Ever since the Queen of Rock & Roll announced her return to the stage during a taping of “Oprah” in April, the buzz surrounding...

Ever since the Queen of Rock & Roll announced her return to the stage during a taping of “Oprah” in April, the buzz surrounding Tina Turner’s comeback tour has been overwhelming. To accommodate high demand from fans, the iconic singer/songwriter booked additional performances in major cities, expanding her North American tour to 28 dates. However, the dynamic performer has a few more surprises for fans who can’t get enough.

Turner recently announced plans to release a compilation album (“Tina!”) on September 30, one day before Tina: Live In Concert Tour kicks off in Kansas City, MO. In addition to Turner’s timeless hits, such as “Proud Mary” and “What’s Love Got To Do With It,” the album will include two new songs from the vocalist. The tracks “I’m Ready” and “It Would Be A Crime” are the rock ‘n’ roll diva’s first original releases since her 1999 album, “Twenty Four Seven.”

The tour will weave through 21 cities, beginning with Turner’s sold-out opener on October 1. The North American leg of the tour will end on December 12 with her second stop in Toronto, Ontario. She will follow up her North American tour with 31 European dates, kicking off in January with four shows in Germany and wrapping up with three late-March to early-April shows in England.

Turner went into retirement following her worldwide Twenty Four Seven Tour in 2000. Since then, the vocalist has made only limited appearances, most notably her February 2008 performance with Beyonce at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards.


Tina Turner itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

October 1Kansas City, MOSprint Center
October 3, 4Chicago, ILUnited Center
October 6Rosemont, ILAllstate Arena
October 8Kansas City, MOSprint Center
October 9Minneapolis, MNTarget Center
October 13Los Angeles, CAStaples Center
October 14Anaheim, CAHonda Center
October 16Los Angeles, CAStaples Center
October 19, 20San Jose, CAHP Pavilion
October 22Sacramento, CAARCO Arena
October 24Phoenix, AZJobing.com Arena
October 30Miami, FLAmerican Airlines Arena
November 2Fort Lauderdale, FLBankAtlantic Center
November 5Orlando, FLAmway Arena
November 9Atlanta, GAPhilips Arena
November 13Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre
November 16, 17Boston, MATD Banknorth Garden
November 23Washington, DCVerizon Center
November 26, 27Newark, NJPrudential Center
December 3, 4Uniondale, NYNassau Coliseum
December 6Hartford, CTXL Center
December 8Montreal, QCBell Centre
December 12Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre
January 14-15, 18-19Cologne, DEKolnarena
January 22-23Antwerp, BESportpaleis
January 26Berlin, DEO2 World
January 30-31, February 3Hamburg, DEColor Line Arena
February 4Hannover, DETUI Arena
February 7-8Vienna, AUWiener Stadthalle
February 11Antwerp, BESportpaleis
February 15Zurich, CHHallenstadion
February 20Manchester, UKMEN Arena
February 23-24, 27-28Munich, DEOlympiahalle
March 3-4, 7-8London, UKO2 Arena
March 16-17Paris, FRPalais Omnisports de Bercy
March 21-22Arnhem, NLGelredome
March 30-31, April 3Manchester, UKMEN Arena

Last Updated on August 14, 2008 by By Allison Reitz