Greyson Chance Announces ‘Trophies World Tour’

As the long, dark journey of life without concerts finally sees some light at the end of the tunnel, critically acclaimed, chart-topping singer, songwriter, Greyson Chance, will be among the first music artists celebrating with fans this summer.  Announced today, the piano virtuoso will embark on his long-awaited Trophies World Tour, set to kick off June 25th with a headlining spot at Oklahoma City’s Pride Festival.  Additional summer dates will include shows in major cities across North America including Atlanta, Washington D.C., Nashville, Austin and Denver amongst many others.  European and South American dates will follow in the fall and winter of this year, with a second round of North American dates set for January of 2022.  Full routing details below.

On his long-awaited return to the road, an eager and excited Chance stated, “not being able to play shows in over a year has been challenging, difficult, and heart-wrenching. Considering my favorite part about being an artist is being on stage, I am overwhelmed with happiness that I am finally able to get back out on the road again. I want to assure my fans that we will be celebrating the return of live music safely, but that my show will in-fact be that, a celebration. We have been through such a devastating time the past year, and I am ready to bring some much deserved light back into the world one show at a time. My fans need it, and so do I.”

Tickets for Greyson Chance’s Trophies World Tour will go on-sale beginning Monday, May 17th at 11AM PST.  A pre-register campaign begins today, May 14th at 10AM PST, and the official fan club pre-sale begins Monday, May 17th at 10AM PST.  For additional ticket purchase information, please visit HERE.

Named after Chance’s forthcoming EP Trophies, set for release June 25th via Arista Records, the tour announcement comes on the heels of his latest dance-inspired anthem “Hellboy,” and follows a healthy slate of single releases put out through the last year’s pandemic, including well-received titles “Boots,” “Dancing Next To Me,” the revealing “Bad to Myself,” in which Chance opened up about his battle with an eating disorder, and this past January’s “Holy Feeling.”  Chance’s last EP was 2019’s critically acclaimed portraits, which to date has accumulated over 40 million streams, and topped #5 on iTunes’ Pop Charts, #1 on Apple’s Music Breaking Pop Playlist, and #3 on Apple Music’s Best of the Week Playlist upon its release. A portraits Word Tour followed that included 50+ sold out dates in North America, Europe, SE Asia, and China.

A native of Edmond, Oklahoma, Chance came into the national spotlight in 2010 after an unforgettable performance of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” that since has been viewed by over 60 million people on YouTube.  Since then, the acclaimed recording artist reached over 100 million views online all before the age of 16, and to date has made multiple appearances on Ellen, The Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, CBS This Morning, Good Morning America, and The Today Show to name a few.  In 2020, Chance opened up about his struggles with an eating disorder and revealed to People Magazine that he would go 48 to 72 hours at a time without eating.  Now recovered, Chance uses his platform to be a resource and champion for others in similar situations and has become a strong advocate for mental health awareness. In 2017, Chance came out to the public as gay and credits his family for making it a loving experience. Knowing that others within the LGBTQ community do not have as strong of a support system, he’s made alliances with a number of organizations including The Ally Coalition, which supports the LGBTQ community, and the Human Rights Campaign National Gala, among others.  Additional charities Chance has collaborated with include Stand Up To Cancer, Make-A-Wish, and Charity: Water.


North America

June 25 – Oklahoma City – Headlining OKC PRIDE

July 07 – Tampa – Crowbar

July 08 – Orlando – The Social

July 09 – Atlanta-  Masquerade

July 10 – Charlotte – Neighborhood Theatre

July 15 – Richmond – Canal Club

July 16 – Washington DC – Union Stage

July 17 – Nashville – The High Watt

July 23 – Indianapolis  – The Irving Theatre 

July 24 – Detroit – Magic Stick

July 25 – Grand Rapids – The Stache at Intersection 

July 29 – Des Moines – xBK Live

July 30 – Milwaukee – Miramar Theatre

July 31 – Minneapolis – Studio B – Skyway Theatre

August 4 – Chicago – Lincoln Hall

August 5 – Lawrence – The Bottleneck 

August 6 – Austin – The Parish

August 7 – Dallas – Trees

August 11 – El Paso – Ricky D’s

August 12 – Phoenix – Crescent Ballroom

August 13 – Salt Lake City – The Complex

August 14 – Denver – The Bluebird


October 28 – Manchester – Night People

October 29 – London – Heaven

October 30 – Madrid – Capernico

November 3 – Stockholm – Klubben

November 4 – Berlin – Frannz

November 5 – Paris – Backstage

November 6 – Amsterdam – Melkweg 

South America

December 12 – Sao Paulo – Sao Paulo Pride

December 16 – Mexico City – For Indie Rocks!


North America

January 13 – San Diego – Soma Sidestage

January 14 – Seattle – Neumos

January 15 – Los Angeles – The Fonda

January 21 – Portland – Hawthorne Theatre

January 22 – San Francisco –  August Hall

January 26 – Philadelphia – The Foundary at Fillmore

January 27 – Boston – Paradise Rock Club

January 28 – Hamden – Space Ballroom

January 29 – New York – Webster Hall

January 30 – Toronto – Axis Club 

About RJ Frometa

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