Seal announces late summer tour dates

Multi-platinum, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Seal will hit the road late this summer, where he will perform hits from his illustrious 20-plus-year career. The tour kicks off August 18th in Hollywood, Florida and will run through various cities across the country such as Atlanta, Washington DC and Atlantic City. Tickets available via the singer’s website.

Seal made headlines recently on a trip to Montréal, when he noticed a local busker on the streets and jumped in to sing along with him. “I love to wander around each city when I’m touring and take photos in my off time. This busker caught my eye and I just had to jump in.” This encounter was captured and recorded by numerous spectators on their phones and has since gone viral through social media, being picked up by TV stations across the country including Good Morning America. Since his first street singing session in Montréal, Seal has performed with two lucky fans on both the streets of London and Manchester in the UK and has invited both of them up on stage with him that night at his sold-out shows. Seal had so much fun busking that he has started his own Facebook live series entitled Street Songs where he posts videos of these spontaneous sessions with fans.

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August 18 Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, FL
August 19 Ruth Eckerd Hall Clearwater, FL
August 20 Chastain Park Amphitheatre Atlanta, GA
August 23 Peace Concert Hall Greenville, SC
August 24 Warner Theatre Washington, DC
August 26 Meijer Gardens Grand Rapids, MI
August 27 Four Winds Casino Resort New Buffalo, MI
August 28 Ravinia Festival Highland Park, IL
August 30 Hard Rock Live Northfield, OH
August 31 Meadow Brook Rochester Hills, MI
September 1 Fallsview Casino Resort Niagara Falls, ON
September 2 Fallsview Casino Resort Niagara Falls, ON
September 4 Borgata Spa & Resort Atlantic City, NJ

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