Sasha Colby Announces ‘Stripped Tour,’ Releases Debut Single


After winning “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and being crowned as “America’s Next Drag Superstar,” Sasha Colby is releasing her debut single, “Feel the Power,” on Oct. 20 and announced an accompanying tour kicking off February 2024.

The “Stripped Tour,” promoted by Live Nation and featuring 22 dates across North America marks the first time the company is promoting shows with a former contestant on “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”

“I could not be more thrilled than to set out on this tour with Live Nation,” Colby said in a statement. “The fans have been incredibly supportive through my journey over the past year, and many of them have been supporting me for decades, so I am extremely grateful and excited to have the opportunity to see them, connect with them and perform for them across North America in 2024. I also can’t wait to perform ‘Feel the Power’ live! It’s going to be such an incredible show.”

The dates begin in Calgary, Alberta on Feb. 29 with further stops in Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, Nashville, New York City, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago and more. Colby’s debut trek wraps up on April 19 in Honolulu, Hawaii. All shows with the exception of dates in Boston and Chicago are promoted by Live Nation.

“As a performer over the last two decades, recording music feels like the most natural next step for my journey as an artist,” Colby said in a statement. “I have been dreaming of this moment for as long as I can remember and it has been a privilege to work with Glovibes and Luciana to create a song that not only embodies all that I love with music, but what I’ve seen the audience love too: dancing, disco, personal power and the freedom of expression. Music unites us in our shared human experience and ‘Feel the Power’ invites us all to the dance floor — exactly as we are — to let go of our troubles and enjoy life.”

An artist presale has already begun, with tickets going onsale to the general public starting Oct. 20 at 9 a.m. ET.

Sasha Colby “Stripped Tour” Dates
2/29 — Bella Concert Hall — Calgary, AB
3/01 — Commodore Ballroom — Vancouver, BC
3/07 — Palace of Fine Arts — San Francisco, CA
3/08 — The Van Buren — Phoenix, AZ
3/09 — Palace Theatre — Los Angeles, CA
3/14 — House of Blues — Houston, TX
3/16 — House of Blues — Dallas, TX
3/17 — Emo’s — Austin, TX
3/20 — Wilbur — Boston, MA*
3/21 — Fillmore — Philadelphia, PA
3/22 — Marathon Music Works — Nashville, TN
3/23 — Buckhead Theatre — Atlanta, GA
3/27 — Howard Theatre — Washington, DC
3/28 — Town Hall — New York, NY
3/29 — Theatre Beanfield — Montreal, QC
3/30 — Danforth Music Hall — Toronto, ON
4/04 — Saint Andrews Hall — Detroit, MI
4/06 — Thalia Hall — Chicago, IL*
4/07 — Fillmore — Minneapolis, MN
4/12 — Revolution Hall — Portland, OR
4/13 — Neptune Theatre — Seattle, WA
4/19 — Hawaii Theatre — Honolulu, HI