On Tuesday, the “No Broken Hearts” singer took to social media to reveal that she will be hitting the road. The tour supports her debut solo album All Your Fault (Pt. 1), which drops February 17.
“It’s official. I’m so excited to bring you the #AllYourFaultTour in March. VIP packages tomorrow, presales Thursday, and general sales Friday!” Rexha captioned an Instagram photo that shares a total of 20 tour dates.
Rexha also disclosed that a second tour leg with all international dates is to be announced in a few days. “I’m going to as many countries as possible for my #Rexhars,” she wrote on Twitter.
Second tour leg with all international dates coming in a few days. I'm going to as many countries as possible for my #Rexhars. ?
— Bebe Rexha (@BebeRexha) January 24, 2017
The Brooklyn native kicks off her North American shows on March 1 in Dallas, Texas and will wrap up at the end of the month in Washington, D.C. Although it is Rexha’s first time headlining her own tour, the 27-year-old has previously opened for big names such as Nick Jonas and Elle Goulding, as well as co-headlined Warped Tour.
Earlier this month, Rexha told Daily Star that her upcoming album is “extremely personal.”
“I did not hold back, I talk about everything from ex-boyfriends to friends, and growing up in LA,” she spilled. I’m very insecure and I tend to hold things close to my heart, the album is purely about me and my experiences so that’s a huge thing. I do believe in myself, it’s just that everyone will judge me on this and that’s hard, I’ve not played it to many people, I tend not to want to show it off before it’s out.”
“I Got You,” the second single off All Your Fault is Rexha’s first Hot 100 as a lead artist; however, she has penned and been featured on chart-topping hits including David Guetta’s “Hey Mama” and G-Easy’s “Me, Myself & I.”
You can watch the singstress’ Tonight Show performance of “I Got You” below, followed by her tour dates. Will you be catching Bebe on the road? Let us know, @CelebMix.
March 1 — Dallas, Tees (Trees)
March 2 — Houston, TX (House of Blues – Bronze Peacock)
March 3 — Austin, TX (Emo’s)
March 6 — Phoenix, AZ (LiveWire)
March 8 — Los Angeles, CA (Fonda)
March 9 — Santa Ana, CA (The Observatory)
March 11 — San Francisco, CA (Regency Ballroom)
March 13 — Portland, OR (Wonder Ballroom)
March 14 — Seattle, WA (Crocodile)
March 16 — Salt Lake City, UT (Depot)
March 17 — Denver, CO (Larimer Lounge)
March 19 — Minneapolis, MN (Fine Line Music Café)
March 20 — Chicago, IL (Metro)
March 22 — Detroit, MI (Magic Stick)
March 23 — Toronto, ON (Mod Club)
March 24 — Montreal, QC (Belmont)
March 26 — Philadelphia, PA (Underground Arts)
March 27 — Boston, MA (Sinclair)
March 29 — New York, NY (Irving Plaza)
March 30 — Washington, DC (U Street)