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The Summer Tour is Bridgit Mendler's second tour in support of her debut studio album Hello My Name Is..., which was released on October 22, 2012.

In 2013 the tour visited North America, where it started in Burlington, Iowa and ended in Arlington, Texas. The setlist included all the songs from Hello My Name Is..., except "The Fall Song" and "Love Will Tell Us Where to Go". She also covered two songs in her performances: "Starry Eyed", by Ellie Goulding, and "Animal", by Neon Trees.

In 2014 Mendler announced the second leg of the tour. The leg started in Charlottetown, Canada, on June 28, 2014. Mendler kept the same setlist from their previous album and included two new songs, "Fly To You" and "Deeper Shade Of Us", discarted from her upcoming second studio album. She also changed the covers, including "Magic", by Coldplay, and "Latch", by Disclosure and Sam Smith. In November 2014 Mendler would travel for the first time outside of North America with the tour to perform in South America in three countries, but they were cancelled.

Background Edit

On June 5, 2013, Mendler announced on her website that she would have a summer tour to promote her debut album Hello My Name Is... In the beginning of June, Mendler announced tour dates on her official website kicking off June 16 in Burlington, Iowa On June 7, she released in her Instagram the promotional banner of the tour, created by graphic artist Ashkahn Shahparnia, and revealed some dates. On July 31, Mendler said she spent a year and a half rehearsing with her band before the tour. She introduced her band, formed by Eric Nicolau in guitar and electric guitar, Roberto Cerletti in drums, Neara Russel in piano and backing vocals and Nick Adams in bass. In an interview with Cambio, Mendler commented about the tour saying: "I'm so excited to tour this Summer, I get to go and meet people in different parts of the USA", Mendler also said what people would expect of the tour, "I think it's a great opportunity to me, to get to know the audience better. I feel like my music is pretty new and I haven't had a huge opportunity to tour around because I was working on Good Luck Charlie, so I'm excited to share the music with people and I hope they enjoy it."

Mendler and the band were housed in her own bus that traveled the United States and Canada for concerts. In an interview to Artist Direct, she said that she rehearsed for months for reach the emotions also live. "Actually singing the songs live has been something I've definitely had to adjust to. They're not always easy songs. I'm proud of the arrangement we have now. I'm enjoying it. On August 1, Mendler said in an interview with Cambio she will take her tour to Europe when she finished American cities, but she did not tell the dates or countries.

Promotion Edit

Prior to the beginning of the tour, Mendler released a teaser video on her YouTube channel displaying video content. She conducted several interviews to talk about the tour and promoted it in a mini-concert for the Grammy Academy. In April 30 she released the extended play Live in London, by Universal Music, recorded at a special performance in the United Kingdom. Mendler not held shows in the country, but promoted the American leg. She said that was inspired particularly by Bob Dylan and Gwen Stefani on stage and cited their energy and presence. In interview to The Star Magazine, she also said he was inspired by the way Adele shows emotions on stage and she tried to do the same. "Adele did an amazing show. I really learned a lot about how she makes her performance because she is not a dancer, just a singer and storyteller. Adele made everyone feel as if you were in her living room. She told stories and interacted with the audience".

Gallery Edit

TemperamentalLovebridgit "Give me the highs and lows baby."
To view the Summer Tour gallery, click here.

Setlist Edit

Opening acts Edit

Austin Mahone Edit

  1. "Banga Banga"
  2. "Say You're Just a Friend"
  3. "Say Somethin"
  4. "What About Love"

Alex Aiono Edit

  1. "Love on Fire"
  2. "Alphabet Soup"
  3. "Doesn't Get Better"
  4. "Time of Your Life"

Carter Matthews Edit

  1. "The Best Part Of Me"
  2. "Be With You"
  3. "Again"
  4. "After All"

Shane Harper Edit

  1. "One Step Closer"
  2. "Rocketship"
  3. "Dance With Me"
  4. "Dancin' In The Rain"

R5 Edit

  1. "Loud"
  2. "Cali Girls"
  3. "Can You Feel It"
  4. "I Want You Bad"

Stereo Jane Edit

  1. "Sing It"
  2. "Detroid Girl"
  3. "Plush"
  4. "Love is Electric"

Bridgit Mendler Edit

First leg (2013) Edit

  1. "Hurricane"
  2. "Top of the World"
  3. "Forgot to Laugh"
  4. "City Lights"
  5. "All I See Is Gold"
  6. "5:15"
  7. "Starry Eyed(cover de Ellie Goulding)
  8. "Love Will Tell Us Where To Go"
  9. "Animal" (Neon Trees cover)
  10. "Blonde"
  11. "Rocks At My Window"
  12. "Ready or Not"

Second leg (2014) Edit

  1. Intro
  2. "Hurricane"
  3. "Blonde"
  4. "Fly to You"
  5. "Deeper Shade of Us"
  6. "Ready or Not"
  7. "Magic" (Coldplay cover)
  8. "All I See Is Gold"
  9. "5:15"
  10. "Latch" (Disclosure and Sam Smith cover)
  11. "Love Will Tell Us Where To Go"
  12. "City Lights"
  13. "Top of The World"
  14. "Forgot to Laugh"
  15. "Rocks At My Window"

Tour dates Edit

Date City Country Venue
North America[1]
June 16, 2013 Burlington United States Burlington Steamboat Days
June 26, 2013 Del Mar Del Mar Racetrack
July 22, 2013 Kansas City Uptown Theater
July 23, 2013 Dubuque Dubuque Association
July 24, 2013 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre
August 8, 2013 Santa Rosa Sonoma County Events Center
August 14, 2013 Los Angeles Hollywood Palladium
August 16, 2013 Royal Oak Royal Oak Music Theatre
August 17, 2013 Lima Combined Statistical Area
August 18, 2013 Aurora Riveredge Park
August 20, 2013 Agawam Six Flags New England
August 21, 2013 New York City Best Buy Theater
August 23, 2013 Washington, D.C. Warner Theatre
August 24, 2013 Williamsburg Busch Gardens Amphitheater
August 25, 2013 Westbury Six Flags Great Adventure
August 27, 2013 Albany Palace Theatre
August 28, 2013 Allentown The Great Allentown Fair
August 29, 2013 Glenside Keswick Theatre
August 31, 2013 Salem Oregon Parks and Recreation Department
September 7, 2013 Hutchinson Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center
September 8, 2013 Spencer Barnum & Bailey Circus
September 9, 2013 Salt Lake City National Register of Historic Places
September 21, 2013 Puyallup Camp Harmony
October 13, 2013 Arlington, TexasArlington Six Flags Over Texas

Date City Country Venue
North America
June 28, 2014 Charlottetown Canadá Charlottetown Event Grounds
July 5, 2014 Tampa United States Busch Gardens
July 19, 2014 Hot Springs Timberwood Amphitheater
July 20, 2014 Arlington Music Mill Amphitheatre
July 26, 2014 Wildwood Wildwoods Convention Center
July 27, 2014 Rye Playland
August 2, 2014 Denver Elitch Gardens
August 3, 2014 Jeffersonville Tanger Outlet Center
August 9, 2014 Hamburg The Fairgrounds
August 10, 2014 Jeffersonville Tanger Outlet Centers
August 15, 2014 Pittsburgh
August 16, 2014 Deer Park
August 22, 2014 North Charleston
August 24, 2014 Locust Grove
August 29, 2014 Park City
August 30, 2014 Houston
August 31, 2014 San Marcos
September 30, 2014 Tulsa Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex
October 29, 2014 Huntington The Paramount
October 30, 2014 Albany Palace Theatre
November 1, 2014 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
November 2, 2014 Richmond National Theater
November 3, 2014 Freehold iPlay America

Cancelled dates Edit

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Veniue Reason/Additional information
November 7, 2014 Buenos Aires Argentina Microestadio Malvinas Argentinas Unknown situation in Argentina[2]
November 9, 2014 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena
November 11, 2014 Lima Peru Jockey Club

Personnel Edit

  • Bridgit Mendler
  • Austin Mahone (Opening act, principal dates)
  • Alex Aiono (Opening act, first leg for 3 dates)
  • Carter Matthews (Opening act, first leg only in Burlington)
  • Shane Harper (Opening act, first leg in Oregon Parks and Recreation Department)
  • R5 (Opening act, first leg for 2 dates)
  • Stereo Jane (Opening act)

Notes Edit

  • Bridgit's concert for July 20, 2013 at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, TX was postponed, due to a fatal accident at the theme park hours before the concert. It was rescheduled for October 13, 2013. Tickets from the original date were still good for the rescheduled date.
  • Mendler was the Tanger Outlet Fashion Camp & Tour 2014's lead artist.

References Edit

Tours
Live in ConcertSummer TourNemesis Tour
Hello My Name Is...
October 22, 2012 • 42:09 • Hollywood Records
Songs
Released 5:15All I See Is GoldBlondeCity LightsForgot To LaughHold On For Dear LoveHurricaneLove Will Tell Us Where To GoPostcardQuicksandReady Or NotRocks At My WindowThe Fall SongTop Of The WorldWe're Dancing
Unreleased Talk To Me
Artists
Bridgit Mendler
Tours
Live in ConcertSummer Tour


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