Demi Lovato to Embark on 2018 North American Tour With DJ Khaled

The 20-date tour will kick off on February 26 at the Viejas Arena in San Diego and wrap up on March 31 at Amelie Arena in Tampa.

AceShowbiz - Lovatics will have to get their wallets ready. After teasing a major announcement on October 25, Demi Lovato announced on Twitter on the following day that she would embark on a 20-date North American Tour in support of her new album "Tell Me You Love Me". The "Sorry Not Sorry" hitmaker also brought DJ Khaled with her.

She shared on Twitter a video that featured a picture of her and the DJ together and details of the upcoming tour. Khaled also announced the news on his Instagram account. "They didn't want us to go on tour together," he wrote. "FAN LUV SEE YOU SOON! NEW TOUR ALERT!"

The tour will kick off on February 26 at Viejas Arena in San Diego and include stops in Las Vegas, Brookyln, Toronto, Boston and more, before wrapping up on March 31 at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Citi cardmembers can purchase the pre-sale tickets starting from Monday, October 30 at 10:00 A.M. local time until Thursday, November 2 at 10:00 P.M. local time. Non-city cardmembers can also purchase pre-sale tickets via retail company Fabletics and "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" (starts on October 31), JBL and Ultra (begins on November 1) and YouTube (starts on November 2).

Tickets will go on sale on November 3 at 10:00 A.M. local time via Live Nation, while fans can register to access the tickets through Ticketmaster's Verified Fan program. The registration will close on October 29.

This isn't the first time Demi and Khaled go onstage together. The "Cool for the Summer" songstress came as a surprise guest alongside Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Travis Scott (II) during the "I'm the One" DJ's performance at iHeartRadio Music Festival on September 24. Demi sang her hit single "Sorry Not Sorry" as Khaled jumped around the stage, hyping up the crowd.

Demi Lovato 2018 North American Tour Dates:

  • February 26: San Diego, California @ Viejas Arena
  • February 28: San Jose, California @ SAP Center
  • March 2: Inglewood, California @ The Forum
  • March 3: Las Vegas, Nevada @ MBM Grand Garden Arena
  • March 4: Phoenix, Arizona @ Talking Stick Resort Arena
  • March 7: Dallas, Texas @ American Airlines Center
  • March 9: Rosemont, Illinois @ Allstate Arena
  • March 10: Minneapolis, Minnesota @ Target Center
  • March 13: Detroit, Michigan @ Little Caesars Arena
  • March 14: Colombus, Ohio @ Schottenstein Center
  • March 16: Brooklyn, New York @ Barclays Center
  • March 17: Montreal, Quebec @ Bell Centre
  • March 19: Toronto, Ontario @ Air Canada Centre
  • March 21: Newark, New Jersey @ Prudential Center
  • March 23: Philadelphia, Philadelphia @ Wells Fargo Center
  • March 24: Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena
  • March 26: Boston, Massachusetts @ TD Garden
  • March 28: Nashville, Tennessee @ Brisdgestone Arena
  • March 30: Miami, Florida @ American Airlines Arena
  • March 31: Tampa, Florida @ Amelie Arena

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