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Erykah Badu Announces Expansive Summer and Fall 2021 Tour

Erykah Badu performs during the Black on Both Sides 20th Anniversary concert at The Greek Theatre.

Photo by Tim Mosenfelder via Getty Images

Erykah Badu is hitting the road this year.

With stages across the country springing back to life, Erykah Badu is setting out to light them all ablaze.

The seminal Soulquarian has announced an 18-date run of live shows for this summer and fall. The tour commences in her hometown of Dallas on September 3rd, making a few stops in the midwest on the way to the east coast, where she’ll perform in Bridgeport, Atlantic City, New York City, and Portsmouth, before heading south in October and eventually closing out the sprint in Atlanta at the end of the month.

Like so many artists who bank on the revenue bump from the road, touring (and all of its financial benefit,) hit a full stop for Badu during the COVID-19 pandemic. But that didn’t keep her from making a handful of digital-only appearances during the lockdown and even running her own virtual concert series during the early days (weeks? months? years?) of the pandemic, hosting performances from Liv.e and Nick Hakim to celebrate the release of their respective 2020 projects.

Comb through Erykah Badu’s full touring schedule below and head over to Ticketmaster to secure your stubs.

Tour Dates:

September 3rd @ City Hall Plaza – Dallas, TX
September 10th @ Waterfront Park – Louisville, KY
September 11th @ Michigan Lottery Amphitheater – Sterling Heights, MI
September 18th @ Concord Pavilion – Concord, CA
September 22nd @ Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater – Bridgeport, CT
September 24th @ Mark G Etess Arena – Atlantic City, NJ
September 25th and 26th @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor – National Harbor, MD
September 29th @ Atlantic Union Bank Pavilion – Portsmouth, VA
September 30th @ Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY
October 3rd @ Zilker Park – Austin, TX
October 7th @ Smart Financial Centre – Sugar Land, TX
October 8th @ Zilker Park – Austin, TX
October 10th @ Tuscaloosa Amphitheater – Tuscaloosa, AL
October 13th @ Armory – Minneapolis, MN
October 15th @ Indiana Farmers Coliseum – Indianapolis, IN
October 20th @ Arizona Federal Theater – Phoenix, AZ
October 22nd @ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theater – San Diego, CA
October 30th @ State Farm Arena – Atlanta, GA

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