Justified and Stripped Tour

Dates: June 4, 2003 – September 2, 2003
Legs: 2

The Justified and Stripped Tours were three concert tours that took place in 2003. First American singer Justin Timberlake staged his Justified Tour. Then for the last legs of his routing, he was joined by fellow American singer and fellow-New Mickey Mouse Club alumni Christina Aguilera for the Justified and Stripped Tour. Then after Timberlake was done, Aguilera carried on for her Stripped World Tour.

The Justified & Stripped tour grossed $45 million in the United States alone. Altogether this was the most lucrative tour of 2003.

Justin Timberlake began touring in support of his Justified album.

Justified and Stripped was the third tour for Aguilera, and was sponsored among others by Coca-Cola. Material for the tour came from her most recent album Stripped, together with selections from the previous albums Christina Aguilera and Mi Reflejo, together with “Lady Marmalade” and “At Last”, the classic from Etta James.

The majority of the shows were opened by The Black Eyed Peas, with whom Timberlake had collaborated on the massive hit “Where is the Love?”. The tour itself counted on a team of over 150 people, including technicians of sound, light, video, etc. There were 20 buses of great transport to all carry the material, beyond more than 15 buses to transport the team itself.

In August an overhead lighting grid collapsed from the ceiling of Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, causing major damage to the sound and video equipment below. Because the collapse occurred hours before the performance, only a few stagehands were injured, but a few shows were cancelled and some postponed.

Regardless, Justified and Stripped was one of the top-grossing tours of that year, and sold out most of its venues. Rolling Stone’s Music Awards tabbed it as the Best Tour of the Year via their Readers’ Poll.

In the fourth quarter of that year Aguilera continued to tour internationally without Timberlake, and changed the name of the tour consequently. Her set list remain fundamentally the same, except she added the song “Cruz.” This routing passed through some countries of Europe, Australia and Japan, starting on 22 September 2003 in Hamburg. Also negotiations for Brazil were made, at the beginning of 2004. In 2004 Aguilera part of the tour was shown in a 1 hour WB special with good ratings.

European performances formed the basis for her 2004 Stripped Live in the UK DVD release. Setlist

  1. Video Introduction: Stripped Intro
  2. “Dirrty”
  3. “Get Mine, Get Yours”
  4. “The Voice Within”
  5. “Genie in a Bottle”
  6. “Can’t Hold Us Down”
  7. “Make Over”
  8. Dancers Interlude &ndash Latin Dance
  9. Medley: “Contigo en La Distancia”/”Falsas Esperanzas”
  10. “Infatuation”
  11. “Come on Over Baby (All I Want Is You)
  12. “Cruz” (international dates only)
  13. Video Interlude: Loving Me 4 Me
  14. “Impossible”
  15. “At Last”
  16. “I Prefer You” (US dates only)
  17. “Lady Marmalade”
  18. Dancers Interlude
  19. “Walk Away”
  20. “Fighter”
  21. Video Interlude: Stripped, Pt. 2
  22. “What a Girl Wants”
  23. “Beautiful” (Encore)


  • Ethan Farmer – Bass
  • Ray Yslas – Percussion
  • Brian Frasier – Drums
  • Michael Herring – Guitars
  • Robert Lewis – Keyboards
  • Charlean Hines – Backup singer
  • Tracy Nelson – Backup singer
  • Brandon Rogers – Backup singer – became American Idol season 6 contestant


  • Monique Slaughter
  • Tiana Brown
  • Telisha Shaw
  • Erin Hernandez
  • Paul Kirkland
  • Leo Moctezuma
  • Gilbert Saldivar
  • Marcel Wilson
  • Billy Cole
  • Luke Bannister

Opening acts

  • The Black Eyed Peas
  • Jamelia
  • Fefe Dobson
  • Emmanuel Carella


Christina’s tour director is Jamie King.

Justin’s tour director is Erick Pinnick.

Her production manager is Rob Kern.

She goes to the choreography room in the daytime to learn all of the dances, then it was off to the band room to practice with the dancers and band.

There are 75 traveling people with the tour and usually about 100 local helpers.

There are about 16 or 17 semi trucks to carry the stage and equipment.

There are 18 busses to carry 160 people.

There are over 200 moving lights, which are computer programmed that Justin and Christina Share.

There are approximately 250 pyro hits throughout the whole show.

There are two 12″x45″ video screens.

The power for one show equals the power it takes to run 350 households.

On the motorcycle for ‘Can’t Hold Us Down’ the license plate says California Xtina.

The person who dresses her for the ‘quick hanges’ is JD Roeser.

On Tour, Christina does not eat catering instead, she sends people out to bring her fast food.

She likes to be bare footed during sound checks

Christina flys to every Justified Stripped Tour stop, instead of taking a bus.

There are 160 folks in the Justified Stripped crew.

The Justified And Stripped Tour grossed $31.8 million.

D2 made Christina’s opening outfit (black stretch pants with orange strips) for $2,000.

Steve Fatone (Professional Stripper) appeared on the last night of the tour.


June 4thAmerica West ArenaPhoenix, AR, USA
June 6thArena in OaklandOakland, CA, USA
June 8thTacoma DomeTacoma, WA, USA
June 10thRose GardenPortland, OR, USA
June 11th**CANCELLED**Vancouver, BC, Canada
June 13thArco ArenaSacramento, CA, USA
June 14thHP PavillionSan Jose, CA, USA
June 16thStaples CenterLos Angeles, CA, USA
June 17thStaples CenterLos Angeles, CA, USA
June 20thStaples CenterLos Angeles, CA, USA
June 21stMGM CenterLas Vegas, NV, USA
June 23rdPepsi CenterDenver, CO, USA
June 25thFord CenterOklahoma City, OK, USA
June 26thAmerican Airlines CenterDallas, TX, USA
June 28thSBC CenterSan Antonio, TX, USA
June 29thCompaq CenterHouston, TX, USA
July 5thSavvis CenterSt Louis, MO, USA
July 6thAlltel ArenaNorth Little Rock, AR, USA
July 8thNew Orleans ArenaNew Orleans, LA, USA
July 9thCenturyTel ArenaBossier City, LA, USA
July 11thPyramid ArenaMemphis, TN, USA
July 12thPhillips ArenaAtlanta, GA, USA
July 14thSt Pete Times ForumTampa, FL, USA
July 15thTD Waterhouse CenterOrlando, FL, USA
July 16thOffice Depot CenterSunrise, FL, USA
July 22ndAllstate ArenaRosemont, IL, USA
July 22ndHartford Civic CenterHartford, CT, USA
July 23rdUnited CentreChicago, IL, USA
July 25thPalace of Auburn HillsAuburn Hills, MI, USA
July 26thUS Bank ArenaCinncinatti, OH, USA
July 28thMellon ArenaPittsburgh, PA, USA
July 29thAir Canada CenterToronto, ON, Canada
July 31stAir Canada CentreToronto, ON, Canada
August 1stHSBC ArenaBuffalo, NY, USA
August 3rdSchottenstein CenterColumbus, OH, USA
August 5thFleetCenterBoston, MA, USA
August 6thFleetCenterBoston, MA, USA
August 8thFirst Union CenterPhiladelphia, PA, USA
August 9th**CANCELLED**Atlantic City, NJ, USA
August 18thNassau ColiseumUniondale, NY, USA
August 19thNassau ColiseumUniondale, NY, USA
August 20thContinental Airlines ArenaEast Ruthorford, NJ, USA
August 23rdPepsi CenterAlbany, USA
August 25thMCI CenterWashington, DC, USA
August 31stConseco FieldhouseIndianapolis, IN, USA
September 1stBradley CenterMilwaukee, WI, USA
September 2ndXcel Energy CenterSt.Paul, USA

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