Hayley Kiyoko Announces 2023 Panorama Tour

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Queer icon Hayley Kiyoko is ready to embark on her first headlining tour in four years!

There was only one thing missing for 2023 to be fully Hayley Kiyoko’s year. After debuting her sophomore album Panorama last summer, the 31-year-old, affectionally dubbed “Lesbian Jesus” by her fans, focused on her newest venture: becoming a published author. By October 2022, the trailblazing pop star, actor, and director had announced the upcoming release of her first novel GIRLS LIKE GIRLS, a coming-of-age romance based on her breakthrough hit song and viral video. 

But the artist couldn’t wait till the release of the book and a possible book tour to see her fans again. And so in celebration of her critically acclaimed 12-track effort, Hayley Kiyoko will be heading on tour in the spring. 

Produced by Live Nation, the Panorama Tour will kick off overseas, in Glasgow, Scotland on April 5. Following 8 more April dates throughout Europe, Kiyoko and her crew will then head back to North America for a full 24-date run. 

Hayley Kiyoko’s Panorama Tour dates:


5 April: Glasgow, UK — SWG3 – Galvanizers

7 April: Manchester, UK — Manchester Academy 2

9 April: London, UK — KOKO

11 April: Brussels, BE — Ancienne Belgique

13 April: Amsterdam, NL — Melkweg Max

15 April: Cologne, DE — Carlswerk Victoria

16 April: Paris, FR — Élysée Montmartre

18 April: Zurich, CH — Komplex 457

20 April: Munich, DE — TonHalle


27 April: Orlando, FL — House of Blues Orlando

28 April: Atlanta, GA — Buckhead Theatre

29 April: Raleigh, NC — The Ritz

1 May – Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works

3 May: Detroit, MI — Saint Andrew’s Hall

4 May: Chicago, IL — House of Blues Chicago

5 May: Minneapolis, MN — Varsity Theater

8 May: Denver, CO — Summit

9 May: Salt Lake City, UT — The Depot

11 May: Seattle, WA — Neptune Theatre

12 May: Portland, OR — McMenamin’s Crystal Ballroom

13 May: Vancouver, BC — Commodore Ballroom

15 May: San Francisco, CA — The Fillmore

16 May: Los Angeles, CA — The Wiltern

18 May: Phoenix, AZ — The Van Buren

20 May: Austin, TX — Emo’s Austin

21 May: Dallas, TX — The Echo Lounge & Music Hall

22 May: Houston, TX — House of Blues Houston

25 May: Philadelphia, PA — Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia

27 May: Toronto, ON — The Danforth Music Hall

28 May: Montreal, QC — Théâtre Corona

30 May: New York, NY — Irving Plaza

1 June: Boston, MA — House of Blues Boston

2 June: Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore Silver Spring

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