Shawn Mendes Saskatoon SK Tickets
Canadian Grammy nominated music artist Shawn Mendes is all set to bring his stadium tour to your city this summer. The event will take place at the SaskTel Centre and Shawn Mendes Saskatoon SK tickets are already started selling out. The newly announced date is among the sixteen new stops that were added to the North American leg of the singer’s world tour. The tour is in support of his third self-titled studio album and will have him perform songs such as Lost in Japan and In My Blood live.
Shawn Mendes began his music career in 2013 by posting a cover video on Vine. The six-minute clip of him singing with the guitar in his hand went viral in no time. He then posted his own original melodies alongside posting a mix of covers. The videos gained a lot of popularity on various social media outlets such as Twitter, YouTube, Vine and Instagram.
In the year 2014, Shawn Mendes treated the fans to his debut EP titled The Shawn Mendes. It debuted at the fifth spot on the US Billboard 200. Its single Life of the Party reached the 24th position on the Billboard 100. Shawn followed up its success with his debut LP Handwritten in 2015. It topped the albums chart and spawned one of the biggest hits of his career, Stitches. The same year he toured alongside famous singer Taylor Swift on her 1989 Tour and proved his ability to entertain a live audience.
In his career so far, Shawn Mendes has released three studio albums, the latest being his self-titled record that hit the stores in 2018. The Canadian singer and songwriter has announced a world tour in support of his latest album and will be making a stop in your city as part of the trek. If you are interested in attending his live concert, make sure you have your Shawn Mendes Saskatoon SK tickets booked in advance.
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