01. “Say My Name”
02. “Independent Women Part I”
03. “No, No, No Part 2”
04. “Bug A Boo”
05. “Bills, Bills, Bills”
06. “Bootylicious”
07. “Jumpin’ Jumpin'”
08. “Soldier”
09. (Kelly’s Solo) “Dilemma”
10. (Michelle’s Solo) “Do You Know”
11. (Beyoncé’s Solo) “Baby Boy”, “Naughty Girl”
12. “Cater 2 U”
13. “Girl”
14. “Free”
15. “If”
16. “Through With Love”
17. (Kelly’s Solo) “Bad Habit”
18. (Beyonce Solo) “Dangerously In Love”, “Crazy in Love”
19. “Salsa Dance Break (contains elements of “Get Right”, “Goodies”, “1 Thing” and “Crazy in Love”)
20. “Survivor”
21. “Lose My Breath”


  • Destiny Fulfilled … And Lovin’ It Tour was a massive worldwide 2005 concert tour by the reunited American female R&B trio Destiny’s Child, that visited 16 countries throughout Australia, Japan, Middle East, Europe, and North America with 67 dates in total.
  • The U.S. leg of the tour grossed approximately $70.8 million dollars according to Billboard magazine and was the highest-grossing tour for either a pop or R&B band since TLC’s FanMail Tour.
  • Supporting acts on the North American leg of the tour included the likes of Keshia Chanté, Chris Brown, Amerie, Mario, Teairra Mari, and Tyra Bolling.
  • During the last stop of their European tour in Barcelona on June 11, 2005, Kelly Rowland suddenly announced “This is the last time you would see us on stage as Destiny’s Child” meaning that the group was going to go their separate ways following the tour.

    We have been working together as Destiny’s Child since we were 9, and touring together since we were 14. After a lot of discussion and some deep soul searching, we realized that our current tour has given us the opportunity to leave Destiny’s Child on a high note, united in our friendship and filled with an overwhelming gratitude for our music, our fans, and each other. After all these wonderful years working together, we realized that now is the time to pursue our personal goals and solo efforts in earnest. … No matter what happens, we will always love each other as friends and sisters and will always support each other as artists. We want to thank all of our fans for their incredible love and support and hope to see you all again as we continue fulfilling our destinies.

    The announcement was surprising not least because the trio had downplayed rumors of a split in the wake of Knowles’ success with Dangerously in Love, although prior plans had called for the members to focus on solo projects at the end of the tour.

  • A performance from the tour was filmed in Atlanta at Philips Arena on July 15, 2005, and the resulting DVD Destiny’s Child Live in Atlanta was released on March 28, 2006. RIAA subsequently certified the DVD as Platinum.


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    Date City Country Venue
    April 9, 2005 Hiroshima Japan Hiroshima Sun Plaza
    April 11, 2005 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall
    April 12, 2005 Nagoya Nagoya Rainbow Hall
    April 14, 2005 Tokyo Budokan
    April 15, 2005
    April 16, 2005 Yokohama Yokohama Arena
    April 27, 2005 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
    April 28, 2005 Sydney Sydney Superdome
    April 29, 2005 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
    April 30, 2005 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
    Middle East
    May 12, 2005 Dubai U.A.E. Dubai Media City
    May 14, 2005 Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat France Private Party
    May 15, 2005 Oslo Norway Oslo Spectrum
    May 17, 2005 Stockholm Sweden Globen
    May 19, 2005 Hamburg Germany Colorline Arena
    May 21, 2005 Stuttgart Schleyerhalle
    May 22, 2005 Hasselt Belgium Ethias Arena
    May 23, 2005 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy’ Rotterdam
    May 24, 2005
    May 26, 2005 Milan Italy Filaforum
    May 27, 2006 Geneva Switzerland SEG Geneva Arena
    May 28, 2005 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
    May 30, 2005 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle
    May 31, 2005 Cologne Cologne Arena
    June 2, 2005 London England Earls Court Exhibition Centre
    June 3, 2005
    June 5, 2005 Birmingham National Indoor Arena
    June 6, 2005 Manchester MEN Arena
    June 7, 2005 Sheffield Hallam FM Arena
    June 9, 2005 Dublin Ireland Lansdowne Road
    June 11, 2005 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
    North America
    July 2, 2005 New Orleans United States Louisiana Superdome
    July 9, 2005 St. Louis Savvis Center
    July 10, 2005 Memphis FedExForum
    July 12, 2005 Nashville Gaylord Entertainment Center
    July 15, 2005 Atlanta Philips Arena
    July 16, 2005 Tampa St. Pete Times Forum
    July 20, 2005 Pittsburgh Mellon Arena
    July 22, 2005 Charlotte Verizon Amphitheatre
    July 23, 2005 Virginia Beach Verizon Amphitheatre
    July 24, 2005 Raleigh Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek
    July 28, 2005 Albany Pepsi Arena
    July 29, 2005 New York City Madison Square Garden
    July 30, 2005 Uniondale Nassau Coliseum
    July 31, 2005 Washington, D.C. MCI Center
    August 3, 2005 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
    August 5, 2005 Philadelphia Wachovia Center
    August 6, 2005 Boston TD Banknorth Garden
    August 7, 2005 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium
    August 9, 2005 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
    August 10, 2005 Toronto Air Canada Centre
    August 12, 2005 Cleveland Gund Arena
    August 13, 2005 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena
    August 14, 2005 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
    August 15, 2005 Chicago Charter One Pavilion
    August 19, 2005 San Antonio SBC Center
    August 20, 2005 Houston Toyota Center
    August 21, 2005 Dallas American Airlines Center
    August 23, 2005 Denver Pepsi Center
    August 26, 2005 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center
    August 27, 2005 Phoenix America West Arena
    August 28, 2005 Albuquerque Journal Pavilion
    September 1, 2005 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond
    September 2, 2005 Los Angeles Staples Center
    September 3, 2005 Oakland Oakland Arena
    September 4, 2005 Reno Reno Events Center
    September 7, 2005 Spokane Spokane Arena
    September 9, 2005 Seattle KeyArena
    September 10, 2005 Vancouver Canada GM Place

    – There were no additional notes for this tour.