Kesha will embark on her first solo tour in 4 years starting September
The ‘Rainbow Tour’ will touch down in New York, Atlanta, Philly and Toronto.
Following the release of her first album in five years, Rainbow, Kesha is set to grace stages in 21 cities throughout North America with her Rainbow Tour. The trek begins September 26 in Birmingham, AL, and will last over the course of a six week period.
Tickets to the Rainbow Tour will be available for purchase to the public starting August 5th, with presale tickets being accessible to fans and Citibank cardmembers today. Physical copies of Rainbow,which the singer-songwriter has dedicated to fans who have shown an outpouring of support throughout the course of her legal battle with Dr. Luke, will accompany each set of tickets.
“I’m so excited to be able to invite you all to come boogie with me on my new ‘Rainbow Tour’,” said the “Die Young” singer. “I would not have made it to this point without my animals and supporters so now come out and join the celebration with me.”
Fans can expect to not only turn up to classic Kesha hits like “Tik Tok” and “We R Who We R”, but to also experience fresh tunes like “Woman” and “Learn To Let Go” from Rainbow for the first time live. Due August 11th, the album that houses the single, “Praying” will be Kesha’s first album since 2012’s Warrior. The singer’s career had been at a standstill following the battle with the super producer who is also head of the Kemosabe Records – the record label she has been signed to throughout her career.
Right before her Rainbow Tour touches down in cities like New York, Atlanta, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco and Toronto, Kesha will perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival on September 23.
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