Chris Brown is seizing the dates with his “Carpe Diem” world tour. Beginning in November, the first leg of international concerts—12 cities in total so far—goes off in Oslo, Norway. He’ll continue to run it through the European continent as follows:
Sat. 11/17, Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, NO
Mon. 11/19, Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, SE
Thu. 11/22, O2, Berlin, DE
Fri. 11/23, Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, DE
Sun. 11/25, Spodek Arena, Katowice, PL
Tue. 11/27, Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, DE
Thu. 11/29, Festhalle, Frankfurt, DE
Fri. 11/30, St. Jakobshalle, Basel, CH
Mon. 12/3, O2, Dublin, IE
Wed. 12/5, Sportpaleis, Antwerp, BE
Thu. 12/6, Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, NE
Fri. 12/7, Bercy, Paris, FR
The “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer is touring his latest album released this summer FORTUNE, which claimed the #1 spot on the Billboard’s Top 200 Albums. Though it makes sense Breezy wants to breeze his way through Norway and nearby countries first—the album was his first time debuting at #1 in the Netherlands and U.K.
This announcement comes amidst the 23-year-old’s recent court appearance Monday. Following a random drug test, he tested positive for marijuana use, but the reviewing judge determined the entertainer hadn’t violated his probation (Chris has a prescription for medicinal marijuana) meaning he has the green light to travel abroad. An update on the case is pending for November 1.
Europe is locked in… As for those American dates, it’s still up in the air. Stay tuned for those dates!