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Britney Spears Announces ‘Femme Fatale’ European Tour Dates


Britney Spears has just announced the European tour dates for her ‘Femme Fatale’ tour.

The European leg of the tour will take place almost a month after completing the North American tour with Nicki Minaj.

Britney Spears is going on tour with Minaj this summer. The Live Nation produced tour is scheduled to begin on June 17th in Sacramento and will play Nassau Coliseum on August 2nd and IZOD Center on August 5th.


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In March, Britney Spears announced on Good Morning America that she would be touring this summer with Enrique Iglesias. Live Nation made the same announcement to the media, exciting fans across North America. Unfortunately,  Live Nation sent out another media advisory stating that “Enrique Iglesias is no longer on this tour,” leaving fans with one less Latino. Newcomer to the music scene, Nicki Minaj was enlisted to tour with Brit Brit instead.

According to Aceshowbiz.com, in the meantime, Brit’s third single “I Wanna Go” and video is about to drop any day. In the video, she will don pink hair ( kind of like Minaj) and she will be hounded by paparazzi and is saved by a man.

Tickets for her new tour dates will go on sale this week. Her new European Tour Dates Include:

Sept. 24 – Moscow, Russia- Olimpiiski

Sept. 27 – Kiev, Ukraine – the Palace of Sports

Oct. 03 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion

Oct. 05 – Amneville, France- Galaxie

Oct. 06 – Paris, France – Bercy

Oct. 10 – Herning, Denmark- Boxen

Oct. 21 – Montpellier, France – Arena

Her North American Tour Dates Include:

June 17             Sacramento, CA                     Power Balance Pavilion

June 18             San Jose, CA                         HP Pavilion

June 20             Los Angeles, CA                     Staples Center

June 24             Anaheim, CA                          Honda Center

June 25             Las Vegas, NV                       MGM Grand

June 28             Portland, OR                          Rose Garden Arena

June 29             Tacoma, WA                          Tacoma Dome

July 1                Vancouver, BC                        Rogers Arena

July 4                Winnipeg, MB                         MTS Centre

July 6                St. Paul, MN                          Xcel Center

July 8                Chicago, IL                             United Center

July 12              Dallas, TX                               American Airlines Center

July 13              Houston, TX                            Toyota Center

July 15              New Orleans, LA                     New Orleans Arena

July 17              Atlanta, GA                            Philips Arena

July 20              Orlando, FL                            Amway Center

July 22              Miami, FL                               American Airlines Arena

July 26              Cleveland, OH                         Quicken Loans Arena

July 28              Detroit, MI                              Palace of Auburn Hills

July 30              Philadelphia, PA                     Wells Fargo Center

July 31              Washington, DC                     Verizon Center

August 2           Uniondale, NJ                       Nassau Coliseum

August 5           East Rutherford, NJ               Izod Center

August 8           Boston, MA                            TD Garden

August 11         Montreal, QC                          Bell Centre

August 13         Toronto, ON                            Air Canada Centre

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