Sia has announced a huge North American tour for this fall.
The Australian singer hit the top of the charts in 2014 for the first time with her sixth album “1000 Forms of Fear” becoming her breakthrough.
In January, she put out her latest album “This Is Acting”, getting to number three in the UK and four in the US.
In support of her new album, featuring singles “Alive” and “Cheap Thrills”, she’s now announced a North American tour for later this year.
The tour kicks off on 29th September in Seattle and continues until 6th November in Austin. In total, 20 dates have been announced.
She’ll be joined on the tour by special guests Miguel and AlunaGeorge, with tickets going on general sale this Friday 20th May at 10am local time.
A statement announcing the tour reads: “This is not a drill!! Sia will be headlining the Nostalgic For The Present Tour this fall in North America, and she’s bringing out special guests Miguel and AlunaGeorge for each of the shows. Pre-sale begins tomorrow at 10am local time, and ends Thursday at 10pm local time.”
Check out the full list of the announced tour dates below to see when and where Sia will be performing:
- 29th September: KeyArena, Seattle, WA
- 1st October: Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA
- 4th October: Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AZ
- 5th October: Viejas Arena, San Diego, CA
- 7th October: Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV
- 8th October: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
- 13th October: Target Center, Minneapolis, MN
- 15th October: The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI
- 16th October: United Center, Chicago, IL
- 19th October: Verizon Center, Washington, DC
- 21st October: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
- 22nd October: Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON
- 23rd October: Bell Centre, Montreal, QC
- 26th October: Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT
- 29th October: BB&T Center, Sunrise, FL
- 30th October: Amway Center, Orlando, FL
- 1st November: Philips Arena, Atlanta, GA
- 3rd November: Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA
- 4th November: Toyota Center, Houston, TX
- 6th November: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX