Sara Bareilles fans should be very excited to hear that the singer-songwriter is getting back on the tour bus. The popular performer announced a new tour along with the unveiling of her new “I Choose You” music video. Sara Bareilles will hit quite a few U.S. cities this summer, the Little Black Dress headlining tour was confirmed earlier today with tickets going on sale this week.
 
So far 24-dates have been announced, but more may be added as ticket-sales run. Everything is set to begin on July 10 in Chicago, if you are looking for pre-sale tickets they will start on Tuesday (yeah tomorrow May 6) and general tickets will go on sale on Friday.
 
On the road, depending on when you see her, Emily King, Hannah Georgas and Lucius will be the  supporting acts. This is just as Bareilles’ third studio album, “The Blessed Unrest,” was nominated for album of the year at the Grammy Awards this past January. Her latest hit “Brave” broke the Top 40 hit on the Hot 100 chart, and her new music video for “I Choose You.” can be seen below
 

 
The Little Black Dress tour Dates:

  • July 10: Chicago, IL Chicago Theater
  • July 11: Cleveland, OH Jacob’s Pavilion
  • July 12: Charlottesville, VA nTelos Wireless Pavilion
  • July 14: Vienna, VA Wolf Trap
  • July 15: Boston, MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
  • July 16: Philadelphia, PA Mann Music Center
  • July 19: New York, NY Theater at MSG
  • July 20: Lewiston, NY Artpark
  • July 22: Raleigh, NC Red Hat
  • July 23: Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Amphitheater
  • July 25: Hollywood, Florida Seminole Hard Rock Casino
  • July 26: St. Augustine, FL St. Augustine Amphitheater
  • July 28: Charlotte, NC Time Warner Amphitheater
  • July 29: Cincinnati, OH PNC Pavilion
  • July 30: Nashville, TN Woods at Fontanell
  • Aug. 1: Lincoln, NE Pinewood Bowl
  • Aug. 2: Littleton, CO Denver Botanical Gardens – Chatfield
  • Aug. 3: Salt Lake City, UT Salt Air
  • Aug. 5: Seattle, WA Marymoor Park
  • Aug. 6: Portland, OR Edgefield
  • Aug. 8: Reno, NV Silver Legacy Casino
  • Aug. 9: San Diego, CA OAT
  • Aug. 11: Los Angeles, CA Greek Theater
  • Aug. 14: Berkeley, CA Greek Theater