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Acclaimed singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams sold out her upcoming headline tour, The Good Riddance Tour, in under an hour after tickets went on sale Friday morning. The sold-out  21 date tour hits 14 cities across North America  including Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Nashville and more. With Tiny Habits opening on all dates, the tour kicks off March 6th and runs through April 11th. Following The Good Riddance Tour, Abrams will join Taylor Swift on her blockbuster “The Eras Tour” across 30 different stadium shows across the country from April through August. See below for The Good Riddance Tour routing.

Before impressively selling out her tour on Friday morning, Abrams also released her new single, “Where do we go now?,” that day. The new single was featured in the highly coveted New York Times “Playlist” feature and Rolling Stone’s “Songs You Need To Know” playlist. “Where Do We go Now?”  showcases her ability to captivate an audience with her emotional depth as she reaches a new level of lyrical honesty. The single release was accompanied by a music video directed by Gia Coppola which Rolling Stone heralded, “Shifting between grayscale and soft tones, the visual echoes the song’s sense of unease and uncertainty”.

“Where do we go now?” will appear on Abrams’s highly anticipated debut album Good Riddance, out February 24 via Interscope Records. The single is just a preview of what’s to come with the full body of work. Produced by Aaron Dressner of The National, Good Riddance is filled with powerful, emotionally charged songs the fans are sure to love. Preorder the album here

The Good Riddance Tour:

March 6             Chicago, IL                      House of Blues

March 7             Chicago, IL                      House of Blues

March 9             Toronto, ON                   History

March 10          Montreal, QC                 MTELUS

March 12          Boston, MA                    House of Blues – Boston

March 14          New York, NY                 Irving Plaza

March 15          Brooklyn, NY                  Brooklyn Steel

March 17          Philadelphia, PA            Theatre of Living Arts

March 18          Washington, DC            Howard Theatre

March 20          Atlanta, GA                     The Eastern

March 21          Nashville, TN                  Marathon Music Works

March 22          Charlotte, NC                 The Fillmore

March 25          Austin, TX                        Emo’s Austin

March 26          Dallas, TX                        The Echo Lounge & Music Hall

March 29          Los Angeles, CA             The Fonda Theatre

March 30          Los Angeles, CA             The Fonda Theatre

April 5                Portland, OR                  McMenamins Crystal Ballroom

April 7                Seattle, WA                    The Showbox

April 8                Vancouver, BC               Vogue Theatre

April 10              San Francisco, CA         The Fillmore

April 11 Berkeley, CA The UC Theatre


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