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Canadian recording artist Avril Lavigne has completed four concert tours beginning with the "Try to Shut Me Up" Tour in 2002–03. This was followed by the 13-month "Bonez" Tour in 2004–05 and the "Best Damn Tour" in 2008. Her most recent tour, the "Black Star" Tour, was completed in February 2012. The following is a chronological list of her concert tours. For Lavigne's promotional tours, see List of Avril Lavigne promotional tours.

The Try to Shut Me Up Tour was the debut concert tour by Canadian recording artist Avril Lavigne. Beginning in December 2002, the tour supported the singer's debut studio album, Let Go. The trek played 70 dates in North America, Asia, Europe and Australia. The concert was chronicled on the video set My World. Filmed at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York, the DVD features the full-length concert, music videos, a behind the scenes featurette and a live CD.

The Bonez Tour is the second concert tour by Canadian recording artist, Avril Lavigne. In support of her second studio album Under My Skin, the tour began in the fall of 2004. Playing over one hundred shows in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Africa. The performances in 2004 ranked 97th on Pollstar's "Top Tours of 2004", earning over $5 million.[22] The tour was recorded at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan for the DVD set, Live at Budokan: Bonez Tour. The DVD featured the full concert with behind the scenes footage. The video was certified Gold in Japan.

The Black Star Tour was the fourth concert tour by Canadian recording artist, Avril Lavigne. Visiting Asia, the Americas and Europe, promoting the singer's fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby. Before the tour started, Avril said that she wanted that the show could be intimidating and personal, with guitars, piano and voice. She also said that wanted to play in small venues, to have a bigger contact with her fans.

The tour was successful on tickets sales. A week after the Asian dates had been released, it was announced that 13,000 tickets were sold for Osaka, Japan. It also went really well in South America, where more than 55,000 tickets was sold, with price averaging $75-$120. All the tickets that went on sale for the first show in São Paulo were completely sold out on the same day. The concert held in Rio de Janeiro and Caracas had the higher grossings for the South American leg. In China, extra concerts were added for the second Asian leg, in Beijing and Guangzhou where Avril played for 10,000 fans at Guangzhou Gymnasium. On August 24, 2011 Avril ranked #15 position at Billboard boxscore due both shows in São Paulo, which grossed $980,009 combined. The tour has grossed $25 million dollars, with 61 concerts.

The concerts in Japan were scheduled to happen in May 2011. However, because of the earthquake disaster, she decided, out of respect for Japanese families, to reschedule the concerts to February 2012, when she finally played in Japan. On July 26, Avril Lavigne got stuck at Ezeiza Airport in Buenos Aires due to a volcano, almost making her cancel the first concert in São Paulo. She arrived in Brazil just four hours before the concert time, where more than 7,000 fans were waiting at the arena. During this show she thanked her team for solving the situation and made the concert happen.

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