Award-winning performer Katy Perry has recently announced via Twitter her new Katy Perry California Dreams Tour. The title is derived from a combination of two songs off of her latest album Teenage Dream, “California Gurls” and the title track, “Teenage Dream.” Katy Perry will be on the X Factor this sunday. Katy Perry Presale Tickets. UPDATE Katy Perry adds a Second Leg to her California Dreams Tour in October 2011
The Katy Perry tour will kick off in Europe in Lisbon, Portugal on February 20, 2011. It then moves on to Milan, Italy on February 23. The next stop is in Zurich, Switzerland two nights later. Perry will play the next night, February 26, in Munich, Germany. She then moves on to Vienna, Austria on February 27. After that 3 days straight schedule, Perry takes a break until March 4. She will play that night in Berlin, Germany. March 6 finds her in Offenbach, Germany. She will head to Paris, France for a show on March 7. Brusells, Belgium is her next stop, playing there on March 10. The next night Perry will be back in Germany to perform in Cologne. She stays in Germany for a show in Hamburg on March 14.
Four days later Perry plays back to back shows in London, United Kingdom on March 17-18. She then does back to back shows in Manchester, United Kingdom on March 21-22. Perry will then have well-deserved break until March 28, when she does a show in Dublin, Ireland. She is then back in the UK for the remainder of the European stage of the tour. The Katy Perry UK Tour will be in Nottingham on March 30, Bournemouth on March 31, Cardiff on April 1, Newcastle on April 3, Birmingham on April 5 and the final show in Glasgow on April 5.
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New Katy Perry Tour 2011 Dates
October 2 – Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena
October 14 – London, O2 Arena
October 18 – Liverpool, Echo Arena
October 19 – Cardiff, International Arena
October 24 – Belfast, Odyssey Arena
October 26 – Birmingham, NIA Arena
October 27 – Newcastle, Metro Arena
October 29 – Aberdeen, AECC
October 31 – Manchester, MEN Arena
November 3 – Glasgow, SECC Hall
November 5 – Nottingham, Trent FM Arena
November 7 – Dublin, O2 Arena