SZA Brings ‘The S.O.S. Tour’ To Europe, Expands North American Dates

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LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 09: (Editorial Use Only) SZA performs on the main stage during Wireless Festival at Finsbury Park on July 09, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Joseph Okpako/WireImage)

SZA can’t keep up with demand. Her record-breaking album S.O.S. led to 17 sold-out dates for the first leg of her North American tour, and she’s now unveiling 31 new dates.

The first ten new dates have SZA working her way through Europe with stops in Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, London, Dublin and more. RAYE will join SZA as support for nearly every show, with the exception being June 11 at Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany. The shows kick off on June 1 at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam before wrapping up on June 21 at Dublin’s 3Arena.

From there, SZA will return to the United States for the second leg of “The S.O.S. North American Tour” on Sept. 20 in Miami at Kaseya Center. She’s expanded from her initial 17 North American dates with an added 21 stops through Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, Nashville, Las Vegas and more before wrapping up at Phoenix’s Footprint Center on Oct. 29.

Highlights from the first leg on “The S.O.S. Tour” North America” ” included two sold-out nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City on March 4 and 5, grossing $3.3 million, according to reports submitted to Pollstar‘s Boxoffice. SZA also made a splash in Boston, grossing $1.7 million at TD Garden on Feb. 28. Her March 7 date at State Farm Arena in Atlanta also sold out, grossing $1.3 million.

In January, SZA’s team spoke to Pollstar for a cover story highlighting her new era. From her humble beginnings selling t-shirts to her now-manager, Terrence “Punch” Henderson to breaking records left and right and becoming the first female R&B artist to spend her first five weeks on the Billboard 200 since 1993.

Tickets for the European dates start with a local presale on April 12 at 10 a.m. local time. General onsale for remaining tickets will begin April 14 at 12 p.m. local time.

Tickets for North American dates begin with a Live Nation presale on April 13 at 10 a.m. ocal time. General onsale tickets begins April 14 at 12 p.m. local time.

“The S.O.S. Tour” European dates
06/01 — Ziggo Dome — Amsterdam, Netherlands*
06/05 — Accor Arena — Paris, France*
06/07 — Hallenstadion — Zurich, Switzerland*
06/09 — Mercedes-Benz Arena — Berlin, Germany*
06/11 — Lanxess Arena — Cologne, Germany
06/13 — AO Arena — Manchester, UK*
06/15 — OVO Hydro — Glasgow, UK*
06/17 — The O2 — London, UK*
06/18 — The O2 — London, UK*
06/21 — 3Arena — Dublin, Ireland*
*With support from RAYE

“The S.O.S. Tour” North American leg two
09/20 — Kaseya Center — Miami, FL
09/22 — Amalie Arena — Tampa, FL
09/24 — Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN
09/26 — Wells Fargo Center — Philadelphia, PA^
09/28 — CFG Bank Arena — Baltimore, MD
09/30 — TD Garden — Boston, MA
10/01 — Prudential Center — Newark, NJ
10/04 — Scotiabank Arena — Toronto, ON
10/06 — Barclays Center — Brooklyn, NY
10/07 — Barclays Center — Brooklyn, NY
10/10 — United Center — Chicago, IL
10/11 — Enterprise Center — St. Louis, MO
10/14 — Toyota Center — Houston, TX
10/15 — AT&T Center — San Antonio, TX
10/18 — Ball Arena — Denver, CO
10/19 — Vivint Arena — Salt Lake City, UT
10/22 — Arena — Los Angeles, CA
10/23 — Arena — Los Angeles, CA
10/26 — Chase Center — San Francisco, CA
10/28 — T-Mobile Arena —Las Vegas, NV
10/29 — Footprint Center — Phoenix, AZ
^Rescheduled date from leg one without Omar Apollo