The Really Her Tour features special guests Lakeyah & Lebra Jolie

This fall, multi-platinum Boston-born and Los Angeles-based global artist Bia returns to the road to headline The Really Her Tour. The three-week jaunt kicks off on October 9th at The Belasco in Los Angeles, visits major markets across the country, stops in Boston on October 17th for a homecoming at the Paradise Rock Club, and concludes on October 30th in Santa Ana at The Observatory. Presenting a stacked bill with fellow female disruptors, Lakeyah and Lebra Jolie will support all dates.

Earlier this summer, she unveiled her acclaimed Really Her EP via EPIC Records.

Most recently the rapper took over the Beautycon stage on day two and back in June the BET Awards Show stage with Busta Rhymes for a showstopping performance of his single “Beach Ball,” reeling in over one million YouTube views. Plus, she teamed up with Tones And I and Diarra Sylla on the Official FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 walkout anthem “Bring It On.” Last month, she shined on Tiësto’s dancefloor banger “Both” alongside 21 Savage, posting seven million Spotify streams and counting.

Bia’s bars are powered by her hard-won self-assurance. The Boston-bred platinum international music star has hustled for years to create her own brand of narratively rich and emotional music, and though she has all eyes on her now, she possessed the same confidence even when nobody was watching. That conviction informs her Timbaland-produced new single, “I’m That Bitch,” as well as two more show-stopping singles on the way. Bia originally came up in Boston, and at 14, she was hanging around battle rappers in the studio. Before long, she opened on tours for Ariana Grande and Pusha T. She generated even more momentum with the EP For Certain, her Epic Records debut in December 2020. The following July, she landed Nicki Minaj for a “Whole Lotta Money” remix. The record went 2x platinum and became Bia’s second Hot 100 hit, peaking at No. 16.

Now, Bia is building an empire beyond music. She fronted the campaign for a clothing collaboration between Diddy’s Sean John and UK-based Missguided. Rihanna tapped her to perform at Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3. Bia even repurposed her For Certain track “Skate” for the 2021 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. This was all before launching her Beauty for Certain cosmetics line, as well as collaborations with Jordan Brand, Foot Locker and Kiss Nails. She also performed at the NBA pre-All-Star Game and Spotify’s First Ever Feeling Myself Fashion Show in 2023.

Bia The Really Her Tour Dates:

Oct 9 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco
Oct 12 – Denver, CO @ Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom
Oct 14 – Chicago, IL @ Avondale
Oct 16 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
Oct 17 – Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
Oct 18 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theater of Living Arts
Oct 20 – Washington, D.C. @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
Oct 22 – Atlanta, GA @ The Loft
Oct 24 – Houston, TX @ Rise
Oct 25 – Dallas, TX @ The Echo
Oct 27 – Tucson, AZ @ Encore
Oct 29 – San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
Oct 30 – Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory