NEW YORK, NY (June 16, 2022) – Platinum-selling singer, songwriter, and Gen Z pop king Conan Gray will return to the road for his biggest headline world tour. For North America, it kicks off on September 16 in Louisville, KY at The Louisville Palace Theater, visits major markets coast-to-coast including performances at numerous music festivals including Music Midtown, Firefly and Austin City Limits before concluding on October 25 in Las Vegas, NV at Brooklyn Bowl. A special fan presale goes live on Conan’s official site on Tuesday, June 21st at 10am local time. Fans can sign up for access via Conan’s official site. General on sale begins Friday, June 24th at 10am local time. Check out the full confirmed itinerary below.

The tour will be his first in support of his anxiously awaited second full-length album, Superache [Republic Records], out June 24, 2022. 

Pre-order/pre-save SuperacheHERE.

He recently amped up anticipation for Superache with “Yours.It has already amassed 10.2 million Spotify streams and 4.2 million YouTube views on the music video. Attracting widespread acclaim, Billboard named it one of “10 Cool New Pop Songs to Get You Through The Week” and raved, “On ‘Yours’, Conan Gray delivers a ballad so beautiful and lush it’s hard to believe the majority of it is built around his vocals and some keys.” Entertainment Tonight featured it, while UPROXX named Superache among, “The Most Anticipated Pop Albums of Summer 2022,and christened him “the rising king of pop. 

Get ready to feel Superache.

Making headlines, GQ featured Conan in their March 2022 issue and christened him “The New Prince of Sad Songs,” while Vogue included him in its massive new fashion spread in a recent issue.

About Conan Gray:

Since releasing original demos on his YouTube channel at the age of 15, Conan Gray has emerged as one of the pre-eminent pop superstars of his generation. Even after the commercial success of global multi-platinum hits “Heather” (which earned its own Urban Dictionary entry) and “Maniac”, his music continues to maintain its unflinching authenticity and originality. Gray’s debut album, Kid Krow, crafted by Gray and longtime collaborator and producer Dan Nigro, reached #5 on the Billboard Top 200, #1 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart and became the biggest new artist debut of the year. In the summer of 2020, when “Heather” topped charts around the world, Sir Elton John publicly praised Gray for being the only artist on the Spotify top 50 to have written the song entirely on their own. With over 7 billion streams, he has attracted unanimous applause from a who’s who of tastemakers including Vogue, GQ, V Man, Paper, Fader, Billboard, NPR, MTV, i-D, Wonderland, Clash, Notion, and has delivered rapturous performances on television shows such as Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and The Today Show. At the same time, Gray earned the recognition of fashion arbiters, claiming a spot on “Best Dressed” lists from the likes of Teen Vogue and making a splash during his MET Gala debut. In 2022, he headlined a SOLD OUT world tour, lighting up New York’s legendary Radio City Music Hall, and leaving the main stage of Coachella begging for more. However, he reaches another creative stratosphere on his sophomore album, Superache, reteaming with Nigro. Now, he delivers the definitive Gen-Z alternative manifesto.

Conan Gray World Tour 2022 Tour Dates

9/16 Louisville, KY  The Louisville Palace Theater

9/17 Atlanta, GA  Music Midtown

9/18 St. Augustine, FL The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre

9/20 Orlando, FL  House of Blues Orlando

9/22 Pittsburgh, PA  UPMC Events Center

9/24 Cleveland, OH  Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

9/25 Dover, DE  Firefly

9/28 Chicago, IL  Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

9/30 Columbus, OH  KEMBA Live! 

10/1 Bloomington, IN Indiana University Auditorium

10/3 Chesterfield, MO The Factory

10/5 Oklahoma City, OK The Criterion

10/8 Austin, TX  Austin City Limits

10/9 El Paso, TX  The Plaza Theatre - Kendall Kidd Performance Hall

10/14 Austin, TX  Austin City Limits

10/17 Salt Lake City, UT The Union

10/19 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre

10/22 San Diego, CA  SOMA

10/25 Las Vegas, NV  Brooklyn Bowl

11/13 Auckland, NZ  Spark Arena

11/15 Brisbane, AU  Fortitude Music Hall

11/18 Sydney, AU  Hordern Pavilion

11/19 Melbourne, AU  Margaret Court Arena

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