Building up anticipation for their upcoming album, 7/27 , Fifth Harmony has released tour dates for this summer. The all-girl group will be touring in North and South America from June to September, playing across the US after their previously announced stint in Latin America. Some fans might have been worried that the tour would not be happening, as there had been some speculation that the group was breaking up. Luckily, a planned tour across many states and countries seems to confirm what the band's members have already attested: that the group is happy and staying together for the time being.
7/27 will be the group's second album, following their debut, Reflection, in 2015. For those not in the know, the band was formed on The X Factor in 2012 and consists of Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, Camila Cabello, and Lauren Jauregui. 7/27 's lead single, "Work From Home," was released in February, and has definitely done the job of getting fans excited for the album. While you might think that the album will be released on July 27th, we will only have to wait until the 27th of May; the date in the title refers to the day that the group was formed on The X-Factor.
If you're wondering how to get tickets for the tour, fans who are willing to put in a little bit of time (and money) should be able to find good seats. If you join the Fifth Harmony tour club, you'll be able to participate in the presale this Monday May 23 at noon (in the timezone of the venue). Membership is $35, which isn't bad if you consider that you also get a CD copy of 7/27. Members will also be in a premium spot to buy VIP packages for the tour; while the details of the North American packages haven't been revealed, the Latin American tour packages included a meet and greet with 5H, a photo opp, and lots of swag.
The general sale will start on Wednesday the 27th at 10 a.m. in the time zone of whatever venue you're interested in buying tickets for. Here are the various places in the U.S. where 5H will be touring — you can find more info on their website:
Wed., July 27, 2016- Manchester, NH Thu., July 28, 2016 - Boston, MAFri., July 29, 2016- Fairfax, VASat., July 30, 2016- Uncasville, CTTue., Aug. 2, 2016- Brooklyn, NYWed. Aug. 3, 2016- Darien Center, NYFri., Aug. 5, 2016- Bangor, MESat., Aug. 6, 2016- Providence, RISun., Aug. 7, 2016- Camden, NJTue., Aug. 9, 2016- Cleveland, OHThu., Aug. 11, 2016 - Toronto, ONSat., Aug. 13, 2016- Rochester Hills, MISun., Aug. 14, 2016- Noblesville, INTue., Aug. 16, 2016- Charlotte, NCThu., Aug. 18, 2016- Virginia Beach, VAFri., Aug. 19, 2016- Raleigh, NCSun., Aug. 21, 2016- Nashville, TNTue., Aug. 23, 2016- Atlanta, GAThu., Aug. 25, 2016- Tampa, FLFri., Aug. 26, 2016- West Palm Beach, FLWed., Aug. 31, 2016- Chicago, ILThu., Sept. 1, 2016- Kansas City, MOFri., Sept. 2, 2016- St. Louis, MOSun., Sept. 4, 2016- Dallas, TXMon., Sept. 5, 2016- Woodlands, TXTue., Sept. 6, 2016- Midland, TXThu., Sept. 08, 2016- Phoenix, AZFri., Sept. 09, 2016- Irvine, CASat., Sept. 10, 2016- Concord, CATue., Sept. 13, 2016- Auburn, WAWed., Sept. 14, 2016- Ridgefield, WAFri., Sept. 16, 2016 - San Diego, CASat., Sept. 17, 2016- Las Vegas, NV