Whitney announces world tour!


If you thought Whitney Houston’s comeback was complete, think again. The pop diva will mark 25 years in the business by launching a world tour in support of her latest album I Look to You.

The “Nothing But Love” world tour, her first since 1999’s “My Love Is Your Love” outing, commences on February 6 in Seoul, South Korea, and travels through Japan, Australia, and Europe, currently scheduled to wrap June 10 in Helsinki, Finland.

Houston’s seventh studio album “I Look to You” topped the charts worldwide when it was released last year and spawned the singles “Million Dollar Bill” and the title track.

On January 26, Arista Records/Legacy Recordings will issue Whitney Houston: The Deluxe Anniversary Edition. The CD/DVD package includes a remastered version of her debut album, along with five bonus tracks.

“Nothing But Love” World Tour Dates

Feb. 6 – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic 1 Gymnasium
Feb. 7 – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic 1 Gymnasium
Feb. 11 – Tokyo, Japan – Saitama Super Arena
Feb. 13 – Tokyo, Japan – Saitama Super Arena
Feb. 14 – Tokyo, Japan – Saitama Super Arena
Feb. 17 – Osaka, Japan – Osaka-Jo Hall
Feb. 18 – Osaka, Japan – Osaka-Jo Hall
Feb. 22 – Queensland, Australia – Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Feb. 24 – Sydney, Australia – Acer Arena
Feb. 27 – Hunter Valley, Australia – Hope Estate Winery
March 1 – Melbourne, Australia – Rod Laver Arena
March 6 – Perth, Australia – ME Bank Stadium
March 7 – Perth, Australia – ME Bank Stadium
April 6 – Paris, France – Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
April 8 – Manchester, Great Britain – MEN Arena
April 9 – Manchester, Great Britain – MEN Arena
April 11 – Glasgow, Great Britain – SECC
April 13 – Birmingham, Great Britain – LG Arena
April 14 – Nottingham, Great Britain – Arena
April 17 – Dublin, Ireland – O2 Arena
April 18 – Dublin, Ireland – O2 Arena
April 20 – Dublin, Ireland – O2 Arena
April 22 – Newcastle, Great Britain – Metro Radio Arena
April 25 – London, Great Britain – O2 Arena
April 26 – London, Great Britain – O2 Arena
April 28 – London, Great Britain – O2 Arena
April 30 – Canary Islands – Autoridad Portuaria de Santa Cruz de Tenerife
May 3 – Milan, Italy – Forum
May 4 – Rome, Italy – PalaLottomatica
May 9 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
May 12 – Berlin, Germany – O2 World
May 13 – Leipzig, Germany – Arena Leipzig
May 16 – Hannover, Germany – TUI Arena
May 17 – Hamburg, Germany – Color Line Arena
May 19 – Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle
May 21 – Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle Munich
May 22 – Stuttgart, Germany – Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
May 24 – Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis
May 26 – Oberhausen, Germany – König Pilsener Arena
May 27 – Nuremberg, Germany – Nürnberger Versicherungen
May 29 – Mannheim, Germany – SAP Arena
May 31 – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
June 3 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Forum
June 4 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Forum
June 6 – Stavanger, Norway – Stavanger Koncerthus
June 8 – Stockholm, Sweden – The Globe Arena
June 10 – Helsinki, Finland – Hartwall Arena

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