Lizzy McAlpine tour 2022: How can I buy tickets?04/08/2022
LIZZY McAlpine rose to fame following to release of her 2020 album, Give Me A Minute.
In April 2022, she then released her second album, five seconds flat, and announced a new tour along with it.
Who is Lizzy McAlpine?
Born September 21, 1999, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, McAlpine, 22, is known as an American singer-songwriter.
Over the years, she has appeared on a number of shows including Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Some of McAlpine's most popular songs include Pancakes for Dinner, To the Mountains, and Apple Pie.
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When she is not in the studio, she can be found taking classes at Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Her biggest influences include John Mayer, MARO, Dodie, and H.E.R., according to her Passim bio.
Lizzy McAlpine tour 2022: How can I buy tickets?
Starting in July 2022, McAlpine will be hitting the road for her first headliner tour.
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Presale tickets are scheduled to be released on April 11 at 10am, with general admission tickets going on sale on April 13.
Tickets will be available to purchase through McAlpine's website or on Ticketmaster.
Where is Lizzy McAlpine playing?
McAlpine's tour will run through November 2022 and have shows around the world.
Her tour stops include:
- July 20 at Rickshaw Stop (San Francisco, CA)
- July 22 at McMenamins Mission Theater (Portland, OR)
- July 23 at Fortune Sound Club (Vancouver, Canada)
- July 24 at Capitol Hill Block Party (Seattle, WA)
- July 26 at Kilby Court (Salt Lake City, UT)
- July 28 at Larimer Lounge (Denver, CO)
- September 11 at 7th St Entry (Minneapolis, MN)
- September 13 at Metro (Chicago, IL)
- September 14 at El Club (Detroit, MI)
- September 15 at The Opera House (Toronto, Canada)
- September 17 at La Sala Rossa (Montreal, Canada)
- September 19 at Webster Hall (New York, NY)
- September 21 at The Sinclair (Cambridge, MA)
- September 23 at The Foundry (Philadelphia, PA)
- September 24 at Howard Theatre (Washington, DC)
- September 26 at The Basement East (Nashville, TN)
- September 27 at The Loft (Atlanta, GA)
- September 29 at House of Blues- Bronze Peacock (Houston, TX)
- September 30 at Antone's Nightclub (Austin, TX)
- October 1 at Trees (Dallas, TX)
- October 3 at The Rebel Lounge (Phoenix, AZ)
- October 4 at Constellation Room (Santa Ana, CA)
- October 7 at Troubadour (Los Angeles, CA)
- November 15 at The Workman's Club (Dublin, Ireland)
- November 17 at Manchester Academy 3 (Manchester, United Kingdom)
- November 18 at Lafayette (London, United Kingdom)
- November 21 at Le Pop-Up du Label (Paris, France)
- November 23 at Tolhuistuin (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
- November 24 at Club Volta (Cologne, Germany)
- November 25 at Gretchen (Berlin, Germany)
At this time, it remains unclear if anyone will be joining her on stage.
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