Selena Gomez Tour News and Updates
Selena recently admitted to Ryan Seacrest that this will likely be her last album and tour for a while as there are still things she’d like to accomplish in her acting career. Being that the Stars Dance Tour will be her last in the near future, fans are lining up to get Selena Gomez tickets. The former Disney princess tops the list for must-see concerts this Fall
. The Texas native will play eight shows in Canada this August before touring in Europe and coming back to North America in October. Selena Gomez’s tour will total 64 dates, 41 in the States and Canada. Selena’s Canadian shows are averaging $144 while her concerts in the States average $161. Selena Gomez Toronto tickets are averaging $154; the same City that Hotel Transylvania premiered in 2012. X Factor alums Emblem 3 and YouTube sensation Christina Grimmie will open for Gomez on tour.
Grimmie isn’t the only singer to snatch millions of views on the video-sharing website. Selena Gomez lead single “Come And Get It” has been viewed more than 64 million times since it premiered on May 7. A Selena Gomez concert will likely include the chart topping single along with the first promotional single “Slow Down”, “Save the Date”, and other songs from her debut solo album about ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber.
Getting inspiration from her idols Britney Spears and Janet Jackson, the Spring Breakers actress wants to throw a Dance Party on stage. The Stars Dance Tour is her first solo tour and will support her most recent studio album, Stars Dance. The album which she played for besties Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato first was released just one day after her 21st birthday and debut of her ‘Birthday’ music video. Swift is also on tour; Taylor Swift tickets
are averaging $75 more than Selena Gomez tickets for her remaining Red Tour dates. Ex, Justin Bieber is also touring; Justin Bieber tickets
for the remaining Believe Tour dates in North America are averaging $175.
Selena has toured before with her former rock band Selena Gomez & the Scene. The band opened with a mini tour Selena Gomez & the Scene: Live in Concert that supported the band's first studio album, Kiss & Tell in 2009. A Year Without Rain Tour followed totaling 18 shows primarily in the U.S.; Christina Grimmie was one of three opening acts. Most recently, the band Selena Gomez & the Scene hit the road for their third tour, We Own the Night Tour.