Demi Lovato Books 21 Date North American Tour
Demi Lovato recently announced that she would undertake a summer tour later this year to continue support for her most recent album, Unbroken.
The tour will kick off on June 12 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in Del Mar, Calif., and will continue through September 1 when the pop star and actress performs at the Oregon State Fairgrounds Pavilion in Salem, Ore. In between, Lovato will perform in cities including Hershey, Penn.; Canandaigua, N.Y.; Salt Lake City; Las Vegas; Highland Park, Ill.; Essex Junction, Vt. and Monroe, Wash.
Hot Chelle Rae and Owl City are scheduled to provide support for the artist throughout this tour.
Lovato was recently on tour in South America, and she will be continuing to support Unbroken, which is her third studio album and was released in September last year. The album continues to be successful – the single “Skyscraper” was recently certified platinum, and her new single, “Give Your Heart a Break,” was released earlier this month.
Lovato spoke to MTV News recently about the album.
“I didn’t want to come out with this depressing album,” she told the network. “I think it’s important that I kept a lot of my heart open on the album because I talked about my personal issues. But I also had some fun dance songs on there for people to enjoy.”
In other Lovato news, a recent show in Paraguay was forced to be temporarily stopped when fans began to rush the stage. Screaming fans began to rush the stage and caused Lovato to shout, “You guys gotta be safe though.”
Security reportedly became involved when a female fan ran up to Lovato and hugged her, which prompted many male fans to try and do the same. The incident forced the singer to leave the stage, though she returned shortly to finish the concert.