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Charli XCX Plots 2024 International ‘BRAT’ Tour Dates

Charli XCX announced the international dates for her 2024 Brat tour on Monday (March 25), which will be a mix of live concerts and what she’s dubbed “partygirl” events. The run will kick off with a set at Primavera Sound Barcelona on June 1, followed by shows in London, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Mexico City before winding down on June 22 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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Just hours after announcing the dates, the singer noted on Instagram that all the shows were already sold out.

At press time Charli had not yet announced the release date for BRAT, her sixth full-length album, though she did recently reveal that it is out this summer, contains 15 songs and is 41:23 long. The follow-up to her 2022 album Crash has been advanced by the uptempo first single, “Von Dutch.”

Speaking to Billboard at this year’s 2024 Women in Music event, Charli said that BRAT is a club record meant to evoke the illegal London rave scene of the early 2000s where she started performing as a 14 and 15-year-old, produced from a tight collection of sounds to create “this unique minimalism that is very loud and bold.”

She also said that the album is “very direct” eschewing “metaphor and flowery lyricism” for language that is closer to the way she talks to her friends in text messages. “This record is all the things I would talk about with my friends, said exactly how I would say them. It’s in ways very aggressive and confrontational, but also very conversational and personal,” she said. “And not in that boring way where artists are like, ‘This is my most personal record.’ To me, it feels like listening to a conversation with a friend.

See the Brat tour announcement and dates below.

BRAT tour dates:

June 1 — Barcelona, Spain @ Primavera Sound Barcelona

June 7 — London, England @ Here at Outernet

June 11 — Queens, NY @ Knockdown Center

June 12 — Chicago, IL @ Radius

June 15 — Los Angeles, CA @ Shrine Expo Hall

June 19 — Mexico City, Mexico @ LooLoo Studio

June 22 — São Paulo, Brazil @ Zig Club

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