Singer-songwriter Greyson Chance is headed back to North America after The Portraits World tour hit Asia, U.K., Europe and Ireland. The second leg of Chance’s tour will kick off on Halloween at Soundbar in Orlando, Florida and run through 2020.
Chance will visit Atlanta, Toronto, Montreal, New York, Boston, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Honolulu and more. The 27-date trek will close out on Jan. 24 at Mount Baker Theatre in Bellingham, Washington. The Washington date will close out six months of touring for Chance that began in July.
His world tour is in support of Chance’s latest full-length album Portraits which was released in March. Included on the tour’s set list will be Chance’s current single “Shut Up,” which has accumulated more than 20 million streams across all digital platforms and was recently performed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as well as ABC’s show Strahan and Sara.
A native of Oklahoma, Chance came into the national spotlight in 2010, after his rendition of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” was viewed by over 60 million people on YouTube. Chance came out publicly in 2017 and uses his platform to be a resource and champion for others in the LGBTQ community.
Chance has recently signed with Arista Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment and will release new music this fall through the top of 2020. Check out a full list of Chance’s North American dates below.