The 'Green Light' singer is scheduled to travel Europe, United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia starting September.
AceShowbiz - Lorde maps out a 2017 world tour in support of her latest studio album "Melodrama". The New Zealand singer whose real name is Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor is set to travel Europe, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Australia starting September.
The 20-year-old musician is going to kick off her tour on September 26 in Manchester, England. The "Green Light" singer is scheduled to return to her home country in November for a series of concerts before doing shows Down Under.
The North American dates are expected to be announced soon. "This is just the beginning of course! so many more dates to be added," Lorde assured her American fans. She will be joined by Khaled as her opening act.
"It's starting. EUROPE, UK, NZ, AUSTRALIA - let's dance," she tweeted to her loyal devotees. Her second studio album is due to be released on June 16. She has released at least two singles and performed some of her other new tracks live on stage ahead of the album release.
- September 26 - Manchester, England at 02 Apollo
- September 27 - London, England at Alexandra Palace
- September 30 - Brighton, England at Brighton Centre
- October 01 - Birmingham, England at 02 Academy
- October 02 - Glasgow, Scotland at 02 Academy
- October 04 - Tilburg, Netherlands at 013
- October 05 - Paris, France at Zenith
- October 06 - Antwerp, Belgium at Lotto Arena
- October 08 - Lyon, France at Transbordeur
- October 09 - Barcelona, Spain at Saint Jordi Club
- October 11 - Munich, Germany at Zenith
- October 12 - Milan, Italy at Fabrique
- October 14 - Cologne, Germany at Palladium
- October 15 - Berlin, Germany at Tempodrome
- October 17 - Stockholm, Sweden at Annexet
- October 18 - Oslo, Norway at Sentrum Scene
- October 19 - Trondheim, Norway at UKA 17 Festival
- November 07 - Dunedin, New Zealand at Town Hall
- November 08 - Christchurch, New Zealand at Isaac Theatre Royal
- November 11 - Wellington, New Zealand at Michael Fowler Centre
- November 12 - Auckland, New Zealand at Power Station
- November 14 - Auckland, New Zealand at Power Station
- November 15 - Auckland, New Zealand at Power Station
- November 18 - Perth, Australia at Kings Park
- November 21 - Sydney, Australia at Sydney Opera House Forecourt
- November 23 - Brisbane, Australia at Riverstage
- November 25 - Canberra, Australia at Spilt Milk Festival
- November 26 - Melbourne, Australia at Sidney Myer Music Bowl