Mika Stops By Coachella To Kick Off His Headlining Tour This Summer

Mika Stops By Coachella To Kick Off His Headlining Tour This Summer

After releasing his fifth album in October of 2019 called My Name Is Michael Holbrook, Mika is heading back out on yet another headlining tour! You may know him from songs such as Popular Song Feat Ariana Grande.

Not only are we getting to see him perform his new album live, but he is also releasing a live version of his new album as well, Mika Live From Brooklyn Steel. You know, just in case you can’t make it to tour — a generous king! The live version will be available next weekend on January 31st! 

His headlining tour starts April 11th in Indio, California, at Coachella! He may only be performing the first weekend, but we are so excited to see him take the nation by storm. The Presale started January 22nd, but it’s not too late to get tickets! You can score tickets here!

Check below to see of MIKA will be visiting a city near you!

4/11 Indio, CA Coachella 4/13 San Francisco, CA The Masonic 4/18 Indio, CA Coachella 4/20 Seattle, WA The ShowBox 4/21 Portland, OR Roseland Theatre 4/24 Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium 4/26 Saint Paul, MN Palace Theatre 4/27 Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre 4/30 Miami Beach, FL Fillmore Miami Beach 5/2 Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom 5/3 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle 5/5 Washington, DC Lincoln Theatre 5/6 Philadelphia, PA Franklin Music Hall 5/7 New York City, NY Terminal 5 5/11 Boston, MA House of Blues 5/13 Toronto, ON Meridian Hall 5/15 Montreal, QC Bell Centre 5/16 Quebec, QC Videotron Centre

Heading to a Mika Concert? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @TheHoneyPop!

To learn more about Mika:
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Featured Image Source: Mika Sounds Official Website

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