Good Girl Gone Bad Tour

In September 2007 Rihanna has launched The Good Girl Gone Bad Tour, her second overall and first world concert tour! 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.

On September 24, 2007, the show from Bell Centre in Montreal, 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.

Setlist

 

Crew on the road

  • Tina Landon (director & choreographer)
  • Anthony Randall (production manager)
  • 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)
Band
  • 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)
Dancers
  • Victoria Parsons (dance captain)
  • Rachel Markarian
  • Bryan Tanaka
  • Julius Law
Styling
  • Ursula Stephen (hair)
  • Mylah Morales (makeup)
  • Lysa Cooper (stylist)
  • Mariel Haenn (stylist)
  • Hollywood (stylist)

 

TOUR DATES

September 15, 2007 – Vancouver, Canada
September 17, 2007 – Grande Prairie, Canada
September 18, 2007 – Calgary, Canada
September 19, 2007 – Saskatoon, Canada
September 22, 2007 – Toronto, Canada
September 23, 2007 – London, Canada
September 24, 2007 – Montreal, Canada
September 25, 2007 – Quebec City, Canada
September 27, 2007 – Moncton, Canada
September 28, 2007 – Saint John, Canada
September 30, 2007 – Halifax, Canada
October 2, 2007 – Arlington, USA
October 5, 2007 – Rochester, USA
October 11, 2007 – New York City, USA
October 13, 2007 – Lincroft, USA
October 18, 2007 – State College, USA
October 19, 2007 – Philadelphia, USA, USA
October 20, 2007 – Phoenix, USA
October 23, 2007 – Los Angeles, USA
November 11, 2007 – Paris, France
November 13, 2007 – Munich, Germany
November 14, 2007 – Basel, Switzerland
November 20, 2007 – Cologne, Germany
November 21, 2007 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
November 22, 2007 – Brussels, Belgium
November 23, 2007 – Frankfurt, Germany
November 24, 2007 – Belgrade, Serbia
November 26, 2007 – Berlin, Germany
November 27, 2007 – Bratislava, Slovakia
November 30, 2007 – Sofia, Bulgaria
December 1, 2007 – Ischgl, Austria
December 2, 2007 – Dublin, Ireland
December 3, 2007 – Belfast, UK
December 6, 2007 – Manchester, UK
December 7, 2007 – Sheffield, UK
December 13, 2007 – Newcastle, UK
December 14, 2007 – Glasgow, UK
December 16, 2007 – London, UK
December 17, 2007 – Brighton, UK
December 18, 2007 – Birmingham, UK
December 19, 2007 – Cardiff, UK
December 20, 2007 – Nottingham, UK
February 26, 2008 – Dublin, Ireland
February 27, 2008 – Dublin, Ireland
March 2, 2008 – Belfast, UK
March 3, 2008 – Aberdeen, UK
March 5, 2008 – Liverpool, UK
March 6, 2008 – Bournemouth, UK
March 7, 2008 – London, UK
March 10, 2008 – Copenhagen, Denmark
March 12, 2008 – Stockholm, Sweden
March 14, 2008 – Helsinki, Finland
March 16, 2008 – Tallinn, Estonia
March 17, 2008 – Riga, Latvia
March 19, 2008 – Warsaw, Poland
March 20, 2008 – Prague, Czech Republic
March 22, 2008 – Düsseldorf, Germany
March 23, 2008 – Moscow, Russia
April 5, 2008 – Chiba City, Japan
July 4, 2008 – New Orleans, United States
July 12, 2008 – Casablanca, Morocco
July 15, 2008 – Milan, Italy
October 27, 2008 – Auckland, New Zealand
October 28, 2008 – Auckland, New Zealand
October 29, 2008 – Wellington, New Zealand
October 31, 2008 – Brisbane, Australia
November 1, 2008 – Brisbane, Australia
November 3, 2008 – Adelaide, Australia
November 4, 2008 – Melbourne, Australia
November 5, 2008 – Melbourne, Australia
November 7, 2008 – Sydney, Australia
November 8, 2008 – Sydney, Australia
November 9, 2008 – Sydney, Australia
November 11, 2008 – Perth, Australia
November 13, 2008 – Singapore, Singapore
November 16, 2008 – Taguig, Philippines
January 22, 2009 – Monterrey, Mexico
January 24, 2009 – Mexico City, Mexico