Conan Gray Takes Superache Tour Across the U.S.

Pop artist Conan Gray is embarking on a world tour, titled after his latest album Superache, with stops throughout the U.S. from September to October. Having kicked off the tour in Kentucky on September 16th, the singer will move east to cities like Chicago and Pittsburgh, before looping back west to finish up in Las Vegas.

Conan started off on YouTube in 2013, uploading vlogs about his daily life before he began to dabble in music. In 2017, he self-released the song “Idle Town,” and soon after, the young singer then released his first EP, Sunset Season. Conan didn’t get his big break until early 2020, when his song “Maniac” topped the charts in several countries including Australia and South Korea. Later that same year, the soloist’s melancholic song, “Heather,” began to trend on TikTok for its relatable lyrics and easy to sing along tune. Since then, the singer-songwriter has performed on the main stage of Coachella and released several more singles, such as “Astronomy” and “People Watching.” Most recently, Conan released his album Superache in March of this year, with title track “Disaster.”

Conan Gray’s 2022 U.S. Tour Dates:

Sept. 16 — Louisville, KY — The Louisville Palace Theater
Sept. 17 — Atlanta, GA — Music Midtown
Sept. 18 — St. Augustine, FL — The Saint Augustine Ampitheatre
Sept. 20 — Orlando, FL — House of Blues Orlando
Sept. 22 — Pittsburgh, PA — UPMC Events Center
Sept. 24 — Cleveland, OH — Jacob’s Pavilion At Nautica
Sept. 25 — Dover, DE — Firefly Music Festival
Sept. 28 — Chicago, IL — Huntington Bank Pavilion At Northerly Island
Sept. 30 — Columbus, OH — KEMBA Live! Indoor Music Hall
Oct. 1 — Bloomington, IN — Indiana University Auditorium
Oct. 3 — Chesterfield, MO — The Factory
Oct. 5 — Oklahoma City, OK — The Criterion
Oct. 9 — El Paso, TX — The Plaza Theatre – Kendall Kidd Performance Hall
Oct. 12 — San Antonio, TX — The Aztec Theatre
Oct. 13 — San Antonio, TX — The Aztec Theatre
Oct. 17 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Union Event Center
Oct. 19 — Los Angeles, CA — Greek Theatre
Oct. 20 — Los Angeles, CA — Greek Theatre
Oct. 22 — San Diego, CA — SOMA
Oct. 25 — Las Vegas, NV — Brooklyn Bowl

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