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Ava Max Goes On Tour (Finally): See the North America Dates

Singer/songwriter Ava Max is ‘finally’ going on tour this summer. Following the release of her newest album of 2023, Diamonds and Dancefloors, back in January, the dance pop-star will start her first North America tour. Ava Max’s “On Tour (Finally)” was announced on her Instagram on April 3rd.

Ava Max Goes on Tour in North America 2023
Credit: Ava Max On Tour (Finally) poster

Max’s Tour Is All About Dancing

Months after releasing her second studio album, a milestone in itself, Ava Max is wrapping up shows in Europe before heading to her first-ever North America headlining tour. 2023 is raining with success for the 29-year-old pop star, and yet, she told Rolling Stone in an interview, “When I was in the studio, that was all I could write about: sad lyrics and what I went through. But I turned it into dance music.”

She and others just want to dance, and with this summer tour beginning at the end of May, fans everywhere will get the chance to dance through the sad lyrics together. Fans have known about this album since its announcement back in June of 2022, and she’s been touring since April of 2023. The Diamonds and Dancefloors era is nothing new, and yet one can never get tired of the fresh energy that it brings.

Tickets are already selling, so get yours here.

Stream Ava Max’s second studio album on Spotify.

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