Kesha Announces "Rainbow Tour," Will Go Solo For The First Time Since 2013

Kesha Announces "Rainbow Tour," Will Go Solo For The First Time Since 2013

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After four long years, Kesha is once again taking her music on tour.

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Kesha's singing career is back on track, and she's raging like she never has before. 

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The singer's personal and professional life have both been on hold, stuck in limbo as she has been embroiled in a seemingly never-ending legal battle with Dr. Luke. She accused him of, among other things, sexual assault. He then fired back by suing her for defamation.

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But as of April, 2017, Dr. Luke is no longer the CEO of Kemosabe Records, which is the label Kesha records under. Though the legal struggle is still ongoing, Kesha is able to sing again, and the songs she's released so far, “Praying,” “Woman,” and “Learn To Let Go,” are powerhouses.

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Much to the joy of her fans, it turns out the release of the first few songs was just a teaser of what is yet to come: Kesha's newest album, Rainbow, will be available for sale on August 11th, followed by the official tour.

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Tickets go on sale starting August 5th, and then the tour kicks off September 26th in Birmingham, AL. She will rock out in 21 cities, with her final performance on November 11th in Los Angeles, CA. If you still need additional incentive to see her live, Kesha is giving away one free copy of her Rainbow album for every two pairs of concert tickets that are sold online.

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And the best news of all? Kesha is releasing even more songs on Tuesday, August 2nd at 2pm.

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After the power and passion she displayed in the first three songs, Kesha has made herself a force to be reckoned with, so the anticipation over these next tracks is intense.

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For many fans, August 11th can't get here soon enough. And if you plan to see her in concert, get your tickets before they sell out.

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H/T: Rolling Stone, Kesha Official, Twitter, Instagram, Uproxx

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