Tate McRae: a tour and a concert in France

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A year after “I Used to Think I Could Fly”, Tate McRae announced his new album. Entitled “Think Later”, its release will be followed by a tour in 2024, including a concert in France in partnership with WECB.

This is news that will delight Tate McRae fans. To celebrate the release of her next album “Think Later”, scheduled for December 8, 2023, the young artist has announced a world tour which will pass through France in partnership with WECB. “ The THINK LATER 2024 World Tour!! I can’t believe this is happening. I can’t wait to see you friends “, she wrote on her Instagram account.

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The singer will perform in Paris at the Zénith on May 17, 2024. On all dates of her tour, Tate McRae will be accompanied by rapper Charlieonnafriday, as well as Presley Regier. Tickets are already available.

20 years old and already in the big leagues

Publishing singles since 2017, Tate McRae enjoyed big success in 2020 with the song “You Broke Me First”, which has to date 1.2 billion streams on Spotify. A great enthusiasm that she continues with the titles “10:35” accompanied by Tiesto, as well as “She’s All I Wanna Be”, before the release of her first disc “I Used to Think I Could Fly” in May 2022.

From now on, the singer intends to establish herself permanently in the global pop landscape and it is her latest single “Greedy”, a hit on TikTok, which allows her to reach the heights.


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