There’s going to be a whole lot of California dreaming going on this summer because Katy Perry has announced the dates for the North American part of the California Dreams world tour.
Katy Perry is bringing the California Dreams world tour to North America and it begins just in time for some summer fun. We can feel the beach balls and bikini tops now.
Perry is going all-out for the 41-city tour which will launch on June 7 in the dirty South — Atlanta. Hotlanta is sure to give Perry a warm summer welcome. She’s even preparing to treat her hometown fans of Santa Barbara, California to two show-stopping performances.
The singer’s North American California Dreams tour will run through August 7.
The California Dreams tour itself officially kicks off on February 20, all the way in Lisbon, Portugal. She’ll be visiting much of Europe, Australia and Japan before she finally stops to give American fans the show of their life. It’s Katy Perry, come on.
The fresh young star isn’t just preparing to become a touring machine. Katy Perry is also getting set to take the Grammy Awards stage on February 13 for a special performance where she is nominated for four awards.
Are you excited for a Katy Perry North American tour? We know we are. Check back with SheKnows for more on Katy Perry and our take on what we know will be a great night for her at the Grammys.
California Dreams Tour Dates
June 7: Atlanta, Arena at Gwinnett Center
June 9: Orlando, UCF Arena
June 10: Tampa, St. Pete Times Forum
June 11: Ft. Lauderdale, Bank Atlantic Center
June 14: Raleigh, RBC Center
June 15: Columbia, Merriweather Post Pavilion
June 17: Uniondale, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
June 18: Boston, TD Garden
June 19: Newark, Prudential Center
June 22: Uncasville, Mohegan Sun Arena
June 23: Pittsburgh, Petersen Events Center
June 24: Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
June 28: Detroit, Palace of Auburn Hills
June 30: Toronto, Air Canada Centre
July 2: Montreal, Bell Centre
July 3: Ottawa, ScotiaBank Place
July 5: Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
July 7: Milwaukee, Marcus Amphitheater — Milwaukee Summerfest
July 8: Chicago, Allstate Arena
July 9: St. Paul, Xcel Energy Center
July 13: Regina, Brandt Centre
July 14: Winnipeg, MTS Centre
July 16: Calgary, Scotiabank Saddledome — Calgary Stampede
July 17: Edmonton, Rexall Place
July 19: Vancouver, Rogers Arena
July 20: Seattle, Key Arena at Seattle Center
July 22: Portland, Rose Garden Arena
July 23: Boise, Taco Bell Arena
July 25: Salt Lake City, Energy Solutions Arena
July 26: Denver, 1st Bank Center
July 28: Dallas, Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
July 29: Houston, Toyota Center
July 30: Austin, Frank Erwin Center
August 3: Phoenix, Comerica Theatre
August 5: Los Angeles, Nokia Theatre LA Live
August 12: San Jose, HP Pavilion
August 13: Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Bowl
August 14: Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Bowl