Christina Aguilera Announces Her First Tour In 10 Years With The “Liberation” Tour

10 years is an EXTREMELY long time in the music business, but it’s even longer when that’s the amount of time that you’ve spent away from your fans.

Christina Aguilera has been staying pretty busy over the past few years, as we’ve all known that she’s been a major champion for the hit TV show “The Voice“, but there’s been one voice that we haven’t heard too much of due to that…HER voice. June 15th sees the release of her newest album entitled “Liberation“, and FINALLY, she will be heading out on tour again to support this project. The “Liberation” Tour will be Xtina’s first time hitting the road since 2006’s “Back To Basics” Tour, and we’re pretty sure that she will be sticking to the basics of what lead her to this point in her career.

The tour, produced by Live Nation, will kick off on September 25th in Hollywood, FL and cause damage at intimate venues across 22 cities including, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, DC, Las Vegas, Boston, Oakland, Denver and more.

Tickets for the general public go on sale May 18th at 10 AM local time on LiveNation.com. American Express Card Members can purchase tickets May 14th at 10 AM local time through May 17th at 10 PM. local time. More information can be found at ChristinaAguilera.com

Christina Aguilera’s “Liberation” Tour 2018 Dates:

Sept. 25 – Hollywood, Florida,. Hard Rock Live @ Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sept. 28 – Atlantic City, New Jersey,. Mark G. Etess Arena., Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sept. 30 – Washington., The Theater., MGM National Harbor
Oct. 3 – New York., Radio City Music Hall
Oct. 4 – New York., Radio City Music Hall
Oct. 6 – Uncasville, Connecticut., Mohegan Sun Arena
Oct. 8 – Boston., Boch Center Wang Theatre
Oct. 11 – Orillia, Ontario., Casino Rama Resort
Oct. 13 – Detroit., Fox Theatre Detroit
Oct. 16 – Chicago., The Chicago Theatre
Oct. 17 – Chicago., The Chicago Theatre
Oct. 19 – Denver., Pepsi Center
Oct. 22 – Oakland, California., Paramount Theatre – Oakland, California
Oct. 24 – Indio, California., Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
Oct. 26 – Los Angeles., Greek Theatre
Oct. 27 – Las Vegas., The Colosseum., Caesars Palace
Oct. 29 – Phoenix., Comerica Theatre
Nov. 1 – Sugar Land, Texas., Smart Financial Centre., Sugar Land
Nov. 3 – Thackerville, Oklahoma., WinStar World Casino and Resort
Nov. 4 – Tulsa, Oklahoma., Paradise Cove., River Spirit Casino Resort
Nov. 6 – St. Louis., Peabody Opera House – St. Louis
Nov. 9 – New Orleans., Saenger Theatre
Nov. 11 – Atlanta., Fox Theatre Atlanta
Nov. 13 – St. Petersburg, Florida,. The Mahaffey Theatre

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