Selena Gomez Announces Worldwide Tour

Selena Gomez performs "Come and Get It" at the MTV Movie Awards
Selena Gomez performs "Come and Get It" at the MTV Movie Awards
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After her sultry debut performance of “Come & Get It” on Sunday night at the MTV Movie Awards, Selena Gomez has announced a worldwide tour where she’ll be making stops in more than 50 cities.

The tour, to promote her highly anticipated summer album, begins Aug. 14 in Vancouver and wraps Nov. 27 in St. Louis, with stops throughout Europe and North America.

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Presale tickets for select cities and VIP packages will be available April 17 at 10 a.m. local time, before all tickets go on sale April 20 via Ticketmaster.

Before the tour, fans can catch the 20-year-old pop singer’s upcoming performance April 27 at the Radio Disney Music Awards, where she is nominated for best female artist.

Here are Selena Gomez’s upcoming tour dates:
Aug. 14: Vancouver (Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena)

Aug. 16: Calgary, Alberta (Scotiabank Saddledome)

Aug. 17: Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Place)

Aug. 18: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Credit Union Center)

Aug. 19: Winnipeg, Manitoba (MTS Centre)

Aug. 22: Ottawa (Scotiabank Place)

Aug. 23: Montreal (Bell Center)

Aug. 24: Toronto (Air Canada Centre)

Aug. 30: Copenhagen, Denmark (Falcon Theater)

Aug. 31: Stockholm, Sweden (The Arena)

Sept. 1: Oslo, Norway (Oslo Spektrum)

Sept. 3: Amsterdam (Heineken Music Hall)

Sept. 4: Antwerp, Belgium (Lotto Arena)

Sept. 5: Paris (Zénith)

Sept. 7: London (Hammersmith)

Sept. 11: Lisbon, Portugal (Campo Pequeno)

Sept. 12: Madrid, Spain (Palacio Vistalegre)

Sept. 16: Milan, Italy (Alcatraz)

Sept. 17: Vienna, Austria (Stadthalle)

Sept. 19: Minsk, Belarus (Arena Minsk)

Sept. 21: Kiev, Ukraine (Palace of Sport)

Sept. 23: St. Petersburg, Russia (Ice Palace)

Sept. 25: Moscow (Alena Olympisky)

Oct. 10: Washington, D.C. (Patriot Center)

Oct. 11: Pittsburgh (Peterson Events Center)

Oct. 12: Boston (TD Garden)

Oct. 15: Buffalo, N.Y. (First Niagara Arena)

Oct. 16: Brooklyn, N.Y. (Barclays Center)

Oct. 18: Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)

Oct. 19: Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun Arena)

Oct. 20: Newark, N.J. (Prudential Center)

Oct. 22: Hershey, PA (Giant Center)

Oct. 23: Louisville, KY (KFC Yum! Center)

Oct. 25: Nashville (Bridgestone Arena)

Oct. 26: Atlanta (Philips Arena)

Oct. 27: Charlotte, N.C. (Time Warner Cable Arena)

Oct. 29: Sunrise, FL (BB&T Center)

Oct. 30: Tampa, FL (Tampa Bay Times Forum)

Nov. 1: San Antonio (AT&T Center)

Nov. 2: Houston (Toyota Center)

Nov. 3: Dallas (American Airlines Arena)

Nov. 5: Phoenix (US Airways Center)

Nov. 6: Los Angeles (Staples Center)

Nov. 8: San Diego (Valley View Casino Center)

Nov. 9: Las Vegas (Mandalay Bay Events Center)

Nov. 10: San Jose, CA (HP Pavilion)

Nov. 12: Seattle (Key Arena at Seattle Center)

Nov. 14: Salt Lake City (Energy Solutions Arena)

Nov. 16: Denver (1STBANK Center)

Nov. 17: Kansas City, MO (Sprint Center)

Nov. 19: Indianapolis (Bankers Life Field House)

Nov. 21: Minneapolis (Target Center)

Nov. 22: Chicago (Allstate Arena)

Nov. 23: Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena)

Nov. 26: Detroit (Palace of Auburn Hills)

Nov. 27: St. Louis (Chaifetz Arena)

 

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