Charlie Puth Tour
Breakout pop star Charlie Puth released his debut album earlier this year, and the young singer is already plotting his second headlining tour supporting the 2016 release. On June 14, Puth announced plans for his We Don’t Talk Tour, a venture that will visit more than 30 cities across the U.S. and Canada beginning in September. Hailey Knox is expected to join the fall dates as opening act.
See a complete schedule of Charlie Puth tour dates, including the fall trek and summer festival appearances, at the bottom of the page.
2016 Charlie Puth Tour Follows Release of International Hit Debut
Following up on the success of his spring Nine Track Mind Tour, the upcoming fall venture is extended support of Puth’s debut album, also titled “Nine Track Mind.” The album dropped in January, and was itself a follow-up to Puth’s breakout success on Wiz Khalifa’s chart-topping single “See You Again.”
“Nine Track Mind” peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, and singles like “Marvin Gaye” and “One Call Away” made it into Top 40 radio rotation. At the time of Puth’s fall tour announcement, the most recent single off the album is “We Don’t Talk Anymore,” featuring vocals from Selena Gomez.
Puth is also supporting his new album at a number of summer showcases alongside the likes of Ariana Grande, Calvin Harris, Troye Sivan, Halsey, and many more. See all those shows, including favorites like Chicago’s B96 Summer Bash, below.
Charlie Puth Tour
June 15 - TrendFest, Hershey, Pa.
June 18 - Kiss 108 Concert, Mansfield, Mass.
June 19 - KISS 95.7 Summer Kick-Off Concert, Mashtanucket, CT
June 24 - 89X Birthday Bash, Indianapolis, Ind.
June 25 - AMP Live, Sterling Heights, Mich.
June 26 - B96 Summer Bash, Rosemont, Ill.
June 28 - San Diego County Fair, Del Mar, Calif.
July 1 - PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pa.
July 9 - Honda Center, Anaheim, Calif.
July 28 - Fraze Pavilion, Kettering, Ohio
July 29 - Celeste Center, Columbus, Ohio
July 30 - Nationals Park, Washington, D.C.
Sept. 26 - House of Blues, Dallas, Texas
Sept. 27 - Aztec Theater, San Antonio, Texas
Sept. 29 - House of Blues, Houston, Texas
Sept. 30 - Orpheum Theatre, New Orleans, La.
Oct. 1 - The Tabernacle, Atlanta, Ga.
Oct. 3 - House of Blues, Orlando, Fla.
Oct. 4 - Jackie Gleason Theatre at Fillmore Miami Beach, Miami Beach, Fla.
Oct. 6 - The Fillmore, Charlotte, N.C.
Oct. 7 - The Ritz, Raleigh, N.C.
Oct. 9 - Beacon Theatre, New York, N.Y.
Oct. 10 - The Fillmore, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 13 - Pine Belt Arena, Toms River, N.J.
Oct. 15 - NYCB Theatre at Westbury, Westbury, N.Y.
Oct. 16 - Metropolis, Montreal, Quebec
Oct. 18 - Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, Ont.
Oct. 19 - Stage AE, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Oct. 21 - Arizona State Fair, Phoenix, Ariz.
Oct. 23 - Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, Tenn.
Oct. 24 - The Pageant, St. Louis, Mo.
Oct. 25 - Orpheum Theatre, Madison, Wis.
Oct. 27 - Brady Theater, Tulsa, Okla.
Oct. 28 - Uptown Theatre, Kansas City, Mo.
Oct. 30 - The Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, Colo.
Nov. 1 - The Complex, Salt Lake City, Utah
Nov. 3 - Crystal Ballroom, Portland, Ore.
Nov. 4 - Vogue Theater, Vancouver, B.C.
Nov. 5 - The Showbox at SoDo, Seattle, Wash.
Nov. 7 - San Jose Civic, San Jose, Calif.
Nov. 8 - The Wiltern, Los Angeles, Calif.