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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2008) Dangerously in Love Tour Poster of the tour in London. Tour by Beyoncé Associated album Dangerously In Love Start date November 3, 2003 End date November 19, 2003 Legs 1 Shows 9 in Europe Beyoncé tour chronology - Dangerously in Love Tour (2003) Verizon Ladies First Tour (2004) The Dangerously In Love Tour was singer Beyoncé's first solo concert tour, intended to showcase songs from her debut solo album, Dangerously in Love. The tour only reached Europe. Knowles toured alongside Missy Elliott and Alicia Keys as ensemble for the Verizon's "Verizon Ladies First Tour" in North America. Contents 1 About the show 2 Setlist 3 Tour dates 4 Broadcasts and recordings 5 External links About the show The stage was simple and featured a large LED screen in the back that moved up and down throughout the entire show and displayed video images of Beyoncé and her dancers, as well as some images from her music videos and some prerecorded images with special effects. The show also featured a small staircase and platforms on both side of the stairs for her band. The set list included not only Dangerously in Love material, but also contained a special segment of her show dedicated to her erstwhile group Destiny's Child. This concert also featured songs from Beyoncé's 2003 film The Fighting Temptations ("Fever" and "Summertime"). A highlight for many fans was her performance of "Dangerously in Love 2". Perhaps the most well known feature of this concert was Beyonce's entrance onto the stage for the beginning on the evening. The singer was lowered onto the stage upside down while singing Baby Boy. Setlist "Baby Boy" "Naughty Girl" "Fever" "Hip Hop Star" "Yes" "Work It Out" "Gift from Virgo" "Be with You" "Speechless" "Destiny's Child Medley": "Bug a Boo" "No, No, No Part 2" "Bootylicious" "Jumpin' Jumpin'" "Say My Name" "Independent Women Part I" "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" "Survivor" "Me, Myself and I" "Summertime" "Dangerously in Love 2" "Crazy in Love" Tour dates Date City Country Venue November 3, 2003 Manchester United Kingdom Manchester Evening News Arena November 7, 2003 Sheffield Hallam FM Arena November 9, 2003 Newcastle Telewest Arena November 10, 2003 London Wembley Arena November 11, 2003 November 13, 2003 Birmingham National Exhibition Centre November 14, 2003 Belfast Odyssey Arena November 15, 2003 Dublin Ireland The Point November 19, 2003 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall Broadcasts and recordings Main article: Live at Wembley (DVD) On November 10, 2003, Beyoncé performed at the Wembley Arena in London, England; this was later put on a CD/DVD, which was released in April 2004. External links Knowles' Official Website v · d · eBeyoncé Knowles Discography · Videography · Songs · Awards and nominations · Tours Studio albums Dangerously in Love  · B'Day  · I Am... Sasha Fierce  · 4 Live albums Live at Wembley · The Beyoncé Experience Live · I Am... Yours · I Am... World Tour Extended plays Irreemplazable · Heat Video albums B'Day Anthology Video Album · Above and Beyoncé Tours and revues Dangerously in Love Tour · Verizon Ladies First Tour · The Beyoncé Experience · I Am... Tour · I Am... Yours Filmography Carmen: A Hip Hopera  · Austin Powers in Goldmember  · The Fighting Temptations  · The Pink Panther  · Dreamgirls  · Cadillac Records  · Obsessed  · A Star Is Born Retail House of Deréon · Heat Related topics Columbia Records · Destiny's Child · Jay-Z · Mathew Knowles · Tina Knowles · Solange Knowles Book · Category · Portal · Template · WikiProject