Tina Turner @ Sportpaleis

Written by BrusselsLife Team - 27 May 2008, 00:00 (Updated: 13 Dec 2012, 07:59)
Tina Turner @ Sportpaleis
After eight years away from performing, eight-time Grammy Award winner, the incomparable Tina Turner today announced details of her long-awaited return to the Arenas of Europe beginning in January 2009. Turner's tour, promoted by Marshall Arts in association with AEG Live, will delight fans in eight countries across Europe during January, February & March 2009. Tickets will go on sale later this month for shows in the UK, Austria, Holland and Belgium. They will be staged in London's acclaimed O2 Arena, Manchester MEN Arena, Antwerp Sportspaleis, The Arena Arnhem in Holland and Vienna's Stadthalle.

"After performing with Beyonce at The Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, the response was overwhelming", commented Tina. "Everywhere I went people were asking me when I was going back on tour. So after a lot of thought and planning we announced an American tour. Now Europe beckons and I don't want to let down all my loyal fans over there.

Twenty Four Seven

Turner's previous millennium worldwide trek, Twenty Four Seven, which leading US trade magazine Pollstar rated the most successful tour of 2000, attracted over three million fans to 123 stadiums around the globe over the course of nine months. "One Last Time", the tour DVD of that elaborate, pyrotechnics-filled production, was certified platinum. Turner is the most successful female rock artist of all time with record sales exceeding 180 million. With sensual, soulful and powerful vocals that have been part of music history for over four decades, the singer's explosive live set will include everything from early career singles River Deep Mountain High, Proud Mary, and Nutbush City Limits through solo superstar smashes Let's Stay Together, What's Love Got to Do With It, We Don't Need Another Hero and The Best as well as '90s comeback hits such as I Don't Wanna Fight the theme song to the James Bond film Goldeneye. At the Grammys in front of millions, Beyonce called her simply The Queen. The new set, the production, the songs, and Turner's unique stage presence will delight her legions of fans who have followed the legendary diva's extraordinary creative journey, while seducing new admirers and proving that her vocal majesty still continues its reign to this day.

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