Shawn Mendes Announces #ShawnWorldTour + Tour Dates – See The Full List! (@ShawnMendes)

photo source: @ShawnMendes (Twitter)

From 6 second clips on Vine to an international tour, Shawn Mendes is doing big things and it’s all happening so fast!

The singer, song-writer, and all-around cutie pie will be embarking on his worldwide trek starting this March and we’re literally shaking with excitement! He first burst on to the scene when he opened up for pop sensation Taylor Swift during her 1989 tour. He has since released his latest album Handwritten and 2 smash singles – Stitches and I Know What You Did Last Summer ft. Camilla Cabello. He took to his SnapChat on Wednesday, January 27th to announce the dates for the #ShawnWorldTour and we have the complete list of dates and ticket info down below!

As an added bonus, every ticket that is purchased also includes exclusive access to pre-order to his upcoming album. If you are a US ticket holder, you will get a physical, pre-ordered copy of his record! So in addition to attending one of his shows, you’re given the quickest and easiest way to scoring his album! As if seeing Shawn live wasn’t awesome enough!

All other information can be found on Shawn’s official website here.Be sure to mark your calendars so you don’t miss your chance to see Shawn Mendes live!

Tickets

  • US: February 6th (fan presale on February 1st)
  • EU: February 5th(fan presale on February 1st)
  • Toronto: February 13th(fan presale on February 8th)
  • Hershey, Wisconsin, and Erie County Fair: February 20th(fan presale on February 15th)
  • Ticketless VIP upgrades: February 22nd

Tour Dates

  • March 5 – New York, NY (Radio City Music Hall) *sold out
  • March 6 – Houston, TX (Houston Rodeo)
  • April 16 – Cologne, Germany (E-Werk)
  • April 17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands (Paradiso)
  • April 19 – Frederiksberg, Denmark (Falconer Salen)
  • April 21 – Stockholm, Sweden (Arenan Fryshuset)
  • April 22 – Oslo, Norway (Spektrum)
  • April 24 – Berlin, Germany (Huxleys Neue Welt)
  • April 27 – Milan, Italy (Fabrique)
  • April 29 – Madrid, Spain (Barclaycard Center)
  • May 2 – Paris, France (Olympia)
  • May 6 – London, United Kingdom (Hammersmith Apollo)
  • May 8 – Lisbon, Portugal (MEO Arena)
  • July 15 – Boca Raton, FL (Mizner Ampitheater)
  • July 16 – St. Augustine, FL (St. Augustine Ampitheater)
  • July 17 – Atlanta, GA (Fox Theater)
  • July 19 – San Antonio, TX (Freeman Coliseum)
  • July 20 – Grand Prairie, TX (Verizon Theater at Grand Prairie)
  • July 22 – Phoenix, AZ (Comerica Theater)
  • July 23 – San Diego, CA (Open Air Theater @ SDSU)
  • July 24 – San Jose, CA (Event Center @ SJSU)
  • July 26 – Seattle, WA (WaMu Theater)
  • July 27 – Vancouver, Canada (Orpheum Theater)
  • July 30 – Salt Lake City, UT (The Great Saltair)
  • July 31 – Denver, CO (1st Bank Center)
  • Aug 2 – Minneapolis, MN (Roy Wilkins Auditorium)
  • Aug 4 – West Allis, WI (Wisconsin State Fair)
  • Aug 5 – Chicago IL (Rosemont Theater)
  • Aug 6 – Saint Louis, MO (Fabulous Fox Theater)
  • Aug 7 – Nashville, TN (The Woods at Fontanel)
  • Aug 10 – Detroit, MI (Fox Theater)
  • Aug 12 – Baltimore, MD (Pier Six Pavillion)
  • Aug 13 – Hamburg, NY (Erie County Fair)
  • Aug 14 – Philadephia, PA (the Mann)
  • Aug 16 – West Long Branch, NJ (MAC)
  • Aug 17 – Lowell, MA (Tsongas Arena)
  • Aug 19 – Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun Arena)
  • Aug 20 – Hershey, PA (Hershey Park @ Show Of The Summer)
  • Aug 21 – Toronto, Canada (Air Canada Centre)

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