Kicking off March 16 in Milan, Italy, the European leg of “Head Above Water” 2020 World Tour will hit 11+ cities including Amsterdam, Paris, and Berlin before concluding April 2 in Manchester. Following the European shows, the eight-time Grammy-nominated singer will continue on her “Head Above Water” tour across China and Japan stopping in multiple cities.
After six years, this will be Lavigne’s first returning since her 2014 China Tour. Avril Lavigne will bring her exuberant live show to more fans in China!
‘We had the most amazing time performing on the North American ‘Head Above Water’ Tour!! I can’t believe how quickly it went by. Seeing all of your faces each night and feeling your energy was exactly what I needed. I truly missed being up on stage, singing with you and this has brought me so much happiness which is why I’m even more excited to announce that I’ll be taking the ‘Head Above Water’ Tour worldwide next year with dates in Europe, Japan and China!” said Lavigne.
On her 15-date North American run, Lavigne wowed audiences across the country after hitting the road for the first time in 5 years. The “Head Above Water” tour, which kicked off September 14, 2019, is in support of her critically acclaimed sixth studio album, “Head Above Water”, which debuted in the Top 10 following its release on February 15, 2019 via BMG.
The tour’s initial shows have received an outpouring of fan and critical acclaim:
“Avril Lavigne's new tour is an UNCOMPLICATED PARADE OF HITS… Lavigne flew through a career-spanning set of angsty jams, party-starters, and stirring ballads… the HIT-PACKED SHOW is a FUN-LOVING CELEBRATION OF HER LEGACY.” – MTV
“Avril Lavigne kicks off first tour in five years with CAREER-SPANNING SETLIST… and it’s pretty EPIC.” – Alternative Press
“It felt like Lavigne had never left. Her voice had new depth and power, but her performance was just as BOUNCY, ENERGETIC AND FUN as in the past… Lavigne’s performance was a statement of growth she’s made in the past three years and a CELEBRATION OF THE HITS… Fans seemed to connect with Lavigne from the show’s first notes and never let up.” – RIFF Magazine