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The Kid Laroi Announces The First Time 2024 North American Tour: Here Are the Dates

Glaive and Chase Shakur will serve as openers for the 31-date trek.

THE KID LAROI

THE KID LAROI

ADAM KARGENIAN

The Kid Laroi is hitting the road. In celebration of his November album The First Time, the 20-year-old singer-songwriter has announced plans to embark on a North American tour, unveiling all 31 dates on social media Monday (March 25).

The Australian musician will kick off the North American leg May 18 in Vancouver, B.C., after which he’ll travel through Seattle, Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York City, Toronto and more cities in the States and Canada. After about two months, Laroi will conclude with a show in Omaha July 10.


Glaive and Chase Shakur are on board to serve as openers for the trek. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. local time (March 29) on Live Nation’s website.

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“NORTH AMERICA I AM GOING ON TOUR!!!!!!” the musician wrote on Instagram, unveiling a poster for the First Time Tour. “I am so beyond excited to see you guys & give you this new show. it’s been way too long. 🖤”

Prior to the North American leg, Laroi will bring his tour to Europe, as announced in January. Supported by special guest Sam Tompkins, the musician will perform tracks from The First Time — which debuted at No. 26 on the Billboard 200 — in Stockholm, London, Berlin, Paris, Milan and more.

The latest touring news follows Laroi’s Amazon documentary Kids Are Growing Up: A Story About a Kid Named Laroi, which premiered Feb. 29 on Prime Video. The film features words from his “Stay” collaborator Justin Bieber and Post Malone, with the “Without You” artist reflecting on his whirlwind rise to fame in 2022.

See the The Kid Laroi’s tour announcement and North American dates below.

This article first appeared on Billboard U.S.

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