Tinashe Announces Summer 2023 Tour Dates

Tinashe has announced a mini tour beginning with an appearance on June 2 in Los Angeles, California, at WeHo Pride.

From there, the multifaceted artist will continue celebrating Pride month by headlining Pitchfork x Them’s Night Out event, which takes place on June 17 at Knockdown Center in Queens, New York.

Other concerts in June will take Tinashe overseas to perform in U.K. and European territories, including Paris, London, and Oslo, Norway.

Tinashe’s upcoming show dates will certainly feature music from her most recent album, 333, and its deluxe edition.

Tinashe 333 Deluxe
Tinashe Music

The updated version featured four additional tracks, including “Naturally” and “Woke Up Blessed.” The former track was unveiled with a gory music video.

The original version of 333, released in August 2021, features Buddy, Kaytranada, Jeremih, Kaash Paige, Quiet Child, AB, Kudzai and Wax Motif.

Tinashe’s fifth studio album and ninth project to date include the singles “X,” “Bouncin‘” and “I Can See The Future.” She performed the former for Jimmy Kimmel Live!

333 was among Rated R&B’s 30 Best R&B Albums of 2021 list.

Regarding the album, Rated R&B’s Jakori Beauchamp said, “333 liberates Tinashe from one particular sound, dealing in more synth-pop and thumping trap finesse, as well as alt-R&B and uptempo confines she’s thrived in on previous works.”

333 followed Tinashe’s 2019 album, Songs for You.

Solo tunes aside, Tinashe has worked with several other artists, including KYLE (“Who’s Taking You Home“), Shygirl (“Heaven“) and Dixson (“Heat“).

See Tinashe’s tour dates below.

Tinashe’s Summer Tour 2023 Dates 

Jun 2 – Los Angeles, CA @ WeHo Pride 
Jun 17 – Queens, NY @ Pitchfork x Them (Night Out)
Jun 20 – Athens, GR @ Release Athens Festival
Jun 23 – Milan, IT @ I-Days Milano Coca-Cola
Jun 24 – Paris, FR @ Dindada
Jun 25 – London, UK @ BTS Hype Park
Jun 27 – Copenhagen, DK @ VEGA
Jun 28 – Oslo, Germany @ Sentrum Scene

Tinashe summer 2023 tour

Get more ticket information at tinashenow.com.


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