Let's go Rebels! Y'all have been asking and it's officially tour time! I can't wait to see everyone on the #HelloKimberlyTour for my third #1 album #MoreIssuesThanVogue starting this July! Y'all always sell out and show out! Third time's the charm! I'm ready to have some fun! Meet & Greet Package / Pre-sale tickets go up this Thursday! General public tickets go on sale this Friday at 12PM in your city!
K. Michelle is ready to take her many issues on tour with the announcement of her “Hello Kimberly” tour in support of her latest album, More Issues Than Vogue. The singer and star of VH1’s K. Michelle: My Life took to Instagram to share the news with her fans.
“Let’s go Rebels,” she wrote. “Y’all have been asking and it’s officially tour time! I can’t wait to see everyone on the #HelloKimberlyTour for my third #1 album #MoreIssuesThanVogue starting this July! Y’all always sell out and show out! Third time’s the charm! I’m ready to have some fun!”
She also took to Twitter to announce the tour news, tweeting, “I can’t wait to see y’all on the #HelloKimberlyTour!”
As she mentioned, her critically-acclaimed third album, More Issues Than Vogue, hit No. 1 on the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 Chart, propelled by the singles, “Not A Little Bit” and “Ain’t You.”
The tour kicks off on July 12 in Boston and will hit major cities like St. Louis, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Detroit, Nashville, Atlanta and Las Vegas. The trek wraps up o Aug. 14 in Los Angeles.
Pre-sale tickets will be available on Thursday (May 19) prior to the general public tickets, which go on sale this Friday (May 20).
Check out the “Hello Kimberly” tour dates below.
July 12: Boston, Mass. | House of Blues
July 14: Richmond, Va. | The National
July 15: Norfolk, Va. | The Norva
July 16: St. Louis, Mo. | Scottrade Center (Radio Show)
July 19: Philadelphia, Pa. | The Fillmore
July 20: Baltimore, Md. | Ram’s Head Live!
July 21: Washington, D.C. | The Fillmore
July 23: Detroit, Mich. | Chene Park
July 27: Nashville, Tenn. | Marathon Music Works
July 28: Greensboro, N.C. | Cone Denim Center
July 29: Raleigh, N.C. | The Ritz Theatre
July 30: Myrtle Beach, S.C. | House of Blues
July 31: Atlanta, Ga. | Fox Theatre
Aug. 2: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. | Revolution Live
Aug. 5: Dallas, Texas | House of Blues
Aug. 6: San Antonio, Texas | The Aztec Theater
Aug. 7: Houston, Texas | House of Blues
Aug. 12: Las Vegas, Nev. | House of Blues
Aug. 13: Phoenix, Ariz. | Celebrity Theatre
Aug. 14: Los Angeles, Calif. | The Novo