Black & Blue World Tour

2001

Set List

  1. “Everyone”
  2. ” Larger than Life “
  3. “Shining Star”
  4. ” What Makes You Different (Makes You Beautiful) “
  5. “Yes I Will”
  6. ” More than That “
  7. ” I Want It That Way “
  8. “Not for Me”
  9. ” Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely “
  10. ” Quit Playing Games (with My Heart) “
  11. ” As Long as You Love Me “
  12. ” I’ll Never Break Your Heart “
  13. “I Promise You (with Everything I Am)”
  14. “How Did I Fall in Love with You”
  15. “Time”
  16. “The Answer to Our Life”
  17. ” All I Have to Give “
  18. ” If You Stay “
  19. ” Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) “
  20. “Get Another Boyfriend”
  21. ” The Call”

Encore

  1. ” Shape of My Heart”

 

Tour Dates

Date City Country Venue
North America 
January 22, 2001  Sunrise, FL  United States  National Car Rental Center
January 23, 2001
January 24, 2001
January 26, 2001  Charlotte, NC  Charlotte Coliseum
January 27, 2001  Atlanta, GA  Georgia Dome
January 30, 2001  Philadelphia, PA  First Union Center
January 31, 2001
February 2, 2001  Washington, D.C.  MCI Center
February 3, 2001  East Rutherford, NJ  Continental Airlines Arena
February 4, 2001  Uniondale, NY  Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
February 5, 2001
February 7, 2001  Toronto  Canada  SkyDome
February 8, 2001  Pittsburgh, PA United States  Mellon Arena
February 9, 2001
February 12, 2001  Rosemont, IL  Allstate Arena
February 13, 2001
February 15, 2001  Pontiac, MI  Pontiac Silverdome
February 17, 2001  Minneapolis, MN  Target Center
February 18, 2001  Grand Forks, ND  Alerus Center
February 20, 2001  Denver, CO  Pepsi Center
February 23, 2001  Vancouver Canada  General Motors Place
February 25, 2001  Tacoma, WA United States  Tacoma Dome
February 26, 2001
February 27, 2001  Portland, OR  Rose Garden Arena
March 1, 2001  Oakland, CA  The Arena in Oakland
March 2, 2001
March 4, 2001  Sacramento, CA  ARCO Arena
March 5, 2001
March 8, 2001  Las Vegas, NV  MGM Grand Garden Arena
March 10, 2001
March 12, 2001  Phoenix, AZ  America West Arena
March 13, 2001
March 14, 2001  Los Angeles, CA  Staples Center
March 15, 2001
March 17, 2001  San Diego, CA  San Diego Sports Arena
March 18, 2001
March 23, 2001  Mexico City  Mexico  Foro Sol
March 24, 2001
March 25, 2001
Latin America 
April 28, 2001  Buenos Aires  Argentina  River Plate Stadium
May 3, 2001  Rio de Janeiro  Brazil  Estádio do Maracanã
May 5, 2001  São Paulo  Estádio do Morumbi
May 6, 2001
May 9, 2001  Maracaibo  Venezuela  Estadio Luis Aparicio El Grande
May 12, 2001  Caracas  Estacionamiento del Poliedro de Caracas
May 13, 2001
May 16, 2001  Panama City  Panama  Estadio Nacional de Panamá
May 19, 2001  San Juan  Puerto Rico  Hiram Bithorn Stadium
May 20, 2001
North America (Leg 2) 
June 8, 2001  Orlando, FL United States  TD Waterhouse Centre
June 9, 2001  Tampa, FL  Ice Palace
June 11, 2001 Atlanta, GA  Philips Arena
June 12, 2001  Greenville, SC  BI-LO Center
June 13, 2001  Raleigh, NC  Raleigh Entertainment & Sports Arena
June 15, 2001  Bristow, VA  Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge
June 17, 2001  Greensboro, NC  Greensboro Coliseum
June 20, 2001  Noblesville, IN  Deer Creek Music Center
June 21, 2001  Lexington, KY  Rupp Arena
June 22, 2001  Columbus, OH  Nationwide Arena
June 23, 2001  Nashville, TN  Gaylord Entertainment Center
June 25, 2001  Burgettstown, PA  Post-Gazette Pavilion
June 26, 2001
June 28, 2001  Hartford, CT  ctnow.com Meadows Music Theatre
June 29, 2001
June 30, 2001  Albany, NY  Pepsi Arena
July 1, 2001
July 3, 2001  Camden, NJ  Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
July 5, 2001  Hershey, PA  Hersheypark Stadium
July 6, 2001  Boston, MA  FleetCenter
July 7, 2001
North America (Leg 3)
August 24, 2001  Milwaukee, WI United States  BMO Harris Bradley Center
August 25, 2001  Cincinnati, OH  Firstar Center
August 26, 2001  Maryland Heights, MO  Riverport Amphitheatre
August 27, 2001  Kansas City, MO  Kemper Arena
August 29, 2001  Houston, TX  Compaq Center
August 30, 2001  San Antonio, TX  Alamodome
August 31, 2001  Dallas, TX  American Airlines Center
September 4, 2001 Uniondale, NY Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
September 6, 2001 East Rutherford, NJ Continental Airlines Arena
September 7, 2001
September 8, 2001 Boston, MA FleetCenter
September 9, 2001
September 10, 2001
September 12, 2001 Toronto Canada  Air Canada Centre
September 13, 2001
September 14, 2001
September 15, 2001  Ottawa  Corel Centre
September 17, 2001  Montreal  Molson Centre
September 18, 2001  Buffalo, NY United States  HSBC Arena
September 19, 2001  Cleveland, OH  Gund Arena
September 20, 2001  Auburn Hills, MI  The Palace of Auburn Hills
September 22, 2001  Tinley Park, IL  Tweeter Center
September 23, 2001 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
September 26, 2001  Calgary Canada  Pengrowth Saddledome
September 27, 2001
September 28, 2001  Edmonton  Skyreach Centre
October 1, 2001 Vancouver General Motors Place
October 2, 2001 Portland, OR United States Rose Garden Arena
October 4, 2001  Nampa, ID  Idaho Center
October 5, 2001  Salt Lake City, UT  Delta Center
October 7, 2001  Albuquerque, NM  ABQ Journal Pavilion
October 10, 2001 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
October 12, 2001 Phoenix, AZ  Cricket Pavilion
October 13, 2001  San Bernardino, CA  Blockbuster Pavilion
October 15, 2001  San Jose, CA  Compaq Center at San Jose
October 17, 2001  Bakersfield, CA  Bakersfield Centennial Garden
October 19, 2001 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
Asia
November 19, 2001  Tokyo  Japan  Tokyo Dome
November 20, 2001
November 21, 2001
November 23, 2001  Nagoya  Nagoya Dome
November 25, 2001  Osaka  Osaka Dome

Concerts

Did you know?

The tour was postponed on July 9, 2001 so AJ could go to rehab for depression and the excessive consumption of alcohol. The tour resumed August 24, 2001. Backstreet Boys made the announcement on MTV’s TRL on July 10, 2001. 

During a show in Los Angeles, CA in March 2001 the show was filmed for a CBS Primetime special. It also included footage from their Black & Blue promotional tour where they traveled around the world to 6 continents in 100 hours.

Backstreet Boys aired their Dallas, TX concert live online on August 31, 2001. The show was broadcast through Yahoo. It was their first concert that streamed online to fans in 24 countries. 

 

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