POSTPONED

Kesha

The High Road Tour

with Big Freedia

Sun, April 26, 2020
POSTPONED
6:30pm
8:00 pm

Due to circumstances outside of our control, we regret to inform you that Kesha with Big Freedia at ACL Live on Sunday, April 26 has been postponed until further notice.  Hang on to your tickets!  We’ll email purchasers (and post updates here) as soon as a new date is announced, and the tickets you’ve already got will still get you into the show.

This Spring, Kesha will unleash The High Road Tour on 26 cities across North America. Including stops in NYC, LA, Boston, Chicago, DC, San Francisco and more, The High Road Tour will showcase Kesha at her quintessential best: vibrant, rowdy, heartfelt, and badass.

The tour will follow the Jan. 31st release of Kesha’s highly-anticipated forthcoming album ‘High Road’ (Kemosabe/RCA Records), and will include a decade’s worth of iconic hits, from “TiK ToK” and “Your Love Is My Drug” through “Praying” and up to a selection of destined-to-be favorites from the new LP.

Every ticket purchased online includes a CD copy of ‘High Road’ (max 4 per household).

Watch the tour trailer HERE.

From Kesha: “While shaking my ass at the stroke of midnight, ringing in the new year, new decade, with my new album coming this month, I thought to myself, ‘Damn. I think the best medicine for happiness and having a beautiful life is to celebrate it while I have it, with the people I love most. And ummm…shake my ass. As often as possible.’ So…this is my HIGH ROAD TOUR announce!!! If you wanna come shake ur body and hear the new jams LIVE, this is the place to do it! Come see us on tour this Spring!!!!!!” 

‘High Road’ has already been praised as “shaping up to be her most eclectic album to date” (Idolator). The raucous church choir-backed lead single “Raising Hell” (Big Freedia) was called “a gift from the heavens” (Bustle) that “preaches the gospel of partying” (Rolling Stone), kicking off a new musical era which captures both the wild spirit of her legendary party anthems and the heart of her GRAMMY-nominated 2017 ‘Rainbow’ album.

Following “Raising Hell”, Kesha dropped pre-release tracks “My Own Dance” – an irreverently brilliant ode to embracing all the facets of yourself — and “Resentment” (feat. Sturgill Simpson, Brian Wilson & Wrabel) – a devastating country-tinged collaboration that tracks a relationship’s toxic unraveling — providing fans a snapshot of the eclectic nature of the album.

You can watch the album trailer for ‘High Road’ HERE which Paper Mag called “a tasty conceptual salad that you’re gonna eat right up.”

ABOUT KESHA

It’s been an incredible two years since Kesha returned to the charts in 2017 with her critically acclaimed #1 album ‘Rainbow’ which earned the singer/songwriter her first GRAMMY nominations and was called “an artistic feat” by Entertainment Weekly and “the best music of her career” by Rolling Stone.

The singer/songwriter was also named one of Time Magazine’s Time 100, she released a behind-the-scenes Webby-winning documentary ‘Rainbow – The Film’ on Apple Music, performed “Praying” at the 2018 GRAMMYs which Vanity Fair called “the night’s most powerful performance”, set sail on her own festival cruise (“Kesha’s Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride”), headlined Dan Reynolds’ LoveLoud Festival, collaborated with Macklemore (“Good Old Days”) and The Struts (“Body Talks”), and contributed to the soundtracks for On the Basis of Sex (“Here Comes The Change”) and The Angry Birds Movie 2 (“Best Day”).

Kesha has sold more than 14 million total album equivalents worldwide, has approximately 6.9 billion audio streams and 1.7 billion video streams worldwide, and has had 9 Top 10 hits on The Billboard Hot 100, including four #1 singles at Top 40 Radio – “TiK ToK,” “Your Love Is My Drug,” “Die Young,” and “Timber.”