Trek supports forthcoming third studio album
GRAMMY-nominated and multi-Platinum singer/songwriter/producer Charlie Puth announces plans to bring his forthcoming third studio album, Charlie, to fans around across North America with the One Night Only Tour, produced by Live Nation. Offering eight dates across North America and Canada this fall, the run of intimate underplay shows will kick off in New Jersey on October 23rd at the Count Basie Center for the Arts, before making his way North to Massey Hall in Toronto on October 27th and finally, The Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on November 9th.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 23rd at 10 am local time via Ticketmaster. Cardmembers with a Gap Inc family of brands credit card will have access to presale tickets on Monday, September 19th at 10 am local time until Thursday, September 22nd at 10 am local time.
Gearing up to release of Charlie via Atlantic Records, Puth has taken his fans along every step of the way. With the One Night Only Tour, he welcomes them up close and personal as puts his most personal body of work to date on display.
Releasing his newest track, “I Don’t Think That I Like Her,” from the forthcoming project, Puth leans into a heavily voice-led melody while Travis Barker holds down a robust beat on drums to create a high-energy punk-style refrain.
Despite being weeks out from its’ release, Charlie, has already surpassed one billion global streams with the help of latest releases “Smells Like Me,” “That’s Hilarious,” “Light Switch” and current single “Left and Right [feat. Jung Kook of BTS] which has garnered over 370 million streams alone and stands as Puth’s most successful chart debut to date. Continuing that momentum, he recently dropped a dynamic remix of the hit collaboration track with the help of GRAMMY-nominated electronic music duo Galantis.
Charlie Puth One Night Only Tour Dates:
Oct 23 – Red Bank, NJ @ Count Basie Center for the Arts
Oct 25 – New York City @ Beacon Theatre
Oct 27 – Toronto, ON, CAN @ Massey Hall
Oct 29 – Washington, DC @ Warner Theatre
Oct 31 – Boston @ Orpheum Theatre
Nov 3 – Chicago @ Auditorium Theatre
Nov 7 – San Francisco @ Davies Symphony Hall
Nov 9 – Los Angeles @ The Theatre at Ace Hotel