YUNGBLUD Announces Virtual ‘The Weird Time Of Life’ Tour

YUNGBLUD has announced his “The Weird Time of Life” virtual world tour.

The singer will kick off the 16-date virtual tour November 16th in London. Each show will take place in a different city with a full-scale concert production and will be broadcast remotely to ticket holders. The tour will make stops in Glasgow and Manchester though fans from anywhere in the world will be able to purchase tickets.

“The thing I miss about playing shows is the individuality of every night,” Yungblud said in a statement. “The different faces, the different energy, but most of all the different cultures. Our community may be from different parts of the world yet we have similar beliefs, it is incredible.

“I wanted to do a show for as many cities as I could, playing songs off my new album for the first time. This album helped me so much and I wanted to bring it to the fans with all the energy, all the passion, all the love and all the fucking rage that went into it. Just because we can’t touch each other, doesn’t mean we can’t feel each other. I’ll see you in your city.”

Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday, October 2nd at 5 PM BST. Those who pre-order YUNGBLUD’s new album, Weird!, will get access to a pre-sale. Check out all the dates below.

YUNGBLUD’s new album, Weird!, drops November 13th via Locomotion/Polydor Records.

The Weird Time of Life tour dates:

11/16 – London
11/17 – Glasgow
11/18 – Manchester
11/19 – Dublin
11/20 – Paris
11/21 – Berlin
11/22 – Munich
11/23 – Amsterdam
11/30 – New York
12/01 – Boston
12/02 – Toronto
12/03 – Chicago
12/04 – Atlanta
12/05 – Seattle
12/06 – Los Angeles
12/07 – Sydney

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Ashley Perez is a freelance music journalist based in Chicago. Her work has appeared on AXS, Chicago Innerview, New City, The Millions, and Illinois Entertainer. She also runs her own music blog at Radio Not Found. Some of her favorite bands include Nirvana, The Cure, Muse, Creeper, and Green Day.

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