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Hot Pink Tour

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Hot Pink Tour
Tour by Doja Cat
Promotional poster for the tour.
Associated albumHot Pink
Start date2020 (2020)
End date2020 (2020)
No. of shows
  • 18 in North America
  • 3 in Europe
  • 21 total

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The Hot Pink Tour is the upcoming second concert tour by American recording artist Doja Cat, set to be launched in support of her second studio album, Hot Pink (2020).[1][2] The tour was announced in February 2020, and was set to begin in March 2020, but was postponed shortly before its planned start due to COVID-19 pandemic.[3]


Doja Cat released her second studio album, Hot Pink, on November 7, 2019.[4] The album was met with positive reviews by critics and charted in twelve markets worldwide, peaking inside the top 20 in the United States' Billboard 200. The album features the hit singles "Juicy" and "Say So", both of which entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart (the latter being Doja Cat's first top ten entry). The former has amassed over 90 million views on its accompanying music video.[5]

In order to promote the album and singles, Doja performed on Late Night with Seth Meyers[6] and did interviews with various magazines, including XXL, where she revealed a tour to promote the set was in the works.[7] The tour was announced on February 24, 2020, with tickets set to go on sale the following Friday. Fellow female rappers Ashnikko and BigKlit were announced as the opening acts.[2] Among these dates, Doja Cat was slated to perform at two Coachella performances.[8]

On March 16, 2020, Doja Cat announced that the Hot Pink Tour is postponed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.[9][3]

Commercial performance[edit]

In just two hours after tickets were released, all shows of the Hot Pink Tour sold out.[10] Tickets ranged from $24—$45, with VIP packages for $75 and Meet and Greet for $150.

Postponed shows[edit]

List of postponed concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason
Date City Country Venue Reason
North America[11]
March 25, 2020[lower-alpha 1] Chicago United States Radius Chicago COVID-19 pandemic[12][13][3]
March 26, 2020 Detroit Majestic Theater
March 27, 2020 Toronto Canada Phoenix Concert Theatre
March 30, 2020[lower-alpha 2] Philadelphia United States The Fillmore Philadelphia
March 31, 2020 Boston Big Night Live
April 1, 2020 Brooklyn Brooklyn Steel
April 3, 2020 Charlotte The Fillmore Charlotte
April 4, 2020 Nashville The Cowan
April 6, 2020 Atlanta Tabernacle
April 8, 2020 Dallas Canton Hall
April 9, 2020 Austin Emo's
April 12, 2020[lower-alpha 3] Indio Empire Polo Club
April 14, 2020 Los Angeles The Novo
April 15, 2020 San Francisco Regency Ballroom
April 19, 2020[lower-alpha 3] Indio Empire Polo Club
May 8, 2020[lower-alpha 4] Carson Dignity Health Sports Park
May 9, 2020[lower-alpha 5] Washington, D.C. RFK Stadium
May 10, 2020[lower-alpha 6] Miami Gardens Hard Rock Stadium
May 15, 2020[lower-alpha 7] Gulf Shores Gulf Shores Beach
May 20, 2020[lower-alpha 8] Bakersfield Buena Vista Aquatic Recreational Area
July 3, 2020[lower-alpha 9] Roskilde Denmark Festivalpladsen COVID-19 pandemic[3]
July 4, 2020[lower-alpha 10] London England Finsbury Park
July 5, 2020[lower-alpha 11] Dublin Ireland Marlay Park
North America
July 25, 2020[lower-alpha 12] Detroit United States Historic Fort Wayne COVID-19 pandemic[3]
  1. The March 25, 2020 concert in Chicago was originally scheduled to take place at Avondale Music Hall, but was relocated due to popular demand.
  2. The March 30, 2020 concert in Philadelphia was originally scheduled to take place at Theatre of Living Arts, but was relocated due to popular demand.
  3. 3.0 3.1 These concerts were part of Coachella.
  4. The May 8, 2020 concert in Carson is part of Lovers & Friends Festival.
  5. The May 9, 2020 concert in Washington, D.C. is part of Broccoli City Festival.
  6. The May 10, 2020 concert in Miami Gardens is part of ROLLING LOUD.
  7. The May 15, 2020 concert in Gulf Shores is part of Hangout Music Festival.
  8. The May 20, 2020 concert in Bakersfield was part of Lightning in a Bottle.
  9. The July 3, 2020 concert in Roskilde is part of Roskilde Festival.
  10. The July 4, 2020 concert in London is part of Wireless Festival.
  11. The July 5, 2020 concert in Dublin is part of Longitude Festival.
  12. The July 25, 2020 concert in Detroit at Waterfront Park is part of the Mo Pop Festival.


  1. "Doja Cat Set for 'Hot Pink Tour' Across The States". The Source. Retrieved 2020-02-25. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Doja Cat announces 2020 'Hot Pink' North American tour". BrooklynVegan. Retrieved 2020-02-25. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 https://twitter.com/DojaCat/status/1239685534693253120
  4. "Doja Cat's 'Hot Pink' Album Featuring Gucci Mane, Tyga and Smino Has Arrived: Stream it Now". Billboard. Retrieved 2020-02-25. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. "Doja Cat Recruits Tyga for "Juicy" Remix Video". Complex. Retrieved 2020-02-25.
  6. "Doja Cat & Tyga Deliver a 'Juicy' Performance On 'Late Night With Seth Meyers': Watch". Billboard. Retrieved 2020-02-25. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  7. "Doja Cat Wants to Be Taken Seriously as a Rapper". XXL. Retrieved 2020-02-25. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  8. "Coachella 2020's local shows include FKA Twigs, Doja Cat, Hatsune Miku and more". Time Out. Retrieved 2020-02-25. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  9. "All the Live Events, Movie Releases, and Productions Affected by the Coronavirus". Vulture. Retrieved 2020-03-19. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  10. "Doja Cat Hires Choreographer, Won't Be "Twerking All The Time"". HotNewHipHop. Retrieved 2020-02-29.
  11. "Tour". Doja Cat. Retrieved 2020-02-24.
  12. https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-51829199
  13. https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/9335126/lightning-in-a-bottle-2020-postponed-coronavirus

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