Demi Lovato launched her ‘Tell Me You Love Me Tour‘ in support of her latest album, Tell Me You Love Me, with DJ Khaled and Kehlani lastnight in San Diego at Viejas Arena. The fans sold the show out almost immediately, the show was packed with mental health awareness, an engagement, and an epic setlist.
During her performance, Lovato invited a group of survivors from the recent Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Florida school shooting on stage and asked the sold out crowd there to help provide mental health support to the Parkland community by texting a number to donate $10. Lovato has been a mental health advocate since she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2010 which she is very open with and talks about in her highly recommended “Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated” Documentary.
Demi Lovato kicked off her new tour by inviting a group of survivors of the Florida school shooting on stage, asking fans to help provide mental health support to their community. Only on @CBSThisMorning, @cbsmireya spoke with Lovato about her mission: pic.twitter.com/5mhUeweQuo
— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 27, 2018
Lovato tweeted before the show saying, “I’ve never been more nervous/excited for a tour in my life!” The setlist was full of Lovato’s hits but also blending her new songs which fans absolutely adore including her smash hit “Sorry Not Sorry.” However, the setlist was missing some of Lovato’s big hits though including songs like “Skyscraper,” and “Stone Cold” which are incredible live moments from Lovato’s usual setlist that fans love. From “Cool for the Summer” and “Heart Attack” to “Give Your Heart a Break” and “Sexy Dirty Love,” Lovato’s vocals shining brightly and her fierce high notes throughout the set were beyond impeccable.
Lovato’s attire on this ‘Tell Me You Love Me‘ Tour is absolutely stunning and the tour is seemingly Demi’s best tour yet, so we cannot wait to see the show in Philadelphia on March 23rd, 2018.
Demi Lovato’s ‘Tell Me You Love Me‘ Tour Setlist:
— Demi Lovato Brasil (@demilovatobr) February 27, 2018