FKA Twigs Adds North American Dates to Magdalene Tour

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FKA Twigs has announced an additional nine dates to her Magdalene tour that kicked off in May. The new North American shows are set to begin on Nov. 3 at the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver, B.C. and run through Nov. 20 when the trek closes out at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Throughout the month of November, FKA Twigs will hit Seattle, Oakland, Denver, Chicago, Toronto and more to bring her eclectic performance to North American audiences. The Magdalene show features her music, elaborate set designs, Wushu (Chinese Kungfu), pole dancing and more inspired by the revolutionary 19th century concept of “Gesamtkunstwerk” or “total work of art.”

FKA twigs launched her Magdalene world tour with two sold-out nights each at LA’s Palace Theatre and NYC’s Park Avenue Armory, continuing on to play headlining shows in Berlin, London, and Sydney, and performing at Primavera Sound, We Love Green Festival, and Afropunk.

The Magdalene tour features never before heard music from FKA Twig’s upcoming second album. The artist has released single “Celophane” off the highly anticipated sophomore album that is expected later this year.

Between dates for her November headlining tour, FKA Twigs will also perform at Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw at Dodger’s Stadium in Los Angeles on Nov. 9.

Fan and Spotify presales begin tomorrow (Sept. 4), with local presales starting Thursday (Sept. 5). Tickets will be available to the general public on Friday (Sept. 6). All sales will begin at 10am local time. Check out a full list of dates below.

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