Sam Smith Announces First North American Tour in Five Years – GLORIA The Tour Coming This Summer

On Jan. 5, Sam Smith announced GLORIA The Tour – Smith’s first North American tour since 2018. The North American tour will begin on July 25 at the FTX Arena in Miami, Florida and will end in Mexico City, MX at the Palacio de los Deportes on Sept. 14. Additionally, singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez will be performing as a special guest throughout the tour, with the exception of Washington D.C on Aug. 4. Reyez is also featured in Smith’s new album, Gloria via Capitol Records, which is set to be released on Jan. 27. 

Though tickets will go on sale to the general public on Jan. 13 at 9 a.m. local time, fans may also purchase exclusive 24-hour pre-sale tickets on Jan. 11 at 9 a.m. local time on Sam Smith’s website. Attention all American Express cardholders and Sam Smith fans: you can purchase pre-pre-sale tickets on Jan. 9 at 9 a.m.

Gloria will be Sam’s fourth studio album that includes Grammy-nominated single, “Unholy” ft. Kim Petras. Already attaining its own consecutive accolades, “Unholy” garnered No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100, Mediabase Top 40 Airplay chart, Global Spotify chart, and became the only pop collaboration from 2022 to be certified RIAA Platinum. Accumulating over one billion combined global streams, the song by Smith and Petras was a sure hit with Rolling Stone supporting it to be one of the best songs of 2022.

“Unholy” ft. Kim Petras Official Music Video

For more information, tour dates, or to listen to more of Sam Smith’s music, visit the social media links below and listen on Spotify. Stay tuned for more updates with Glasse Factory!

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Sam Smith – 2023 North American Tour Dates 

Jessie Reyez will support on all dates except 8/4  

7/25    Miami, FL                    FTX Arena

7/26    Orlando, FL                 Amway Center

7/28    Duluth, GA                   Gas South Arena

7/29    Nashville, TN               Bridgestone Arena

8/1      Raleigh, NC                 PNC Arena

8/2      Philadelphia, PA           Wells Fargo Center

8/4      Washington, DC          Capital One Arena

8/5      Boston, MA                  TD Garden

8/8      New York, NY               Madison Square Garden

8/11    Toronto, ON                 Scotiabank Arena

8/12    Montréal, QC                Bell Centre

8/15    Chicago, IL                   United Center

8/16    Saint Paul, MN              Xcel Energy Center

8/18    Denver, CO                   Ball Arena

8/19    Salt Lake City, UT         Vivint Smart Home Arena

8/22    Vancouver, BC              Rogers Arena

8/23    Seattle, WA                  Climate Pledge Arena

8/25    Portland, OR                Veterans Memorial Coliseum

8/27    Oakland, CA                 Oakland Arena

8/28    San Francisco, CA        Chase Center

8/31    Inglewood, CA              Kia Forum

9/3      Phoenix, AZ                  Footprint Center

9/5      Austin, TX                     Moody Center

9/7      Fort Worth, TX              Dickies Arena

9/8      Houston, TX                 Toyota Center

9/12    Monterrey, MX             Arena Monterrey

9/14    Mexico City, MX   Palacio de los Deportes

Angela is a graduate of the University of Akron with her Bachelor’s in English. For more articles by this author, click on “Angela Graczyk” above. To contact Angela about freelance opportunities, visit LinkedIn.com/in/angela-graczyk-writer-and-editor.
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Angela is a graduate of the University of Akron with her Bachelor’s in English. For more articles by this author, click on “Angela Graczyk” above. To contact Angela about freelance opportunities, visit LinkedIn.com/in/angela-graczyk-writer-and-editor.

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