After keeping a relatively low profile over the last half-decade, it seems Alicia Keys is making a massive comeback to the music industry.
Not only did the much-beloved musician announce her upcoming album Alicia on Monday through Twitter, she followed it up with a humorous world tour announcement the following day — in which she said if she bowled a strike, she would go on tour.
Well, Keys got her strike and almost immediately shared her plans for a spring/summer tour. The 38-year-old will hit the road for a 48-date tour, promoting her highly-anticipated seventh studio album.
After finishing the European leg of the trek, the 28 remaining concerts will take place in North America, starting with Jacksonville, Fla. on July 28, before concluding nearly two months later in Miami, Fla. on Sept. 22.
Along the way, the “Girl On Fire” singer will perform two shows in two Canadian cities: Toronto and Vancouver — her first since 2013.
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Alicia is set to be released on March 20. It will be her first full release since 2016’s Here.
The lead single, “Underdog”, dropped earlier this month and is now available through all major streaming platforms.
Less than two weeks later, she will release her first-ever memoir, More Myself, on March 31.
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For those interested in buying tickets for Keys’ upcoming tour, an exclusive pre-sale for American Express cardholders is already underway.
All remaining tickets go on sale to the general public this Monday, Jan. 27 at 10 a.m. (local).
Additional updates, tour dates and information ca be found through the official Alicia Keys website.
Alicia Keys 2020 North American tour dates
** All Canadian gigs are bolded below**
July 28 — Jacksonville, Fla. @ Daily’s Place
July 30 — Atlanta, Ga. @ Cadence Bank Amphitheatre
Aug. 2 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Ascend Amphitheater
Aug. 4 — Charlotte, N.C. @ Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
Aug. 5 — Baltimore, Md. @ MECU Pavilion
Aug. 7 — Washington, D.C. @ The Theater
Aug. 9 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ The Met Philadelphia
Aug. 11 — Boston, Mass. @ Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion
Aug. 14 — New York, N.Y. @ Radio City Music Hall
Aug. 16 — Toronto, Ont. @ Budweiser Stage
Aug. 18 — Detroit, Mich. @ Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre
Aug. 19 — Cincinnati, Ohio @ PNC Pavilion
Aug. 21 — Cleveland, Ohio @ Jacobs Pavilion
Aug. 25 — Chicago, Ill. @ Huntington Bank Pavilion
Aug. 26 — Kansas City, Mo. @ Starlight Theatre
Aug. 27 — Denver, Col. @ Bellco Theatre
Aug. 30 — Seattle, Wash. @ WAMU Theater
Aug. 31 — Vancouver, B.C. @ Pepsi Live
Sept. 2 — Portland, Ore. @ Theatre of the Clouds
Sept. 4 — San Francisco, Calif. @ The Masonic
Sept. 8 — Los Angeles, Calif. @ Greek Theatre
Sept. 11 — San Diego, Calif. @ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Sept. 12 — Phoenix, Ari. @ Arizona Federal Theatre (Comerica Theater)
Sept. 15 — Houston, Tex. @ Smart Financial Center
Sept. 16 — Dallas, Tex. @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Sept. 19 — Orlando, Fla. @ Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Sept. 20 — Tampa, Fla. @ Hard Rock Event Center
Sept. 22 — Miami, Fla. @ Hard Rock Live Arena