Platinum-selling artist Noah Cyrus will embark on her first-ever headlining run this fall across the U.S. and Canada, titled “The Good Cry Tour.” The month-long run produced by Live Nation will kick off September 22 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and wind through North America, ending in Portland, Ore. On October 24.

“I’ve been waiting for such a long time to travel and see my fans who have been supporting me the last couple of years. I can’t wait for them to come experience this sad girl’s dream world. We’re either gonna dance or cry the night away,” exclaimed Cyrus.

Just last year, the 18-year old rising pop star opened for Katy Perry on her U.S. tour and she recently sold out her first Los Angeles headline show at the Troubadour in mere minutes. Cyrus once again made an appearance at Coachella in 2018 for the second year in a row, this time joining Alan Walker for “All Falls Down.”

Cyrus is continuing her stream of releasing eclectic pop tracks, and recently shared an intimate duet with her boyfriend Tanner Alexander, titled “Lately.”This song follows “Team,” Cyrus’ duet with MAX which continues to grow at Top 40 Radio. Wonderland Magazine recently noted how Cyrus has become known for “penning honest pop bops as an ode to her independence,” and these newest track falls in line.

Noah announced last week her latest EP Good Cry will be releasing on September 21st! Cyrus also released a new single “Mad At You”.


North American Dates:

September 22                    Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.          Revolution

September 23                    Orlando, Fla.                       The Beacham Theatre

September 25                    Atlanta, Ga.*                      The Loft

September 26                    Nashville, Tenn.                Cannery Ballroom

September 28                    Baltimore, Md.                  Baltimore Soundstage

October 1                            New York, N.Y.                 Irving Plaza

October 3                            Philadelphia, Pa.               The Theatre of Living Arts

October 5                            Detroit, Mich.                   St. Andrews Hall

October 7                            Chicago, Ill.                         House of Blues

October 8                            Minneapolis, Minn.         Varsity Theater

October 10                          Dallas, Texas*                   Granada Theater

October 11                          Houston, Texas                 House of Blues

October 13                          Denver, Colo.                     Summit Music Hall

October 16                          Los Angeles, Calif.            Belasco Theatre

October 18                          San Diego, Calif.                House of Blues

October 20                          San Francisco, Calif.         August Hall

October 22                          Seattle, Wash.*                Neptune Theatre

October 23                          Vancouver, BC                   Commodore Ballroom

October 24                          Portland, Ore.*                Wonder Ballroom