Hayley Kiyoko Announces UK, Europe & US ‘Panorama’ Tour
Celebrating her critically acclaimed sophomore album, Panorama, trailblazing pop star Hayley Kiyoko will embark on The Panorama Tour this spring.
Produced by Live Nation, the global headline run kicks off overseas on 5 April and travels through to 2 June with 24 North American stops including The Wiltern in Los Angeles on 16 May and Irving Plaza in New York City on 30 May.
Co-written by Hayley and produced by Kiyoko, Danja (Beyoncé, Britney Spears) and Pat Morrisey & Kill Dave, the transformative 12-track album, highlighted by lead singles, For The Girls, Chance and Found My Friends, received rave reviews from The New York Times, FADER, Billboard, SPIN, PAPER, V Magazine, Variety, Entertainment Weekly and more. The trailblazing musician, adoringly called “Lesbian Jesus” by her legion of fans, also graced the cover of Teen Vogue’s Music issue and was declared Artist Of The Year by Out Magazine as she covered the esteemed Out100 issue.
Kiyoko has become one of the most celebrated pop artists since releasing her debut album Expectations, which — according to Rolling Stone, placed her “at the forefront of an unapologetically queer pop movement.” In #20GAYTEEN, the multi-hyphenate performer was nominated for two VMAs and won “Push Artist Of The Year.”
Since her 2015 debut, Hayley has amassed over 1B global streams and over 2.28M YouTube subscribers, accrued over 840M lifetime YouTube views, and sold-out numerous venues across the country and abroad. Lauded as one of “The 21st Century’s Most Influential Women Musicians” by NPR, Hayley inspires her community through nuanced storytelling and lyricism, encouraging hope as her resounding message.
This year, Hayley will debut her first novel, a coming-of-age romance based on her breakthrough hit song and viral video, Girls Like Girls, available for pre-order now and arriving on 30 May.
Hayley Kiyoko’s ‘The Panorama’ Tour dates are as follows:
5 April: Glasgow, UK — SWG3 – Galvanizers
7 April: Manchester, UK — Manchester Academy 2
9 April: London, UK — KOKO
11 April: Brussels, BE — Ancienne Belgique
13 April: Amsterdam, NL — Melkweg Max
15 April: Cologne, DE — Carlswerk Victoria
16 April: Paris, FR — Élysée Montmartre
18 April: Zurich, CH — Komplex 457
20 April: Munich, DE — TonHalle
27 April: Orlando, FL — House of Blues Orlando
28 April: Atlanta, GA — Buckhead Theatre
29 April: Raleigh, NC — The Ritz
1 May – Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works
3 May: Detroit, MI — Saint Andrew’s Hall
4 May: Chicago, IL — House of Blues Chicago
5 May: Minneapolis, MN — Varsity Theater
8 May: Denver, CO — Summit
9 May: Salt Lake City, UT — The Depot
11 May: Seattle, WA — Neptune Theatre
12 May: Portland, OR — McMenamin’s Crystal Ballroom
13 May: Vancouver, BC — Commodore Ballroom
15 May: San Francisco, CA — The Fillmore
16 May: Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern
18 May: Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren
20 May: Austin, TX — Emo’s Austin
21 May: Dallas, TX — The Echo Lounge & Music Hall
22 May: Houston, TX — House of Blues Houston
25 May: Philadelphia, PA — Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia
27 May: Toronto, ON — The Danforth Music Hall
28 May: Montreal, QC — Théâtre Corona
30 May: New York, NY — Irving Plaza
1 June: Boston, MA — House of Blues Boston
2 June: Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore Silver Spring