Christina Aguilera is an American pop music singer. Her first concert tour was in North America, where she performed in more than 63 cities during 2000. It was extended through the United States in July, August and October 2000. In 2001, the tour went through Latin America and Asia, where it grossed $35 million. In 2003, She began promoting the new album to tour with Justin Timberlake, performing during 2003 in North America with 44 dates. After the end of the American leg, Aguilera left alone on tour in Europe, Asia, and Australia, and the tour is estimated to have grossed over U.S. $ 45.8 million and over $115 million internationally, becoming Aguilera's highest grossing tour and one of the highest grossing tours of 2003. In 2004, Aguilera was expected to return to North America in the Summer of 2004, however, the 27 dates were canceled at the last minute, because of lesions of the vocal cords. She returned in 2006 with the Back to Basics Tour, in support of her similarly titled album. The tour grossed $90 million, becoming Aguilera's second highest grossing tour and the highest grossing tour of 2007 for a Female. Aguilera planned to tour in summer 2010 to promote Bionic, but her management team revealed the tour was cancelled due to Aguilera promoting her film, Burlesque. However, sources have indicated that unexpectedly low ticket sales and lack of interest were the reasons why the tour was cancelled.


Concert tours

Year Title Duration Number of
2000-01 Christina Aguilera in Concert May 19, 2000 – February 1, 2001 (Worldwide)
Her first tour began on July 1, 2000, in support of her first studio album and first Spanish-language studio album, Christina Aguilera and Mi Reflejo.
2003 Justified & Stripped Tour June 4, 2003 – September 2, 2003(North America) <center>45<center>
Her second tour began on June 4, 2003, in support of her fourth studio album Stripped. This was a co-headlining tour with Justin Timberlake.
2003 Stripped Live... on Tour September 22, 2003 – December 17, 2003 (Worldwide) <center>48<center>
Her third tour began on September 22, 2003, in support of her fourth studio album Stripped.
2006-07 Back to Basics Tour November 17, 2006 – July 27, 2007 (Worldwide) <center>80<center>

Her fourth tour began on November 17, 2006, in support of her fifth studio album Back to Basics.

Promotional tours

Year Title Duration Number of
2008 Keeps Gettin' Better Promo Tour October 11, 2008 – October 24, 2008 (Worldwide) <center>10<center>
A promotional tour in support of their first greatest hits album Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade of Hits which consisted of live performances and small gigs in North America and Europe.

Cancelled concert tours

Year Title Duration Number of
2004 Stripped Live... on Tour Summer 2004 (North America) <center>27<center>
The tour was in support of her fourth studio album Stripped. Aguilera planned a North American leg of the tour in 2004. The dates were cancelled due to supposed vocal straining that required full rest.
2010 The Bionic Tour July 17, 2010 – August 19, 2010 (North America) <center>28<center>

The tour was in support of her sixth studio album Bionic. Tour was cancelled due to excessive promotion of Aguilera's upcoming film debut in Burlesque, insufficient time to rehearse for the shows.


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