Today, Santigold announced that she’s going on tour to commemorate her debut album.
“I’ve decided to do a few shows to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of my first record! The #10YearsGolderTour will be a special occasion to perform my whole first album and more,” she shared on her Instagram account. “Pre-sales start tomorrow at 10AM local time. Go to santigold.com to sign up for access to early tickets. Pre-sale signup ends tonight at midnight. (link in bio)”
The Philadelphia singer will be hitting the stage starting April 30 in Denver, and gracing cities including, Boston, New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
The tour will wrap up in San Francisco on May 18 at The Masonic.
The self-titled album dropped in 2008 and features hits like “L.E.S. Artistes,” “Creator,” and “Lights Out.”
A few days ago, the singer also shared the re-release of Drake’s “Unstoppable” featuring herself and Lil Wayne via her Instagram page.
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