All For You Tour
Associated album All for You
Start date July 7, 2001
End date February 16, 2002
No. of shows 69 in North America
4 in Japan
Box office $39,417,873 (in 22 shows, adjusted to 2019 dollars)
“Come On Get Up”
“You Ain’t Right”
“All for You”
“Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
“Trust a Try”
“Come Back to Me” / “Let’s Wait Awhile” / “Again”
“Runaway” / “Miss You Much” / “When I Think of You” / “Escapade”
“Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)”
“Got ’til It’s Gone” / “That’s the Way Love Goes”
“What Have You Done for Me Lately” / “Control” / “Nasty” (contains elements of “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)”)
“Love Scene (Ooh Baby)” (Instrumental Interlude)
“Would You Mind”
“Rhythm Nation” (contains excerpts from “The Knowledge)”
“Doesn’t Really Matter”
“Someone to Call My Lover”
1st leg : North America
July 7, 2001 Portland United States Rose Garden
July 8, 2001 Seattle KeyArena
July 9, 2001 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
July 11, 2001 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome
July 14, 2001 Kansas City United States Kemper Arena
July 15, 2001 St. Louis Scottrade Center
July 17, 2001 Minneapolis Target Center
July 21, 2001 Columbus Nationwide Arena
July 22, 2001 Lexington Rupp Arena
July 24, 2001 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities
July 26, 2001 Chicago United Center
July 27, 2001
July 28, 2001
July 30, 2001 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 31, 2001
August 2, 2001 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
August 3, 2001 Montreal Bell Centre
August 10, 2001 Buffalo United States HSBC Arena
August 11, 2001 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
August 16, 2001 Washington, D.C. MCI Center
August 17, 2001
August 18, 2001
August 20, 2001 New York City Madison Square Garden
August 22, 2001
August 23, 2001
August 25, 2001 Boston FleetCenter
August 26, 2001
September 3, 2001 Cleveland Gund Arena
September 5, 2001 Raleigh Raleigh Entertainment & Sports Arena
September 7, 2001 Nashville Gaylord Entertainment Center
September 8, 2001 Atlanta Philips Arena
September 9, 2001 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
September 16, 2001 New Orleans New Orleans Arena
September 18, 2001 Houston Compaq Center
September 19, 2001 San Antonio Alamodome
September 21, 2001 North Little Rock Alltel Arena
September 22, 2001 Dallas American Airlines Center
September 26, 2001 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
September 27, 2001 Phoenix America West Arena
September 29, 2001 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
September 30, 2001 Sacramento ARCO Arena
October 2, 2001 Los Angeles Staples Center
October 3, 2001
October 5, 2001 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
October 6, 2001
October 8, 2001 San Jose Compaq Center
October 9, 2001 Oakland The Arena in Oakland
October 10, 2001 San Jose Compaq Center
October 12, 2001 Salt Lake City Delta Center
October 13, 2001 Denver Pepsi Center
October 16, 2001 Milwaukee Bradley Center
October 18, 2001 Indianapolis Conseco Fieldhouse
October 20, 2001 Pittsburgh Mellon Arena
October 21, 2001 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
October 23, 2001 Philadelphia First Union Center
October 26, 2001 Tampa Ice Palace
October 28, 2001 Sunrise National Car Rental Center
October 29, 2001
2nd leg : Asia
January 12, 2002 Osaka Japan Osaka Dome
January 13, 2002
January 17, 2002 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
January 18, 2002
3rd leg : North America
January 25, 2002 Louisville United States Freedom Hall
January 26, 2002 Champaign Assembly Hall
January 29, 2002 Hamilton Canada Copps Coliseum
January 30, 2002 Grand Rapids United States Van Andel Arena
February 1, 2002 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
February 2, 2002 Atlantic City Etess Arena
February 5, 2002 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
February 6, 2002 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
February 8, 2002 Wilkes-Barre First Union Arena
February 9, 2002 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
February 16, 2002 Honolulu Aloha Stadium
Musical director: David Barry
Drums: Brian Frasier-Moore
Keyboards: Joel Campbell and Morris Pleasure
Guitar: David Barry
Bass: Ethan Farmer
Background vocals: Julie Delgado, Jenny Douglas-McCrae, Stacey Campbell (select shows)
Shawnette Heard (main choreographer)
Gil Duldulao, Jr. (associate choreographer)
Eddie Morales (associate choreographer)
Kelly Konno (assistant choreographer)
Laurie Sposit (swing dancer)
Marcel Wilson (swing dancer)
Set designed by Mark Fisher, Janet Jackson, Shawnette Heard
Lighting designed by Abby Rosen Holmes
Video Content Designed by Mindpool Live
TV PERFORMANCES AND AWARD SHOWS
May 22, 2000 : Janet & Eddie Murphy are guests on the Oprah Winfrey Show (in Chicago) to promote NP2.
June 3, 2000 : Janet presents an award to Keanu Reeves at the MTV Movie Awards at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City.
July 10, 2000 : Janet is a guest on MTV’s TRL in Times Square.
July 12, 2000 : Janet gives a press conference for NP2.
July 28, 2000 : Janet is a guest on the Today Show with Matt Lauer.
August 1, 2000 : Janet tapes a performance of “Doesn’t Really Matter” in a Los Angeles studio for British Show Top Of The Pops.
August 25, 2000 : In Paris, Janet gives a press conference with NP2’s director Peter Segal and she also gives an interview to NRJ radio.
September 7, 2000 : Janet opens the MTV Video Music Awards ceremony with a performance of “Doesn’t Really Matter” at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
January 8, 2001 : Janet is presented with the Merit Award at the American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angele.
March 10, 2001 : Janet is the first artist to be honored with the MTV Icon Award during a TV Special on MTV. Janet attends the show taping in L.A along with Terry Lewis, Jimmy Jam, Katherine & Joe, Missy Elliot, Britney Spears and many others at Sony Studios in Culver City, California. Several artist pay tribute to Janet with speeches by Stevie Wonder, Aaliya and performaces by Macy Gray, The Destiny’s Child, Usher, Pink, Mya & Nsync. At the end, Jermaine, Jackie, Marlin & Tito go on stage to congratulate Janet and Michael appears via a prepped video. Janet & The Kids perform All For You for the first time.
March 12, 2001 : Janet is a guest on Late Show With David Letterman at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City.
March 13, 2001 : Janet is a guest on the Rosie O’Donnell Show in NYC
MTV Icon honoring Janet Jackson is aired on MTV.
March 15, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” at the Echo Awards in Berlin, Germany.
March 17, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on Wetten Dass in Munich, Germany.
March 19, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on Late Night With Luuk in Stockholm.
March 28, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on French TV show “Graines De Star” in Paris.
March 29, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on Top Of The Pops in London.
March 31, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on CD:UK in London.
April 2, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on French TV show Tapis Rouge in Paris.
April 4, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” on French TV show Hit Machine in Paris.
She gives interview to French shows Fan De, Plus Vite Que La Musique, Exclusif & Celebrities.
She is a guest on “Nulles Part Ailleurs” live on Canal + but does not perform.
April 7, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” at the TMF Awards in Rotterdam.
April 8, 2001 : Janet performs “All For You” at Quelli Il Calcio in Milan, Italy and then she flies back to New York City.
April 10, 2001 : Janet introduces Aretha Franklin during the VH1 Divas Live: The One and Only Aretha Franklin’ held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
April 12, 2001 : Janet is a guest on MTV’s TRL and BET’s 106 & Park in NYC.
April 19, 2001 : In Toronto, Janet is a guest on Much Music TV show.
April 26, 2001 : Janet is a guest on NBC’s “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” live from Burbank, California and Prime Time Live with Diane Sawyer.
July 2, 2001 : Live from Vancouver, Janet is a guest on CNN’s Larry King Live.
August 22, 2001 : Janet is a surprise guest on MTV’s TRL in NYC.
September 6, 2001 : Janet attends the MTV Video Music Awards with Gil. Along with Missy Elliot, she pays tribute to Aaliyah. Michael makes a surprise appearance to dance with N’Sync at the end of their performance. While in NYC Janet visits the Jackson family who is in town for Michael’ concerts at the Madison Square Garden.
December 4, 2001 : Live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Puff Daddy & Missy Elliot present Janet with a special Award of Achievement during the Billboard Awards ceremony.
January 9, 2002 : Janet gives a press conference in Tokyo, Japan and then she accepts an American Music Awards via satellite.
January 16, 2002 : Janet appears at an album signing at an HMV store in Tokyo . While at the signing, Janet is interviewed by the radio station J-Wave 81.3 FM and is presented with an award for having the best selling album of 2001 at HMV stores.
February 11, 2002 : Janet tapes appearances on the Rosie O’Donnell Show and Late Show With David Letterman.
February 12, 2002 : Janet tapes appearances on Good Morning America & The View.
February 16, 2002 : 72nd and last concert of the All For You Tour in Hawaii with a surprise appearance by Missy Elliot during the song “Son Of A Gun”. The concerts airs the day after on HBO.
February 27, 2002 : Janet, along with singer Gloria Estefan and actor Matthew McConaughey, presents the Album of the Year award to the “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” soundtrack during the Grammy Awards Ceremony held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
March 8, 2002 : Jimmy Jam presents Janet with the Entertainer Of The Year Award at the NABOB Awards in Washington DC.
March 24, 2002 : Janet attends the Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Morton’s in West Hollywood, California where she gets to see Diana Ross.
April 14, 2002 : Janet opens the MTV Icon ceremony with a speech in tribute of Aerosmith held at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California.
April 20, 2002 : Janet is presented with the “Wannabe Award” at the Nickoldeon Kids Choice Awards held at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.
May 31, 2002 : Janet is presented with the first ever Essence Awards Reader’s Choice Entertainer of the Year Award at the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles . Later in the evening she also presents producing team Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis with the Excellence in Music Award.
June 20, 2002 : Janet is presented with the Recording Academy’s Governors Award at the annual National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences Luncheon at Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills. Katherine, Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, Randy, Rebbie, Yashi and Jimmy Jam attend the event.
June 25, 2002 : Janet presents the Video Of The Year Award to Puff Daddy at the BET Awards at The Kodak Theater in Hollywood, California. Rebbie and Austin Brown attend the ceremony.
June 28, 2002 : Janet inducts Kathleen Battle into the Hollywood Bowl Hall Of Fame.
July 18, 2002 : Janet presents JD with an award at the Atlanta Heroes Awards Presented by The Atlanta Chapter of the Recording Academy at The Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, GA,