In just a few weeks, fans will be able to listen to Rihanna's latest album Anti live and in-person at the Anti World Tour, which begins later this month. Tickets went on sale on Dec. 3 and can be purchased on Ticketmaster.
The North American leg's first show is on Feb. 26 in San Diego, and then Rihanna will make stops in cities such as Austin, Texas; New York; and Washington, D.C. On June 11, Rihanna hops on over to Europe, starting in Amsterdam and then performing in places such as London, Stockholm and Lille, France. The tour is set to end on Aug. 12 in Zurich. Every tour date can be found here.
Travis Scott will join the Barbadian singer onstage for her American shows, while Canadian R&B singer the Weeknd and rapper Big Sean will accompany her in Europe.
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On the new album, Rihanna takes on new sounds and influences, including the slow, heartbreak ballad "Never Ending," which sounds like British singer Dido's 1998 "Thank You," and a cover of psych-rock band Tame Impala's "New Person, Same Old Mistakes."
"Ultimately, Anti's sound is more than just another new costume for a singer who's dabbled in everything from flirty teen-pop to aggressive trap over the last decade-plus," Brittany Spanos wrote in Rolling Stone's review of the album published Monday. "This is an album that forces us to question the boxes we've placed Rihanna in all along."