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KID LAROI'S GLOBAL ADVENTURE

Hours after performing “STAY” with Justin Bieber on the VMAs and playing a sold-out show at Irving Plaza, The Kid LAROI announced his first-ever headlining tour.

The END OF THE WORLD TOUR kicks off on 1/29 in Phoenix and stops 2/1 in Los Angeles and 2/27 in New York City. The Columbia Records artist will play 25 U.S. shows before heading to Europe; he wraps in Australia in June.

“It's always been a dream of mine to headline a global tour,” the Kid says. “I cannot wait to see my fans all around the world and give them something that they won't ever forget. It's been a long time coming." Tickets will go on sale Friday.

The Kid LAROI: End of the World Tour 2022 Dates

North America
Jan 29 – Phoenix – Arizona Federal Theatre

2/01 – Los Angeles – The Novo

2/03 – San Francisco – The Warfield

2/05 – Seattle –  ShowboxSoDo

2/07 – Salt Lake City – The Complex

2/08 – Denver – The Mission Ballroom

2/10 – Austin – Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater

2/11 – Houston – Bayou Music Center

2/12 – Dallas – The Bomb Factory

2/15 – Kansas City – Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland

2/16 – Minneapolis – Fillmore Minneapolis

2/17 – Milwaukee – Eagles Ballroom

2/19 – Chicago – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom

2/21 – Detroit – The Fillmore Detroit

2/23 – Toronto – HISTORY

2/24 – Montreal – MTELUS

2/27 – New York – Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom

3/01 – Boston – House of Blues Boston

3/02 – Philadelphia – The Fillmore Philadelphia

3/04 – Columbus, Ohio – EXPRESS LIVE! Indoors

3/05 – Pittsburgh – Stage AE Indoors

3/06 – Washington, D.C. – Echostage

3/08 – Miami – The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater

3/09 – Orlando – House of Blues Orlando

3/10 – Atlanta – Coca-Cola Roxy 

Europe/UK  
3/28 – Copenhagen – VEGA Main Hall

3/31 – Oslo – Sentrum Scene

4/02 – Stockholm – Fryshuset

4/04 – Berlin – Columbiahalle

4/05 – Offenbach – Stadthalle

4/06 – Munich – Muffathalle

4/08 – Milan – Fabrique 

4/10 – Zurich – X-Tra

4/11 – Cologne – E-Werk

4/13 – Esch-Sur-Alzette – Rockhal Mainhall 

4/14 – Paris – ElyseeMontmartre

4/16 – Amsterdam – Melkweg Max

4/17 – Tilburg – Poppodium 013

4/18 – Brussels – La Madeleine

4/20 – Manchester – Victoria Warehouse 

4/22 – London – O2 Academy Brixton

4/23 – Birmingham – O2 Academy 

4/27 – Glasgow – Academy

4/28 – Dublin – Olympia 

Australia /NZ 
5/26 – Sydney – Qudos Bank Arena 

5/30 – Perth – RAC Arena 

6/01 – Adelaide – Entertainment Centre 

6/03 – Melbourne – Rod Laver Arena 

6/06 – Brisbane – Riverstage

6/10 – Wellington – TSB Arena

6/11 – Auckland – Spark Arena 

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