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Lorde Takes On North America In 2014

11:30 AM Monday 12/16/13 | |

When Lorde embarks on her next headline tour through the U.S. and Canada, it’s a good chance she’ll be referred to as a Grammy winner. After picking up four Grammy nominations earlier this month, she’s announced a 16-date North American trek that begins in March.

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The New Zealander wunderkind’s debut album, Pure Heroine, is up for best pop vocal album. The 17-year-old also earned Grammy nods for record of the year, song of the year and best pop solo performance for her hit single “Royals.”

In August “Royals” earned Lorde the distinction of being the first solo female artist to top the U.S. alternative songs charts since 1996. Since then the song’s seven weeks at the top of the chart set the record for the longest No. 1 at alternative radio by a female artist. The tune also hit No.1 overall on the U.S. singles chart, remaining in the top spot for 9 weeks, in addition to topping the charts in an additional 45 countries. “Royals” wild success makes Lorde the youngest artist to reach No.1 since Tiffany’s “I Think We’re Alone Now” ruled the chart in November 1987.

And whether or not Lorde ends up taking home any Grammys from the Jan. 26 show, Pure Heroine has already been awarded a spot on plenty of Year End lists from Rolling Stone to the New York Times.

Check out the video for her latest single, “Team,” below.



Here’s where you can find Lorde in 2014:

March 3 – Austin, Texas, Austin Music Hall     
March 4 – Dallas, TX     South Side Ballroom     
March 5 – Houston, Texas, Bayou City Theatre     
March 7 – Washington, D.C., Echostage     
March 8 – Upper Darby, Pa., Tower Theatre     
March 11 – New York, N.Y., Roseland Ballroom     
March 12 – New York, N.Y., Roseland Ballroom     
March 14 – Boston, Mass., Orpheum Theatre     
March 15 – Toronto, Ontario, Sound Academy     
March 16 – Detroit, Mich., The Fillmore Detroit     
March 18 – Chicago, Ill., Aragon Ballroom     
March 20 – St. Louis, Mo., Peabody Opera House     
March 21 – Kansas City, Mo., Arvest Bank Theatre At The Midland     
March 22 – Denver, Colo., Fillmore Auditorium     
March 24 – Seattle, Wash., WaMu Theater     
March 26 – Oakland, Calif., Fox Theater

A presale for Citi cardmembers begins Dec. 17 at 10 a.m. local time, followed by a Live Nation/mobile app and Ticketmaster/radio presale. Tickets will be available to the general public Dec. 20 at 10 a.m. local time.

For more information click here for Lorde’s website.
 


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