Miguel‘s 2013 tour dates show just how far the rising R&B star has come in the last three years. Miguel has three shows booked in South Africa—March 1, 2 and 3—and after that, he hits the road with Alicia Keys for her “Girl on Fire” tour. That trek begins in Seattle on March 7 and continues through April 18, when the pair stops in Chicago for a concert at the United Center.
Miguel’s 2013 tour itinerary is below. This latest batch of dates comes as Miguel continues to garner praise for his sophomore album, “Kaleidoscope Dream,” and enjoy the kind of increased recognition that comes with scoring five Grammy nominations. Although the L.A. native only bagged one gramophone statue at the 2013 ceremony—Best R&B song, for his smash “Adorn”—he’s more visible than ever.
In concert, Miguel showcases the wide range of influences—everyone from Prince to David Bowie and Def Leppard—that make him such a compelling singer, songwriter and performer. While Miguel’s 2010 debut album, “All I Want Is You,” proved a commercial disappointment, the multi-talented artist is making up for lost time, showing the world he’s fit to stand alongside Keys on some of the nation’s largest stations.
Miguel’s 2013 tour dates:
March 1: Johannesburg, South Africa, Standard Bank Arena
March 2: Johannesburg, South Africa, Standard Bank Arena
March 3: Cape Town, South Africa, Ostrich Polo Farm Gardens
March 7: Seattle, Wash., WAMU Theatre #
March 8: Vancouver, British Columbia Rogers Arena #
March 10: Oakland, Calif., Oracle Arena #
March 12: Los Angeles, Calif., Staples Center #
March 13: San Diego, Calif., Valley View Casino #
March 15: Las Vegas, Nev., Mandalay Bay Center #
March 17: Dallas, Texas, Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie #
March 18: Houston, Texas, Toyota Center #
March 21: New Orleans, La., New Orleans Arena #
March 23: Miami, Fla., American Airlines Arena #
March 24: Tampa, Fla., Tampa Bay Time Forum #
March 27: Southaven, MS, Landers Center #
March 29: Atlanta, Ga., Philips Arena #
March 30: Greensboro, N.C., Greensboro Coliseum #
April 2: Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Centre #
April 3: Montreal, Quebec, Bell Centre #
April 5: Brooklyn, N.Y., Barclays Center #
April 6: Mashantucket, Conn., MGM Grand at Foxwoods #
April 10: Boston, Mass., Agganis Arena #
April 11: New York, N.Y., Madison Square Garden #
April 13: Atlantic City, N.J., Mark G. Etess Arena #
April 14: Washington, D.C., Verizon Center #
April 17: Detroit, Mich., Joe Louis Arena #
April 18: Chicago, Ill., United Center #
# w/ Alicia Keys
Like TheUrbanDaily.com on Facebook to stay updated with the latest entertainment news and original interviews!
MORE CONCERTS ON THE URBAN DAILY!