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13 November 2018 (Toronto, ON) - Last month Robyn released Honey, the massively anticipated, critically lauded follow up to her beloved album Body Talk. Today, fans can look forward to hearing the album live as Robyn announces a 2019 North American tour in support of the record. The tour kicks off in Los Angeles on February 24rd and takes her to NYC, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, DC, Chicago, Boston and more. A full rundown can be found below. Tickets go on sale at 10am local time on Friday, November 16th and are available here.


Tickets for Robyn’s show at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY went on sale last Friday and sold out the same day. 


Across five studio albums and a career spanning twenty-three years, Robyn has accumulated four UK top ten singles, five Grammy nominations, hundreds of millions of streams, and created some of the most memorable songs of the past two decades, including “Dancing On My Own,” “Call Your Girlfriend,” “Hang With Me” and “With Every Heartbeat.”


North American Tour Dates

02/23/19 - The Palladium - Los Angeles, CA

02/26/19 - Fox Theater - Oakland, CA

02/28/19 - PNE Forum - Vancouver, BC

03/01/19 - Paramount - Seattle, WA

03/05/19 - Palace Theatre - Minneapolis, MN

03/06/19 - Riviera Theatre - Chicago, IL

03/08/19 - Madison Square Garden - New York, NY  SOLD OUT

03/09/19 - The Anthem - Washington, DC

03/11/19 - House of Blues - Boston, MA

03/13/19 - MTELUS - Montreal, QC

03/14/19 - Rebel - Toronto, ON


European Tour Dates

02/05/19 - Konserthus - Stavanger

02/06/19 - USF Rokeriet - Bergen

02/08/19 - Live Kongressen - Malmo

02/09/19 - Gothenburg Studios - Gothenburg

03/04/19 - Tonhalle - Munich

04/05/19 - Palladium - Cologne

04/06/19 - UFO Velodrome - Berlin

04/07/19 - Mehr! Theater - Hamburg

04/09/19 - L’Olympia - Paris

04/10/19 - Melkweg - Amsterdam

04/12/19 – London - Alexandra Palace




“The best music of her career” - TIME


“Overwhelming, gauzy and beautiful.” - New York Times


“A long-awaited return” - The FADER


"...“Honey” is loose and free and physical. It captures and concretizes the wordless, ephemeral moments of bliss and sorrow that come when you’re in a crush of strangers, unsure of the future...maximum sadness, felt as the bedrock of absolute joy." - New Yorker


“Robyn, once again, offers us immortality, at least for a few minutes.” - PITCHFORK


"Honey is, at its core, about moving your body and your heart towards something freer, softer, more honest." - NPR


"Robyn’s voice, like all iconic things, is complicated. It is at once sweet and clear, like that of a child star on the Broadway stage, but with the haunting, helium-alien quality of Björk’s trademark feather-wail. Robyn is a true eccentric and a total Tinker Bell and an emotionally adept healer of universal wounds." - Interview


"..['Honey'] is a full-on recognition of our shared experience. Grief, love, regret, remorse, joy, denial, the uncontrollable urge to party—it's all here. And listening to it inspires real emotion. For some, it might serve as an invitation to cry, for others, to dance. To all, to revel in, as she sings, our very human being. Go on, give in.” - Esquire


"She became an ambassador for pop’s richness as an art form and a patron saint for anyone who’s ever found salvation on the dance floor." - Slate


"There’ claims to indestructibility...'Honey’s' defiance manifests as radical vulnerability and generosity." - AV Club


“A master of her craft” - i-D


"Honey is a luxuriant album — it’s patient and slow and methodical." - Stereogum


"'Honey' is a near-flawless dance pop album. It doesn’t need political or cultural commentary to assert relevancy; in Robyn’s deep understanding of human emotion and what moves us, Honey feels dire all the same." - Paste


“‘Honey' slides down as a tonic for all that ails you.” - Refinery 29


"...the resulting album is a salute to the restorative power of music and movement...'Honey,' sparkling yet subtly realized and constantly in motion, follows Robyn from the precipice of heartbreak into the club and onto the beach, and eventually toward something resembling redemption." - SPIN


"'Honey' is masterful because it works both as a stunning document of human frailty and a feathery soundtrack to moonlit swooning...'Honey' might not be syrupy in its arrangements, but it still lives up to the name: like bees processing pollen and nectar, Robyn makes coarse, painful elements seem enticing and even sweet." - Vulture


"'Honey' is the kind of album she's strived her whole life to be able to release, an honest manifestation of her artistry that's uniquely and purely hers." - USA Today


"Honey which strips away the superhuman toughness and flash that once defined Robyn’s sound for something deeper." - Jezebel