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Growing Pains European Tour

Growing Pains Euopean Tour
Tour by Mary J. Blige
Associated album Growing Pains
Start date May 20, 2008
End date July 19, 2008
Legs 2
Shows 13 in Europe
4 in Australia
17 in total
Mary J. Blige concert chronology
Heart of the City Tour
Growing Pains European Tour
Love Soul Tour

The Growing Pains European Tour was a three month concert tour in Europe by American recording R&B singer Mary J. Blige, in support of her platinum album, Growing Pains.[1] In addition to visiting cities throughout Europe, Blige also performed four dates in Australia.

Opening Act

Set list

  1. "MJB Intro"
  2. "Grown Woman"
  3. Medley:
  4. "You Bring Me Joy"
  5. "Be Happy"
  6. "Sweet Thing"
  7. "Love No Limit"
  8. "Everything"
  9. "Take Me as I Am"
  10. "Not Gon' Cry"
  11. "I'm Goin' Down"
  12. "Fade Away"
  13. "No More Drama"
  14. "One"
  15. "MJB Da MVP"
  16. "Work That"
  17. "Enough Cryin"
  18. "Be Without You"
  1. "Just Fine"
  2. "Family Affair"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
May 18, 2008 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion (cancelled)
May 20, 2008 Munich Germany Zenith
May 22, 2008 Copenhagen Denmark Tivoli Concert Hall (cancelled)
May 24, 2008 Stockholm Sweden Hovet (cancelled)[3]
May 26, 2008 Hamburg Germany Hamburg Stadtpark
May 28, 2008 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Rotterdam
May 29, 2008 Berlin Germany Zitadelle
May 30, 2008 Düsseldorf Philipshalle
June 1, 2008 Antwerp Belgium Lotto Arena
June 2, 2008 Paris France Zénith de Paris
June 3, 2008 London United Kingdom O2 Arena[4]
June 5, 2008 Manchester Manchester Arena
June 6, 2008 Birmingham National Exhibition Centre
June 10, 2008 Perth Australia Burswood Dome[5]
June 12, 2008 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena[6]
June 13, 2008 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
June 14, 2008 Brisbane Entertainment Centre
July 16, 2008 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Jazz Festival
July 17, 2008 Molde Norway Molde Jazz Festival
July 19, 2008 Pori Finland Pori Jazz Festival


  1. ^ Mary J Blige Tour events
  2. ^ Mary J. Blige chooses same support act as Amy Winhouse
  3. ^ Hovet concert in Sweden cancelled due to technical issues
  4. ^ Review; Mary J. Blige at the o2 Arena London
  5. ^ Concert Blige at Burswood Dome Theatre
  6. ^ Mary J. Blige Australia tour event

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