Fifth Harmony Keeps Singing Around The World

Fifth Harmony won’t be working from home this fall. The girl group just added a batch of new dates to its European tour, along with a headline appearance at the VH1 Save The Music Foundation benefit.

Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke Hernandez, Normani Kordei, and Camila Cabello will be showing off tunes from their sophomore album, 7/27, which was released last month. Singles include “Work From Home” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) and “The Life.” The album is named after the fateful day the group formed on the second season of “The X Factor.”

Photo: Edison Graff
Pearl Concert Theater, Las Vegas, Nev.

Following a round of dates in Brazil in late June and early July, Fifth Harmony launches its North American tour July 27 – of course – in Manchester, N.H. The VH1 Save The Music Foundation’s third annual “Hamptons Live” benefit takes place a month later at a private residence in East Hampton, N.Y.

The nonprofit foundation is “dedicated to restoring instrumental music education programs in America’s public schools and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child’s complete education.” Since being founded in 1997, VH1 Save The Music Foundation has donated over $52 million worth of new music instruments to 1,964 public schools in 233 school districts across the U.S. Tickets for the Aug. 27 event, which also includes a DJ set from DJ Cassidy, are available now.

New stops added to the European trek include Dublin, Glasgow, London and Barcelona. Here is the routing, with the new dates bolded:

Oct. 4 – Dublin, Ireland, 3 Arena
Oct. 6 – Glasgow, Scotland, The SSE Hydro
Oct. 7 – Manchester, England, Manchester Arena
Oct. 8 – Cardiff, Wales, Motorpoint Arena Cardiff         
Oct. 10 – London, England, The O2 – London      
Oct. 11 – Nottingham, England, The Motorpoint Arena Nottingham    
Oct. 12 – Birmingham, England, Barclaycard Arena      
Oct. 14 – Barcelona, Spain, Sant Jordi Club         

Oct. 16 – Lisbon, Portugal, Campo Pequeno
Oct. 18 – Marseille, France, Le Dome           
Oct. 19 – Geneva, Switzerland, Geneva Arena         
Oct. 21 – Cologne, Germany Palladium       
Oct. 22 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Falconer Hall
Oct. 23 – Stockholm, Sweden, Annexet       
Oct. 24 – Oslo, Norway, Oslo Spektrum Arena ANS
Oct. 26 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Rockhal
Oct. 27 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Heineken Music Hall   
Oct. 29 – Merksem, Belgium, Lotto Arena   
Oct. 30 – Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion Zurich
Nov. 1 – Paris, France, Zenith Paris  
Nov. 2 – Munich, Germany, Zenith – Die Kulturhalle
Nov. 3 – Berlin, Germany, Columbiahalle     
Nov. 4 – Frankfurt, Germany, Jahrhunderthalle Frankfurt

A fan club presale for the new European dates begins June 28. Ireland’s general onsale begins June 30. Onsales for Spain have not been announced yet. The rest of the dates go on sale to the general public July 1.

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