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Love 4 One Another Charities Tour

Love 4 One Another Charities Tour
Tour by Prince
Start date January 7, 1997
End date June 29, 1997
Legs 2
Shows 35
Prince tour chronology
The Ultimate Live Experience
Love 4 Another Charities Tour
Jam of the Year Tour

Love 4 One Another Charities Tour was a short American tour by Prince promoting his charity known as "Love 4 One Another". The concerts contained a mix of songs that were a transition between the Gold Tour and the upcoming Jam of the Year Tour, incorporating much more "Prince" material into the sets, as well as new material from Emancipation.


Most of the long-standing New Power Generation were let go in 1996, and new musicians were brought in as replacements. The only remainining member was Morris Hayes, although former Game Boyz dancer Kirk Johnson was brought back into the fold to play drums. The tour served as a warmup tour for this band before the lengthy Jam of the Year Tour.[1][2]

Band lineup

  • Prince (vox, guitar, piano)
  • Kirk Johnson (drums)
  • Rhonda Smith (bass, vox)
  • Morris Hayes (keyboards)
  • Kat Dyson (guitar)
  • Mike Scott (guitar)

Typical set list

Some songs that made occasional appearances were "Partyman", "Somebody's Somebody", "The Ride", a Carlos Santana medley, "The Holy River", "Condition of the Heart", "Baby I'm a Star" / "1999" and "Little Red Corvette"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Love 4 One Another Charities Tour 1995
May 11, 1995 Los Angeles United States Glam Slam
May 12, 1995
July 1, 1995 Chanhassen Paisley Park
July 2, 1995
July 7, 1995 Miami Glam Slam
July 8, 1995
July 17, 1995 Chanhassen Paisley Park
August 5, 1995
August 12, 1995
August 19, 1995
August 26, 1995
August 29, 1995
September 2, 1995
September 8, 1995
September 9, 1995
September 16, 1995
September 18, 1995
September 19, 1995
October 10, 1995
October 21, 1995
October 23, 1995
October 28, 1995
November 11, 1995
December 9, 1995
Love 4 One Another Charities Tour 1996-1997
October 12, 1996 Chanhassen United States Paisley Park
October 15, 1996
October 20, 1996 Chicago Park West Theatre
October 25, 1996 Chanhassen Paisley Park
October 28, 1996
November 12, 1996
December 26, 1996
December 28, 1996
January 7, 1997 Upper Darby Tower Theater
January 8, 1997 Boston The Roxy
January 10, 1997 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
January 11, 1997 New York City Roseland Theater
January 13, 1997 Detroit State Theater
January 18, 1997 Birmingham Boutwell Auditorium
January 19, 1997 5 Points Music Hall
Atlanta Atlanta Live
February 16, 1997 Honolulu Neal S. Blaisdell Center
April 11, 1997 Los Angeles Pantages Theatre
April 19, 1997 San Jose State University Event Center Arena
April 20, 1997
April 21, 1997 San Francisco DNA Lounge
April 28, 1997 Phoenix America West Arena
April 29, 1997 Tempe Electric Ballroom
San Diego RIMAC Center
April 30, 1997 Mission Beach Cabe's Bar and Grill
May 17, 1997 Cleveland CSU Convention Center
May 18, 1997 Louisville Louisville Gardens
July 5, 1997 Toronto Canada The Warehouse
July 6, 1997 Montreal La Salle Wilfrid-Peletier
July 21, 1997 Moline United States MARK of the Quad Cities
July 22, 1997 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center
July 27, 1997 St. Louis Kiel Auditorium
July 28, 1997 Chicago United Center
July 29, 1997 Excalibur


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