Kehlani
12.8.2016

Kehlani Announces ‘SweetSexySavage World Tour’

As she gears up for the early 2017 release of SweetSexySavage, Kehlani is hitting the road.

The Grammy-nominated songstress has announced dates for a headline world tour, set to kick off at Montréal’s Club Soda on Feb. 21 before stopping in New York and Boston.

After that, she will head overseas, with shows in Dublin, London, Stockholm, Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, and more before returning to the U.S. in April through June. DJ Mustard’s protégée Ella Mai and Toronto crooner JAHKOY will join her on the U.S. leg.

“Tour is when I come alive,” Kehlani told her fans. “It’s about to be unnnnrealllll.”

The “SSS World Tour” comes in support of Kehlani’s debut album SweetSexySavage, due Jan. 27. She recently debuted her new single “Advice,” which follows “CRZY” and “Distraction.”

Tickets will be available for pre-sale starting Dec. 13, one day prior to the general on-sale.

See an itinerary below.

SweetSexySavage Tour Dates

Feb. 21 – Club Soda – Montréal, Canada
Feb. 22 – Playstation Theater – New York, NY
Feb. 24 – Royale Boston – Boston, MA
Feb. 28 – Academy – Dublin, Ireland
Mar. 1 – O2 ABC – Glasgow, United Kingdom
Mar. 3 – O2 Ritz – Manchester, United Kingdom
Mar. 4 – O2 Institute – Birmingham, United Kingdom
Mar. 5 – Koko – London, United Kingdom
Mar. 10 – Parkteatret – Oslo, Norway
Mar. 11 – Nalen – Stockholm, Sweden
Mar. 12 – Amager Bio – Copenhagen South, DenMar.k
Mar. 14 – Astra – Berlin, Germany
Mar. 15 – Proxima – Warsaw, Poland
Mar. 17 – Grelle Forelle – Vienna, Austria
Mar. 18 – Technikum – Munich, Germany
Mar. 19 – Kaufleuten – Zurich, Switzerland
Mar. 21 – Trianon – Paris, France
Mar. 22 – AB Ballroom – Brussels, Belgium
Mar. 23 – Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mar. 24 – Gibson – Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Mar. 26 – Essigfabrik – Cologne, Germany
Mar. 27 – Ubel & Gefahrlick – Hamburg, Germany
Apr. 1 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
Apr. 2 – The Fillmore – Washington, DC
Apr. 5 – Cone Denim Entertainment Center – Greensboro, NC
Apr. 6 – The Underground – Charlotte, NC
Apr. 7 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA
Apr. 9 – Plaza Live – Orlando, FL
Apr. 11 – The Orpheum – Tampa, FL
Apr. 12 – Culture Room – Miami, FL
Apr. 18 – Marquee Theatre – Phoenix, AZ
Apr. 20 – Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NV
Apr. 24 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA
Apr. 25 – Ace Of Spade – Sacramento, CA
Apr. 27 – Jub Jub’s – Reno, NV
Apr. 28 – Wow Hall – Eugene, OR
Apr. 29 – Showbox (Sodo) – Seattle, WA
May 01 – Vogue – Vancouver, Canada
May 02 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR
May 04 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
May 06 – Music Hall FKA Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, MN
May 07 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL
May 08 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI
May 10 – St. Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI
May 11 – Mercury Ballroom – Louisville, KY
May 12 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN
May 13 – Ready Room – St Louis, MO
May 15 – The Granada – Lawrence, KS
May 16 – The Bourbon Theater – Lincoln, NE
May 17 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO
May 20 – Republic – New Orleans, LA
May 21 – The Ballroom at Warehouse Live – Houston, TX
May 23 – The Varsity Theatre – Baton Rouge, LA
May 24 – Emo’s – Austin, TX
May 25 – Alamo City Music Hall – San Antonio, TX
May 31 – The National – Richmond, VA
Jun. 1 – The Norva – Norfolk, VA
Jun. 4 – The Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, Canada
Jun. 17 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA
Jun. 18 – The Novo – Los Angeles, CA