Kesha is quietly lining up a string of 2016 tour dates as she gets her career as a singer back in swing this summer.
The usually flamboyant pop singer has been out of the spotlight for a couple years during an ugly court battle against Dr. Luke and Sony Music Entertainment. In an industry where most of the money is in live events, Kesh performed over 70 times in 2013 but less than 25 times during the years of 2014 and 2015 combined according to statistics at setlist.fm.
In 2016 so far, she's performed only a few times. As you might expect, the upcoming concerts are geared towards festivals and special events, which should help her reach a large audience while also diffusing some pressure because of the surrounding star talent.
Among the dates currently planned, Kesha will be performing at gay pride events in Pittsburgh and San Diego over June and July. She has five true solo dates scattered around the USA and Canada, with few Mad Decent Block Party appearances from August to October.
Tickets for all the currently scheduled concerts are now on sale. For the most up-to-date information, check out Kesha's official website and follow her on social media. We will be updating this page if any more information is announced, and you can help us by commenting below!
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Last month, the embattled pop singer made a surprise appearance at the Coachella Music Festival during Zedd's set to perform his song "True Colors." Later, she released her version as a single, saying on her Facebook page:
It's such a blessing that Zedd has given me this opportunity to record his song "True Colors." This song's message spoke to me so deeply that I knew I had to find my own interpretation and record it, to spread the beautiful message of personal empowerment. It gives me hope that I will someday soon be able to release my own album. Until then let's all celebrate our own truth.
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