More than just a favourite in the world of pop and RnB, British-Albanian singer Dua Lipa, who sadly had to reschedule her “Future Nostalgia” tour back in 2020, has invited the part-Algerian singer Lolo Zouai to share the stage with her in a very anticipated string of North American concerts.
Coming in support of her sophomore album which carries the same name as the upcoming line of shows, the multi-award-winning singer is picking things back from where she left them through 28 dates that will span across most major cities in the US and Canada. That will include New York’s eternal Madison Square Garden and the Rogers Arena in Vancouver for the wrapping final gig.
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— DUA LIPA (@DUALIPA) January 28, 2022
“When I was writing ‘Future Nostalgia,’ I imagined the songs being played in clubs on nights out with your mates. I’m so excited that this fantasy is finally coming true. I can’t wait to experience these songs with you together live.” Lipa commented.
Lolo Zouai, who’s currently working on her next project, will also be following the London-born hitmaker to Europe for the second part of the tour which is set to start this April 15.
After a long two-year delay, the duo is finally about to bring some heat to the stage in what is looking like the show to not miss in this first half of 2022.