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Suki Waterhouse Shines Bright: The Sparklemuffin Tour Set to Dazzle North America


Suki Waterhouse

Credit: Jeremy Soma


As the autumn leaves begin to turn, so will the wheels of Suki Waterhouse’s tour bus, as she sets out on a grand adventure that’s been aptly named The Sparklemuffin Tour. This isn’t just any tour; it’s a kaleidoscope of sound and emotion that will sweep through North America, touching the hearts of music lovers in 24 cities. The tour’s grand debut will be nothing short of spectacular, with the first chords set to ring out in Denver’s Mission Ballroom on September 28. From there, the tour will weave a tapestry of melodies across the continent, with stops in the bustling metropolises of Los Angeles, the cultural melting pot of New York City, the windswept streets of Chicago, the historic avenues of Boston, the diverse cityscape of Toronto, the French charm of Montreal, and many more.


The Sparklemuffin Tour promises a lineup that’s as diverse as the cities it will visit. The opening night will feature the talented Debbii Dawson, an RCA Records act whose music resonates with the soul. From October 17th to December 21st, select dates will be amplified by the raw energy of Bully, Suki’s fellow Sub Pop labelmate, ensuring that every night is an unforgettable experience.


For the fans who’ve been following Suki’s meteoric rise, special presales began on May 8th, offering a chance to secure their place in what’s sure to be a series of mesmerizing nights. The general public wasn’t far behind, with tickets going on sale on May 10th. These tickets aren’t just passes to a concert; they’re keys to a kingdom of musical bliss.


Suki Waterhouse, a name that now echoes through the halls of music history, made her Coachella debut in a fashion that only she could—closing out the Gobi stage with a performance that was both intimate and explosive. Her set was a curated collection of her journey so far, featuring her new singles “My Fun” and “Faded,” as well as the tracks that have become anthems to her fans: “Nostalgia,” “To Love,” “OMG,” and the Platinum hit “Good Looking.” Her cover of Oasis’s “Don’t Look Back In Anger” was a poignant moment that transcended the festival atmosphere, leaving the crowd in awe.


The Sparklemuffin Tour is the next chapter in a story that’s been written on stages across the globe. From the vibrant festivals of South America to the iconic stages of the US, and the passionate crowds of Mexico, Suki has embraced the world with her music. And now, she’s ready to bring that same energy to North America.


The anticipation for Suki’s forthcoming album is palpable. With tracks like “Faded,” “My Fun,” “To Love,” and “OMG,” the album is set to be a soundtrack for the ages. Fans around the world are eagerly awaiting its release, and The Sparklemuffin Tour will be the perfect prelude to this musical masterpiece.


For those looking to be part of this once-in-a-lifetime tour, more information on tickets can be found on Suki’s official tour page. Since her debut album, “I Can’t Let Go,” in May 2022, Suki has been a force of nature in the music world. Her subsequent releases, including the single “Nostalgia” and the EP “Milk Teeth,” have solidified her place in the industry. The viral success of “Good Looking” has only added to her growing legacy. In 2023, the release of “To Love” marked a new era of her career, leading to a headline tour that captivated audiences from North to South America.


As we move through 2024, Suki continues to enchant with her latest releases “OMG,” “My Fun,” and “Faded,” each one a jewel in her crown of musical achievements. Her Coachella debut was a testament to her artistry, and the tracks from her upcoming album promise to be the treasures that fans will cherish for years to come. The Sparklemuffin Tour is not just a series of concerts; it’s a journey through the heart of music itself, led by the incomparable Suki Waterhouse. Prepare to be part of this musical odyssey this fall.


Suki Waterhouse

SUKI WATERHOUSE ‘THE SPARKLEMUFFIN TOUR’ 2024 DATES:             

Sat. Sep. 28 - Denver, CO - Mission Ballroom *                   

Thu. Oct. 17 - Houston, TX -  House of Blues ^                               

Fri. Oct. 18 - Austin, TX -  ACL Live at the Moody Theater ^

Sat. Oct. 19 - Dallas, TX  - The Factory in Deep Ellum ^     

Mon. Oct. 21 - Phoenix, AZ - The Van Buren ^                    

Tue. Oct. 22 - San Diego, CA - The Sound ^           

Wed. Oct. 23 - Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre ^                     

Fri. Oct. 25 - San Francisco, CA - The Warfield                                                   

Mon. Oct. 28 - Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom ^                

Tue. Oct. 30 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theater ^

Mon. Dec. 02 - Kansas City, MO - The Truman ^

Tue. Dec. 03 - St. Louis, MO - The Factory ^ 

Wed. Dec. 04 - Indianapolis, IN - Egyptian Room at Old National Centre ^               

Fri. Dec. 06 - Cleveland, OH - The Agora ^  

Sat. Dec. 07 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Paramount ^

Tue. Dec. 10 - Philadelphia, PA - Franklin Music Hall ^                   

Wed. Dec. 11 - Washington, DC - The Anthem ^

Fri. Dec. 13 - Boston, MA - Roadrunner ^

Sat. Dec. 14 - Montreal, QC - MTELUS ^     

Sun. Dec. 15  - Toronto, ON - HISTORY ^   

Tue. Dec. 17 - Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre ^

Wed. Dec. 18 - Chicago, IL - The Salt Shed ^

Thu. Dec. 19 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium ^

Sat. Dec.  21 - Atlanta, GA - The Eastern ^

^ w/ Bully

*w/ Debbii Dawson


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