Sears & Levis US Tour

Dates: July 1, 2000 – October 15, 2000
Legs: 1
Shows:
60

The Sears & Levis US Tour, also known as the Psykoblast Tour, was Christina Aguilera’s first headlining concert tour. Staged in North America in support of her 1999 album release, Christina Aguilera, the show opened on July 1, 2000 in Milwaukee and ended October 15, 2000 in Phoenix.

The tour was sponsored by the famous American brands of Sears and Levi’s. When it was announced, Aguilera was promoting “I Turn to You”, third single of that her first album; she was concurrently in the phase of production of her upcoming album Mi Reflejo. The first month of the tour and a few other shows was a state fair tour that featured a simpler stage set. At the same time, Aguilera began wearing much more revealing outfits and began putting different colors into her hair, as she transitioned from her teen pop image to one far more.

Material for the tour came from Christina Aguilera and renditions of two classics, “All Right Now” and “At Last”.

The rapidly rising group Destiny’s Child opened shows of the tour, along with many artists of lesser renown to come. Setlist

  1. Introduction: Arabian Dance
  2. Genie in a Bottle
  3. Somebody’s Somebody
  4. So Emotional
  5. Don’t Make Me Love You (Till I’m Ready)+
  6. I Turn To You
  7. When You Put You Hands On Me
  8. At Last
  9. Interlude: DJ Mix Remix
  10. All Right Now
  11. Love For All Seasons
  12. Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)
  13. What a Girl Wants
  • +Replaced with Falsas Esperanzas after the release of Mi Reflejo.

Band

  • Michael Anderson – bass
  • Alex Alessandroni – keyboards
  • Bryan – keyboards
  • JJ – keyboards
  • DJ George – DJ
  • Raphiel – keyboards
  • Ezquiel Alara – keyboards
  • Dans Sistos – viola
  • Teddy Campbell – drums
  • Kay Chann – Programming
  • Latonya Holumas – Backup singer
  • Elizabeth Quintones – Backup singer
  • Diane Gordon – Backup singer
  • Yvinn Patrick – Backup singer

Dancers

  • Buddy
  • Jorge Santos
  • Roman
  • Nancy
  • Kayla
  • Robert Vinson
  • Joshuah Michael
  • Robin
  • Evan
  • Lisa
  • Nick Aragon
  • Jermaine Browne
  • George Mynett
  • Steban

Opening acts

  • Destiny’s Child
  • Soul Decision (7 July – 19 July – 19 August – 11 September)
  • Sygnature
  • The Moffatts (7 July – 19 July)
  • MyTown (17 July – 19 July)
  • McMaster & James (7 July – 19 July)
  • Alecia Elliot
  • Before Dark
  • Faze 4 (1 July)

Dates

Date Venue Location
July 1st Marcus Amphitheatre Milwaukee
July 2nd Sioux Empire Fairgrounds Sioux Falls, S.D.
July 4th Star Plaza Theatre Merrillville, Ind.
July 5th National Cherry Festival Traverse City, Mich.
July 7th Air Canada Centre Toronto
July 8th Molson Centre Montreal
July 10th Corel Centre Ottowa
July 13th Winnipeg Arena Winnipeg
July 14th Saskatchewan Place Saskatoon
July 16th Skyreach Centre Edmonton, Alberta
July 17th Canadian Airlines Saddledome Calgary
July 19th General Motors Place Vancouver
July 26th California Mid-State Fair Paso Robles, CA
July 28th Metrapark Arena Billings, Mont
July 29th North Dakota State Fair Minot, N.D
July 31st Sandstone Amphitheater Bonner Spreings, Kan
August 1st Riverport Amphitheatre Maryland Heights, Mo
August 3rd Buffalo County Fair Kearney, Neb
August 4th Douglas County Fair Omaha, Neb
August 6th Deer Creek Music Center Noblesville, Ind
August 7th Amsouth Amphitheatre Anioch, Tenn
August 10th Iowa State Fair Des Moines, Iowa
August 11th Illinois State Fair Springfield, Ill
August 13th Missouri State Fair Sedalia, Mo
August 15th Midland County Fair Midland, Mich
August 16th Ohio State Fair Columbus, Ohio
August 19th United Center Chicago
August 21st Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati
August 23rd Gund Arena Cleveland
August 24th Pine Knob Music Theatre Clarkston, Mich
August 26th Post-Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake Burgettstown, Pa
August 28th Minnesota State Fair St. Paul, Minn
August 30th Six Flags/Darien Lake Arts Center Darien Center, N.Y.
August 31st Champlain Valley Expo Essex Junction. Vt
September 1st Meadows Music Theatre Hardford, Conn
September 3rd New York State Fair Syracuse, N.Y.
September 6th P.N.C. bank Arts Center Holmdel, N.J.
September 8th Jones Beach Amphitheater Wantagh, N.Y.
September 9th Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts Mansfield, Mass
September 11th GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater Virginia Beach, Va
September 15th Blockbuster 3 Sony E-Center Camden, N.J.
September 16th Merriweather Post Columbia, Md
September 18th Blockbuster Pavilion Charlotte, N.C.
September 19th Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek Raleigh, N.C.
September 20th Lakewood Amphitheatre Atlanta
September 22nd TD Waterhouse Centre Orlando, Fla
September 23rd Ice Palace Tampa, Fla
September 25th Mars Music Amphitheatre West Palm Beach, Fla
September 27th New Orleans Arena New Orleans
September 28th Reunion Arena Dallas
October 2nd Fiddler&rsquos Green Amphitheatre Englewood, Colo
October 3rd Delta Center Salt Lake City
October 5th Key Arena at Seattle Center Seattle
October 6th Memorial Coliseum Portlant, Ore
October 8th Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, Calif
October 10th Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre Marysville, Calif
October 11th Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Irvine, Calif
October 13th Coors Amphitheatre Chula Vista, Calif
October 14th Arrowhead Pond Anaheim, Calif
October 15th American West Arena Phoenix