VINCINT Announces First-ever Headline Tour

Groundbreaking singer-songwriter VINCINT has announced plans for his biggest U.S. headline tour thus far. The dates begin January 12, 2022 at Washington, DC’s Union Stage and then continue through an eagerly anticipated performance at Los Angeles, CA’s historic Fonda Theatre on January 30, 2022. Tickets for all announced dates will be available for purchase on Monday, November 22 at noon ET HERE. Additional dates and special guests will be announced soon. 

“VINCINT has his own lane… He is unlike anyone we’ve ever seen. This is it.”

Meghan Trainor

National Recording Artist

The upcoming tour celebrates the breakthrough success of VINCINT’s internationally acclaimed debut album, There Will Be Tears, available now at all DSPs and streaming services HERE. Now boasting over 10M worldwide streams and counting, the album exploded onto the top 10 of iTunes’ “US Pop Albums” chart within 48 hours of its release earlier this year, fueled by more than 2M overall streams on its advance tracks. 

An emotional rollercoaster through the artist’s psyche, THERE WILL BE TEARS emerged from a period of deep personal soul searching during the tense and tumultuous summer of 2020. The cathartic, triumphant new collection sees VINCINT joined by a star-studded array of special guest collaborators, including Alex Newell, Qveen Herby, Parson James, and Tegan & Sara, the latter of whom contribute glittering harmonies to the album highlight, “Getaway.” 

VINCINT marked There Will Be Tears with a series of spectacular TV appearances, including a special Pride performance of the album’s “Higher” from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on TBS’ Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (streaming HERE) and a breathtaking live version of “Getaway” alongside Tegan & Sara on NBC’s TODAY

VINCINT’s dynamic songcraft and radiant charisma has seen him lighting up stages around the globe, including headlining performances at Pride events nationwide, multiple sold-out shows in New York City and Los Angeles, an appearance at the 2020 Academy Awards (as member of Cynthia Erivo’s gospel choir), and memorable sets at the United States Conference on AIDS, SXSW, 2018’s LOVELOUD Festival, the 2019 GAY TIMES Honours 500 in London, NETFLIX Pride 2020, and NYC’s Governors Ball Music Festival 2021, to name but a few.

12 – Washington DC – Union Stage
13 – Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry
15 – New York, NY – Webster Hall
16 – Boston, MA – Crystal Ballroom
18 – Chicago, IL – SubT
19 – Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
21 – San Francisco, CA – Starline
26 – Austin, TX – Empire Control Room
27 – Palm Springs, CA – Oasis Music Festival
30 – Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda


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