Clay Aiken – 8 Years – 9 Tours

Eight years – Nine Tours

Clay Aiken has been busy!!

Or

Eight Years – Eleven Tours

Clay Aiken has been VERY busy!!

(I really need to Proofread!!) 

AMERICAN IDOL TOUR, SUMMER 2003

 INDEPENDENT TOUR, SPRING 2004

NOT-A-TOUR, SUMMER 2004

JOYFUL NOISE TOUR, WINTER 2004

JUKEBOX TOUR, SUMMER 2005

JOYFUL NOISE TOUR, WINTER 2005

JOYFUL NOT-A-TOUR, WINTER 2006

SOFT ROCK AND A HARD PLACE TOUR, SUMMER 2007

CHRISTMAS IN THE HEARTLAND TOUR, WINTER 2007

TIMELESS TOUR, SUMMER 2010

TRIED & TRUE TOUR, WINTER, 2011

OK Clay! It’s September! Summer vacation is over and it’s time to come back to us! We miss you! ~LCV

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Comments

  1. Ah the great tours! Even when the tours didn't stop in my area there was always great clack.. Clay is so fun in concert.

    Yes, it's time for Clay to come back, can't wait to see what's next! 🙂

  2. I only missed one tour…Joyful Noise 2004. It was not my choice…I had my ticket to go to Detroit, but where I worked at the time, they said I could not take a day off, as it was close to Christmas. I think it was Dec. 23. I don't think I have ever been that upset, disappointed. But the good thing is, is that I saw every other tour. Some a couple of times. I have enjoyed every tour. Clay always changes it up, and it keeps it fresh and exciting. Give me 2 hours with Clay…and I'm happy. lol There really is nothing like seeing Clay "Live". He owns the stage and is such an entertainer. Can't wait for what is next. I'll be there.

  3. I've been able to attend at least once concert per tour starting at Joyful not a Tour 2006. Clay Aiken is amazing in concert. You can actually attend multiple shows and each show is different. Can't wait for #10 (starting to save now, because I have a feeling it will mean another trip!!)

  4. The day the AI 2 tour came to town, I was on vacation and missed it. The only other one I missed was the first Joyful Noise tour. It wasn't close enough to get to at Christmas time. Loved all the other tours including Raleigh to watch the taping of the PBS special. I enjoy watching all the clack and reliving Clay in concert. No one can beat him on stage with that voice and his banter with the audience.

  5. I counted 11 tours. Are some of these not "official" Clay Aiken tours? Otherwise, he/we have miscounted. Didn't come on board til 2006, but have thoroughly enjoyed seeing Clay's tours, live and via clack!

    • I can't believe I made that mistake!! Thank you for letting me know!!

      Odd isn't iy how our minds work sometimes!!

      • Don't feel bad about it. I've heard and read recent interviews where even Clay said that he's done 8 tours, and T&T is his 9th tour. I was convinced it was 9 too, until you documented all the tours with pictures from each – thanks to you, we now know it's 11!

  6. All Clay's tours were wonderful and exciting. The ones I enjoyed the most were: JNAT 2006, SR&HP 2007, TT 2010, and TNT 2011, mainly because I was able to watch them while they were actually happening.

    Clay is such a fantastic singer and entertainer – so funny and charismatic. Hopefully he will delight us again in the near future, with whatever mode of entertainment suits him at the time. Love the photos.

  7. I have been to 7 concerts. There is nothing like Clay in Concert. I always end up in the Aiken Fog..and can't remember anything. Lol! No, I really do remember….and I loved every one of them. Yes, Clay, we are waiting!

  8. I was able to go to most of the tours except the Joyful Noise tours. They didn’t come close to where I live and I couldn’t get time off or the money to fly to any of the stops. Enjoyed the Christmas play 2005, though. Loved the Jukebox tour. He needs to do another one.

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