BOYWITHUKE ANNOUNCES 2023 WORLD TOUR
MORE MUSIC COMING SOON
28 APRIL 2023 (TORONTO, ON) – Gearing up for his biggest worldwide jaunt yet, Platinum-Certified singer, songwriter, and producer BoyWithUke reveals his extensive 2023 global headline tour plans with.
The world tour begins in May and includes previously announced shows in Asia & Australia that include stops in Seoul, Tokyo, Taipei, Manila, Singapore, Sydney, and Melbourne. New dates announced today include European & North American shows that start in Europe including Warsaw, Berlin, Amsterdam, and London, he then returns stateside commencing the US leg of the tour on September 6th in Houston, TX at House of Blues. The tour stops in major markets, such as Atlanta, Washington D.C., New York City, Boston, and Los Angeles, and concludes on October 3rd in Phoenix, AZ at Van Buren, with Naethen Apollo opening. See full tour dates below.
Tickets will be available starting Tuesday 5/2 at 10am local via an artist pre-sale followed by local pre-sales Wednesday 5/3 and Thursday 5/4 starting 10am local time. General on-sale launches on Friday 5/5 at 10am local time. For all dates and ticket info go to www.boywithukemusic.com
Check out the full confirmed itinerary below.
BoyWithUke recently unveiled the buzzing “Out of Reach.” Right out of the gate, it reeled in north of 4 million Spotify streams in addition to over 1 million YouTube views on the lyric video. Watch the lyric video for “Out Of Reach” HERE.
Delivering a unique, undeniable, and unforgettable live set all his own, don’t miss BoyWithUke on the road in 2023!
In other big news, BoyWithUke headlined his very own in-game Roblox concert. Presented by Comic Relief US’s new campaign Kids Relief, the show went down inside Kids Relief’s: SolarPunk Simulator game—one of the first virtual worlds created by a nonprofit. The enigmatic masked sensation delivered a full set for players worldwide highlighted by the official live debut performance of “Out Of Reach.” The show was one of the highest rated concerts on Roblox (at 94%) and had over 2.5 million total visits. Kids Relief notably raises money to support breaking the cycle of poverty for young people.
“Out Of Reach” followed his fan favorite Antisocial EP. The latter has accumulated tens of millions of streams highlighted by “Rockstar.” The song has reeled in over 13 million Spotify streams and counting as well as 5 million YouTube views on the music video, which was shot in Toronto and directed by Kevin Lien. Earning critical acclaim, Ones To Watch proclaimed, “Outside of beautiful sonics and ear-candy melodies, it’s BoyWithUke’s poetry that shines through the most on ‘Rockstar’.”
Antisocial landed in the wake of “Sick Of U” feat. Oliver Tree, which has generated over 60 million Spotify streams and 23 million YouTube views on the music video. Meanwhile, Genius predicted, “‘Sick Of U’ signifies a new chapter for the artist.”
Speaking of Genius, BoyWithUke’s “Toxic” Open Mic performance has remained the #1 most viewed video on Genius with over 102 million views and counting—watch HERE. He recently explained the song’s backstory on Verified—watch HERE.
BoyWithUke continues racing towards a major mainstream breakthrough. His following has grown beyond 7 million on TikTok, 3 million on YouTube, and nearly 10 million monthly listeners on Spotify. His full-length debut album Serotonin Dreams only fueled this explosion. Beyond tallying hundreds of millions of streams, The Honey Pop hailed it as “the album of our dreams.”
Additionally, BoyWithUke’s 2021 Platinum-Certified smash hit “Toxic” has amassed over 1.2 billion global streams to date and peaked at #1 on the Alternative Radio Chart for two consecutive weeks. Not to mention, it was #7 on Google’s Top Trending Songs of 2022 (US). Last year, he also sold out his first-ever headline shows in New York and Los Angeles.
Get ready to experience more from BoyWithUke soon!
2023 European Tour Dates
8/11 Ribitz-Damgarten, Germany About You Pangea Festival
8/13 Warsaw, Poland Progresja
8/15 Berlin, Germany Columbia Theater
8/17 Amsterdam, Netherlands Paradiso
8/19 Cologne, Germany Kantine
8/21 London, United Kingdom Electric Ballroom
2023 U.S. Tour Dates
9/6 Houston, TX House of Blues
9/7 Dallas, TX House of Blues
9/9 Atlanta, GA Variety
9/11 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
9/14 New York, NY Webster Hall
9/15 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer
9/16 Boston, MA Royale
9/18 Montreal, QC Corona Theatre
9/19 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre
9/21 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
9/22 Chicago, IL House of Blues
9/23 Minneapolis, MN Varsity
9/26 Denver, CO Gothic
9/27 Salt Lake City, UT Complex
9/29 San Francisco, CA August Hall
9/30 Los Angeles, CA Fonda
10/3 Phoenix, AZ Van Buren
What do we know about BoyWithUke? If you quickly scan TikTok, you can figure out he is a musical artist who writes and produces all of his own music, creating songs in his dorm room on GarageBand while hiding his face from the public with his now signature glowing mask. Take a deeper look, and you’ll see he frequently posts “minute long songs,” many times written in response to requests from fans. His biggest hit to date was written after a fan commented “make a song about toxic friends plzzzx,” and the response was the song “Toxic.” The song describes how it feels when you realize all your friends are terrible people (people you’d probably be better off without), but the thought of being alone makes you feel even worse. The song has taken over as it vaulted into the Top 10 at Alternative Radio and has reached nearly 1.2 billion global streams to date. Not to mention, his performance of “Toxic” has emerged as the platform’s second highest-viewed Genius video to date with nearly 60 million views and counting. Up next, he will be continuing his sold out international headline tour and releasing his debut album Serotonin Dreams that features new single “IDGAF” ft. blackbear. The project will be the follow up to previous full length projects Melatonin Dreams, Fever Dreams, Trouvaille EP, and his latest Faded EP (featuring numerous songs created from his TikTok “minute long songs” project).