The traveling show is plotted to begin a day after the 2011 Valentine's Day with tickets made available for purchase later this month.
Previously supporting Rihanna in her Last Girl Earth tour, Ke$ha has now mapped out her own first North American headlining tour. The RCA Records artist will kick it off in February next year to support "Cannibal", an extended play and companion to her platinum selling debut effort "Animal".
Tickets will go on sale starting November 19, but fans who pre-order "Cannibal" on her official website will get a code to buy tickets for the gig ahead of the public sale. "It's gonna be epic, so get ready to get sleazy," the singer/songwriter said in a video message.
This tour announcement comes hot on the heels of her victory at the recent MTV European Music Awards. She won Best New Act, beating fellow newcomers B.o.B, Jason Derulo, Justin Bieber and Plan B.
"[This is] the first thing I've ever won!" she told MTV back then soon after exiting the stage. "Except for when I was in high school, and I won the award for 'Most likely to be a serial killer,' which I have not fulfilled yet - just wait for my breakdown."
- Feb 15 - Portland, OR at Crystal Ballroom
- Feb 16 - Seattle, WA at The Showbox SODO
- Feb 19 - Denver, CO at Fillmore Auditorium
- Feb 20 - Kansas City, MO at Uptown Theatre
- Feb 22 - St. Louis, MO at The Pageant
- Feb 24 - Chicago, IL at House of Blues
- Feb 26 - Detroit, MI at The Fillmore Detroit
- Apr 05 - Dayton, OH at Wright State University
- Apr 06 - Toronto, ON at Kool Haus
- Apr 12 - Boston, MA at House of Blues
- Apr 13 - New York, NY at Roseland Ballroom
- Apr 16 - Clarion, PA at Clarion University
- Apr 19 - Charlotte, NC at The Fillmore Charlotte
- Apr 20 - Atlanta, GA at The Tabernacle
- Apr 22 - Orlando, FL at House of Blues Orlando
- Apr 26 - Dallas, TX at House of Blues
- Apr 29 - Houston, TX at Verizon Wireless Theater
- May 03 - Reno, NV at Grand Sierra Resort & Casino Grand
- May 04 - San Francisco, CA at Warfield Theatre
- May 06 - Los Angeles, CA at The Wiltern