 July 1993 - Jones Beach Marine Theater - Wantagh - USA
23 July 1993 - Mark G. Etess Arena - Atlantic City - USA
24 July 1993 - Mark G. Etess Arena - Atlantic City - USA
25 July 1993 - Stowe Mountain Performing Arts Center - Stowe - USA
28 July 1993 - Thames Music Theatre - Groton - USA
29 July 1993 - Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts - Mansfield - USA
30 July 1993 - Cumberland County Civic Center - Portland - USA
31 July 1993 - Saratoga Performing Arts Center - Saratoga Springs - USA
1 Aug. 1993 - Merriweather Post Pavilion - Columbia - USA
4 Aug. 1993 - Classic Amphitheatre at Strawberry Hill - Richmond - USA
5 Aug. 1993 - Walnut Creek Amphitheatre - Raleigh - USA
7 Aug. 1993 - Shelter Cove Community Park - Hilton Head Island - USA
10 Aug. 1993 - Lakewood Amphitheatre - Atlanta - USA
12 Aug. 1993 - Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre - Dallas - USA
13 Aug. 1993 - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion - The Woodlands - USA
14 Aug. 1993 - Alamodome Arena - San Antonio - USA
15 Aug. 1993 - Riverfest Amphitheater - Little Rock - USA
17 Aug. 1993 - Mud Island Amphitheatre - Memphis - USA
18 Aug. 1993 - Lakefront Arena - New Orleans - USA
20 Aug. 1993 - Orlando Arena - Orlando - USA
21 Aug. 1993 - USF Sun Dome - Tampa - USA
22 Aug. 1993 - Miami Arena - Miami - USA
27 Aug. 1993 - Rock over Danube - Vienna - Austria - 40.000
28 Aug. 1993 - Rock over - Germany - Münich - Germany
29 Aug. 1993 - Rock over - Germany - Wegberg - Germany
3 Sept. 1993 - St. Jakob Stadion - Basel - Switzerland
4 Sept. 1993 - Rock over - Germany - Mainz/Finthen - Germany - 70000
5 Sept. 1993 - Rock over - Germany - Lüneburg - Germany
10 Sept. 1993 - Concord Pavilion - Concord - USA
11 Sept. 1993 - Shoreline Amphiteatre - Mountain View - USA
12 Sept. 1993 - Cal Expo Amphitheatre - Sacramento - USA
15 Sept. 1993 - Bloackbuster Pavillion - San Bernadino - USA
16 Sept. 1993 - TCC Arena - Tucson - USA
17 Sept. 1993 - Desert Sky Pavilion - Phoenix - USA
18 Sept. 1993 - Thomas & Mack Center - Las Vegas - USA
19 Sept. 1993 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles - USA - 6000 - S.O.
20 Sept. 1993 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles - USA - 6000 - S.O.
21 Sept. 1993 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles - USA - 6000 - S.O.
22 Sept. 1993 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles - USA - 6000 - S.O.
23 Sept. 1993 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles - USA - 6000 - S.O.
18 Oct. 1993 - Entertainment Centre - Sydney - Australia - 11500 - S.O.
19 Oct. 1993 - Entertainment Centre - Sydney - Australia - 11500 - S.O.
20 Oct. 1993 - Entertainment Centre - Sydney - Australia - 11500 - S.O.
22 Oct. 1993 - Melbourne Entertainment Centre - Melbourne - Australia
23 Oct. 1993 - Melbourne Entertainment Centre - Melbourne - Australia
25 Oct. 1993 - Melbourne Entertainment Centre - Melbourne - Australia
29 Oct. 1993 - Perth Entertainment Centre - Perth - Australia
30 Oct. 1993 - Perth Entertainment Centre - Perth - Australia
2 Nov. 1993 - Kougari Oval - Brisbane - Australia
3 Nov. 1993 - Kougari Oval - Brisbane - Australia
6 Nov. 1993 - Newcastle Entertainment Centre - Newcastle - Australia
7 Nov. 1993 - East Parkland - Adelaide - Australia
12 Nov. 1993 - Logan Campbell Centre - Auckland - New Zealand
13 Nov. 1993 - TSB Bowl - New Plymouth - New Zealand
15 Nov. 1993 - University Oval - Dunedin - New Zealand
16 Nov. 1993 - Queen Elizabeth II Park - Christchurch - New Zealand
18 Nov. 1993 - Wellington Show and Sports Centre - Wellington - New Zealand
S.O.= Sold Out
1956-1976 - Ike and Tina Turner
1977-1979 - Wild Lady of Rock
1980-1983 - Tour 1980-1983
1984 - World Tour - UK-USA
1985 - Private Dancer
1986 - Break Every Rule
1989 - Foreign Affair
1993 - What's Love Live
1996 - Wildest Dreams
1999 - Twenty Four Seven
2008 - Tour 2008-2009