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Ctrl the Tour
Tour by SZA
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Associated albumCtrl
Start dateAugust 20, 2017 (2017-08-20)
End dateJanuary 31, 2018 (2018-01-31)
Legs1
No. of shows
  • 52 in North America
  • 1 in Oceania
  • 53 total

Listen to this concert Ctrl the Tour or buy cd/DVDs of this concert on amazon Ctrl the Tour is an official headlining concert tour by American singer-songwriter SZA, in support of her debut studio album, Ctrl. It began on August 20, 2017, in Providence, Rhode Island, at Fête Music Hall, and it is scheduled to conclude on January 31, 2018, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at The Fillmore Philadelphia.

Background[edit]

The tour was officially announced on July 5, 2017, with a leg of tour dates across North America.[1] Simultaneously, SZA revealed that Smino and Ravyn Lenae would be supporting the tour. Regular tickets and VIP tickets for the tour both went on sale to the general public on July 7. Despite there being no European leg of the tour, on July 10, 2017, American singer and rapper Bryson Tiller announced that SZA would be opening for the European portion of his Set It Off Tour in support of his studio album True to Self from October 17, 2017, to November 30, 2017, separate from Ctrl the Tour.[2] Due to tickets for Ctrl the Tour quickly selling out, this prompted additional dates to be added. Due to health problems, the first three dates of the tour were rescheduled, causing the tour to begin on August 20 instead of August 16 as originally scheduled.[3][4]

Set list[edit]

This set list is representative of the show on August 20, 2017 in Providence, Rhode Island. It does not represent the set list from all of the shows. It consists of twelve tracks from Ctrl (2017) and three tracks from Z (2014).[5]

  1. "Supermodel"
  2. "Anything"
  3. "Broken Clocks"
  4. "Go Gina"
  5. "Drew Barrymore"
  6. "HiiiJack"
  7. "Child's Play"
  8. "Normal Girl"
  9. "Prom"
  10. "Garden (Say It Like Dat)"
  11. "Doves in the Wind"
  12. "Love Galore"
  13. "The Weekend"
  14. "Wavy (Interlude)"
  15. "Babylon"

Shows[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, and gross revenue.
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America
August 20, 2017 Providence United States Fête Music Hall Smino
Ravyn Lenae
930 / 930
August 21, 2017 Richmond The National 1,500 / 1,500
August 22, 2017 Montréal Canada Corona Theatre
August 23, 2017 Toronto REBEL
August 25, 2017 Boston United States Royale Nightclub 1,000 / 1,000
August 26, 2017[A] New York City Commodore Barry Park N/A N/A N/A
August 27, 2017 Philadelphia The Fillmore Philadelphia Smino
Ravyn Lenae
2,500 / 2,500
August 29, 2017 Grand Rapids The Intersection
August 30, 2017 Detroit The Fillmore Detroit 2,900 / 2,900
August 31, 2017 Chicago Concord Music Hall 1,600 / 1,600
September 1, 2017 Minneapolis First Avenue 1,500 / 1,500
September 3, 2017 Kansas City Uptown Theater 1,700 / 1,700
September 5, 2017 Lincoln Bourbon Theatre 750 / 750
September 6, 2017 Englewood Gothic Theatre 1,100 / 1,100
September 8, 2017 Paradise Vinyl Ravyn Lenae
September 9, 2017[B] Anaheim Angel Stadium N/A N/A N/A
September 10, 2017 Sacramento Ace of Spades Smino
Ravyn Lenae
September 12, 2017 Santa Cruz The Catalyst 800 / 800
September 13, 2017 Eugene W.O.W. Hall 400 / 400
September 14, 2017 Vancouver Canada Commodore Ballroom 990 / 990
September 16, 2017 Portland United States Roseland Theater 1,400 / 1,400
September 17, 2017 Seattle Neptune Theatre 2,800 / 2,800
September 19, 2017 San Francisco The Warfield Theatre 2,250 / 2,250
September 21, 2017 Tempe Marquee Theatre Ravyn Lenae
September 22, 2017 Tucson Rialto Theatre 1,200 / 1,200
September 25, 2017 Los Angeles The Novo Smino
Ravyn Lenae
2,300 / 2,300
September 28, 2017 New Orleans House of Blues New Orleans Ravyn Lenae 1,000 / 1,000
September 29, 2017 Dallas South Side Music Hall Smino
Ravyn Lenae
1,500 / 1,500
September 30, 2017 San Antonio Alamo City Music Hall 1,200 / 1,200
October 1, 2017 Austin Emo's 1,700 / 1,700
October 3, 2017 Houston Warehouse Live 1,650 / 1,650
October 5, 2017[C] Nashville Memorial Gymnasium N/A N/A N/A
October 7, 2017 Miami The Ground Ravyn Lenae
October 8, 2017 Tampa The Orpheum Smino
Ravyn Lenae
720 / 720
October 9, 2017 Atlanta The Tabernacle 2,500 / 2,500
October 11, 2017 Greensboro Cone Denim Entertainment Center
October 12, 2017 Charlotte The Fillmore Charlotte
November 14, 2017 Los Angeles The Novo N/A 2,300 / 2,300
December 10, 2017 New York City Brooklyn Steel Ravyn Lenae
Smino
1,800 / 1,800
December 11, 2017 Irving Plaza 1,025 / 1,025
December 13, 2017 Cleveland House of Blues Cleveland
December 15, 2017 Indianapolis Old National Centre
December 16, 2017 Louisville Mercury Ballroom
December 17, 2017 St. Louis The Ready Room
December 19, 2017
December 20, 2017 Chicago Concord Music Hall
Oceania
January 14, 2018 Sydney Australia Enmore Theatre N/A 2,500 / 2,500
North America
January 15, 2018 Honolulu United States The Republik N/A
January 18, 2018
January 31, 2018 Philadelphia The Fillmore Philadelphia 2,500 / 2,500
Total

Postponed shows[edit]

List of postponed shows, showing original date, city, country, venue, opening acts and reason for postpone.
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Reason
North America
August 17, 2017 Silver Spring United States The Fillmore Silver Spring Ravyn Lenae
Smino
Health problems
August 18, 2017 New Haven Toad's Place
December 8, 2017 Norfolk The NorVa Scheduling conflict
December 9, 2017 Baltimore Rams Head Live!

Notes[edit]

  • A ^ The show on August 26, 2017 in New York City is part of the 2017 Afropunk Festival.
  • B ^ The show on September 9, 2017 in Anaheim is part of the 2017 Day N Night Fest.
  • B ^ The show on October 5, 2017 in Nashville is part of the 2017 Commodore Quake concert with Migos.

References[edit]

  1. "SZA Announces Tour – Pitchfork". pitchfork.com.
  2. "Bryson Tiller Announces European Tour With SZA". thefader.com.
  3. http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/hip-hop/7933965/sza-ctrl-tour-dates-postponed
  4. SZA. "1. I didn't postpone the tour . I rescheduled 3 days outta like 100 ! lol my body tried to play me but I beat it's ass n im back n ready!https://twitter.com/lashleyn/status/898630379099140096 …". twitter.com.
  5. "SZA Setlist at Fête Music Hall, Providence". setlist.fm.

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