Tour: Katharine McPhee performs in Sarasota, Florida

Katharine McPhee performs at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota, FL.

Beginning in the Fall of 2013, Katharine McPhee toured around the country and to put on some very special concerts. She considered these concerts to be a tribute/farewell to Smash as her set lists consisted mostly of favorites from the show.

Kat wrapped up the tour on January 13, 2013 as she performed at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota, FLThe set list for the concert was similar to the two other shows that she put on in Florida. Videos of the latter half of the set are linked below!

Would I Lie To You
Rumour Has It
Heart Shaped Wreckage
Some Boys
Pretender
It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World
Over It
Stay
Use Somebody / Firework
Shake It Out (+ Kat dancing with fans)
Brighter Than the Sun
Everything Must Change
Cut, Print… Moving On
Don’t Forget Me
That’s Life

Encore:
Somewhere Over the Rainbow

We want to know: Did you attend any of the concerts that Kat put on during this tour? Leave a comment below and tell us where!

3 Comments

  1. Great concert by a very talented performer. My wife and I were die-hard Smash fans. Thanks for a great night at VanWezel.
    Did you happen to be at Perico apartments on Sunday taking pictures at the pool?

  2. Add me as another who agrees this was a great concert. I wasn’t even a fan, per se–I was just looking for something to do after sundown and found out about this concert as something that was going on near by. Since she’s pretty good looking, I decided to give it a try. I’m glad I did. I was initially a little worried when I saw so many people twice my age attending, but it was a nice surprise. I’d buy a video of it. It was even a novelty to be so close to the performer. Even the opening act was great, comedian Tim Wilkins. Now if only Katharine covered something like Whitesnake’s “I Need You (Shine A Light)” then it would have been perfect! ;-)

    1. Great to hear from a non-fan. Not really surprising that there are so many older people. It is Florida after all, so im guessing there are tons of retirees.

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