Following her opening slot with Harry Styles at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena on Aug. 15 and 16, Madi Diaz will be hitting the road for a headlining tour of her own. The “Crying In Public Tour” will see Diaz hitting 17 cities in October and November.
Diaz’s newly announced dates will begin on Oct. 22 at The Basement East in Nashville. From there she will make stops in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Seattle, San Francisco and more before wrapping up at The Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles on Nov. 18.
Along with Diaz’s tour announcement, the singer released her new single, “Hangover,” alongside an accompanying music video. Last year, Diaz released her album History Of A Feeling on ANTI-, with “Hangover” serving as her first new single since the album came out in 2021. Earlier this year, she reimagined songs from History Of A Feeling with her EP, Same History, New Feelings.
“I wrote ‘Hangover’ with Jess Thomas and Drew Pearson when I was still feeling the lagging throws of heartbreak – the waking up in withdrawal, aching, reeling over a person and all the things that come after it’s over,” Diaz said of the song in a statement. “Sometimes it feels like you’re just stumbling around a city and in every corner there’s a memory. At every table in every restaurant some argument, on every street corner some kiss, at the 7 eleven some melt down. ‘Hangover’ is about bumping into that old feeling and reliving the less appealing side effects of not being in love with that person anymore.”
In addition to her upcoming shows with Harry Styles, Diaz will appear at the Newport Folk Festival and spend two nights opening for Jose Gonzalez in Salt Lake City and Arvada, Colo., on Aug. 29 and 30. Earlier this year, Diaz appeared with Waxahatchee for their shows in Buffalo, N.Y. and Toronto on Feb. 15 and 18. Diaz joined both Caamp and The Tallest Man On Earth on tour last fall.
Tickets for Diaz’s upcoming tour sale will go on sale July 15 at 10 a.m. local time.
Madi Diaz “Crying In Public Tour” Dates
10/22 – The Basement East – Nashville, TN
10/25 – DC9 Nightclub – Washington, DC
10/26 – Johnny Brenda’s – Philadelphia, PA
10/27 – Baby’s All Right – Brooklyn, NY
10/28 – Café 939 at Berklee – Boston, MA
10/30 – Petit Campus – Montreal, Quebec
11/03 – Beachland Tavern – Cleveland, OH
11/04 – Sleeping Village – Chicago, IL
11/06 – Turf Club – Minneapolis, MN
11/07 – Racoon Motel – Davenport, IA
11/09 – Globe Hall – Denver, CO
11/11 – Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT
11/12 – The Olympic – Boise, ID
11/14 – Tractor Tavern – Seattle, WA
11/15 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR
11/17 – The Chapel – San Francisco, CA
11/18 – The Moroccan Lounge – Los Angeles, CA