Dua Lipa sets North American ‘Future Nostalgia’ tour for 2022

Sept. 13 (UPI) — Dua Lipa will be embarking on a North American tour in support of her second studio album Future Nostalgia, starting in 2022.

The tour will begin Feb. 9 at the FTX Arena in Miami before wrapping up on April 1 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada.

Caroline Polachek and Lolo Zouaï are joining Lipa as special guests. Megan Thee Stallion will also be performing at Lipa’s concerts in Denver, Tulsa, Okla., and Phoenix.

Tickets go on sale at noon local time Friday through Ticketmaster.

Lipa will also be touring Europe in 2022. Future Nostalgia was released in March 2020 and includes the songs “Don’t Start Now” and “Levitating.”

“I’m so thrilled to tour again and see my angels in person! How amazing that we all get to dance and celebrate together once again. When I was writing Future Nostalgia, I imagined the songs being played in clubs on nights out with your mates. I’m so excited that this fantasy is finally coming true. I can’t wait to experience these songs with you together live!” Lipa said in a statement.

Here is the full list of dates for the tour:

Feb. 9 — Miami, FTX Arena

Feb. 11 — Orlando, Fla., Amway Center

Feb. 12 — Atlanta, State Farm Arena

Feb. 14 — Nashville, Bridgestone Arena

Feb. 16 — Charlotte, N.C., Spectrum Center

Feb. 18 — Boston, TD Garden

Feb. 19 — Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center

Feb. 22 — Montreal, Centre Bell

Feb. 23 — Toronto, Scotiabank Arena

Feb. 25 — Detroit, Little Caesars Arena

Feb. 26 — Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center

March 1 — New York, Madison Square Garden

March 2 — Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena

March 4 — Newark, N.J., Prudential Center

March 5 — Buffalo, N.Y., KeyBank Center

March 8 — Minneapolis, Target Center

March 9 — Chicago, United Center

March 12 — Houston, Toyota Center

March 13 — Dallas, American Airlines Center

March 15 — Denver, Ball Arena

March 17 — Tulsa, Okla., BOK Center

March 20 — Phoenix, Footprint Center

March 22 — Los Angeles, The Forum

March 25 — Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena

March 27 — San Jose, Calif., SAP Center

March 29 — Portland, Ore., Moda Center

March 31 — Seattle, Climate Pledge Arena

April 1 — Vancouver, Canada, Rogers Arena