Lizzo will be embarking on her first tour in three years beginning this fall. This is in celebration of her upcoming album Special, which will be dropping July 15 and has already been tased with the single “About Damn Time.” She first announced the tour on Twitter and will be supported on the tour by the rapper Latto.


The artist’s 2019 release, Cuz I Love You, marked Lizzo’s breakthrough as a massive and undeniable pop star despite her performing consistently through most of the decade. Since the last album, she founded the shapewear company Yitty, and just premiered an Amazon original competition series Watch Out for the Big Grrrls. The concept for the show was that Lizzo wanted to find plus-sized dancers for an upcoming tour, so you may very well see the winners of that show onstage this year with Lizzo as well.

Lizzo first spoke about her next album with Variety in August 2021, and she called it “one of the most musically badass, daring and sophisticated bodies of work I’ve done to date.” With the quality of these singles, Special is sure to be a delight that will motivate plenty of people to go see it live.

Here are the currently-announced Special tour dates:

September 23rd – Sunrise, Florida – FLA Live Arena
September 24th – Tampa, Florida – Amalie Arena
September 27th – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena
September 29th – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Wells Fargo Center
September 30th – Boston, Massachusetts – TD Garden
October 2nd – New York, New York – Madison Square Garden
October 6th – Detroit, Michigan – Little Caesars Arena
October 7th – Toronto, Ontario – Scotiabank Arena
October 11th – St Paul, Minnesota – Xcel Energy Center
October 14th – Kansas City, Missouri – T-Mobile Center
October 16th – Chicago, Illinois – United Center
October 18th – Indianapolis, Indiana – Gainbridge Fieldhouse
October 20th – Charlotte, North Carolina – Spectrum Center
October 22nd – Atlanta, Georgia – State Farm Arena
October 23rd – Nashville, Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena
October 25th – Austin, Texas – Moody Center
October 26th – Houston, Texas – Toyota Center
October 28th – Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center
October 31st – Denver, Colorado – Ball Arena
November 2nd – Salt Lake City, Utah – Vivint Arena
November 4th – Portland, Oregon – Moda Center
November 7th – Vancouver, British Columbia – Rogers Arena
November 9th – Seattle, Washington – Climate Pledge Arena
November 12th – San Francisco, California – Chase Center
November 18th – Los Angeles, California – Kia Forum

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