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World tour by Rihanna

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Associated album Unapologetic
Start date March 8, 2013
End date November 14, 2013
Legs 5
Shows 38 in North America
3 in Africa
39 in Europe
6 in Asia
10 in Oceania
96 Total
Box office $140.1 million
Rihanna tour chronology
Loud Tour

(2011)

Diamonds World Tour

(2013)

Anti World Tour       (2016)

The Diamonds World Tour is the official tour in support of Rihanna's seventh studio album Unapologetic. It is Rihanna's fifth concert tour following her Loud Tour in 2011. The tour started in Buffalo, New York on March 8, 2013 and ended on November 15, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The tour has garnered generally positive reception.

Background and developmentEdit

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Rihanna performing "We Found Love" in Buffalo, NY

After Rihanna performed at the 2012 MTV Music Awards, she announced that she was to start a world tour to support her upcoming seventh studio album Unapologetic.[1] She embarked on a promotional tour known as the 777 Tour that lasted for seven days before the release of the album. Live Nation further released a trailer for the world tour and the North American tour dates.[2] Tickets went on sale in September 2012. The European dates and tickets were released two months later in November.[3]

Beginning in early March of 2013, Rihanna began to release videos for the tour through her Youtube channel showing behind the scenes footage regarding the costumes, the stage, and dance rehearsals.[4] The final video showed preparations for the first show in Buffalo, New York.

Critical responseEdit

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Rihanna performing "Rockstar 101" in Toronto, ON

The tour has received generally positive reviews. Jane Stevenson from the Toronto Sun wrote that "bigger was definitely better as the 25-year-old artist, starting an hour later than scheduled, kicked off her show kneeling in a black cape in front of a female statue on a video screen before the full effect of the large-scale production kicked in...And if she was still suffering from the laryngitis that caused her to cancel two shows of the Diamonds Tour in the U.S. last week, you’d never know it from her strong vocals on such ballads as , "What Now," "Love The Way You Lie" and "Stay"...I’ve seldom seen a music artist so aware of her body and how to use it." Sam Adams from The Inquirer gave a positive review for the performance at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, writing Rihanna "gave herself equally to every new arrangement" and is "either an endlessly versatile performer or a vacant vessel, a chameleon or a cipher."[5] Brad Wheeler from the The Globe and Mail wrote "The 100-minute thrill ride included a two-tune encore, comprised of the bluesy ballad Stay – the woman can sing – and the sky-gazing, swirling, upswooping single Diamonds...Rihanna’s star is hot and still on the rise – Beyoncé’s Sasha Fierce is now Sasha Fears."[6]

Mikael Wood from the Los Angeles Times positively reviewed the show stating, "At 25, Rihanna, like many of the suspended adolescents in her fan base, isn't yet willing to decide which one of her many roles will define her. If anything, she revealed more of them Monday night at Staples Center, where her Diamonds World Tour touched down for a sold-out concert that felt like four smaller shows strung together with costume and set changes. The concert was defined throughout by the woman at the center of it."[7] Mike Bell from the Calgary Herald gave a positive review of the show stating, "It was big, bright and bombastic. But she was somehow bigger, brighter and more bombastic. And deserving all of the attention for all of the right reasons, especially that main reason. Rihanna is a pop star. A pretty great one at that."[8] John-John Williams IV from The Sun wrote that "Rihanna gave a stellar performance in Baltimore" and added that she "pulled out all the stops, performing hit after hit."[9]

Jim Farber from the New York Daily News wrote that Rihanna gave a "dense and ambitious show" at the Prudential Center and that the show "sparkled any way you looked at it."[10] Christopher Spata from The Tampa Tribune gave a positive review for her performance at the Forum, writing that she was "captivating" and "happy to be back on stage."[11] Jeff Rosenthal from Rolling Stone commented on her performance in Brooklyn writing: "It could be very easy to dislike Rihanna and all she does – so many people unfollow one another on Twitter just because they're not being followed back – but who cares, her show is good. Her show is good because her songs are good, and her songs are good because her taste is good."[12]

Commercial responseEdit

After the tour was announced, it created mass success at the box office and many venues sold out within minutes. Due to high ticket demands in North America, additional dates were added in New York City, Toronto, and Montreal as a result.[13] Also in Europe, ticket experts predicted stadium dates to sell fast in the UK.[14]

During the performance in Morocco, Rihanna performed in front 150,000 people, her biggest audience to date.[15] She made history by becoming the youngest artist to perform at the Stade de France in Paris, beating out Lady Gaga who previously held the record.[16] She also made history becoming the youngest artist to sell out the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff.[17]

Out of the 96 shows, all were sold-out except three.

Concert synopsisEdit

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Rihanna performing during the tour.

The show was divided into six sections. It began with a minimal version of "Mother Mary" with Rihanna in a black cloak kneeling in the front of the stage in a prayer-like pose. She then disappears from the stage and returns to perform a energized performance of "Phresh Out the Runway." The next song performed was the remix of "Birthday Cake", which shows Rihanna grabbing her crotch, before flowing into a solo version of "Talk That Talk." Rihanna then performs a slightly extended version of "Pour It Up", before moving into "Cockiness (Love It)" and then closing the first section with "Numb." The second section then begins with a minimal version of "You Da One" which Rihanna appears in an outfit by Raf Simons. She then performs "Man Down" while the backdrops feature mug shots of herself. "No Love Allowed" and "Rude Boy" are performed next, while Rihanna leaves the stage early for a costume change during a solo version of "What's My Name". Rihanna then dons a multi-colored bustier and hot leather pants by Adam Selman for the third section which opens with "Jump", utilizing pyrotechnics. She then performs "Umbrella", "All of the Lights", "Rockstar 101", and finished the section with more fire and crowd involvement with “What Now”.

The fourth section opens with "Loveeeeeee Song" featuring Rihanna in another custom look by Adam Selman. A mash-up of "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)", "Take a Bow", and "Cold Case Love" is performed next. The ballad section closes with "Hate That I Love You" with Rihanna descending beneath the stage for a costume change. She returns during the fifth section in a dollar-bill themed halter dress for "We Found Love". Another mash-up of "S&M", "Only Girl (In the World)", and "Don't Stop the Music" is performed next. The section ends with "Where Have You Been" featuring choreography from the music video. The sixth and final act shows Rihanna in a silver body-suit singing a strong performance of "Stay" and then closing the show with "Diamonds".

Sources:[18][19]

Opening actsEdit

  • A$AP Rocky
  • GTA
  • David Guetta
  • 2 Chainz
  • Haim

SetlistEdit

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Rihanna performing "Phresh Out the Runway" in Buffalo, New York

  1. "Mother Mary"
  2. "Phresh Out the Runway" (contains elements of "Jump")
  3. "Birthday Cake"
  4. "Talk That Talk"
  5. "Pour It Up"
  6. "Cockiness (Love It)"
  7. "Numb"
  8. "You Da One"
  9. "Man Down"
  10. "No Love Allowed" (contains elements of "Welcome to Jamrock")
  11. "Rude Boy"
  12. "What's My Name"
  13. "Jump"
  14. "Umbrella"
  15. "All of the Lights"
  16. "Rockstar 101"
  17. "What Now" (contains elements of "Won't Get Fooled Again")
  18. "Loveeeeeee Song"
  19. "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)" / "Take a Bow" / "Cold Case Love" (contains elements of "Teardrop")
  20. "Hate That I Love You" (contains elements of "Get It Over With")
  21. "We Found Love"
  22. "S&M" / "Only Girl (In the World)" / "Don't Stop the Music"
  23. "Where Have You Been"
  24. "Stay"
  25. "Diamonds"

This setlist is representative of the show in Los Angeles.[20]

Additional Notes
  • During the first performance in Toronto, "You Da One" was added into the setlist permanently.
  • During the performance in Istanbul, "Mother Mary" and "Cockiness (Love It)" were not performed.
  • During the performance in Cardiff and the first performance in London, "Mother Mary" was not performed.
  • During the performance in Israel, "Mother Mary" "Cockiness (Love It)" , "Hate That I Love You" , "No Love Allowed" "Loveeeeee Song" , "Love The Way You Lie / Cold Case Love / Take A Bow" was not performed.

Tour datesEdit

Date City Country Venue
North America
March 8, 2013 Buffalo United States First Niagara Center
March 14, 2013 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
March 15, 2013 Hartford XL Center
March 17, 2013 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
March 18, 2013 Toronto Air Canada Centre
March 19, 2013
March 21, 2013 Detroit United States Joe Louis Arena
March 22, 2013 Chicago United Center
March 24, 2013 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center
March 25, 2013 Winnipeg Canada MTS Centre
March 27, 2013 Edmonton Rexall Place
March 30, 2013 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome
April 1, 2013 Vancouver Rogers Arena
April 3, 2013 Seattle United States KeyArena
April 6, 2013 San Jose HP Pavilion
April 8, 2013 Los Angeles Staples Center
April 9, 2013 Anaheim Honda Center
April 11, 2013 San Diego Valley View Casino Center
April 12, 2013 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay
April 19, 2013 Tampa Tampa Bay Times Forum
April 20, 2013 Fort Lauderdale BankAtlantic Center
April 22, 2013 Atlanta Philips Arena
April 24, 2013 Baltimore 1st Mariner Arena
April 26, 2013 Atlantic City Revel Resort
April 28, 2013 Newark Prudential Center
April 29, 2013 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center
May 1, 2013 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
May 2, 2013 Ottawa Scotiabank Place
May 5, 2013 New York City United States Barclays Center
May 6, 2013 Boston TD Garden
May 7, 2013 New York City Barclays Center
Africa
May 24, 2013 Rabat Morocco OLM Souissi
Europe
May 26, 2013 Bilbao Spain Bilbao Exhibition Centre
May 28, 2013 Lisbon Portugal MEO Arena
May 30, 2013 Istanbul Turkey İnönü Stadium
June 1, 2013 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
June 2, 2013 Montpellier France Montpellier Arena
June 3, 2013 Lyon Halle Tony Garnier
June 5, 2013 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
June 6, 2013
June 8, 2013 Paris France Stade de France
June 10, 2013 Cardiff Wales Millennium Stadium
June 12, 2013 Manchester England Manchester Arena
June 13, 2013
June 15, 2013 London Twickenham Stadium
June 16, 2013
June 17, 2013 Birmingham LG Arena
June 20, 2013 Sunderland Stadium of Light
June 21, 2013 Dublin Ireland Aviva Stadium
June 23, 2013 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
June 24, 2013
June 26, 2013 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena
June 27, 2013
June 29, 2013 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
June 30, 2013
July 2, 2013 Berlin Germany O2 World
July 3, 2013 Hannover TUI Arena
July 5, 2013 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival
July 7, 2013 Gdynia Poland Babie Doły Airport
July 9, 2013 Vienna Austria Stadthalle
July 10, 2013 Monte Carlo Monaco Monte Carlo Sporting Club & Casino
July 11, 2013
July 13, 2013 Perth and Kinross Scotland Balado Park
July 15, 2013 Manchester England Manchester Arena
July 16, 2013
July 18, 2013 Birmingham LG Arena
July 20, 2013 Lille France Grand Stade Lille Métropole
July 22, 2013 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
July 25, 2013 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena
July 26, 2013 Bergen Koengen
July 28, 2013 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Arena
Asia
September 13, 2013 Cotai Macau CotaiArena
September 14, 2013
September 19, 2013 Manila Philippines MOA Arena
September 22, 2013 Singapore Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit
Oceania
September 24, 2013 Perth Australia Perth Arena
September 26, 2013 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
September 28, 2013 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
September 30, 2013 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
October 1, 2013
October 3, 2013 Sydney Allphones Arena
October 4, 2013
October 6, 2013 Auckland New Zealand Vector Arena
October 7, 2013
October 8, 2013
Africa
October 13, 2013 Johannesburg South Africa FNB Stadium
October 16, 2013 Cape Town Cape Town Stadium
Asia
October 19, 2013 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates du Arena
October 22, 2013 Tel Aviv Israel Yarkon Park
North America
October 26, 2013 Punta Cana Dominican Republic Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
October 29, 2013 San Juan Puerto Rico Hiram Bithorn Stadium
November 9, 2013 Denver United States Pepsi Center
November 11, 2013 Dallas American Airlines Center
November 12, 2013 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena
November 14, 2013 Houston Toyota Center
November 15, 2013 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
Cancellations and rescheduled shows
March 10, 2013 Boston, Massachusetts TD Barden Rescheduled to May 6, 2013 due to laryngitis.[21]
March 12, 2013 Baltimore, Maryland 1st Mariner Arena Rescheduled to April 24, 2013 due to laryngitis.[22]
April 15, 2013 Houston, Texas Toyota Center Rescheduled to November 14, 2013.[23]
April 16, 2013 Dallas, Texas American Airlines Center Rescheduled to November 11, 2013.[24]
May 4, 2013 New York, New York Barclays Center Rescheduled to May 7, 2013.[25]
July 20, 2013 Helsinki, Finland Hartwall Arena Rescheduled to July 28, 2013.[26]
November 1, 2013 Bridgetown, Barbados Kensington Oval Postponed due to technical difficulties.[27]

Box office score dataEdit

Venue City Tickets Sold / Available Gross Revenue
First Niagara Center Buffalo 15,614 / 15,614 (100%) $1,117,147
Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia 15,095 / 15,095 (100%) $1,080,298
XL Center Hartford 10,985 / 10,985 (100%) $842,941
Bell Centre Montreal 16,054 / 16,054 (100%) $1,278,497
Air Canada Centre Toronto 32,038 / 32,038 (100%) $2,498,532
Joe Louis Arena Detroit 15,349 / 15,349 (100%) $937,674
United Center Chicago 15,902 / 15,902 (100%) $1,234,380
Xcel Energy Center St. Paul 10,929 / 10,929 (100%) $780,143
MTS Centre Winnipeg 10,649 / 10,649 (100%) $880,893
Rexall Place Edmonton 13,133 / 13,133 (100%) $1,008,532
Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary 13,495 / 13,495 (100%) $1,012,286
Rogers Arena Vancouver 14,879 / 14,879 (100%) $1,153,688
KeyArena Seattle 10,906 / 10,906 (100%) $782,027
HP Pavilion San Jose 14,027 / 14,027 (100%) $1,047,778
Staples Center Los Angeles 14,882 / 14,882 (100%) $1,297,755
Honda Center Anaheim 11,050 / 11,050 (100%) $950,442
Valley View Casino Center San Diego 11,831 / 11,831 (100%) $899,782
Mandalay Bay Las Vegas 8,861 / 8,861 (100%) $1,047,685
Tampa Bay Times Forum Tampa 11,705 / 11,705 (100%) $901,024
BankAtlantic Center Fort Launderdale 13,959 / 13,959 (100%) $1,042,363
Phillips Arena Atlanta 13,233 / 13,233 (100%) $924,581
1st Mariner Arena Baltimore 11,002 / 11,002 (100%) $788,340
Revel Resort Atlantic City 4,391 / 4,391 (100%) $515,641
Prudential Center Newark 13,999 / 13,999 (100%) $1,215,879
Verizon Center Washington D.C. 14,339 / 14,339 (100%) $1,185,020
Bell Centre Montreal 14,028 / 14,028 (100%) $1,190,028
Scotiabank Place Ottawa 11,990 / 11,990 (100%) $852,724
Barclays Center New York City 29,072 / 29,072 (100%) $2,465,993
TD Garden Boston 14,083 / 14,083 (100%) $1,061,548
Bilbao Exhibition Centre Bilbao 13,770 / 13,770 (100%) $995,676
MEO Arena Lisbon 18,006 / 18,006 (100%) $1,151,120
İnönü Stadium Istanbul 33,483 / 33,483 (100%) $3,547,707
Palau Sant Jordi Barcelona 17,761 / 17,761 (100%) $1,339,319
Montpellier Arena Montpellier 12,627 / 12,627 (100%) $915,172
Halle Tony Garnier Lyon 15,339 / 15,339 (100%) $994,578
Sportpaleis Antwerp 39,436 / 39,436 (100%) $2,881,499
Stade de France Paris 75,841 / 75,841 (100%) $6,488,029
Millennium Stadium Cardiff 60,307 / 60,307 (100%) $4,647,267
Manchester Arena Manchester 55,687 / 55,687 (100%) $4,677,878
Twickenham Stadium London 95,971 / 95,971 (100%) $8,656,858
LG Arena Birmingham 28,160 / 28,160 (100%) $2,446,331
Stadium of Light Sunderland 54,259 / 54,259 (100%) $4,413,716
Aviva Stadium Dublin 48,482 / 48,482 (100%) $4,956,284
Ziggo Dome Amsterdam 33,369 / 33,369 (100%) $2,354,542
Lanxess Arena Cologne 31,507 / 31,507 (100%) $2,560,136
Hallenstadion Zurich 27,122 / 27,122 (100%) $2,380,749
O2 World Berlin 13,649 / 13,649 (100%) $1,079,422
TUI Arena Hannover 10,888 / 10,888 (100%) $917,312
Stadthalle Vienna 15,990 / 15,990 (100%) $1,306,615
Ericsson Globe Stockholm 13,929 / 13,929 (100%) $1,226,039
Telenor Arena Oslo 17,832 / 17,832 (100%) $2,250,403
Koengen Bergen 20,125 / 20,125 (100%) $2,516,799
Hartwall Arena Helsinki 12,111 / 12,111 (100%) $1,198,861
CotaiArena Cotai 24,872 / 24,872 (100%) $2,909,479
MOA Arena Manila 8,118 / 9,743 (83%) $810,543
Perth Arena Perth 13,222 / 13,222 (100%) $1,535,953
Adelaide Entertainment Centre Adelaide 9,281 / 9,281 (100%) $1,037,041
Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane 12,116 / 12,116 (100%) $1,341,098
Rod Laver Arena Melbourne 24,017 / 24,017 (100%) $2,749,982
Allphones Arena Sydney 30,361 / 30,361 (100%) $3,449,021
Vector Arena Auckland 33,565 / 33,565 (100%) $3,377,624
FNB Stadium Johannesburg 67,291 / 67,291 (100%) $3,732,307
Cape Town Stadium Cape Town 39,616 / 39,616 (100%) $1,872,570
du Arena Abu Dhabi 23,757 / 24,470 (97%) $3,717,513
Yarkon Park Tel Aviv 50,554 / 50,554 (100%) $6,121,631
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Punta Cana 13,974 / 17,326 (81%) $1,695,810
Hiram Bithorn Stadium Puerto Rico 16,074 / 16,074 (100%) $1,569,910
Pepsi Center Denver 10,180 / 10,180 (100%) $710,749
American Airlines Center Dallas 11,182 / 11,182 (100%) $765,281
Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City 6,556 / 6,556 (100%) $501,475
Toyota Center Houston 12,610 / 12,610 (100%) $1,013,001
New Orleans Arena New Orleans 10,974 / 10,974 (100%) $865,010
TOTAL 1,627,935 / 1,633,625 (99.6%) $140,118,252

PersonnelEdit

MainEdit

  • Management - RocNation
  • Tour Manager - Jason Milner
  • Assistant Tour Manager - Jason Geisinger
  • Production Coordinator - Tracy Metz
  • Production Manager - Joe Sanchez
  • Videographer - Evan Rodgers
  • Personal Assistant - Jennifer Rosales
  • Stage Manager - Roger Cabot
  • Creative Direction - Willow Perron
  • Design Director - Adam Selman
  • Design Team - Marley Glassrot, Greg Kozatek, Laren Leblanc, Briana Magnifico, and Zev Schwartz
  • Stylists - Mel Ottenburg and Yusef Williams
  • Director of Choreography - HIHAT
  • Musical Director - Omar Edwards
  • Tour Promoter - Live Nation Global Touring
  • Dancers - Latrina Bolger, Christina Chandler, Sisley Loubet, Michele Martinez, Shauna Mitchell, Khadija Nicholas, Martha Nichols, and Shannon Smith

BandEdit

  • Rihanna - Lead vocals
  • Nuno Bettencourt - Guitar
  • Christopher Johnson - Drums
  • Nicole Kehl - Backing vocals
  • Pete Kuzma - Keyboards
  • Ashley Simpson - Backing vocals
  • Eric Smith - Bass

Credits and personnel adapted from official tour book.

ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/the-juice/475226/rihanna-announces-diamonds-world-tour
  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goqWsTJ5ljs
  3. http://www.contactmusic.com/press/rihanna-diamonds-world-tour-announces-uk-2013-tour-dates
  4. http://www.digitalspy.com/music/news/a463495/rihanna-previews-diamonds-world-tour-staging-video.html
  5. http://articles.philly.com/2013-03-15/news/37747512_1_robyn-rihanna-fenty-diamonds-world-tour-chris-brown
  6. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/music/rihanna-rocks-without-apology-at-toronto-concert/article9939953/?cmpid=rss1
  7. http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/posts/la-et-ms-rihanna-20130410,0,3498809.story
  8. http://www.calgaryherald.com/entertainment/music/Rihanna+still+princess+despite+sideshow+attraction/8175340/story.html
  9. http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/music/midnight-sun-blog/bal-in-baltimore-rihanna-brings-hit-after-hit-to-1st-mariner-arena-20130425,0,7385832.story
  10. http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/concert-review-rihanna-rocks-prudential-center-article-1.1329955
  11. http://tbo.com/arts_music/rihanna-gets--city-diamonds-tour-back-on-track-at-forum-b82477356z1
  12. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/rihanna-in-brooklyn-versatile-and-withering-20130506
  13. http://www.theaircanadacentre.com/news.asp?story_id=601#sthash.JUBNKIbE.dpbs
  14. http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/news/a438420/rihannas-uk-stadium-tour-expected-to-sell-out-quickly.html
  15. http://www.clashmusic.com/reviews/rihanna-live-at-mawazine-music-festival-rabat
  16. http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news/117353/Move-Over-Lady-Gaga-Rihanna-Makes-History-In-Paris-With-Diamonds-World-Tour
  17. http://www.kissfmuk.com/2013/06/11/rihanna-continues-to-make-history/
  18. http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2013/apr/14/photos-rihanna-sparkles-diamonds-tour-stop-ap-rock/#axzz2WU22F0xb
  19. http://hausofrihanna.com/rihanna-diamonds-world-tour-costumes/
  20. http://www.neontommy.com/news/2013/04/good-great-ratchet-rihannas-diamonds-world-tour-4813
  21. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2292384/Rihanna-postpones-Baltimore-stop-Diamonds-World-Tour-cancelling-Boston-laryngitis.html
  22. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2292384/Rihanna-postpones-Baltimore-stop-Diamonds-World-Tour-cancelling-Boston-laryngitis.html
  23. http://www.rihannanow.com/news-article/diamonds-world-tour-dallas-and-houston-tx-shows-rescheduled/
  24. http://www.rihannanow.com/news-article/diamonds-world-tour-dallas-and-houston-tx-shows-rescheduled/
  25. http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/basketball/nets/nets-force-rihanna-schedule-change-article-1.1333977
  26. http://rihannanow.com/uk/news-article/diamonds-world-tour-helsinki-date-change/
  27. http://www.travelandtourworld.com/news/article/rihanna-november-1st-kensington-oval-bridgetown-barbados-concert-postponed/

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