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Tove Lo Announces Summer Tour Dates

She returns to North America in May

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Tove Lo tour dates tickets 2020 live concerts, photo by Ben Kaye
Tove Lo, photo by Ben Kaye

    Nothing can stop Tove Lo from performing live, not even a fractured ankle. Fresh off a headlining trek, during which she sustained the injury, the pop singer has announced new tour dates for this summer.

    A few months ago, Tove Lo dropped her album Sunshine Kitty and, to the delight of her fans, kept that momentum going by plotting a winter tour to celebrate it. After the success of those shows, she’s got energy to boot — hence why after kicking off her upcoming UK and European dates, she will return to North America for the start of a worldwide summer tour.

    The summer tour begins on May 6th in Orlando, Florida and features stops in cities like Miami, New Orleans, Austin, Houston, Cleveland, Barcelona, and Reykjavik before wrapping everything up on August 22nd in Bodø, Norway. For the North American stretch of the leg, she will be joined by opener Kah-Lo.

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    Based on a quote in her press release, the “Bad as the Boys” singer seems more than eager to get back on the road. “The US tour was incredible. I think it’s the best live production I’ve ever had and the crowds were just so amazing,” she said. “It was obviously a bit challenging performing with a broken foot, but it almost created an extra close energy with the fans. I’m really looking forward to be able to dance my ass off at the up coming summer shows when I’m all healed!”

    Tickets for her summer tour dates can be purchased here.

    In addition to those headlining sets, Tove Lo will stop at a few music festivals to perform live, including Hangout, Firefly, Mad Cool, Latitude, and Osheaga. Find a complete list of her tour dates below.

    In anticipation of the tour’s launch, Tove Lo recently dropped a pair of new singles: “Bikini Porn” and “Passion and Pain Taste the Same When I’m Weak”.

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    Tove Lo 2020 Tour Dates: 
    03/09 — Glasgow, UK @ SWG3 +
    03/10 — Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall +
    03/12 — Manchester, UK @ O2 Forum Kentish Town +
    03/14 — Paris, FR @ Elysee Montmartre +
    03/16 — Brussels, BE @ Ancienne Belgique +
    03/17 — Brussels, BE @ Paradiso +
    03/18 — Brussels, BE @ E-Werk +
    03/20 — Brussels, BE @ Huxley’s Neue Welt +
    03/22 — Brussels, BE @ Docks +
    03/23 — Brussels, BE @ Vega +
    03/24 — Brussels, BE @ Rockefeller Music Hall +
    03/26 — Stockholm, SE @ Annexet +
    05/06 — Orlando, FL @ House of Blues ^
    05/07 — Miami, FL @ Fillmore ^
    05/09 — New Orleans, LA @ Republic ^
    05/10 — Dallas, TX @ House of Blues ^
    05/12 — Austin, TX @ Stubbs ^
    05/13 — Houston, TX @ House of Blues ^
    05/15 — Gulf Shores, AL @ Hangout Festival
    06/21 — Dover, DE @ Firefly Festival
    06/22 — McKnees Rock, PA @ Roxian Theatre ^
    06/23 — Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore ^
    06/25 — Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues ^
    08/01 — Montreal, QC @ Osheaga Festival
    07/03 — Turku, FI @ Ruisrock Festival
    07/05 — Istanbul, TU @ Zorlu PAC Jazz Fest
    07/07 — Milan, IT @ Circolo Magnolia
    07/09 — Barcelona, ES @ Sala Apolo
    07/10 — Madrid, ES @ Mad Cool Festival
    07/15 — Tilburg, NL @ 013
    07/18 — Suffolk, UK @ Latitude Festival
    08/09 — Skanderborg, DK @ Smukfest
    08/12 — Reykjavik, IS @ Silfurberg
    08/21 — Trondheim, NO @Pstereo Festival
    08/22 — Bodø, NO @ Parken Festival

    + = w/ Millie Turner
    ^ = w/ Kah-Lo

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