Whitney's next performance is tonight at the O2 Arena in London and we know its going to be another great show!
<em>"The pipes were in full working order... (Whitney) was engaged and happy to be on stage...She’s definitely back.” – The Guardian</em>
<em>"You could not help but admire a performer who, in the face of the negative press, stood up tonight to give her all. And Houston gave all she could.” – The Independent</em>
<em>“Still a hugely charismatic performer” – The Times</em>
<em>“The power of the voice is still there after all these years.” – Daily Mirror</em>
Last night Whitney Houston launched the European leg of her World tour with a commanding performance in Birmingham (UK) pleasing both fans and critics alike.
Performing hits such as "I Wanna Dance with Somebody", "I Look to You", "I Will Always Love You" and "Million Dollar Bill", Whitney clearly enjoyed every second of her return to the UK stage as over 11,000 fans cheered her on.
Worldwide superstar Whitney Houston is set to wow crowds across Europe as her eagerly anticipated 'Nothing But Love World Tour' kicks off April 13, in Birmingham UK.
This leg of the world tour showcases a brand new, never seen before, production from the team behind Tina Turner, Alicia Keys and Pink.
Extra tickets for all dates have just been released and fans will need to be quick to get tickets to these must see dates, Houston's first European tour in 11 years.
Whitney has landed in London and is looking forward to starting the UK leg of her world tour next week. She has said: "I'm feeling great, I'm just ready to move on and continue my world tour."
Officially diagnosed by doctors in Paris with an upper respiratory infection, she has responded to reports that she’s in a downward drug spiral. Whitney calls such reports "ridiculous" and says, "At this point, I just don't respond. I don't even read it." Her tour will resume on April 13 in Birmingham, England, and will continue through June. "I'm doing what I love to do, which is singing. The best part is seeing all of my fans around the world."
With great disappointment, Whitney Houston has postponed her first three concerts in the UK due to illness.
The shows affected are her two concerts in Manchester this Thursday and Friday (8 and 9 April) at the Manchester Evening News Arena and her show in Glasgow on Sunday (11 April) at the S.E.C.C.
All three dates have been rescheduled. Glasgow now takes place on Saturday 1 May whilst the Manchester dates will take place at the end of the tour on Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 June.
Choose your date!
London 1: April 24-25
London 2: April 27-28
London is sure to be a rockin’ good time and we want to share the moment of magic with you as you MEET WHITNEY backstage after the show! As part of the Platinum Travel group, you’ll have an exclusive experience with tickets in rows 1 and 2, VIP treatment with deluxe hotel accommodations, parties, transportation to the O2 Arena and more!
All other offers for our European Platinum Travel Experiences have closed. Last chance to sign up for London offers will be Thursday, March 18th or until spaces are available. Don’t wait and miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Come meet Whitney in London and share your love!