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Tour Pies Descalzos
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Promotional poster for 2000 tour
Concert tour by Shakira
Location Central America, North America, South America, Europe
Associated album Pies Descalzos
Start date February 27, 1996
End date October 9, 1997
Legs 13
Shows 60
Shakira tour chronology
Tour Pies Descalzos Tour Anfibio

The Tour Pies Descalzos ("Bare Feet Tour") was the debut concert tour by Colombian singer/songwriter Shakira that took place in 1996 and 1997. There's no much information about this tour, but this is the most complete information throughout the internet.

All the shows in Brazil were completely sold out. However, a controversy came out in South America due to "pre-recorded material" and bad organization during the shows in Honduras.

Broadcastings and recordingsEdit

The concert in Ecuador was filmed and broadcast on national television. Videos from the tour can be seen on YouTube.


  1. "Vuelve"
  2. "Quiero"
  3. "Un Poco de Amor"
  4. "Te Espero Sentada"
  5. "Pies Descalzos, Sueños Blancos"
  6. "Pienso En Ti"
  7. "Antología"
  8. "Se Quiere, Se Mata"
  9. "Estoy Aquí"
  10. "Te Necesito"
  1. "¿Dónde Estás Corazón?" (only in select days)
  2. "Magia" (Colombia only)
  3. "Tú Serás la Historia de Mi Vida" (Colombia only)

Tour DatesEdit

Date City Country Venue
South America
February 27, 1996 Medellín Colombia Medellín Stadium
February 29, 1996 Bogotá Estadio El Campín
March 1, 1996 Cali Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero
March 26, 1996 Bogotá Estadio El Campín
April 10, 1996 Manizales Manizales Theater
April 11, 1996 Armenia Quindium Theater
April 12, 1996 Ibagué Ibagué Theatre
April 17, 1996 Medellín Medellín Stadium
April 18, 1996 Cali Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero
July 11, 1996 Quito Ecuador General Coliseum Rumiñahui
July 12, 1996 Guayaquil Coliseo Cubierto
July 13, 1996 Cuenca Coliseo Cubierto
July 23, 1996 Caracas Venezuela Poliedro de Caracas
July 25, 1996 Nueva Esparta Explanada Santiago Mariño
August 1, 1996 Lima Peru Feria del Hogar
August 2, 1996 Lima Centro de Convenciones
August 14, 1996 Tegucigalpa Honduras Coliseo Nacional de Ingenieros
South America
August 15, 1996 Barranquilla Colombia Estadio Romelio Martínez
August 16, 1996 Santa Marta Stadium
August 17, 1996 Cartagena Cartagena Theater
Greater Antilles
August 21, 1996 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Hotel Jaragua Theater
August 23, 1996 San Juan Puerto Rico Roberto Clemente Coliseum
North America
October 5, 1996 San Bernardino California San Manuel Amphitheater
October 6, 1996 Los Angeles California Gibson Amphitheater
South America
October 30, 1996 Lima Peru Estadio Universidad San Marcos
November 14, 1996 Medellín Colombia Medellín Stadium
North America
November 17, 1996 New York City United States Beacon Theatre (New York City)
November 21, 1996 Mexico City Mexico La Boom Disco
November 22, 1996 Mexico City Auditorio Nacional
November 23, 1996 Monterrey Fundidora Auditorium
Central America
November 28, 1996 Heredia Costa Rica Palacio de los Deportes
November 29, 1996 Guatemala City Guatemala Plaza de Toros
November 30, 1996 San Salvador El Salvador San Salvador Stadium
South America
November 30, 1996 Manaus Brazil Amazon Theatre
December 1, 1996 Belém Pará Theater
December 2, 1996 Barretos Estádio Antônio Gomes Martins
December 3, 1996 Goiânia Estádio Antônio Accioly
December 4, 1996 Brasília Nilson Nelson Gymnasium
December 5, 1996 Maringá
December 6, 1996 Minas Gerais Independência Stadium
December 7, 1996 Salvador Espaço de Shows do Othon Plaza
December 8, 1996 Recife Estádio Metropolitano
December 9, 1996 Belo Horizonte City Hall
December 10, 1996 Florianópolis Stadium
February 4, 1997 Madrid Spain Madrid Arena
February 6, 1997 Barcelona Theater
South America
February 28, 1997 Bogotá Colombia Estadio El Campín
March 2, 1997 São Paulo Brazil Sambadrome of Anhembi
March 3, 1997
March 8, 1997
March 12, 1997 Curitiba Guaíra Theater
March 13, 1997
North America
April 11, 1997 Hollywood United States Pantages Theatre
April 12, 1997 Miami James L. Knight Center
April 17, 1997 Chicago Aragon Ballroom
April 18, 1997 Houston Music Hall
Central America
July 31, 1997 Tegucigalpa Honduras Coliseo Nacional de Ingenieros
August 1, 1997 Managua Nicaragua Stadium
August 4, 1997 San Pedro Sula Honduras Stadium
South America
September 11, 1997 Novo Hamburgo Brazil Paschoal Charlemagne Theatre
September 27, 1997 Buenos Aires Argentina Parque de la Costa
September 28, 1997
October 9, 1997 Bogotá Colombia Estadio El Campín

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