Popstar Iggy Azalea has returned to the music scene for the first time in four years with a North American tour and EP.
The Bad Girls Tour, featuring special guest CupcakKe, will kick-off on Saturday, October 27 in Hollywood, Florida. From there, the tour will make stops in cities like Nashville, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles before wrapping-up in Houston, Texas on December 4.
The “Black Widow” singer is touring in support of her recent EP that just dropped this August, Survive The Summer. The 6-track EP includes her hit single “Kream,” featuring Tyga, as well as tracks “Survive the Summer,” “Tokyo Snow Trip,” “Kawasaki,” and “OMG” featuring Wiz Khalifa.
Azalea released her debut record The New Classic in 2014, and her hit tracks “Fancy” and “Black Widow” garnered hundreds of millions of streams. The New Classic reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and earned RIAA platinum certification.
However, in late 2014, Azalea announced a world tour in support of her upcoming sophomore album, and in 2015, all 21 dates were cancelled. She called the cancellation a “creative change of heart,” but later told Billboard that she wasn’t mentally ready after a non-stop year.
“I was mentally exhausted,” she said, “and I wasn’t really in a place to start making new music, honestly. … I never really was recording my second album in the height of my success, weirdly enough.”
“There are moments that I loved, and there are moments where I cringe,” she said of the year she spent in the spotlight. “I think it’s as simple as an outfit you wore at a party… or like when you’re grown up and you look back at your college days. You look back at it with love, and there are other things you were like, ‘Oh God, I was such an idiot.’”
Azalea hopes to make her comeback with Survive The Summer. Check out her full list of tour dates below for The Bad Girls Tour.
Iggy Azalea The Bad Girls Tour 2018
October 27 – Hollywood, FL (Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino)
October 29 – Atlanta, GA (Coca-Cola Roxy)
October 30 – Nashville, TN (Nashville Municipal Auditorium)
November 1 – Washington, D.C. (The Theater at MGM National Harbor)
November 3 – Upper Darby, PA (Tower Theater presented by Cricket Wireless)
November 6 – New York, NY (United Palace)
November 8 – Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun Arena)
November 9 – Boston, MA (Orpheum Theatre)
November 12 – Toronto, ON (REBEL)
November 14 – Detroit, MI (The Fillmore Detroit presented by Cricket Wireless)
November 16 – Indianapolis, IN (Egyptian Room at Old National Centre)
November 17 – Chicago, IL (Aragon Ballroom)
November 19 – Minneapolis, MN (Armory)
November 20 – St. Louis, MO (Stifel Theatre)
November 23 – Denver, CO (Fillmore Auditorium)
November 24 – Salt Lake City, UT (The Complex)
November 27 – San Jose, CA (City National Civic)
November 29 – Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Palladium)
December 1 – Phoenix, AZ (Comerica Theatre)
December 4 – Houston, TX (Revention Music Center)
Last Updated on September 17, 2018 by Olivia Perreault