Ciara announces first U.S. tour in six years

Grammy award winner, Ciara will embark on a U.S. tour in May. This marks her first live concert tour in over six years. The first leg of the tour will make stops in 18 major cities beginning May 3rd in Chicago and continuing to May 31st in San Francisco. A second leg of the tour is pending announcement.

A unique Direct to Consumer site will launch giving fans the opportunity to pre-order the Jackie album and received a special access code to purchase concert tickets beginning April 1st at 10 am, before they go on-sale to the public.

Tour Dates:

May 3 Chicago IL House of Blues
May 5 New York NY Best Buy Theatre
May 7 Boston MA House of Blues
May 9 Silver Spring MD The Fillmore
May 10 Glenside PA Kenswick Theatre
May 12 Charlotte NC Fillmore
May 13 Atlanta GA Center Stage
May 15 Miami FL Fillmore
May 16 Tampa FL The Ritz Ybor
May 19 New Orleans LA Joy Theatre
May 20 Houston TX House of Blues
May 22 Dallas TX House of Blues
May 23 San Antonio TX The Aztec Theatre
May 24 Corpus Christi TX Brewester Street Ice House
May 27 San Diego CA House of Blues
May 29 Riverside CA Riverside Municipal Auditorium
May 30 Los Angeles CA Club Nokia
May 31 San Francisco CA Regency

Ciara has teamed up with Live Nation and Yahoo Screen to live stream her May 9th concert from Silver Spring, MD. This is as part of a program that provides one live stream concert a day for 365 days on the Live Nation Channel on Yahoo Screen. Fans will have the freedom to stream the concert for free wherever they are through the Yahoo Screen App for iOS and Android, on connected devices including Apple TV, Roku, XBox, Tivo and Yahoo Screen.

Ciara’s is set to release of her sixth album, Jackie, on Epic/Sony Music Entertainment in May.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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