Dangerously in Love World Tour

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Dangerously in Love World Tour
Tour by Beyoncé Knowles
Supporting album Dangerously in Love
Start date ?, 2003
End date ?, 2004
Legs ?
Shows ?
Beyoncé Knowles tour chronology

Dangerously in Love World Tour
Verizon Ladies First Tour

The Dangerously In Love World Tour was singer Beyoncé's first solo concert tour, intended to showcase songs from her debut solo album, Dangerously in Love.

The show[change | change source]

The stage was simple and featured a large LED screen in the back that moved up and down throughout the entire show and displayed video images of Beyoncé and her dancers, as well as some images from her music videos and some prerecorded images with special effects.

The set list included not only Dangerously in Love material, but also contained a special segment of her show dedicated to her erstwhile group Destiny's Child. This concert also featured songs from Beyoncé's 2003 film The Fighting Temptations ("Fever" and "Summertime"). A highlight for many fans was her performance of "Dangerously in Love 2".

Setlist[change | change source]

  1. "Baby Boy"
  2. "Naughty Girl"
    Costume Change
  3. "Fever"
    Costume Change
  4. "Hip Hop Star"
  5. "Yes"
  6. "Work It Out"
    Costume Change
  7. "Gift from Virgo"
  8. "Be with You"
  9. "Speechless"
  10. "DC Medley": "Bug a Boo"/"No, No, No Part 2"/"Bootylicious"/"Jumpin' Jumpin'"/"Say My Name"/"Independent Women Part I"/"'03 Bonnie & Clyde"/"Survivor"
  11. "Me, Myself and I"
  12. "Summertime"
    Costume Change
  13. "Dangerously in Love 2"
    Costume Change
  14. "Crazy in love"

Tour dates[change | change source]

Date City Country Venue
Tickets sold Tickets on sale Percentage sold
November 3, 2003 Manchester England M.E.N. Arena 21,000 21,000 100 %
November 09, 2003 London England Wembley Arena 12,300 12,300 100 %
November 10, 2003 London England Wembley Arena 12,300 12,300 100 %
November 13, 2003 Birmingham England NEC Arena 11,000 11,000 100 %
November 15, 2003 Dublin Ireland The Point 8,500 8,500 100 %
November 19, 2003 Amsterdam Holland Heineken Music Hall 5,500 5,500 100 %