Miley Cyrus announced her “Bangerz Tour” on “Saturday Night Live” last month, and has now announced the dates for the tour.
The jaunt is scheduled to kick off on Valentines Day (February 14) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada before coming to the United States February 16 in Tacoma, Washington.
The 38-stop tour is scheduled to hit Los Angeles; Chicago; Dallas; Denver; and Brooklyn, New York before ending in Uniondale, New York on April 24.
Miley’s Bangerz album topped the charts of Billboard’s Top 200 in its first week of sales in September, taking the #1 spot in front of Drake’s Nothing Was The Same and Pusha T’s My Name Is My Name.
In September, Mike WiLL Made-It spoke about Cyrus’ raps.
“I look at her like how I do music,” Mike WiLL Made-It said in an interview with Complex. “She is a fan of all music, just like I am. A lot of times, older people don’t get the new generation. The new generation will listen to a Pop song, a hard-ass hood song, and come back and listen to another Pop song. ‘23‘ is a representation of that and for those people. But, for the people that are stuck in only the Hip Hop box or only the Pop box, that song wasn’t for them. Or it’s there to break them out of their box. The fact that anybody would say anything to her about rapping, the only reason they would say that is because she’s White. And I never knew you had to be Black, White, Asian, or whatever to rap, I thought you had to just be talented. With rapping, that’s just another form of expressing your music. Whether you’re going to rap, you’re going to sing, it’s whatever you want. She still sings on that song, so it’s just another way to express it. It’s just a good song. As long as it’s good, nothing matters. She does her thing. As far as rapping goes, as long as you are telling the truth and you have a good flow, then you win.”
This is her first tour promoting her new album, Bangerz. Tickets are slated to go on sale November 16 through Live Nation.
The “Bangerz Tour” dates are as follows.
2.14 Vancouver, BC Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
2.16 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome
2.20 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
2.22 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
2.24 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
2.25 San Jose, CA SAP Center
2.27 Phoenix, AZ US Airways Center
3.1 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
3.4 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
3.6 Omaha, NE CenturyLink Center
3.9 Milwaukee, MI BMO Harris Bradley Center
3.10 St. Paul, MI Xcel Energy Center
3.12 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
3.13 Tulsa, OK BOK Center
3.15 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
3.16 Houston, TX Toyota Center
3.18 New Orleans, CA New Orleans Arena
3.20 Tampa, FL American Airlines Arena
3.24 Orlando, FL Amway Center
3.25 Atlanta, CA Philips Arena
3.29 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
3.31 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
4.2 Boston, MA TD Garden
4.3 East Rutherford, NJ IZOD Center
4.5 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
4.7 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena
4.8 Raleigh, NC PNC Arena
4.10 Washington, DC Verizon Center
4.12 Detroit, MI The Palace Of Auburn Hills
4.13 Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center
4.15 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
4.16 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center
4.19 Louisville, KY KFC YUM@ Center
4.22 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
4.24 Uniondale, NY Nassau Veterans War Memorial Coliseum