'Royals' and 'Team' Singer Lorde Announces Tour Ticket Sale Date

The teenage singer is doing it big this fall.

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After Lorde blew up at the end of 2013, the New Zealander's life completely changed. Her massive success has propelled her to a pedestal in the public's eyes rightfully so; the seventeen year old's debut album hit No. 3 in the States and No. 1 in several other countries along with being certified as Platinum by the RIAA. Lorde announced her American tour tickets will be going on sale September 1st with the tweet below and seems very excited about her upcoming shows.

The tour dates, which can be seen below, span about a month and a half and will see her visit venues such as the United Palace in New York. Lorde is currently working on her second album which will be "totally different" according to the singer, and is also writing the soundtrack for the upcoming Hunger Games movie.

Catch Lorde On Tour:

Date Venue Location
Sep 05 Mann Center Philadelphia, PA
Sep 06 Boston City Hall Plaza Boston, MA
Sep 07 Artpark Lewiston, NY
Sep 11 Ottawa Folk Festival Ottawa, Canada
Sep 12 TD Echo Beach Toronto, Canada
Sep 14 JBL Live at Pier 97 New York, NY
Sep 15 United Palace New York, NY
Sep 16 United Palace New York, NY
Sep 18 The Red Hat Amphitheater Raleigh, NC
Sep 19 Music Midtown Festival w/ Magic Man Atlanta, GA
Sep 22 Grand Ole Opry House Nashville, TN
Sep 23 LC Pavillion Columbus, OH
Sep 24 Jacobs Pavillion at Nautica Cleveland, OH
Sep 26 BMO Harris Pavilion Milwaukee, WI
Sep 27 Harrah's Casino, Stir Grove Council Bluffs, IA
Sep 28 1STBANK Center Broomfield, CO
Sep 30 The Joint Las Vegas, NV
Oct 02 Greek Berkeley, CA
Oct 03 Greek Theatre-U.C. Berkeley Berkeley, CA
Oct 06 Greek Los Angeles, CA
Oct 07 Greek Theatre Los Angeles, CA
Oct 09 Santa Barbara Bowl Santa Barbara, CA
Oct 10 Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theater San Diego, CA

Wanna read more on this? Check these out: Lorde's 'Melodrama' Album Tops The Charts In Many Countries (more); Lorde Will Write And Curate Soundtrack For 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1' (more).