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The breakthrough artist of 2013 has announced that she is hitting the road for a 16-show North American tour. Lorde, the 17-year-old superstar from New Zealand who is known for her platinum single Royals, will be appearing at several of the most popular small venues in the United States and Canada in March. The tour will kick off on March 3rd at the Austin Music Hall in Austin, Texas and conclude at the Fox Theater in Oakland, Calif.
No teenager has made as big of a splash on the music business in the past decade as Lorde has in 2013. With the success of Royals, Lorde has gone from teenage singer to a worldwide superstar. Royals has been a hit around the globe, reaching the top of the charts in numerous countries including the U.S., United Kingdom, New Zealand, Canada and Ireland. It has been certified platinum in many of those countries, including 4x platinum in the U.S. according to the Recording Industry Association of America.
Royals was the debut single for Lorde off her debut album, Pure Heroine. The album was released in the U.S. in September and has already reached certified gold by the RIAA. The album has also seen a large number of sales in the past several weeks with the release of Team, her second official single. It has already reached the No. 23 spot on the American charts and has reached the No. 3 spot on the New Zealand singles charts.
Tickets for Lorde’s first headlining tour will go sale on Friday, December 20. With small, intimate venues being the host for Lorde, tickets for the tour will likely sell out quickly and with the holidays coming, these tickets could make for great stocking stuffers.