Music creative SZA is gearing up for the second leg of her “SOS Tour” with an additional 21 dates, kicking off on September 20, 2023 at the Kaseya Center in Miami. Based on the first leg of her tour, fans can expect a 90-minute concert with a setlist of approximately 30 songs.
SZA (real name Solána Rowe) has cited Broadway shows, Cirque du Soleil performances and the 1977 supernatural, Italian horrro film Suspiria as having an influence on the show’s visual themes. Mirroring SOS album art, the show made mutliple nautical referenes as well.
Styled by Alexandra Hernandez for the first leg of the tour, SZA made six costume changes. In an exchange with Vogue, Herandez says SZA was approached by multiple designers who wanted to dress her for the tour, but the 33-year-old singer/songwriter chose instead to stick with her signature look mixing ’90s-era oversized vintage items with handmade pieces. Though SZA hasn’t provided any info on what to expect for the second leg, given how much she loves making a style statement it’s a good bet she will refresh her costumes for the second leg of the tour.
In advance of the tour, SZA released a visual for “Snooze” featuring Benny Blanco, Woody McClain, Young Mazino and Justin Bieber, who allegedly will be featured on a coming remix of the song part of a deluxe version of SOS with 10 bonus tracks.
Check out all the dates for SZA’s “SOS Tour” below.
September 20: Kaseya Center: Miami, Florida
September 22: Amalie Arena: Tampa, Florida
September 24: Bridgestone Arena: Nashville, Tennessee
September 26: Wells Fargo Center: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
September 28: CFG Bank Arena: Baltimore, Maryland
September 30: TD Garden: Boston, Massachusetts
October 1: Prudential Center: Newark, NJ
October 4: Scotiabank Arena: Toronto, Ontario
October 6: Barclay Center: Brooklyn, NY
October 07: Barclay Center: Brooklyn, NY
October 10: United Center: Chicago, Illinois
October 11: Enterpise Center: St. Louis, Missouri
October 14: Toyota Center: Houston, Texas
October 15: AT&T Center: San Antonio, Texas
October 18: Ball Arena: Denver, Colorado
October 19: Vivint Arena: Salt Lake City, Utah
October 22: Crypto.com Arena: Los Angeles, California
October 23: Crypto.com Arena: Los Angeles, California
October 26: Chase Center: San Francisco, California
October 28: T-Mobile Arena: Las Vegas, Nevada
October 29: Footprint Center: Phoenix, Arizona