It’s a whole lot of money in this MF!
This fall, multiplatinum Boston-born and Los Angeles-based global artist BIA returns to the road to headline The Really Her Tour. The three-week jaunt kicks off on October 9 at The Belasco in Los Angeles, visits major markets across the country, stops in Boston on October 17 for a homecoming at the Paradise Rock Club, and concludes on October 30 in Santa Ana at The Observatory. Presenting a stacked bill with fellow female disruptors, Lakeyah and Lebra Jolie will support BIA on all dates.
Tickets are on sale HERE. Check out the full confirmed itinerary below!
Earlier this summer, BIA unveiled her acclaimed REALLY HER EP, which you can listen to here via EPIC Records. In its wake, she sat down with Billboard for an in-depth interview with the outlet. Meanwhile, BET spotlighted her in its “Art of the Come Up” series and New York Magazine’s The CUT highlighted her in “It Girl” series.
Most recently BIA took over the Beautycon stage on Day 2. Back in June, she took the BET Awards Show stage with Busta Rhymes for a showstopping performance of his single “BEACH BALL,” reeling in over 1 million YouTube views. Plus, she teamed up with Tones And I and Diarra Sylla on the Official FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 walkout anthem “BRING IT ON.” Last month, she shined on Tiësto’s dancefloor banger “BOTH”alongside 21 Savage, posting up 7 million Spotify streams and counting. BIA looks to continue her hot streak with The Really Her Tour next month!
BIA “The Really Her Tour” Dates:
10/9 Los Angeles, CA The Belasco
10/12 Denver, CO Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom
10/14 Chicago, IL Avondale
10/16 New York, NY Irving Plaza
10/17 Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
10/18 Philadelphia, PA Theater of Living Arts
10/20 Washington, D.C. The Fillmore Silver Spring
10/22 Atlanta, GA The Loft
10/24 Houston, TX Rise
10/25 Dallas, TX The Echo
10/27 Tucson, AZ Encore
10/29 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall
10/30 Santa Ana, CA Observatory
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