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Announced mid February, newly solo artist Camila Cabello (formerly of Fifth Harmony) is set to hit the road on her very own tour this spring. For the months of April, May, and June, she’ll be stopping at intimate venues across North America, the UK, and the Netherlands.
Camila’s had an outstanding beginning as a solo artist so far, partnering on music with the likes of Machine Gun Kelly, Young Thug, and Shawn Mendes. Her single ‘Havana’ hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January, and ‘Never Be The Same’ is still climbing.
Of course, a tour isn’t complete without an opening act. Just announced, up-and-comer Bazzi will be joining Camila on the North American leg of her Never Be The Same Tour.
see u then supa star ⭐️💜 https://t.co/vpyL9FhZ1n
— bazzi (@bazzi) March 13, 2018
Like Camila, Bazzi has also seen the top of the Billboard charts, with his song ‘Mine’ debuting at No. 57 on the Hot 100 on February 3. According to Billboard, the song’s popularity spiked when it became a meme: The lyric “You so fuckin’ precious when you smile” was coupled with the “Be Mine” Snapchat filter.
‘Mine’ has had more than 130 million streams as well as 25 million views and 24,000 comments on YouTube. It’s also hit the No. 1 spot on Apple Music’s Pop Streaming chart and Spotify’s US and Global Viral 50 charts.
To see Camila and Bazzi live, be sure to grab your tickets ASAP for the following North American shows:
April 9 – Vancouver – Orpheum Theater
April 10 – Seattle – Paramount Theatre
April 11 – Portland – Arlene Schnitzer
April 13 – San Francisco – Fox Theater
April 14– Los Angeles –Palladium
April 15 – Los Angeles – Palladium
April 20 – Minneapolis – State Theater
April 22 – Chicago – Riviera Theater
April 24 – St. Louis – The Pageant
April 25 – Detroit – The Fillmore
April 27 – Toronto – Sony PAC
April 28 – Montreal – M Telus
April 29 – Boston, MA – Orpheum
May 1 – Philadelphia – The Fillmore
May 4 – New York – Terminal 5
Bazzi’s full album is due out sometime this spring.
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