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Lauren Daigle announces headline world arena tour


Two-time Grammy Award winner Lauren Daigle, who has sold out every one of her shows to date, will open 2020 with her first headlining arena tour, the “Lauren Daigle World Tour.” It follows nearly 70 sold out performances that have taken place since the release of her Grammy Award winning album, Look Up Child.

The forty four-city “Lauren Daigle World Tour,” kicks off January 18th in Melbourne, Australia and will include a performance at New Zealand’s Festival One. It will then launch in the US on February 20th in Pensacola, Florida and will include stops in New York, Nashville, Houston, Boston, Dallas and north of the border in Toronto and Montreal. The “Lauren Daigle World Tour” wraps with a special performance in Lauren’s hometown of Lafayette, LA at the CAJUNDOME.

“This year has been life changing,” said Daigle. “There’s no better feeling than to be able to look out from the stage and see how people have connected with the songs on this album. Our shows feel like one big party of togetherness, and I can’t wait to create a whole new tour for 2020. It’s going to be so much fun!”

The “Lauren Daigle World Tour” features an all new stage production, design and set list that will be highlighted by Daigle’s raw vocal power and stage presence. She’ll feature some of her hits, including her latest single “Rescue” and the double-Platinum selling #1 single “You Say,” as well as tracks from her previous platinum-selling album, How Can It Be. Folk/soul duo JOHNNYSWIM will join Daigle on select US dates.

Lauren Daigle tour dates:

Jan. 18 — Palais Theatre — Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Jan. 19 — Enmore Theatre — Sydney, NSW, Australia
Jan. 22 — Fortitude Music Hall — Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Jan. 24 — Festival One — Hamilton, New Zealand
Jan. 25 — James Hay Theatre — Christchurch, New Zealand
Feb. 20 — Pensacola Bay Center — Pensacola, FL
Feb. 21 — VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena — Jacksonville, FL
Feb. 22 — Bojangles’ Coliseum — Charlotte, NC
Feb. 27 — Bon Secours Wellness Arena — Greenville, SC
Feb. 28 — Thompson-Boling Arena — Knoxville, TN
Feb. 29 — Greensboro Coliseum — Greensboro, NC
Mar. 05 — American Airlines Center — Dallas, TX
Mar. 06 — Chesapeake Energy Arena — Oklahoma City, OK
Mar. 07 — CenturyLink Center — Bossier City, LA
Mar. 12 — Van Andel Arena — Grand Rapids, MI
Mar. 13 — Ford Center — Evansville, IN
Mar. 14 — Grossinger Motors Arena — Bloomington, IL
Mar. 15 — Huntington Center — Toledo, OH
Apr. 30 — Rupp Arena — Lexington, KY
May 01 — Berglund Center — Roanoke, VA
May 07 — State Farm Arena — Atlanta, GA
May 08 — Amway Center — Orlando, FL
May 09 — BB&T Center — Sunrise, FL
May 14 — CHI Health Center — Omaha, NE
May 15 — Target Center — Minneapolis, MN
May 16 — Denny Sanford PREMIER Center — Sioux Falls, SD
May 28 — Sprint Center — Kansas City, MO
May 29 — Chaifetz Arena — St. Louis, MO
May 30 — Resch Center — Green Bay, WI
Jun. 18 — Allstate Arena — Rosemont, IL
Jun. 19 — Allen County War Memorial Coliseum — Fort Wayne, IN
Jun. 20 — Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN
Jun. 25 — Madison Square Garden — New York, NY
Jun. 26 — Agganis Arena — Boston, MA
Jun. 27 — XL Center — Hartford, CT
Jul. 01 — Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza — Wilkes-Barre, PA
Jul. 02 — Scotiabank Arena — Toronto, ON
Jul. 03 — Bell Centre — Montreal, QC
Jul. 09 — PPG Paints Arena — Pittsburgh, PA
Jul. 10 — Giant Center — Hershey, PA
Jul. 11 — Scope Arena — Norfolk, VA
Jul. 16 — Toyota Center — Houston, TX
Jul. 17 — Frank Erwin Center — Austin, TX
Jul. 18 — CAJUNDOME — Lafayette, LA

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