Demi Lovato Announces 2018 Tour

Demi Lovato is getting ready for a slew of North American dates with DJ Khaled.

Demi Lovato
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– Demi Lovato
Global Citizen Festival, Great Lawn @ Central Park, New York City

The tour announcement follows the release of Lovato’s latest album, Tell Me You Love Me. The LP debuted in first place on the iTunes album chart in the U.S. and features the single, “Sorry Not Sorry.” DJ Khaled’s tenth studio album, Grateful, also dropped earlier this year.  

The routing kicks off Feb 26. at the Viejas Arena in San Diego. The pop star will make 20 stops, including Dallas, Detroit, Boston and Nashville, before the tour wraps up at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla., March 21.

Citi card members will have access to a special presale beginning Oct 30. There will also be presales for The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Fabletics starting Oct. 31 and for Ulta starting Nov 1. An additional YouTube presale begins Nov. 2. General tickets go on sale Nov. 3.

Fans can resister with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan Program to ensure tickets stay out of the hands of scalpers.

Pollstar’s box office has the pop star selling an average of 5,153 tickets per show, with an average gross above $249,000.  

Lovato also has upcoming sets on the iHeartradio Jingle Ball Tour. Visit her Pollstar artist page to see where else she’s going.