Selena Gomez Announces Worldwide Arena Tour
Selena Gomez may be coming to a city near you.
On Monday, the 20-year-old announced that she will be embarking on 56-city world tour — dubbed her Stars Dance Tour 2013 — starting this summer.
“I couldn’t be more excited to tour again but this time around the world,” she wrote on her Facebook page.
The big announcement came after SelGo’s performance of “Come & Get It” at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, where she was seen sporting a bindi that caused many fans to tweet in protest of the cultural appropriation.
Love her or hate her though, there’s no denying that Gomez is having one heck of a year so far.
After splitting up with tween heartthrob Justin Bieber, the former Disney starred in the much-hyped about Spring Breakers before joking to talk show host David Letterman that she had made her famous ex cry.
scuffled with paparazzi and left a controversial message in the Anne Frank House guestbook.
So, who do you think is winning this breakup?
See below for the songstress’ complete list of tour dates.
August 14: Vancouver, British Columbia (Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena)
August 16: Calgary, Alberta (Scotiabank Saddledome)
August 17: Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Place)
August 18: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Credit Union Center)
August 19: Winnipeg, Manitoba (MTS Centre)
August 22: Ottawa, Ontario (Scotiabank Place)
August 23: Montreal, Quebec (Bell Center)
August 24: Toronto, Ontario (Air Canada Centre)
August 30: Copenhagen, Denmark (Falcon Theater)
August 31: Stockholm, Sweden (The Arena)
September 1: Oslo, Norway (Oslo Spektrum)
September 3: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Heineken Music Hall)
September 4: Antwerp, Belgium (Lotto Arena)
September 5: Paris, France (Zénith)
September 7: London, England (Hammersmith)
September 11: Lisbon, Portugal (Campo Pequeno)
September 12: Madrid, Spain (Palacio Vistalegre)
September 16: Milan, Italy (Alcatraz)
September 17: Vienna, Austria (Stadthalle)
September 19: Minsk, Belarus (Arena Minsk)
September 21: Kiev, Ukraine (Palace of Sport)
September 23: St. Petersburg, Russia (Ice Palace)
September 25: Moscow, Russia (Alena Olympisky)
October 10: Washington, D.C. (Patriot Center)
October 11: Pittsburgh, PA (Peterson Events Center)
October 12: Boston, MA (TD Garden)
October 15: Buffalo, NY (First Niagara Arena)
October 16: Brooklyn, NY (Barclays Center)
October 18: Philadelphia, PA (Wells Fargo Center)
October 19: Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun Arena)
October 20: Newark, NJ (Prudential Center)
October 22: Hershey, PA (Giant Center)
October 23: Louisville, KY (KFC Yum! Center)
October 25: Nashville, TN (Bridgestone Arena)
October 26: Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena)
October 27: Charlotte, NC (Time Warner Cable Arena)
October 29: Sunrise, FL (BB&T Center)
October 30: Tampa, FL (Tampa Bay Times Forum)
November 1: San Antonio, TX (AT&T Center)
November 2: Houston, TX (Toyota Center)
November 3: Dallas, TX (American Airlines Arena)
November 5: Phoenix, AZ (US Airways Center)
November 6: Los Angeles, CA (STAPLES Center)
November 8: San Diego, CA (Valley View Casino Center)
November 9: Las Vegas, NV (Mandalay Bay Events Center)
November 10: San Jose, CA (HP Pavilion)
November 12: Seattle, WA (Key Arena at Seattle Center)
November 14: Salt Lake City, UT (Energy Solutions Arena)
November 16: Denver, CO (1STBANK Center)
November 17: Kansas City, MO (Sprint Center)
November 19: Indianapolis, IN (Bankers Life Field House)
November 21: Minneapolis, MN (Target Center)
November 22: Chicago, IL (Allstate Arena)
November 23: Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena)
November 26: Detroit, MI (Palace of Auburn Hills)
November 27: St. Louis, MO (Chaifetz Arena)
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