June 14 – Nashinomiya Stadium, Osaka Japan
June 15 – Nashinomiya Stadium, Osaka Japan
June 20 – Korakeum Stadium, Tokyo Japan
June 21 – Korakeum Stadium, Tokyo Japan
June 22 – Korakeum Stadium, Tokyo Japan
June 27 – Orange Bowl, Miami United States
July 02 – RFK Stadium, Washington DC United States
July 04 – CNE Stadium, Toronto Canada
July 06 – The Forum, Montreal Canada
July 07 – The Forum, Montreal Canada
July 09 – Foxboro Stadium, Foxboro Massachusetts, United States
July 11 – Vetran’s Stadium, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, United States
July 13 – Madison Square Garden, New York United States
July 15 – Seattle Stadium, Seattle Washington, United States
July – Mountain View, California
July 26 – Texas Stadium, Dallas United States
July 30 – Civic Center, St. Paul United States
July 31 – Soldier Field Stadium, Chicago United States
August 02 – Alpine Valley Theater, Milwaukee United State
August 05 – Richfield Coliseum, Richfield United States
August 07 – Silverdome Stadium, Detroit United States
August 09 – Giant’s Stadium, East Rutherford United States
August 15 – Roundhay Park, Leeds England
August 18 – Wembley Stadium, London England
August 19 – Wembley Stadium, London England
August 20 – Wembley Stadium, London England
August 22 – Waldstadion, Frankfurt Germany
August 25 – Feyenoord Stadium, Rotterdam Holland
August 26 – Feyenoord Stadium, Rotterdam Holland
August 29 – Parc De Sceaux, Paris France
August 31 – Stade De L’Ouest, Nice France
September 04 – Stadio Comunale, Torino Italy
September 06 – Stadio Comunale, Florence Italy

  • The Who’s That Girl Tour was Madonna’s very first world tour
  • The Who’s That Girl Tour was professionally filmed for video release and broadcast in Italy and Japan
  • In Japan the show was released on VHS and laserdisc (still no official DVD release). Elsewhere Ciao Italia (filmed in Turin Italy) was the official VHS and laserdisc release, later released on DVD too. Unfortunately the tour has yet to be released on blu-ray
  • The show in Turin aired live on Dutch television, this version is different from the one released on video. Different camera angles (and no footage used from the Japan recording) included commentary by Jan Douwe Kroeske
  • Dutch director Egbert van Hees was in charge of this particular recording
  • Her first show in Miami aired live on MTV (the first few songs) with a backstage special prior to the show, while Sean Penn (Madonna’s husband at the time) was spending time in jail
  • The first few songs of the show in Rotterdam were professionally filmed for various TV specials such as Countdown
  • Madonna was reunited with some of her Italian family members while in the country to perform
  • For more facts visit Wikipedia