Lorde Philadelphia Tickets
Lorde completed a successful North American tour this March, performing in sixteen cities. But it seems that this quirky songstress from New Zealand can’t wait to get back on the road because she announced a new North American tour. The announcement was made by Lorde herself on Twitter, along with an official poster and a list of scheduled cities. One of these cities is Philadelphia where the 17 year old Grammy winner will be coming to perform at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts. This concert promises to be amazing, as is expected of Lorde’s every performance. Now is just the right time to buy Lorde Philadelphia tickets if you plan to attend it.
While fans were still relishing the time they had at Lorde’s recent tour, the songstress announced a new one and all her fandom got electrified once again. That’s right, North America will once again see this extraordinary pop star take on stages all over the country and leave fans dazzled in her wake. Her tour will kick off from Lollapalooza in August and conclude in October at the Austin City Limits Festival. One of her stops will also include Philadelphia where she will be giving her trademark amazing performance at The Mann Center for the Performing Arts. Bewitching in all-black and singing out one hit after another, Lorde Philadelphia concert is a must attend for all her fans.
Completely opposite from other pop contemporaries in appearance and style, the ‘Royals’ singer started her musical career with an EP, The Love Club. Her debut single “Royals” reached number one not only in New Zealand but also on the Billboard Hot 100. Her first album came out in 2013 titled Pure Heroine and turned out to be a big hit all over the world.
Lorde has won a number of awards including a Grammy for her song “Royals.” She is an immensely talented star and even more amazing when it comes to performing live – a proof of what fans will once again get to witness with this new tour. Get your Lorde Philadelphia tickets for this upcoming concert. You will regret not acting quickly enough when your friends are boasting of the wonderful time they had at the concert.