Nelly Furtado’s Indestructible Tour Dates

Nelly Furtado has plotted out a January tour through the provinces to go along with her new album. The dates represent the Canadian singer’s first major excursion since 2010 and her first tour through her native country since 2007.

Released in September, The Spirit Indestructible is the first English-language studio album Furtado has put out since 2006’s Loose.

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In a statement on her website, Furtado explained that after touring in support of 2009’s Mi Plan she wasn’t so sure about singing in English again.

“I was seriously considering retiring from my career as a pop musician and pursuing other music-related and creative endeavors.

“Slowly, but surely, I began to record again and eventually found a new freedom within my voice and an overwhelming sense of excitement about making pop music. That is the excitement you hear on The Spirit Indestructible. … All of these songs have incredible meaning to me and were written in moments of intense personal growth. Overall, I would describe this album as raw and honest – a friendly punch in the face.

“These tracks combine hard beats with strong, dynamic, sometimes pretty vocals. It’s overall, quite a simple, at times juvenile album that was very liberating to create and gave me immense joy.”

The Spirit Indestructible Tour begins Jan. 8 in Furtado’s hometown of Victoria, British Columbia. The last stop is Jan. 30 in Montreal. All dates feature special guests Dylan Murray and Jessica Tyler.

Check out the routing below:

Jan. 8 – Victoria, British Columbia, Save On Foods Memorial Centre    
Jan. 9 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Orpheum    
Jan. 12 – Calgary, Alberta, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium    
Jan. 14 – Medicine Hat, Alberta, The Esplanade    
Jan. 15 – Edmonton, Alberta, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium    
Jan. 18 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, MTS Centre    
Jan. 19 – Thunder Bay, Ontario, Thunder Bay Community Auditorium    
Jan. 21 – Ottawa, Ontario, National Arts Centre    
Jan. 24 – Toronto, Ontario, Sony Centre For The Performing Arts    
Jan. 26 – Windsor, Ontario, Caesars Windsor “The Colosseum”    
Jan. 28 – Hamilton, Ontario, Hamilton Place Theatre    
Jan. 29 – Kitchener, Ontario, Centre In The Square    
Jan. 30 – Montreal, Quebec, St. Denis Theatre 1

Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. local time.

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