Mon Laferte National Tour

Chilean artist Mon Laferte has announced a two-month tour of the U.S. this morning behind her recent album, SEIS. Produced by Live Nation, the coast-to-coast run goes on sale beginning Friday, July 23 at 10 am local timeand will kick off September 14 in Seattle. The run will then head down the West Coast for shows at the famed Wiltern in Los Angeles and cross the country from Phoenix to Brooklyn wrapping back west in Tucson. A full list of tour dates can be found below.

SEIS is an intensely personal album inspired by a documentary about Mexican singer Chavela Vargas, who is best known for revolutionizing Mexican ranchera music. The songs were born during the global pandemic and heavy isolation, and include carefully crafted lyrics, brought forth from self-reflection, allowing Mon to explore her deepest feelings, leaving nothing but vulnerability at this rare time.

SEIS was recently nominated for two Premios Juventud awards, Mon’s powerful duet with Alejandro Fernandez, “Que Se Sepa Nuestro Amor,” for ‘Best Regional Mexican Fusion’ and her feminine call to arms, “La Mujer,” a duet with Gloria Trevi, for the ‘Girl Power’ award. The Mexico, youth-focused awards celebrating the best in pop culture, are presented by Univision. Winners will be announced on July 22.

Mon Laferte Tour Dates:
Sep 14 — Seattle, WA — Neptune
Sep 15 — Seattle, WA — Neptune
Sep 16 — Portland, OR — Roseland Theater
Sep 18 — San Francisco — The Masonic
Sep 19 — Sacramento, CA — Ace of Spades
Sep 22 — Ventura, CA — Ventura Theatre
Sep 23 — Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern
Sep 24 — Riverside, CA — Riverside Municipal
Sep 26 — Dana Point, CA — Ohana Festival
Sep 29 — Anaheim, CA — House of Blues
Sep 30 — San Diego, CA — The Magnolia
Oct 03 — Phoenix, AZ — Van Buren
Oct 06 — Chicago, IL — House of Blues
Oct 07 — Chicago, IL — House of Blues
Oct 10 — Boston, MA — Big Night Live
Oct 11 — Washington, DC — The Fillmore
Oct 13 — Brooklyn, NY — Kings Theatre
Oct 15 — Raleigh, NC — The Ritz
Oct 16 — Charlotte, NC — The Fillmore
Oct 17 — Atlanta, GA — Tabernacle
Oct 19 — Miami, FL — Fillmore
Oct 22 — Houston, TX — Bayou Music Center
Oct 23 — San Antonio, TX — The Aztec
Oct 24 — Dallas, TX — House of Blues
Oct 27 — Las Vegas, NV — House of Blues
Oct 28 — Tucson, AZ — Rialto