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Forever, For Always, For Love World Tour
Tour by Luther Vandross
Supporting album Forever, For Always, For Love
Start date February 19, 1982
End date May 13, 1983
Legs 3
Shows 85 in North America
10 in Europe
95 in total
Luther Vandross tour chronology
Luther Tour
(1981)
Forever, For Always, For Love World Tour
(1982-83)
Busy Body Tour
(1984)

The Forever, For Always, For Love World Tour was a concert tour and the first major headlining tour by American recording artist Luther Vandross. The tour supported his second Platinum hit album Forever, For Always, For Love. The outing spanned over a year, starting on February 14, in Boston, Massachusetts, visiting several cities across the U.S. and Europe from 1982 to the summer of 1983.

Opening actsEdit

Set listEdit

  1. "The Glow of Love"
  2. "Searching"
  3. "Forever, For Always, For Love"
  4. "Never Too Much"
  5. "She Loves Me Back"
  6. "Since I Lost My Baby"
  7. "The Lady Is a Tramp"
  8. "Promise Me"
  9. "Don't You Know That?"
  10. "A House Is Not a Home"
  11. "Jump to It"
  12. "If This World Were Mine" (duet performed with Cheryl Lynn)
  13. "Busy Body"
  14. "Bad Boy/Having a Party"

The BandEdit

  • Music Director/Keyboards: Nat Adderley, Jr.
  • Drums: Yogi Horton
  • Bass: Eluriel "Tinker" Barfield
  • Keyboards: John "Skip" Anderson
  • Guitar: Doc Powell
  • Percussion: Steve Kroon
  • Background vocals: Fonzi Thornton, Alfa Anderson, Phillip Ballou, Brenda White

Tour datesEdit

Date City Country Venue
North America—Leg 1[1][2][3]
February 14, 1982 Boston, MA United States Berklee Performance Center
February 19, 1982 Tuscaloosa, AL Memorial Coliseum
February 23, 1982 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
February 29, 1982 Tallahassee, FL Leon County Civic Center
June 12, 1982 Houston, TX NRG Astrodome
August 1, 1982 Pasadena, CA Rose Bowl Aquatics Center
October 21, 1982 Phoenix, AZ Celebrity Theatre
November 3, 1982 Chicago, Illinois Auditorium Theater
November 4, 1982
November 6, 1982 St. Louis, MO American Theater
November 7, 1982 Columbus, Ohio Veterans Memorial Auditorium
November 12, 1982 New York City, NY Radio City Music Hall
November 13, 1982
November 15, 1982 Washington, D.C. DAR Constitution Hall
November 18, 1982 Detroit, MI Ford Auditorium
November 19, 1982
November 20, 1982 Pittsburgh, PA Stanley Theater
November 21, 1982 Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati Music Hall
November 24, 1982 Highland Heights, OH Front Row Theater
December 27, 1983 Memphis, TN Orpheum Theatre
December 28, 1983 Louisville, KY Louisville Palace
December 29, 1983 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre
December 30, 1983 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
December 31, 1983 Little Rock, AR Robinson Center
January 5, 1983 Richmond, VA Landmark Theater
January 6, 1983 Charlotte, NC Ovens Auditorium
January 7, 1983 Columbia, SC Township Auditorium
January 8, 1983 Savannah, GA Johnny Mercer Theater
January 12, 1983 Chicago, IL Arie Crown Theater
January 13, 1983
January 14, 1983
January 15, 1983
January 19, 1983 St. Louis, MO Fox Theatre
January 20, 1983
January 21, 1983 Detroit, MI Fox Theatre
January 22, 1983
January 23, 1983 Baton Rouge, LA Riverside Centroplex
January 24, 1983 Monroe, LA Monroe Civic Center
January 25, 1983 Dallas, TX Music Hall at Fair Park
January 26, 1983 Houston, TX Jones Hall
Europe
January 31 - February 14 Birmingham United Kingdom Hummingbird
Sheffield Sheffield Hall
London Hammersmith Odeon
Brixton Academy
Manchester Manchester Apollo
Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
Rotterdam Ahoy Theater Hal
Paris France Élysée Montmartre
North America—Leg 2
February 23, 1983 Baton Rouge, LA United States Baton Rouge River Center Arena
February 24, 1983 Monroe, LA Monroe Civic Center
February 25, 1983 Dallas, TX Reunion Arena
February 26, 1983 Houston, TX Houston Music Hall
March 1, 1983 New York City Radio City Music Hall
March 2, 1983
March 3, 1983
March 4, 1983
March 8, 1983 New Orleans, LA Saenger Theatre
March 9, 1983
March 10, 1983 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
March 11, 1983 Greenville, SC Greenville Memorial Auditorium
March 15, 1983 Boston, MA Metropolitan Theatre
March 16, 1983
March 17, 1983 Largo, MD Capitol Centre
March 18, 1983 Raleigh, NC Civic Center
March 22, 1983 Milwaukee, WI Uihlein Hall
March 24, 1983 Dayton, OH Loft Theatre
March 25, 1983 Kansas City, MO Midland Theatre
March 29, 1983 Los Angeles, CA Universal Amphitheatre
March 30, 1983
April 1, 1983 San Diego, CA Copley Symphony Hall
April 5, 1983 Huntsville, AL Mark C. Smith Concert Hall
April 6, 1983 Jackson, MS Mississippi Coliseum
April 7, 1983 Birmingham, AL BJCC Concert Hall
April 8, 1983 Tallahassee, FL Centre Theater
April 12, 1983 Fort Lauderdale, FL Sunrise Musical Theater
April 13, 1983
April 14, 1983 Lakeland, FL Lakeland Civic Center
April 15, 1983 Jacksonville, FL Civic Auditorium
April 19, 1983 Augusta, GA William Bell Auditorium
April 20, 1983 Greensboro, NC War Memorial Auditorium
April 21, 1983 Hampton, VA Hampton Coliseum
April 22, 1983 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Civic Center
April 26, 1983 Lake Charles, LA Arcade Theater
April 27, 1983 Mobile, AL Saenger Theatre
April 28, 1983 Shreveport, LA RiverView Theater
April 29, 1983 Norman, OK Lloyd Noble Center
May 3, 1983 San Carlos, CA Circle Star Theater
May 4, 1983
May 5, 1983
May 10, 1983 Cleveland, OH Public Music Hall
May 11, 1983
May 12, 1983
May 13, 1983
August 29, 1983 Detroit, MI Michigan State Fairgrounds
  • Not all tour dates are listed for Europe in 1983, the outing ran from January 31, to February 14.

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