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Karan Aujla Playing Arenas On First-Ever Canadian Tour in 2024

The It Was All A Dream wold tour will kick off on August 10 at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena before heading to Rogers Place in Edmonton and Rogers Arena in Vancouver. It's the latest sign of the Punjabi-Canadian star's meteoric rise.

Karan Aujla at the 2024 Juno Awards in Halifax

Karan Aujla at the 2024 Juno Awards in Halifax

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Karan Aujla just got a big Canadian accolade, and he's following it up with a big Canadian tour.

After performing and winning the Fan Choice award at the Junos last month, the India-born, B.C.-based star has now announced three arena concerts. "If you are dreaming, make sure you dream big," the artist said at the award ceremony, and he's showing it with his live performance plans.


Aujla's It Was All A Dream tour will kick off on August 10, 2024 in Toronto at Scotiabank Arena. He'll also play August 15 at Rogers Place in Edmonton and August 17 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.

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Those are all major venues for his official first tour of Canada, but it's not a surprise if you've been following the Billboard Canada cover star's career over the past year.

Making Memories, his album with producer Ikky, was the highest-charting Punjabi album debut in the history of the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, and it's since had over 1 billion streams. He followed it with Street Dreams, a collaborative project with Indian rapper DIVINE that hit No. 22 on the albums chart. Aujla has big numbers in Canada and around the world, with two of his videos appearing on YouTube Canada's most popular music videos of 2023 list.

It Was All A Dream is billed as a world tour, and Live Nation promises more dates to be announced for 2024 and 2025. But the arena level shows in Canada show the continued rise of the Punjabi Wave.

Tickets go on presale starting April 10 and are on sale to the general public on Friday, April 12 at 10 am EDT at ticketmaster.ca.

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