Katy Perry Announces California Dreams Tour Dates
Katy Perry has unveiled a number of dates for her upcoming tour which is held to promote her summer album "Teenage Dream". Dubbed California Dreams, the traveling show is going to be kicked off by the 25-year-old singer/songwriter next year in Spring.
Six days after Valentine's Day, Perry will fly to Lisbon, Portugal for the tour opener and then she will continue traveling across Europe at least until April 5 with her stops including Germany, Belgium, U.K. and France. Tickets for the gig will be made available for purchase either on October 15 or 16.
Promised to be her biggest World tour yet, the gig hasn't had any supporting act and so far only lists European concerts. However, fans need no worry as Perry assured them, "My dates in the USA, AUS & MORE are being put in soon of COURSE!"
- Feb 20 - Campo Pequeno in Lisbon, Portugal
- Feb 23 - Palasharp in Milan, Italy
- Feb 25 - Hallenstadion in Zurich, Switzerland
- Feb 26 - Zenith in Munich, Germany
- Feb 27 - Gasometer in Vienna, Austria
- Mar 04 - Columbiahalle in Berlin, Germany
- Mar 06 - Stadthalle in Offenbach, Germany
- Mar 07 - Zenith in Paris, France
- Mar 10 - Forest National in Brussels, Belgium
- Mar 11 - Palladium in Cologne, Germany
- Mar 14 - Sporthalle in Hamburg, Germany
- Mar 17 - HMV Hammersmith Apollo, London
- Mar 18 - HMV Hammersmith Apollo, London
- Mar 21 - O2 Apollo, Manchester
- Mar 22 - O2 Apollo, Manchester
- Mar 28 - The O2, Dublin
- Mar 30 - Trent FM Arena, Nottingham
- Mar 31 - BIC, Bournemouth
- Apr 01 - CIA, Cardiff
- Apr 03 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
- Apr 04 - LG Arena, Birmingham
- Apr 05 - SECC, Glasgow
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