Tina’s 50th anniversary tour starts in Kansas City

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Tina Turner - Kansas City - October 1, 2008 - 15

4 years ago today, Tina Turner launched her 2008/2009 50th Anniversary Tour in Kansas City, Missouri. She performed to a sold out crowd at the 18,000-seat Sprint Center. This performance was Tina’s first full concert in 8 years, since her 2000 Twenty Four Seven world tour. The 50th Anniversary Tour was a greatest hits tour, and consisted of 90 concerts in North America and Europe, ending on May 5th in Sheffield, UK. In this post you will find photos, audio and a newspaper review from opening night.

Concert photos

Review from USA Today newspaper, October 2, 2008

Audio (special thanks to Marco, Lars and Sidney!)

Better Be Good To Me

Stones Medley (Jumping Jack Flash / It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll)

Be Tender With Me, Baby

15 Replies to “Tina’s 50th anniversary tour starts in Kansas City”

  1. Sounds as a very nice gig! The version of Better Be Good To Me, after 2:20 or so, I don’t like that really. But Be Tender With Me, Baby was awesome done :-).


  2. ohje 4 years are gone….really? that means we just 4 years older – tina maybe just 1 year:)
    thanks for sharing the audio and the pictures and i love the fact that is not all perfect in tina´s show:) the little mistakes make´s it even more special i think:)


  3. i was there. she came back to kc for an encore a few weeks later. had to see her one last time. final show on this continent was in toronto, canada, near xmas time. i miss her greatly.


  4. I would like to see the full first show. There were many things different in this show, which changed later. Proud Mary dance parts or jumpin jack are just two examples. Is there any chance to see video footage from the full show?


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