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Clairo Announces North American Tour Dates

Following the release of her now critically acclaimed and highly streamed debut EP “diary 001,” which dropped last Friday, 19-year-old Clairo has announced today that she will be hitting the road for a North American headlining tour this summer. Starting on July 17Clairo and her band will be performing at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall, then will making 18 more stops across the country, including appearances at Mo Pop Festival in Detroit and Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago.

In September, Clairo will be venturing across the Atlantic to perform in Europe for the very first time. She will be appearing at D Code Festival in Madrid, Spain on September 8 and The Garage in London, UK on September 12. For a full list of tour dates, ticket information and VIP packages, go to www.clairo.com

On June 5Clairo will also be supporting Dua Lipa for select North American tour dates, in continued support of her debut “diary 001” EP release.

Since releasing her debut song “Pretty Girl” last summer, Clairo unveiled the official music video for “4EVER,” also from her debut EP, which she directed herself on campus at Syracuse University earlier this spring. The video has since amassed more than 1 million plays in less than a month and more than 3 million plays on Spotify alone. Watch the video for “4EVER” HERE. Preceding her latest single is the critically acclaimed “Flaming Hot Cheetos,” which has now received more than 11 million streamson Spotify. Watch the video HERE.

06/05 – Revention Music Center – Houston, TX* – SOLD OUT
06/06 – South Side Ballroom – Dallas, TX* – SOLD OUT
06/07 – South Side Ballroom – Dallas, TX*
06/09 – Coca-Cola Roxy – Atlanta, GA* – SOLD OUT
06/12 – Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park – Miami, FL*
06/13 – House of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, FL* – SOLD OUT
06/24 – The Armory – Minneapolis, MN*
06/26 – Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, CO*
06/29 – Open Air Theatre – San Diego, CA* – SOLD OUT
06/30 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA*
07/02 – WAMU Theater – Seattle, WA*

07/17 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL^
07/19 – Union Stage – Washington, DC^
07/20 – The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA^
07/21 – The Foundry @ The Fillmore^
07/23 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY^
07/27 – Velvet Underground – Toronto, ON^
07/28 – Mo Pop Festival – Detroit, MI
07/30 – The Basement – Columbus, OH^
08/03 – Lollapalooza Festival – Chicago, IL
08/04 – 7THStreet Entry – Minneapolis, MN^
08/08 – The Crocodile – Seattle, WA^
08/09 – Holocene – Portland, OR^
08/11 – Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA^
08/14 – The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA^
08/16 – Brick & Mortar – San Francisco, CA^
08/18 – House of Blues Voodoo Room – San Diego, CA^
08/20 – House of Blues Cambridge Room – Dallas, TX^
08/21 – House of Blues Peacock Room – Houston, TX^
08/23 – Aisle 5 – Atlanta, GA^
09/09 – D Code Festival – Madrid, Spain
09/12 – The Garage – London, UK^

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