One of the biggest pop singers in the world, Katy Perry has just revealed her plans to head out on an exciting new tour. This tour will be known as the Prismatic Tour and it will bring the raven-haired singer to concert venues across the country. In January of 2014, Katy Perry took the stage to reveal her plans for her upcoming tour event, revealing that the massive outing would officially kick off on June 22nd.
Upon revealing the specifics of the tour the “Dark Horse” singer revealed she will be visiting 46 different cities, starting in Raleigh, North Carolina and then traveling throughout the country to some of the biggest cities in the United States. When choosing the stops for this massive tour, the singer revealed that she will be stopping at some cities she has never visited before, per the video requests of her fans. Some of the big stops along the way include Atlanta, New York, Pittsburgh, Boston, Philadelphia and more. This is the third headlining concert tour for the singer.
This new tour is designed to once again be a colorful, over-the-top show much like the previous tours the singer has become so well known for. The singer will also be joined by a collection of different opening acts that are some of her favorite performers in the industry right now. The announcement revealed that Tegan and Sara, Kacey Musgraves and Capital Cities will all be joining Perry on her new tour event, and performing before the singer takes the stage. The singer designed the stage herself, in an effort to get closer to her fans than ever and to give the fans a more up close and personal concert experience.
This new live tour event will feature singles from the singer’s latest album, titled “Prism” as well as some of her other big hits from her long and successful career in the industry. Tickets for this massive tour event are on sale for those who want to see Perry take the stage in this new concert. Fans who want to see all of the action live are encouraged to act fast as this singer is known for selling out arenas fast.Google+