Rihanna Announces New 'Diamonds World Tour' For 2013 Fresh From MTV VMAs 2012 Win
7 September 2012, 19:43 | Updated: 9 September 2012, 09:25
The 'We Found Love' star will perform an initial North American leg of 24 dates with more to follow soon.
Rihanna has announced a brand new world tour kicking off across North America in early 2013.
Fresh from performing live at the MTV Video Music Awards 2012 (VMAs) in Los Angeles last night (6th September), the 'Where Have You Been' singer has announced her 'Diamonds World Tour' beginning in March 2013 with a show in Buffalo, New York.
"Rihanna's going on tour!" Rihanna's Facebook reads. "Get ready for the DIAMONDS WORLD TOUR hitting a city near you in 2013!"
The 'You Da One' star has announced an initial North American leg of 27 shows, with more dates across the world expected to be announced in the coming months.
Rihanna will perform across cities including Chicago, Los Angeles, Toronto, San Diego and New York on the newly announced jaunt, presumably to promote her as yet unfinished seventh studio album.
The Bajan pop singer has been working in the recording studio for the past several months on the follow up to last year's 'Talk That Talk'.
Last night at the VMAs Rihanna performed her official remix of US single 'Cockiness', before launching into her former Vodafone Big Top 40 number one single 'We Found Love', as well as taking home the gong for Video Of The Year for the latter.
Check out a picture of Rihanna picking up her awards at the VMAs 2012 below (Credit: Getty):
Rihanna's 'Diamonds World Tour' will have a pre-sale for fans to get early access to tickets from 14th September.
Check out the full list of Rihanna's North American Tour dates below
- Buffalo, NY (First Niagara Center) - 8th March
- Boston, MA (TD Garden) - 10th March
- Baltimore, MD (1st Mariner Arena) - 12th March
- Philadelphia, PA (Wells Garfo Center) - 14th March
- Hartford, CT (XL Center) - 15th March
- Montreal, QC (Bell Centre) - 17th March
- Toronto, ON (Air Canada Centre) - 18th March
- Detroit, MI (Joe Louis Arena) - 21st March
- Chicago, IL (United Center) - 22nd March
- St. Paul, MN (Xcel Energy Center) - 24th March
- Winnipeg, MB (MTV Center) - 25th March
- Edmonton, AB (Rexall Place) - 27th March
- Calgary, AB (Scotiabank Saddledome) - 30th March
- Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena) - 1st April
- Seattle, WA (Key Arena) - 3rd April
- San Jose, California (HP Pavilion) - 6th April
- Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center) - 8th April
- San Diego, CA (Valley View Casino Center) - 11th April
- Las Vegas, NV (Mandalay Bay) - 12th April
- Houston, TX (Toyota Center) - 15th April
- Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center) - 16th April
- Tampa, FL (Tampa Bay Times Forum) - 19th April
- Ft. Lauderdale, FL (BankAtlantic Center) - 20th April
- Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena) - 22nd April
- Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center) - 29th April
- Ottawa, ON (Scotiabank Place) - 2nd May
- Brooklyn, NY (Barclays Center) - 4th May