Cheapflights looks back at the legendary singer’s greatest tours.
Feels, So Right Japan Tour
Houston landed in Japan for the Feels So Right Japan Tour in 1990. Touring the country the pop icon wowed Japanese fans playing 14 dates in seven cities. The tour was a complete sell out following her hugely successful first and second albums.
Starting in Yokohama, the star toured Japanese cities including Osaka and Hiroshima.
The Moment of Truth World Tour
This was the second worldwide tour from the award winning singer. Starting in Tampa, Florida in the summer of 1987, she played to over 70,000.
Heading over to London she played at Wembley Arena for nine consecutive nights. She also stopped off in Canada, Belgium, France, Germany, Denmark, Spain Hong Kong and Australia.
The Concert for a New South Africa
This was the name of three concerts Whitney Houston played in South Africa to honor president Nelson Mandela. In a special series of South African concerts, in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg the singer played to over 200,000 people.
Mandela has recently played tribute to the Bodyguard star who also performed at his 70th birthday bash in 1998.
My Love Is Your Love World Tour
Thanks to the multi-platinum hit album My Love is Your Love, Whitney Houston went on a worldwide arena tour in 1999.
The tour was a huge success in Europe as every date was sold out in advance. Due to the high demand the tour had to be extended.