Top 5 Tour Announcements of the Week
This week, Harry Styles steps out on his own, and Janet Jackson finally makes up for her postponed Unbreakable tour dates. Here’s who we’re most excited to see hit the road.
Harry Styles ‘Live On Tour’ Dates
One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles is stepping out on his own. The singer has just announced dates for world tour in support of his upcoming self-titled debut. Catch Styles in theaters and music halls around the country, starting on September 19 in San Francisco at The Masonic, followed by stops in Nashville, Chicago, NYC and Boston. The North American leg comes to a close on October 14 in Phoenix, AZ, at the Comerica Theatre. Click here for tickets.
Janet Jackson ‘State of the World’ Tour
Janet Jackson is finally rescheduling shows from her Unbreakable Tour. The new mother was forced to postpone (and ultimately cancel) the 2015 trek, and has now revealed fresh dates under a new tour name. Catch the r&b icon on the State of the World tour, which starts on September 7 in Lafayette, LA, and runs until December 17 in Atlanta, GA. Click here for tickets.
Halsey ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’ Tour
In support of her upcoming sophomore record of the same name, singer Halsey has announced the North American leg of the “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” world tour. Joining her her on the jaunt–which spans October and November–are PartyNextDoor and Charli XCX. The fun kicks off on September 29 in Connecticut and wraps up on November 22 in Ohio. Click here for tickets.
Chris Rock ‘Total Blackout’ Tour
Legendary comedian Chris Rock has added a new leg of dates to his “Total Blackout” tour, with a fresh chunk of shows slated for the fall. The additional dates begin with a two-night run at the Chicago Theatre on September 7 and 8, followed by stops throughout the Pacific Northwest, Canada, DC, Boston, Los Angeles and NYC. Click here for tickets.
Erykah Badu ‘Badu vs. Everything’ Tour
Erykah Badu is hitting the road again, as the musician has just announced dates for the “Badu vs. Everything” tour. Slated to kick off on May 6 at Funk Fest in Birmingham, AL, catch the R&B staple throughout North America, Europe and Asia, including a handful of festival appearances. The final US stops are marked with a two-night run in Chicago at the Midwives Conference. Click here for tickets.