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06 October 2022

Paramore Announce South American Headline Tour For 2023

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Paramore have announced a South American headline tour for 2023. You can check out all the dates below.

The Hayley Williams-fronted trio detailed their long-awaited sixth album This Is Why last month and released its title track. Last weekend, the band hit the road in North America for a run of theatre shows.

Williams and company have now confirmed that they’ll be heading to South America next March. Paramore are scheduled to perform in Peru (2 March), Chile (5), Argentina (7), Brazil (9/11) and Colombia (14).

“(H)ola South America. We’re coming back,” the group wrote on social media. “Stay tuned for more information on when tickets go on sale.”

Paramore have played two shows so far on their current tour. At the first gig in California, the trio’s previously axed hit ‘Misery Business’ made an unexpected return to the setlist. The band’s next concert will take place tonight (October 6) in Omaha, Nebraska.

Meanwhile, Hayley Williams has confirmed that Paramore “already have the plan” in place for a UK headline tour.

“We just have such a cool relationship with our fans around the world, but there is something really special about the UK, and the lineage of bands that are from there. I can’t wait – it won’t be long,” she explained.

“I cannot wait for people to find out who we’re playing with and what we’re gonna do. I’m just so excited to get back over there. You can’t believe it, how excited I am.”

Paramore are set to release This Is Why – the follow-up to 2017’s After Laughter – on February 10, 2023 via Atlantic.

Paramore play the following South American shows in 2023:

2 March: Arena Peru, Lima, Peru
5 March: Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile
7 March: Movistar Arena, Buenos Aires, Argentina
9 March: Qualistage, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
11 March: Centro Esportivo Tietre, Sao Paolo, Brazil
14 March: TBA, Bogota, Colombia.

Pre-order This Is Why  here.

 

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