Hayley Kiyoko, who fans have affectionately dubbed lesbian Jesus, has added an additional date to her European tour and moved her concerts to bigger venues thanks to high demand.
She revealed the news to fans in a letter she penned: I am beyond humbled by the love youve shown for my Expectations European Tour.
Im happy to announce weve upgraded all venues to larger capacity, so I can see as many of you as I can.
The 27-year-old singer first found fame in February 2015 after she directed her first music video for the single Girls Like Girls.
Expectations will be her first European tour, and she is set to perform in London, Paris, Munich, Copenhagen and Antwerp.
At the moment Hayley is touring with Panic! At the Disco as part of their Pray for the Wicked tour.
Their final gig will be at the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas.
Kiyoko became famous for her nostalgia-tinted music videos – all of which she directed – and her favourite subject matter: women.
Rolling Stone called her a trailblazer for being one of the first gay women to normalise gay love in music.
She told Billboard of her song Girls Like Girls – the music video fpr which had gone viral: Growing up there was no content that was hopeful. Every video or movie I watched that involved romantic story between two women ended in suicide. Or made me feel terrible about liking girls.
I was like I need to do something that ended in a positive note.
The European tour will begin in Londons O2 Academy Islington on October 23, 2018 and conclude November 7, 2018 at the Iceland Airwaves Festival in Reykjavik.
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