Ari Lennox has officially announced her second “age/sex/location” tour, four years after her first.
The singer took to Twitter to share the exciting news with her fans, who have been pleading for months for a tour.
She captioned a video clip that showed fans tweeting her asking when Lennox will release tour dates:
“I heard y’all.”
The tour will begin in January at the House of Blues in Las Vegas and travel across the country. She will then visit Phoenix, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Seattle, Oakland, Denver, San Antonio, Dallas, Houston, Austin, New Orleans, Orlando, Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville, Wallingford, Boston, Toronto, Chicago, Minneapolis, Detroit, Philadelphia, and New York before concluding in Washington, D.C. Tickets are currently on sale. The singer has also included a small treat for fans in the form of presale availability for her tour’s tickets.
Lennox quickly announced the addition of a second show for March 29 at the Washington, DC, venue.
Tickets for Lennox’s tour are quickly selling out, and fans have already encountered several setbacks.
According to fans, not all dates listed in the announcement are available on the website.
A fan wrote:
“Wait ma’am why are the Philly and NY dates not on the website???? Please don’t tell me they sold out already.”
“Why aren’t all the dates showing on the website?”
Another fan wrote:
“Where all the NY tickets at? I can’t find them.”
After a long wait for her debut album, “Shea Butter Baby,” Lennox released “age/sex/location” last September.
The exciting news of her upcoming tour definitely outweighed fans’ disappointment when the 31-year-old was snubbed yet again by the Recording Academy.
A fan wrote:
“Ari Lennox really gets snubbed every year at the grammys and nobody talks about it, her recent album was definitely top 3 best albums of the year.”
Another wrote, expressing their frustration:
“Ari Lennox put out one of the best R&B albums this year and y’all gave her NOTHING???? Like what’s really good?”
Fans questioned other artists who were not nominated for Grammys but were versatile.