Avril Lavigne has announced her first Canadian tour in more than a decade.
The “Bite Me Canada 2022” tour is scheduled to reach 14 cities between May 3 and May 25, with special guests from GrandsonandMod Sun.
The Napanee, Ontario singer recently released the single “Bite Me” featuring Travis Barker, her first release since 2019’s “Head Above Water.”
Lavigne calls the song “an anthem about knowing your worth, what you deserve, and not giving someone who doesn’t deserve you a second chance.” She says there will be new music and a new album in 2022.
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The next year also marks the 20th anniversary of Lavigne’s debut album, “Let Go,” which featured the hit singles “Complicated” and “Sk8er Boi.” Lavigne was 17 when the album was released.
The “Bite Me Canada Tour” stops in Moncton; Halifax; Quebec City; Montreal; Ottawa; Toronto; London, Ontario; Windsor, Ontario; Winnipeg; Saskatoon; Edmonton; Vancouver; Victoria and has two shows in Calgary.
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Pre-sale begins Monday with public tickets on sale starting December 3.
“I am so excited to come home and dance with you to Canada! I can’t wait to see you in person this spring, ”Lavigne said in a statement Friday.
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