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This is where you’ll find Iggy Azalea in the Bay Area this fall


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Iggy Azalea is hitting the road.

The multiplatinum hip-hop star from Australia has announced plans for her first North American jaunt in four years.

And the trek, dubbed The Bad Girls Tour, does feature a Bay Area stop.

Azalea performs at the City National Civic in San Jose on Nov. 27.

Tickets are $49.95 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Sept. 14, www.livenation.com.

Pre-sale opportunities for TIDAL and Citi Card holders begin at 10 a.m. Sept. 13.

Additional Live Nation pre-sales kick off at 10 a.m. Sept. 13.

The tour announcement follows the release of Azalea’s “Survive the Summer” EP, which features the hit “Kream” featuring Tyga. That song was reportedly streamed over 8 million times in its first week of release.

The Bad Girls tour is currently set to reach 21 cities. It kicks off Oct. 27 in Hollywood, Florida.

The tour features special guest CupcakKe.

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Just Announced: @IGGYAZALEA brings her #BadGirlsTour to San Jose on November 27 with special guest @CupcakKe_rapper!

On sale this Friday at 10am at https://t.co/PtRr51zn1l. pic.twitter.com/fK6coe2Enz

— LiveNationSF (@LiveNationSF) September 11, 2018

Hot ticket! @IGGYAZALEA is hitting the road with @CupcakKe_rapper & @theestallion. See all the dates: https://t.co/4v5cqeHZow pic.twitter.com/boZEKNVn4Z

— idolator (@idolator) September 11, 2018

JUST ANNOUNCED: @IGGYAZALEA is returning to the stage on The Bad Girls Tour with @CupcakKe_rapper and @theestallion. Presales start 9/12 at 10am local time.

Get more info here.

— Live Nation (@LiveNation) September 11, 2018

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Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment

      

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