MØ and Cashmere Cat confirm 2018 co-headline MEØW tour

Breakout Danish star and acclaimed Norwegian artist Cashmere Cat will co-headline a North American tour in 2018. The MEØW tour kicks off January 20 at Montreal’s Metropolis with further dates in Boston, D.C., New York, Philadelphia, Seattle, Portland and beyond.

Presales begin Wednesday, November 1 with tickets on sale to the public Friday, October 3. Visit meow-tour.com for further information.

Hailing from Funen, Denmark, MØ is Karen Marie Ørsted. Her new EP, When I Was Young, was surprise released last week to great acclaim from the likes of V, Harper’s Bazaar, Entertainment Weekly, CR Fashion Book and more. Listen to the EP’s title track here.

The new EP follows her 2014 debut album, No Mythologies To Follow, and several high profile collaborations including a star turn on Major Lazer’s “Lean On,” one of the most successful songs of all time.

Cashmere Cat is Norwegian producer Magnus August Høiberg. Since emerging in 2012, Cashmere Cat has become one of the most acclaimed producers in the world; SPIN calls him “a pop mega-force” while Stereogum praises his “sort of askew, brightly colored crystalline Cartoon Network bangers.” His debut album 9 was released earlier this year to massive critical acclaim—stream it here.


January 20                                                  Montreal, QC                                                  Metropolis

January 21                                                   Boston, MA                                            House of Blues

January 22                                               Washington, DC                                                 9:30 Club

January 25                                                  Brooklyn, NY                                          Brooklyn Steel

January 27                                                Philadelphia, PA                                       Electric Factory

January 29                                                   Toronto, ON                                  Danforth Music Hall

January 31                                                    Detroit, MI                                           Majestic Theatre

February 1                                                    Chicago, IL                                             Riviera Theatre

February 2                                                 St. Louis, MO                                              The Pageant

February 3                                                 Milwaukee, WI                                Turner Hall Ballroom

February 5                                               Kansas City, MO                                                    Truman

February 6                                                   Denver, CO                                            Ogden Theatre

February 8                                              Salt Lake City, UT                                               The Depot

February 9                                                     Boise, ID                                            Knitting Factory

February 10                                                 Seattle, WA                                           Showbox SoDo

February 11                                               Vancouver, BC                                          Vogue Theatre

February 13                                                Portland, OR                                        Roseland Theater

February 14                                                 Eugene, OR                                       McDonald Theater

February 16                                              Sacramento, CA                                           Ace of Spades

February 17                                                 Oakland, CA                                                 Fox Theatre

February 18                                               Santa Cruz, CA                                              The Catalyst

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