in

Robyn To Headline New Tour in 2019

Robyn

Swedish singer Robyn’s first album in over 8 years, Honey, is taking the world by storm. She managed to take some painful life changes and turned them into a soothing disco-infused medley of songs.

 

Just last week, Honey reached #1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electric albums chart, her third number 1 album and first leading LP to do so. There are four tracks currently on the Top/Dance Electric Songs charts including “Missing U,” which hit #18 in August, the title track, which recently hit #26, and two new singles, “Ever Again,” at #26, and “Human Being,” featuring Zhala, at #49. 

 

The last time the singer released any new material was in 2010 with Body Talk. She has since continued to remain busy with numerous other collaborative efforts. She worked with Röyksopp on an EP entitled Do It Again and released a mini-album in 2015 entitled Love Is Free with La Bagatelle Magique. A third EP collaboration was released with Mr. Tophat in 2016 entitled Trust Me

 

In 2019, she will be headlining an eleven-day North American tour in support of the new album. Her first stop will be on February 23rd at the Palladium in L.A. along with additional stops in Boston, Washington D.C., Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, and Oakland. She has already sold out one of her shows at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, in which she plans to perform on March 8th. The tour will finish up in Toronto, Ontario on March 14th. 

 

Tickets for Robyn’s new tour will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on November 16th. You can find tickets here

 

Here are Robyn’s 2019 tour dates: 

 

Feb. 23 – The Palladium in Los Angeles, CA 
Feb. 26 – Fox Theater in Oakland, CA 
Feb 28 – PNE Forum in Vancouver, BC 
Mar. 1 – Paramount in Seattle, WA 
Mar. 5 – Palace Theatre in Minneapolis, MN 
Mar. 6 – Riviera Theatre in Chicago, IL 
Mar. 8 – Madison Square Garden in New York, NY (ALREADY SOLD OUT) 
Mar. 9 – The Anthem in Washington, D.C. 
Mar. 11 – House of Blues in Boston, MA 
Mar. 13 – MTELUS in Montreal, QC 
Mar. 14 – Rebel, in Toronto, ON

 

Alabama Crimson Tide

New Year’s Six and CFP Second Rankings