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Beabadoobee Reveals Tour to North America This Fall

After she dropped her newest album, Beatopia, Beabadoobee revealed she would go on tour this fall in North America. 

The shows – happening in October, November, and December – will see backing from Dirty Hit labelmates Lowertown. See the complete list of Beabadoobee’s schedule below. 

A Few Facts About Beabadoobee

Beabadoobee is known as Beatrice Laus by birth. She is a Filipino-British singer-songwriter. 

She has released five extended plays under Dirty Hit from 2018 to 2021: 2018’s Dirty Lice and Patched Up, 2019’s Space Cadet and Loveworm, and 2021’s Our Extended Play. She also released her debut album in 2020, titled Fake It Flowers

Beabadoobee has been a supporting act for labelmates 1975 on numerous shows of their Music of Cars Tour and Clairo on her Immunity Tour. 

She earned a nomination at the 2020 Brit Awards for the Rising Star Award and was given the Radar Award at the 2020 NME Awards. 

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Beabadoobee: 

July

07-22 Portland, ME – Thompson’s Point 

 07-23 Newport, RI – Fort Adams State Park 

 07-26 New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall 

 07-27 Lewiston, NY – Artpark Amphitheater 

 07-29 Cooperstown, NY – Brewery Ommegang 

 07-30 Montreal, Quebec – Osheaga Fest

August

 08-09 Gothenburg, Sweden – Way Out West Festival

 08-10 Budapest, Hungary – Sziget Festival

 08-11 Oslo, Norway – Øyafestivalen 2022

 08-20 Tokyo, Japan – Summer Sonic Festival

 08-21 Osaka, Japan – Summer Sonic Festival

 08-24 Zurich, Switzerland – Zurich Openair Festival

 08-25 Paris, France – Rock en Seine Festival

 08-26 Leeds, England – Leeds Festival

 08-28 Reading, England – Reading Festival

September

 09-07 Auckland, New Zealand – Powerstation

 09-09 Sydney, Australia – Enmore Theatre

 09-10 Melbourne, Australia – Forum

 09-11 Brisbane, Australia – The Tivoli

October

 10-04 Dublin, Ireland – Olympia Theatre

 10-05 Belfast, Northern Ireland – Ulster Hall

 10-07 Bristol, England – O2 Academy Bristol

 10-08 Norwich, England – UEA

 10-10 Nottingham, England – Rock City

 10-11 Newcastle upon Tyne, England – NX

 10-13 Manchester, England – Manchester Academy

 10-14 Sheffield, England – Foundry

 10-17 Brighton, England – Chalk

 10-18 Southampton, England – Engine Rooms

 10-19 London, England – O2 Academy Brixton

 10-25 Washington, D.C. – 9:30 Club 

 10-28 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel 

 10-29 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer 

 10-31 Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse 

November

 11-01 Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly 

 11-02 St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Landing 

 11-03 Orlando, FL – Beacham Theater 

 11-05 New Orleans, LA – Republic NOLA 

 11-06 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall

 11-07 Dallas, TX – Granada Theater 

 11-08 Austin, TX – Emo’s 

 11-10 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater 

 11-11 Phoenix, AZ – The Van Buren 

 11-12 Los Angeles, CA – The Novo 

 11-14 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory 

 11-15 San Francisco, CA – Regency Ballroom 

 11-19 Mexico City, Mexico – Corona Capital

 11-21 Seattle, WA – Moore Theater 

 11-22 Vancouver, British Columbia – Commodore Ballroom 

 11-23 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater 

 11-25 Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot 

 11-26 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall 

 11-28 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue

 11-29 Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre 

December

 12-01 Toronto, Ontario – History 

 12-02 Montreal, Quebec – Club Soda 

 12-03 Albany, NY – Empire Live 

 12-04 Boston, MA – Roadrunner

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