Drag singing icon Pabllo Vittar announces UK and Ireland tour dates for 2022: how to get tickets
Pabllo Vittar has announced UK and Ireland dates on her 2022 world tour.
The drag queen and singer will headline London’s Electric Brixton and Dublin’s National Stadium next summer as part of the tour.
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The icon announced the tour on social media alongside a stunning robotic graphic created by regular Lady Gaga collaborator, Nicola Formichetti.
She said, “babies, so excited to announce I’m finally going on tour in 2022!”, before promising more news adding, “will be announcing more shows globally in the coming months!”.
The tour is in support of her fourth studio album Batidão Tropical which was released in June 2021 and features singles “Ama Sofre Chora” and “Triste Com T”.
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Since Pabllo performed Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing” on a local Brazilian talent show in 2014 she has become the most popular drag queen in the world.
She has twice as many Instagram followers as RuPaul, has more than 1 billion views on YouTube, has released four albums and three EPs and collaborated with Charli XCX, Rina Sawayama and Diplo.
During his campaign she cut ties with companies that supported him, ended concerts by screaming the protest slogan “ele nao” (not him) and used her Instagram account to spread the message.
Recently she lent her voice to LGBT+ book We Can Do Better Than This, which features 35 prominent queer voices sharing their stories and visions for the future, with Pabllo pleading for the end of hate murders.
Her 2022 headline tour will also visit venues across North America and Europe including festival Primavera Sound in Spain which also boasts Megan Thee Stallion, Dua Lipa, Lorde and Big Freedia on its lineup.
Pabllo Vittar’s 2022 UK and Ireland tour dates
- 26 May – Dublin, National Stadium
- 5 June – London, Electric Brixton
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