Keyshia Cole announces “A Different Me” tour


keyshia-coleFour-time Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum selling R&B star KEYSHIA COLE is pleased to announce the A Different Me tour that starts on May 13th and ends on June 21st. The 20-city tour will also include performances by label mate Kerri Hilson, The Dream, and Bobby V.

On May 13th the tour kicks off in Cincinnati at Aronoff Theater and will hit major markets across the country including Chicago, Atlanta, and Oakland.

Tickets have already gone on sale for the first shows and are selling out quickly. Keyshia’s manager Manny Halley says, “This is going to be a very exciting tour for Keyshia and her fans are already lining up to buy tickets. In Atlantic City the venue is already close to capacity.”

Going out on the road is one of the things KEYSHIA loves about being an artist. Since the onset of her career she has done hundreds of shows, half of which she headlined. “The most gratifying thing for me in show business is having the ability to be intimate with my fans. Singing directly to them is the most intimate thing I can do,” states Keyshia.

KEYSHIA continues to set the bar high for all new artists that have surfaced on the music scene within the last five years. She may just be the hardest working R&B artist in showbiz with her first two albums going platinum and the third weeks away from reaching RIAA certified platinum status, Keyshia has already been at work in the studio working on new songs for her fans to hear in the near future. Few artists have released records at this pace.

Four-time Grammy award nominee, KEYSHIA recently won the Entertainer of the Year award from NABOB and a Most Requested Artist award from Music Choice. She has also received awards and or nominations for her work with the American Music Awards, Music Choice Awards, NAACP Awards, BET Awards, Vibe Awards, and Ascap Awards.

KEYSHIA just wrapped shooting the video for “Trust” with Monica, the third video from A Different Me. She is gearing up to shoot her fourth (4th) video for the album for the song “This Is Us” before the tour starts.


Wednesday, May 13 Cincinnati Aronoff Center
Thursday, May 14 Milwaukee Riverside Theatre
Friday, May 15 Chicago Chicago Theatre
Saturday, May 16 Detroit Fox Theatre
Thursday, May 21 Atlanta Fox Theatre
Friday, May 22 Greensboro Special Events Arena
Saturday, May 23 Atlantic City Mark Etess Arena Taj Mahal
Sunday, May 24 NYC WAMU @ MSG
Thursday, May 28 DC Constitution Hall
Saturday, May 30 Norfolk Ntelos Pavillion
Sunday, May 31 Columbia, SC Township Auditorium
Tuesday, June 2 Newark NJPAC
Friday, June 5 Mashantucket, CT MGM Foxwoods
Saturday, June 6 Baltimore Pier Six Pavillion
Tuesday, June 9 Nashville Ryman Auditorium
Thursday, June 11 St. Louis Fox Theatre
Saturday, June 13 Dallas Nokia Live
Sunday, June 14 Houston Reliant Arena
Thursday, June 18 Oakland Paramount Theater
Saturday, June 20 LA Nokia


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