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SZA thrills fans by unveiling Australian tour schedule

SZA was on an extensive tour across the United States and the United Kingdom

Javeria Ahmed

SZA thrills fans by unveiling Australian tour schedule

SZA was on an extensive tour across the United States and the United Kingdom

SZA thrills fans by unveiling Australian tour schedule
SZA thrills fans by unveiling Australian tour schedule

American singer SZA is expanding her horizons with an exciting announcement of tour dates in Australia.

The 34-year-old musician, known by her full name Solána Imani Rowe, has been on an extensive tour across the United States and the United Kingdom following the success of her second album, SOS.

Now, she has officially announced plans to extend her tour to Australia and New Zealand, where she will entertain audiences with a series of intimate performances as part of her SEO tour.

Presale tickets will be available starting at 2 pm on Friday, February 9 for fortunate fans who registered for Live Nation's early access. 

The general sale will commence at 2 pm on February 12.

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SZA's tour will commence on April 15 in Auckland, New Zealand, where she will hold two performances before continuing on to Australia.

She is scheduled to take the stage for only five shows across Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne. This marks her first appearance in Australia since her performance at the Splendour music festival in 2019.

The thrilling announcement follows SZA's remarkable triumph at the Grammy Awards, where she emerged as the top-nominated artist of 2024, receiving an impressive total of nine nominations.

She claimed the Best R&B Song award for her track Snooze won Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with Phoebe Bridgers for Ghost in the Machine, and also took home the Best Progressive R&B Album award for SOS.

Nevertheless, she didn't win Album of the Year, which was instead awarded to Taylor Swift for Midnights.

Despite this, many of her fans argued that SZA deserved to win Album of the Year over Taylor.

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