The Cheetah Girls tours

The Cheetah Girls tours
Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour

The Cheetah Girls performing on their Cheetah-licious Christmas tour.
Tour by The Cheetah Girls
Associated album Cheetah-licious Christmas
DisneyMania 3
The Cheetah Girls
Start date December 6, 2005
End date December 28, 2005
Shows 16
The Cheetah Girls tour chronology
Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour
(2005)
The Party's Just Begun Tour
(2006-2007)

In late 2005, The Cheetah Girls went on tour to support their album, Cheetah-licious Christmas. Aly & AJ went along with them, as the opening act, to support their own album Into the Rush, although the Jonas Brothers performed as surprise guests opening for both The Cheetah Girls and Aly & AJ for a total of 10 shows of the tour, promoting It's About Time, their first album. The holiday theme of the concert included giant presents (in which the Cheetah Girls performed in), Winter clothes, and even a tropical theme for their song "Christmas in California", which included surf boards with the girls' names on them. The Cheetah Girls also sang songs from the first Cheetah Girls soundtrack, their song "I Won't Say (I'm in Love)" (from DisneyMania 3), and their version of "Shake a Tail Feather" (from the Chicken Little soundtrack).

Contents

Set List

  1. "Cheetah-licious Christmas"
  2. "Five More Days 'til Christmas"
  3. "Marshmallow World"
  4. "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"
  5. "Perfect Christmas"
  6. "Cinderella"
  7. "Shake a Tail Feather"
  8. "Christmas in California"
  9. "Together We Can"
  10. "Girl Power"
  11. "Cheetah Sisters"
  12. "No Ordinary Christmas"
  13. "All I Want for Christmas Is You"
  14. "The Simple Things"
  15. "This Christmas"
  16. "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"
  17. "Last Christmas"
  18. "I Won't Say (I'm in Love)"
  19. "Feliz Navidad"

Tour Dates

The 2005 tour dates are as follows:

Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour Dates
Date Venue Location Opening acts
2005
December 6 New Jersey Performing Arts Center Newark, NJ Aly & AJ and Jonas Brothers
December 7 Landmark Theatre Syracuse, NY Aly & AJ and Jonas Brothers
December 9 Palace Theatre Albany, NY Aly & AJ and Jonas Brothers
December 10 Providence Performing Arts Center Providence, RI Aly & AJ and Jonas Brothers
December 11 Sovereign Performing Arts Center Reading, PA Aly & AJ and Jonas Brothers
December 13 Orpheum Theater Boston, MA Aly & AJ and Jonas Brothers
December 14 Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center Philadelphia, PA Aly & AJ and Jonas Brothers
December 15 Chevrolet Theatre Wallingford, CT Aly & AJ and Jonas Brothers
December 17 Nokia Theatre Times Square New York, NY - (2 shows) Aly & AJ and Jonas Brothers
December 18 Prism Theater at Scope Arena Norfolk, VA Aly & AJ
December 19 War Memorial Auditorium Greensboro, NC Aly & AJ
December 20 Arena at Gwinnett Center Duluth, GA Aly & AJ
December 22 Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Perf. Arts Houston, TX Aly & AJ
December 23 Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie Grand Prairie, TX Aly & AJ
December 27 Gibson Amphitheatre Universal City, CA Aly & AJ
December 28 Nob Hill Masonic Center San Francisco, CA Aly & AJ

The Party's Just Begun Tour

The Party's Just Begun Tour
Tour by The Cheetah Girls
Associated album The Cheetah Girls
The Cheetah Girls 2
Start date September 15, 2006
End date February 4, 2007
Shows 58
Box office $43 million
The Cheetah Girls tour chronology
Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour
(2005)
The Party's Just Begun Tour
(2006-2007)
One World Tour
(2008)

Production

In July 2006, The girls stated to Disney 365, a brief Disney Channel So Hot Summer news program, that they would be hitting the road again in September 2006, however they didn't state whether or not Raven-Symoné would be joining them. However, in a later interview they confirmed that Raven would not be going with them. An ad inside of the Cheetah Girls 2 soundtrack confirmed the name of the tour to be The Party's Just Begun Tour. The concert was released to a live CD and DVD combo on July 10, 2007. The tour was choreographed by Lena Blake, as well as one of their dancers, Christopher De La Cruz. The musical director was Anthony M. Jones

Opening Acts and Ticket Sales

The opening acts for the tour were Miley Cyrus (as Hannah Montana) for the first 20 dates, Vanessa Hudgens for the next 20 dates, and Everlife for the last 40 dates. Jordan Pruitt was also a special guest on the tour for the first 40 cities. The preteen group T-Squad was also a special guest for 5 of the 58 dates. The concert tour was a successful one, selling out every date. For the tour's finale the group performed in Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas with Miley Cyrus as their opening act. Within 3 minutes, the concert had already sold 80,000 tickets.

New Songs

The Cheetah Girls performed songs from all of the albums that they have contributed to including: The Chicken Little soundtrack, and all Disneymania CDs. They also performed, Falling For You, Girls Just Want to Have Fun and Cheetah-licious" all new songs that were recorded for their new album TCG, which was released on September 25, 2007. The song Cheetah-licious Christmas was sung only during the holiday season. These songs, however, were not included on the new album, however Falling For You was including on their live album.

Storyline

For the storyline of this concert, Dr. Coolcatz (played by Mitchel Musso) sends The Cheetah Girls on a mission to figure out and obtain the three key ingredients for "Growl Power". The three ingredients are: dreams, love, and friendship. They must find the 3 ingredients while singing and dancing and putting on a show for their fans.

Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana Opening Act Set List

  1. "I Got Nerve"
  2. "If We Were A Movie"
  3. "Who Said"
  4. "Just Like You"
  5. "The Other Side of Me"
  6. "This is the Life"
  7. "Pumpin' Up the Party"
  8. "The Best of Both Worlds"

Vanessa Hudgens Opening Act Set List

  1. "Intro (Baby V)/Let's Dance"
  2. "Let Go"
  3. "Never Underestimate A Girl"
  4. "Too Emotional"
  5. "Come Back to Me"

The Cheetah Girls Set List

Act 1

  1. "Intro/The Party's Just Begun"
  2. "Shake a Tail Feather"
  3. "Together We Can"
  4. "Route 66"
  5. "If I Never Knew You"

Act 2

  1. "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" (featuring Miley Cyrus & Everlife)
  2. "Cheetah-licious"
Additional notes

Act 3

  1. "Strut"
  2. "I Won't Say (I'm in Love)"
  3. "Falling For You"
  4. "Cinderella"
  5. "Dance With Me" (Sabrina's Solo Dance)
  6. "Step Up"

Act 4

  1. "Girl Power"
  2. "Cheetah Sisters"
  3. "Cheetah-licious Christmas" (was sung only during the holiday season)
  4. "Dancers Interlude"

Act 5

  1. "Amigas Cheetahs" (Extended Version)

Tour Dates

The 2006/2007 tour dates are as follows:

The Party's Just Begun Tour Dates
Date Venue Location Opening acts
2006
September 15 Key Arena at The Seattle Center Seattle, Washington Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
September 17 Portland Memorial Coliseum Portland, Oregon Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
September 19 HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose, California Miley Cyrus & Everlife
September 20 Stockton Arena Stockton, California Miley Cyrus & Everlife
September 21 Gibson Amphitheatre Universal City, California Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
September 22 SaveMart Center Fresno, California Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
September 24 Dodge Theatre Phoenix, Arizona Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
September 26 Lecture Hall Denver, Colorado Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
September 29 Allstate Arena Rosemont, Illinois Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
September 30 Mark of Quad Cities Moline, Illinois Miley Cyrus & Everlife
October 1 Fox Theatre St. Louis, Missouri Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
October 4 Nokia Theatre Grand Prairie, Texas Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
October 5 AT&T Center San Antonio, Texas Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
October 6 Reliant Arena Houston, Texas Miley Cyrus & Everlife
October 9 Jacksonville Arena Jacksonville, Florida Miley Cyrus & Jordan Pruitt
October 10 BankAtlantic Center Sunrise, Florida Miley Cyrus and Everlife
October 11 St. Pete Times Forum Tampa, Florida Miley Cyrus and Jordan Pruitt
October 13 Arena at Gwinnett Center Duluth, Georgia Miley Cyrus and Jordan Pruitt
October 14 Cricket Arena Charlotte, North Carolina Miley Cyrus and Everlife
October 15 Ted Constant Convocation Center Norfolk, Virginia Miley Cyrus and Everlife
October 17 D.A.R. Constitution Hall Washington, D.C. Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
October 18 Hartford Civic Center Hartford, Connecticut Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
October 20 Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, New York Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
October 21 Continental Airlines Arena East Rutherford, New Jersey Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
October 22 GIANT Center Hershey, Pennsylvania Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 1 DCU Center Worcester, Massachusetts Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 3 Arena at Harbor Yard Bridgeport, Connecticut Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 4 Sovereign Center Reading, Pennsylvania Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 5 Wachovia Spectrum Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 8 Wolstein Center Cleveland, Ohio Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 9 Nationwide Arena Columbus, Ohio Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 10 Detroit Masonic Temple Detroit, Michigan Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 12 Qwest Center Omaha, Nebraska Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 14 Milwaukee Theatre Milwaukee, Wisconsin Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 15 Xcel Energy Center Saint Paul, Minnesota Vanessa Hudgens and Jordan Pruitt
November 18 Coliseo José Miguel Agrelot Hato Rey, Puerto Rico Angels and Los Nenes
November 27 Tulsa Convention Center Tulsa, Oklahoma Everlife
November 29 American Bank Center Corpus Christi, Texas Everlife
November 30 Dodge Arena Hidalgo, Texas Everlife
December 2 Alltel Arena North Little Rock, Arkansas Everlife
December 3 CenturyTel Center Bossier City, Louisiana Everlife
December 5 FedExForum Memphis, Tennessee Everlife
December 6 Gaylord Entertainment Center Nashville, Tennessee Everlife
December 8 Roberts Municipal Stadium Evansville, Indiana Everlife
December 11 Van Andel Arena Grand Rapids, Michigan Everlife
December 12 John Labatt Centre London, Ontario Everlife
December 13 Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario Everlife
December 15 Verizon Wireless Center Manchester, New Hampshire Everlife
December 16 Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City, New Jersey Everlife
December 17 Mellon Arena Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Everlife
December 19 Sovereign Bank Arena Trenton, New Jersey Everlife
December 20 Arena at Harbor Yard Bridgeport, Connecticut Everlife
December 21 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale, New York Everlife
December 29 North Charleston Coliseum North Charleston, South Carolina Everlife
December 30 BI-LO Center Greenville, South Carolina Everlife
December 31 Gwinnett Center Duluth, Georgia Everlife
2007
January 3 Nokia Theatre Grand Prairie, Texas Everlife
January 5 Frank Erwin Center Austin, Texas Everlife
January 6 Laredo Entertainment Center Laredo, Texas Everlife
January 7 AT&T Center San Antonio, Texas Everlife
January 9 UTEP Don Haskins Center El Paso, Texas Everlife and T-Squad
January 12 Honda Center (formerly Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim) Anaheim, California Everlife and T-Squad
January 13 San Diego Sports Arena San Diego, California Everlife and T-Squad
January 14 Thomas and Mack Center Las Vegas, Nevada Everlife and T-Squad
February 3 Neal S. Blaisdell Arena Honolulu, Hawaii Everlife
February 4 Neal S. Blaisdell Arena Honolulu, Hawaii Everlife
March 4 Reliant Stadium Houston, Texas Miley Cyrus

One World Tour

One World Tour
Tour by The Cheetah Girls
Associated album The Cheetah Girls: One World
TCG
Start date October 8, 2008
End date December 21, 2008
Shows 50
The Cheetah Girls tour chronology
The Party's Just Begun Tour
(2006-2007)
One World Tour
(2008)

Promotion

The Cheetah Girls: One World Tour is produced by AEG Live. AEG Live created a website for the tour at [1]. A fansite has also been created dedicated to promoting The Cheetah Girls: One World Tour and other events. [2] The tour went to the United States, Canada and Spain. The tour was a successful tour

Production

The tour was said to be in support of The Cheetah Girls: One World movie and soundtrack.

In Late-September/Early-October 2008, The Cheetah Girls spent a week in Corpus Christi, Texas at the American Bank Center Arena putting their show together and premiering it on October 4, 2008 in a dress rehearsal show. Tickets benefited CCISD (Corpus Christi Independent School District). Tickets were $22 each regardless of which area of the arena that you sat in.

The tour was choreographed by Fatima Robinson who also choreographed their movie The Cheetah Girls: One World.

Storyline

The concert consists of a trip by plane around the world. Each part of the concert "honor" one country, like France, Japan, South America and The USA.

US & Canada Set List

  • Intro
  1. "Cheetah Love"
  2. "So Bring It On"
  3. "Dig a Little Deeper"
  • France/Spain
  1. "Feels Like Love"
  2. "Strut"
  3. "Strut" (Fashion Show)
  4. "Cinderella: Ballad Version"
  5. "What If" (Adrienne's Solo Song)
  • Asia
  1. "Girl Power"
  2. "Break Out This Box"
  3. "Dance Me If You Can"
  4. "No Place Like Us"
  • South America
  1. "The Party's Just Begun"
  2. "Crazy On The Dance Floor" (Sabrina's Solo Dance)
  3. "Fuego"
  4. "Homesick"
  • The USA
  1. Commander Kiely (Kiely's Solo Moment)
  2. "Shake a Tail Feather"
  3. "Route 66"
  • India: Finale
  1. "One World"

Tour Dates

The Clique Girlz were announced as the opening act for the tour according to Interscope records and their official website.

A few dates on the tour have been canceled, no official statement released, but due to unforeseen circumstances is the case. The dates canceled were October 14 in Memphis TN, October 30 in Charlotte NC, November 25 in Rochester NY, and November 30 in Indianapolis IN.

The 2008 tour dates were as followed:

The One World Tour Dates
Date Venue Location Status
2008
October 4 American Bank Center Corpus Christi Completed
October 8 Frank Erwin Center Austin Completed
October 10 Cajundome Lafayette Completed
October 11 CenturyTel Center Bossier City Completed
October 12 Mississippi Coast Coliseum Biloxi Completed
October 14 FedEx Forum Memphis Canceled
October 15 Sommet Center Nashville Completed
October 17 BancorpSouth Arena Tupelo Completed
October 18 Alltel Arena North Little Rock Completed
October 20 American Airlines Center Dallas Completed
October 21 AT&T Center San Antonio Completed
October 22 Toyota Center Houston Canceled
October 24 Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville Completed
October 25 American Airlines Arena Miami Completed
October 26 Amway Arena Orlando Completed
October 28 BI-LO Center Greenville Completed
October 29 Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte Canceled
October 30 Gwinnett Center Atlanta Completed
November 1 Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville Completed
November 2 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro Completed
November 5 1st Mariner Arena Baltimore Completed
November 6 Richmond Coliseum Richmond Completed
November 8 Boardwalk Hall Atlantic City Completed
November 9 Verizon Center Washington, D.C. Completed
November 11 Wachovia Center Philadelphia Completed
November 13 Prudential Center Newark Completed
November 14 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale Completed
November 16 Verizon Wireless Arena Manchester Completed
November 17 DCU Center Worcester Completed
November 18 XL Center Hartford Completed
November 20 Air Canada Centre Toronto Completed
November 21 Wolstein Center Cleveland Completed
November 23 US Bank Arena Cincinnati Completed
November 25 Blue Cross Arena Rochester Canceled
November 26 Peterson Events Center Pittsburgh Completed
November 28 Nationwide Arena Columbus, Ohio Completed
November 29 Rupp Arena Lexington Completed
November 30 Conseco Fieldhouse Indianapolis Canceled
December 2 Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Completed
December 4 United Center Chicago Completed
December 5 US Cellular Arena Milwaukee Completed
December 6 i wireless Center Moline Completed
December 7 Scottrade Center St. Louis Completed
December 9 Sprint Center Kansas City Completed
December 11 Target Center Minneapolis Completed
December 12 Qwest Center Omaha Completed
December 15 E Center West Valley City Completed
December 17 Oracle Arena Oakland Completed
December 19 Jobing.com Arena Glendale Completed
December 20 Honda Center Anaheim Completed
December 21 San Diego Sports Arena San Diego Completed/The Final Date

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