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Revival Tour
Tour by Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez - Revival Tour poster.png
Associated albumRevival
Start dateMay 6, 2016 (2016-05-06)
End dateAugust 13, 2016 (2016-08-13)
No. of shows
  • 43 in North America
  • 7 in Asia
  • 5 in Oceania
  • 55 in total
Box office$35.6 million[1]
Selena Gomez concert chronology

The Revival Tour[2] was the second solo concert tour by American singer Selena Gomez, in support of her second solo studio album Revival (2015). The tour began in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on May 6, 2016, and concluded in Auckland, New Zealand at the Vector Arena on August 13, 2016.[3]

Background and development

On October 1, 2015, Gomez announced that she would be begin touring North America in late spring of the following year in support of her album Revival (2015). When discussing the tour in a video posted to her fans on Instagram, Gomez stated:

I have a very exciting announcement: I am launching my Revival World Tour. I will be going through the US and Canada from May to July and then later in the year going overseas.

She also announced that fans could purchase a Revival bundle with early ticket access.[4] In a statement to Entertainment Weekly, Gomez stated:

I am ready to get back on the road and see my fans in person! This album marks a new and very important chapter in my life. I cannot wait to get on stage and perform this new material.[5]

The first leg took place in North America across the United States and Canada. The leg ran from May to July 2016. DNCE served as the main opening act in North America with the exception of Vancouver, Winnipeg, Ottawa, and Anaheim.[6] Bea Miller opened from May 6, 2016 through June 15, 2016 and July 9, 2016, Tyler Shaw opened in Vancouver, Winnipeg, and Ottawa,[7] Bahari opened from June 17, 2016 through July 8, 2016,[8] and Charlie Puth opened in Anaheim.[9] On March 15, 2016, Quebec City Summer Festival 2016 announced Gomez as a main headliner of the festival in Quebec City.[10]

The second leg took place across Asia. Announcements for the Asia leg was announced through each city individually rather than one big announcement.[11][12][13][14][15] The leg ran from July 23, 2016 through August 3, 2016. Opening acts included Gentle Bones in Singapore, Jai Waetford in Bangkok, Darren Espanto in Manila, and DNCE returning as an opening act in Tokyo. Gomez was scheduled to perform her very first shows in China, but reports came out that she was allegedly banned by Chinese authorities due to support of Dalai Lama.[16]

The third leg took place across Oceania.[17] The leg ran from August 6, 2016 through August 13, 2016. DNCE returned once again as the opening act for Oceania.

Gomez had plans to tour across Europe and Latin America, but had to cancel due to anxiety and depression caused by lupus.[18] After the Oceania leg ended, on August 30, 2016, Gomez checked into rehab to focus on her mental health.[19]

Concert synopsis

The show begins with Gomez' shadow behind a curtain posing while performing the first verse of 'Revival'. Right before the chorus, the curtain drops as Gomez walks on the stage during the chorus – wearing a skin colored sparkly catsuit The song ends and pyramid-type objects surround Gomez. The objects move – revealing Gomez now in an attachable cut-out black dress over the catsuit, performing 'Same Old Love'. The objects surround Gomez again, then leaving to show that the black dress has been removed and is once again in her catsuit. Gomez proceeds to perform a remixed version of 'Come & Get It'. After the song ends, she greets the crowd and performs 'Sober'. She then exits the stage for a costume change.

Once she leaves, Gomez appears on the screen wearing different outfits while an instrumental version of 'The Heart Wants What It Wants' plays. The screen rises and Gomez walks through a cloud of smoke, wearing a black catsuit and dress, performing 'Good For You'. She then performs 'Survivors', 'Slow Down', and a remixed version of 'Love You Like A Love Song'. After talking to the crowd for a moment, she performs 'Hands To Myself' before exiting for another change.

Another interlude plays, and Gomez comes on, with her hair in a French-braid, wearing a tan leotard with a transparent dress over top. She performs 'Who Says'. After, she thanks the crowd and talks to them. She then sits at the piano (that has been rolled onstage) and performs 'Transfiguration', transitioning into 'Nobody'. She then explains that she has been writing songs for fun and performs a new, unreleased song titled, 'Feel Me'. She exits the stage afterwards.

Another interlude plays while inflatable roses rise from the sides of the stage up to the ceiling. Gomez enters on a Latin-type carriage (wearing a gold leotard) and performing 'Me & My Girls', transitioning into 'Me & The Rhythm'. She then performs 'Body Heat' with her dancers, before getting on the carriage and leaving for a final costume change.

The last interlude plays and Gomez enters in a multi-colored leotard with a jacket over top. She performs a cover of 'Sweet Dreams'. She then talks to the crowd for a final time, asking for them to dance and to have fun for the last songs. She performs 'Kill Em With Kindness' and leaves, re-entering immediately to perform 'I Want You To Know'. She then sits down to perform the beginning part of a remix of 'Revival'. She gets up, dances, and bids farewell to the audience before leaving the stage, thus ending the show.

Set list

This set list is representative of the show on July 5, 2016 in Phoenix. It is not representative of all concerts for the duration of the tour.[20]



List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America – Leg 1[24]
May 6, 2016 Las Vegas United States Mandalay Bay Events Center DNCE
Bea Miller
8,761 / 9,173 $594,878
May 8, 2016 Fresno Save Mart Center 8,269 / 10,141 $558,576
May 10, 2016 Sacramento Sleep Train Arena N/A N/A
May 11, 2016 San Jose SAP Center
May 13, 2016 Seattle KeyArena
May 14, 2016 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena Bea Miller
Tyler Shaw
May 16, 2016 Edmonton Rexall Place DNCE
Bea Miller
May 17, 2016 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome
May 19, 2016 Saskatoon SaskTel Centre
May 20, 2016 Winnipeg MTS Centre Bea Miller
Tyler Shaw
May 22, 2016[a] Ottawa Canadian Tire Centre
May 23, 2016 London Budweiser Gardens DNCE
Bea Miller
7,948 / 8,635 $467,569
May 25, 2016[b] Toronto Air Canada Centre 13,448 / 13,448 $821,528
May 26, 2016 Montreal Bell Centre N/A N/A
May 28, 2016 Boston United States TD Garden
May 29, 2016 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 7,139 / 7,139 $465,290
June 1, 2016 Brooklyn Barclays Center 11,582 / 12,970 $893,432
June 2, 2016 Newark Prudential Center N/A N/A
June 4, 2016 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center 10,021 / 12,822 $701,939
June 5, 2016 Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena N/A N/A
June 7, 2016 Charlotte Time Warner Cable Arena
June 9, 2016 Atlanta Philips Arena 7,850 / 9,106 $508,645
June 10, 2016 Orlando Amway Center 9,389 / 9,600 $639,745
June 11, 2016 Miami American Airlines Arena N/A N/A
June 14, 2016 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 9,062 / 9,062 $612,718
June 15, 2016 Houston Toyota Center N/A N/A
June 17, 2016 Austin Frank Erwin Center DNCE
7,707 / 12,293 $580,609
June 18, 2016 Dallas American Airlines Center 12,206 / 14,203 $906,170
June 19, 2016 Tulsa BOK Center 7,487 / 8,000 $528,235
June 21, 2016 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 9,507 / 15,763 $510,266
June 22, 2016 Louisville KFC Yum! Center N/A N/A
June 24, 2016 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
June 25, 2016 Chicago United Center
June 26, 2016 St. Louis Scottrade Center 7,181 / 8,000 $448,623
June 28, 2016 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center N/A N/A
June 29, 2016[c] Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
July 1, 2016 Kansas City Sprint Center
July 2, 2016 Denver Pepsi Center
July 5, 2016 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 8,977 / 11,452 $522,030
July 6, 2016 San Diego Valley View Casino Center N/A N/A
July 8, 2016 Los Angeles Staples Center 13,942 / 13,942 $978,804
July 9, 2016 Anaheim Honda Center Bea Miller
Charlie Puth
10,176 / 11,435 $769,533
July 11, 2016[d] Quebec City Canada Plains of Abraham N/A N/A N/A
Asia – Leg 2[27]
July 23, 2016 Jakarta Indonesia Indonesia Convention Exhibition N/A N/A N/A
July 25, 2016 Shah Alam Malaysia Malawati Stadium
July 27, 2016 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Gentle Bones
July 29, 2016 Bangkok Thailand IMPACT Arena Jai Waetford
July 31, 2016 Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Arena Darren Espanto
August 2, 2016 Tokyo Japan Tokyo International Forum DNCE
August 3, 2016
Oceania – Leg 3[17]
August 6, 2016 Melbourne Australia Margaret Court Arena DNCE 10,285 / 10,822 $709,848
August 7, 2016
August 9, 2016 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena 9,493 / 9,493 $643,068
August 11, 2016 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre 5,026 / 5,026 $371,792
August 13, 2016 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena N/A N/A
Total 195,456 / 222,525

Cancelled shows

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
August 6, 2016 Guangzhou China Guangzhou Sports Arena Unknown[16][e]
August 8, 2016 Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena
September 3, 2016[f] Paradise Canada Paradise Park Amphitheater Side effects of lupus[18]
September 4, 2016[g] Moncton Moncton Stadium
September 24, 2016[h] New York City United States Central Park
October 10, 2016 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Arena
October 12, 2016 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
October 13, 2016 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
October 15, 2016 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen
October 17, 2016 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena
October 18, 2016 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
October 19, 2016 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
October 22, 2016 Esch-sur-Alzette Luxembourg Rockhal
October 24, 2016 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena Prague
October 26, 2016 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
October 28, 2016 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
October 29, 2016 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
October 31, 2016 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle
November 1, 2016 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
November 3, 2016 Manchester England Manchester Arena
November 4, 2016 London The O2 Arena
November 6, 2016 Birmingham Genting Arena
November 8, 2016 Dublin Republic of Ireland 3Arena
November 10, 2016 Glasgow Scotland The SSE Hydro
November 14, 2016 Madrid Spain Barclaycard Center
November 16, 2016 Lisbon Portugal MEO Arena
November 18, 2016 Dubai United Arab Emirates Autism Rocks Arena
December 1, 2016 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena
December 3, 2016[i] Buenos Aires Argentina Tecnópolis Arena
December 6, 2016 Curitiba Brazil Expo Unimed
December 8, 2016 Brasília Net Live
December 10, 2016[j] São Paulo Allianz Parque
December 11, 2016 Rio de Janeiro HSBC Arena
December 14, 2016 Mexico City Mexico Mexico City Arena
December 16, 2016 Monterrey Monterrey Arena
December 18, 2016 Guadalajara Telmex Auditorium



  1. ^ The concert of May 22, 2016 in Ottawa at the Canadian Tire Centre was originally planned to take place on May 25, but was rescheduled to May 22 to avoid any potential conflict with the Toronto Raptors playoff game.[25]
  2. ^ The concert of May 25, 2016 in Toronto at the Air Canada Centre was originally planned to take place on May 22, but was rescheduled to May 25 to avoid any potential conflict with the Toronto Raptors playoff game.[25]
  3. ^ The concert of June 29, 2016, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the Marcus Amphitheater is a part of the Summerfest 2016.[26]
  4. ^ The concert of July 11, 2016, in Canada, Quebec City at the Plains of Abraham is a part of the Quebec City Summer Festival 2016.[10]
  5. ^ Although no official reason was given, NewsFix says that Gomez was banned by Chinese authorities due to support of Dalai Lama.[16]
  6. ^ The concert of September 3, 2016, in Paradise at the Paradise Park Amphitheater was a part of AtlanticFest2016.[28]
  7. ^ The concert of September 4, 2016, in Moncton at Moncton Stadium was a part of AtlanticFest2016.[29]
  8. ^ The concert of September 24, 2016, in New York City at Central Park was a part of Global Citizen Festival. Demi Lovato replaced Gomez as headliner.[30]
  9. ^ The concert of December 3, 2016, in Buenos Aires at Indoor Stadium is a part of Shout Festival.[31]
  10. ^ The concert of December 10, 2016, in São Paulo at Allianz Parque is a part of Z Festival.[32] Demi Lovato is set to replace Gomez.[33]


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