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H.E.R. just wrapped up touring alongside Bryson Tiller on his “Set it Off” tour, but the mysterious R&B songstress is hitting the road again this November to kick off her 17-date tour, “The Lights On Tour.” The North American tour touching down on several major cities begins in Washington, DC on November 5 and it concludes in Vancouver, Canada on November 30. Special guests who have yet to be announced will also be hitting the stage with H.E.R throughout her shows.

H.E.R. has dropped two successful solo projects leading up to this major point. H.E.R. Vol. 1 in September 2016 made the iTunes Best of 2016 R&B/Soul Albums list and “Losing” made the Best R&B/Soul Singles list. And this past June her follow-up EP H.E.R. Vol. 2 was released. The RCA Records signee was also featured on Daniel Caesar’s “Best Part” which on his debut album Freudian. Fans are in for an exciting surprise before the start of “The Lights On Tour” because the digital deluxe edition of H.E.R. releasing on October 20 includes five new songs. Tickets go on sale today at 10 am local time on http://her-official.com . Check out the dates below.


H.E.R. “The Lights On Tour” Dates

November 5                       Washington, D.C.              U Street Music Hall

November 6                       Boston, MA                        The Sinclair

November 8                       Atlanta, GA                        The Loft

November 9                       Chicago, IL                        Bottom Lounge

November 10                    Toronto, ON                        Opera House

November 12                    Detroit, MI                           El Club

November 16                    Dallas, TX                           Trees

November 17                    Houston, TX                       Studio @ Warehouse Live

November 19                    Baltimore, MD                    Soundstage

November 20                    New York, NY                     The Bowery Ballroom

November 21                    Philadelphia, PA                 Union Transfer

November 24                    Sacramento, CA                 Harlow’s

November 25                    Los Angeles, CA                El Rey Theatre

November 26                    Santa Ana, CA                   Constellation Room

November 27                    San Francisco, CA             Great American Music Hall

November 29                    Seattle, WA                        Neumos

November 30                    Vancouver, BC                   Fortune Sound