Iggy Azalea announces North American Bad Girls Tour

Tickets on sale to the general public starting Friday, September 14th

Hip-hop sensation Iggy Azalea has announced her first North American headlining run in four years with The Bad Girls Tour featuring special guest CupcakKe. The tour announcement comes a few short weeks after the release of her EP Survive the Summer featuring the chart topping hit, “Kream” feat. Tyga which opened with more than 8.1 million U.S. streams within the first week.

The 21 city fall tour, produced by Live Nation, will kick off October 27th in Hollywood, FL and will make stops across North America including Atlanta, New York, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles and more, before wrapping December 4th in Houston, TX. See full itinerary below.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning this Friday, September 14th at 10 am local time at LiveNation.com. TIDAL and Citiâ pre-sales will be available starting Wednesday, September 12th at 10 am local time, followed by additional Live Nation pre-sales to kick off Thursday, September 13th at 10 am local time.

Tour Dates:

Sat, October 27

Hollywood, FL

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino

Mon, October 29

Atlanta, GA

Coca-Cola Roxy

Tues, October 30

Nashville, TN

Nashville Municipal Auditorium

Thurs, November 1

Washington, D.C.

The Theater at MGM National Harbor

Sat, November 3

Upper Darby, PA

Tower Theater presented by Cricket Wireless

Tues, November 6

New York, NY

United Palace

Thurs, November 8

Uncasville, CT

Mohegan Sun Arena

Fri, November 9

Boston, MA

Orpheum Theatre

Mon, November 12

Toronto, ON

REBEL

Wed, November 14

Detroit, MI

The Fillmore Detroit presented by Cricket Wireless

Fri, November 16

Indianapolis, IN

Egyptian Room at Old National Centre

Sat, November 17

Chicago, IL

Aragon Ballroom

Mon, November 19

Minneapolis, MN

Armory

Tues, November 20

St. Louis, MO

Stifel Theatre

Fri, November 23

Denver, CO

Fillmore Auditorium

Saty, November 24

Salt Lake City, UT

The Complex

Tues, November 27

San Jose, CA

City National Civic

Thurs, November 29

Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood Palladium

Sat, December 1

Phoenix, AZ

Comerica Theatre

Mon, December 3

Dallas, TX

South Side Ballroom

Tues, December 4

Houston, TX

Revention Music Center

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