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Mariah Carey is hitting the road.
The songstress announced her Caution World Tour, spanning 22 cities across North America next year to promote her upcoming 15th studio album “Caution,” which is set to release Nov. 16.
Carey will kick off her tour on Feb. 27 in Dallas and wrap up in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, on April 6. Live Nation said the singer “will get closer to the fans with her most intimate tour yet.”
Tickets go on sale first for Carey’s fan community, Honey B. Fly, on Oct. 23. The general public will have its turn at tickets starting Oct. 26. A purchase will also come with a digital or physical copy of “Caution” for residents in the U.S. and Canada, according to Live Nation.
Singles from her album include “With You,” “GTFO” and “The Distance.”
Here are all tour stops:
Dallas: The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Houston: Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
Biloxi, Mississippi: Beau Rivage Theatre
Atlanta: Fox Theatre
Louisville, Kentucky: The Louisville Palace presented by Cricket Wireless
Detroit: Fox Theatre
Indianapolis: Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
Chicago: The Chicago Theatre
Minneapolis: State Theatre
Milwaukee: Miller High Life Theatre
St Louis: Stifel Theatre
Pittsburgh: Benedum Center
Toronto: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Orillia, Ontario: Casino Rama Resort
Buffalo, New York: Shea’s Performing Arts Center
New York: Radio City Music Hall
Boston: Boch Center Wang Theatre
Atlantic City, New Jersey: Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
Washington: The Theater at MGM National Harbor
Philadelphia: Metropolitan Opera House
Wallingford, Connecticut: Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: Sands Bethlehem Event Center
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