Whitney Houston
1.25.2010

Whitney Houston Announces World Tour

If you thought Whitney Houston’s comeback was complete, think again. The pop diva will mark 25 years in the business by launching a world tour in support of her latest album I Look to You.

The “Nothing But Love” world tour, her first since 1999’s “My Love Is Your Love” outing, commences on February 6 in Seoul, South Korea, and travels through Japan, Australia, and Europe, currently scheduled to wrap June 10 in Helsinki, Finland.

Houston’s seventh studio album I Look to You topped the charts worldwide when it was released last year and spawned the singles “Million Dollar Bill” and the title track.

On January 26, Arista Records/Legacy Recordings will issue Whitney Houston: The Deluxe Anniversary Edition. The CD/DVD package includes a remastered version of her debut album, along with five bonus tracks.

“Nothing But Love” World Tour Dates

Feb. 6 – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic 1 Gymnasium
Feb. 7 – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic 1 Gymnasium
Feb. 11 – Tokyo, Japan – Saitama Super Arena
Feb. 13 – Tokyo, Japan – Saitama Super Arena
Feb. 14 – Tokyo, Japan – Saitama Super Arena
Feb. 17 – Osaka, Japan – Osaka-Jo Hall
Feb. 18 – Osaka, Japan – Osaka-Jo Hall
Feb. 22 – Queensland, Australia – Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Feb. 24 – Sydney, Australia – Acer Arena
Feb. 27 – Hunter Valley, Australia – Hope Estate Winery
March 1 – Melbourne, Australia – Rod Laver Arena
March 6 – Perth, Australia – ME Bank Stadium
March 7 – Perth, Australia – ME Bank Stadium
April 6 – Paris, France – Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
April 8 – Manchester, Great Britain – MEN Arena
April 9 – Manchester, Great Britain – MEN Arena
April 11 – Glasgow, Great Britain – SECC
April 13 – Birmingham, Great Britain – LG Arena
April 14 – Nottingham, Great Britain – Arena
April 17 – Dublin, Ireland – O2 Arena
April 18 – Dublin, Ireland – O2 Arena
April 20 – Dublin, Ireland – O2 Arena
April 22 – Newcastle, Great Britain – Metro Radio Arena
April 25 – London, Great Britain – O2 Arena
April 26 – London, Great Britain – O2 Arena
April 28 – London, Great Britain – O2 Arena
April 30 – Canary Islands – Autoridad Portuaria de Santa Cruz de Tenerife
May 3 – Milan, Italy – Forum
May 4 – Rome, Italy – PalaLottomatica
May 9 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
May 12 – Berlin, Germany – O2 World
May 13 – Leipzig, Germany – Arena Leipzig
May 16 – Hannover, Germany – TUI Arena
May 17 – Hamburg, Germany – Color Line Arena
May 19 – Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle
May 21 – Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle Munich
May 22 – Stuttgart, Germany – Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
May 24 – Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis
May 26 РOberhausen, Germany РK̦nig Pilsener Arena
May 27 – Nuremberg, Germany – Nürnberger Versicherungen
May 29 – Mannheim, Germany – SAP Arena
May 31 – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
June 3 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Forum
June 4 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Forum
June 6 – Stavanger, Norway – Stavanger Koncerthus
June 8 – Stockholm, Sweden – The Globe Arena
June 10 – Helsinki, Finland – Hartwall Arena