Janelle Monáe, the eight-time Grammy-nominated artist, is set to bring her unique blend of music and style to stages across North America with her ‘Age of Pleasure’ tour. The tour, which is in support of her upcoming album of the same name, is set to kick off in Seattle on August 30th, marking her return to the music scene after a five-year hiatus.
The tour will see Monáe perform in 26 cities, including Vancouver, Chicago, Philadelphia, Montreal, New York City, Nashville, Atlanta, Houston, Phoenix, and more. The tour promises to be an unforgettable experience, featuring songs from her latest album and classic hits from her discography.
The ‘Age of Pleasure’ album, set to release on June 9th via Atlantic Records, is already making headlines with the lead single, “Lipstick Lover.” The song was crowned Song of the Week, indicating the anticipation surrounding the album’s release.
Tickets for the tour will go on sale on June 7th, with a variety of presale options starting from June 1st. The tour is produced by Live Nation, and Monáe’s performance is expected to light up audiences’ bodies, souls, and senses, making it a must-see event for music lovers.
Monáe’s tour is not just about music; it’s a celebration of community. The artist has expressed how community has been helpful to her, making the ‘Age of Pleasure’ tour a re-centering experience. It’s not just about an album anymore; it’s about a lifestyle change that Monáe has embraced, and she’s inviting her fans to join her on this journey.
The tour will conclude in Inglewood, California at the YouTube Theater on October 18th, promising a grand finale to what is set to be a memorable musical journey. Stay tuned for more updates as the ‘Age of Pleasure’ tour unfolds.
THE AGE OF PLEASURE TOUR DATES
|08/30||Seattle, WA||WAMU Theater|
|08/31||Vancouver, BC||UBC – Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre|
|09/02||Portland, OR||RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater|
|09/06||Salt Lake City, UT||The Complex|
|09/07||Morrison, CO||Red Rocks Amphitheatre|
|09/09||Kansas City, MO||The Midland Theatre|
|09/13||St. Louis, MO||Stifel Theatre|
|09/14||Chicago, IL||Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom|
|09/17||Boston, MA||MGM Music Hall at Fenway|
|09/18||Philadelphia, PA||The Met|
|09/21||Toronto, ON||Massey Hall|
|09/24||Washington, DC||The Anthem*|
|09/26||New York City, NY||Radio City Music Hall|
|09/28||Brooklyn, NY||Kings Theatre|
|10/02||Charlotte, NC||Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre|
|10/03||Nashville, TN||Ryman Auditorium|
|10/04||Birmingham, AL||Avondale Brewing Company|
|10/06||Atlanta, GA||Fox Theatre Atlanta|
|10/09||Dallas, TX||The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory|
|10/10||Houston, TX||Bayou Music Center|
|10/11||Austin, TX||Moody Amphitheater|
|10/15||Phoenix, AZ||Arizona Financial Theatre|
|10/17||San Francisco, CA||Bill Graham Civic Auditorium|
|10/18||Inglewood, CA||YouTube Theater|