According to promotion and celebration of upcoming album release Kesha will be touring across North America this spring. “The High Road Tour” will start in Sugarland on April 23 and finish in Windsor, Canada, on June 5. Kesha will be joined on the tour on select dates by Big Freedia. Get tickets now to see this singer and songwriter play at The Anthem on June 2.
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Kesha first entered the music scene with her debut album, “Animal,” which hit number one on the Billboard 200 and produced several hit songs including “Tik Tok” and “Your Love Is My Drug.” Her third studio album in 2017, “Rainbow,” also peaked at number one, with the lead single “Praying” charting at number 22 in the U.S.
Vibrant and outspoken, Kesha is ready to release her latest album, “High Road,” on Jan. 31. The record will cover a wide range of musical styles all the way from Kesha’s classic rap-dance style with some softer edges of pop thrown in. Two singles from the album, “My Own Dance” and “Raising Hell,” were released in 2019 to rave reviews.
About the upcoming album Kesha had this to say in a statement to Rolling Stone — “While shaking my ass at the stroke of midnight, ringing in the new year, new decade, with my new album coming this month, I thought to myself, ‘Damn. I think the best medicine for happiness and having a beautiful life is to celebrate it while I have it, with the people I love most. And ummm…shake my ass. As often as possible.’ So…this is my HIGH ROAD TOUR announce!!!”
Opening the show for Kesha is Big Freedia, who is a driving force behind electronic bounce music. She’ll be performing well known songs such as “Rent” and “Play.”
Buy tickets today to see Kesha perform at The Anthem at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2, with seats starting at just $72. Enter the promo code “PatchTickets10” to get 10 percent off.
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