Fantasia To Embark On Her First Headlining Tour
It’s hard to believe Fantasia has yet to headline her own tour yet, especially since most American Idol winners (and runners-up) get that rite of passage out of the way quickly after winning the show. But now seems to be the perfect time—the songstress and reality star had her highest debut (#2) on the Billboard 200 with her third album, Back To Me, and also managed to hit #1 the R&B album charts for the first time in her career. And after her recent personal struggles, girl needs to get out and get some fresh air, no?
Check out the dates of the effervescent live performer’s 30-city national Back To Me tour below.
“I’m so excited about this tour and having the chance to connect with my fans, the people that love me and have been supporting me through everything,” Fantasia said in a statement. “This tour is going to be a real special, intimate experience for them and for me.”
Eric Benet and Kandi will be opening.
Back To Me tour dates
November 4 – Richmond, VA @ Landmark Theater November 5 – Norfolk, VA @ Chrysler Hall November 6 – Philadelphia, PA @ Tower Theatre November 7 – Baltimore, MD @ Meyerhoff Symphony Hall November 10 – Savannah, GA @ Johnny Mercer Theatre November 11 – Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theater November 12 – Tampa, FL @ Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center November 13 – Jacksonville, FL @ Moran Theatre November 14 – Miami, FL @ James L. Knight Center November 17 – Charlotte, NC @ Ovens Auditorium November 18 – Greensboro, NC @ War Memorial Auditorium November 19 – Columbia, SC @ Township Auditorium November 20 – Birmingham, AL @ BJCC Concert Hall November 24 – Los Angeles, CA @ Nokia Theatre L.A. Live November 26 – San Diego, CA @ Copley Symphony Hall November 27 – Oakland, CA @ Paramount Theatre December 2 – Dallas, TX @ Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie December 3 – Southaven, MS @ DeSoto Civic Center December 4 – New Orleans, LA @ Kiefer Uno Lakefront Arena December 5 – Houston, TX @ Reliant Arena December 8 – Indianapolis, IN @ Murat Theatre at Old National Centre December 9 – Louisville, KY @ Louisville Palace Theatre December 10 – Detroit, MI @ Fox Theatre December 11 – Cincinnati, OH @ Procter and Gamble Hall at Aronoff Centre December 12 – Augusta, GA @ Bell Auditorium December 27 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre December 28 – Washington, DC @ DAR Constitution Hall December 29 – Cleveland, OH @ State Theatre December 30 – Chicago, IL @ Auditorium Theatre January 1 – St. Louis, MO @ Fox Theatre