The Scarlet Tour is the ongoing second concert tour and debut arena tour by American rapper and singer Doja Cat. It is her first arena tour, in support of her fourth studio album, Scarlet (2023). The supporting acts are American rappers Ice Spice and Doechii.[1] The North American leg of the tour commenced on October 31, 2023, at Chase Center in San Francisco and ended on December 13, 2023, at United Center in Chicago. The European leg of the tour is set to commence on June 9, 2024, at the Parklife Festival in Manchester, England and is scheduled to end on July 14, 2024, at the Wireless Festival in London, England.

The Scarlet Tour
Tour by Doja Cat
Location
  • North America
  • Europe
Associated albumScarlet
Start dateOctober 31, 2023 (2023-10-31)
End dateJuly 14, 2024 (2024-07-14)
Legs2
No. of shows42
Supporting acts
Websitewww.dojacat.com/tour/
Doja Cat concert chronology
  • Amala Tour
    (2018–2019)
  • The Scarlet Tour
    (2023–2024)
  • ...

Background edit

Following Doja Cat's first headlining tour, the Amala Tour, in support of her debut studio album Amala (2018), Doja Cat was scheduled to go on her second headlining tour, the Hot Pink Tour in support of her second studio album Hot Pink (2019). However, the tour was postponed and eventually canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Doja Cat released her third studio album Planet Her in 2021, for the album she was scheduled as the opening act for the North American leg of The Weeknd’s After Hours til Dawn Tour and Festival Concert's in 2022, before she would pull out of the tour due to needing tonsil surgery.[2]

On September 22, 2023, Doja Cat released her fourth studio album Scarlet.[3] The album title was announced on August 30, 2023 as the same name of the tour's title, along with its album cover. [4] On September 12, 2023, Doja Cat revealed the titles of the album's fifth-teen no feature tracks, making it her first project since her 2014 EP Purrr! with no features.[5] Furthermore into the album's promotion, two singles were released in support of Scarlet: "Paint the Town Red" released on August 4, 2023 as the album's lead single, and "Agora Hills" released on September 22, 2023. Alongside with those, three promotional singles were released in support of Scarlet: "Attention" released on June 16, 2023, "Demons" released on September 1, 2023 and "Balut" released on September 15, 2023.

Just a week after the release of "Attention", On June 23, 2023, Doja Cat announced tour dates. Fan registration for the tour took place on June 25, followed by its presale three days later. Tickets went on sale on June 30 via Ticketmaster.[6] On December 7, 2023, Doja Cat announced 2024 tour dates for the European leg, with tickets going on sale on December 14, 2023.[7] On January 30, 2024, Doja Cat announced that Hemlocke Springs will be opening for the European leg.[8]

Set list edit

2023 edit

The following set list is obtained from the October 31, 2023 show in San Francisco. It is not intended to represent all dates throughout the tour.[9]

Act I
  1. "WYM Freestyle"
  2. "Demons"
  3. "Tia Tamera"
  4. "Shutcho"
  5. "Agora Hills"
Act II
  1. "Attention"
  2. "Often"
  3. "Red Room" (Hiatus Kaiyote cover)
  4. "Balut"
  5. "Gun"
  6. "Ain't Shit"
Act III
  1. "Woman"
  2. "Say So"
  3. "Get Into It (Yuh)"
  4. "Need to Know"
  5. "Kiss Me More"
Act IV
  1. "Paint the Town Red"
  2. "Streets"
  3. "Fuck the Girls (FTG)"
Act V
  1. "97"
  2. "Can't Wait"
  3. "Go Off"
  4. "Ouchies"
Encore
  1. "Wet Vagina"

2024 edit

The following set list is obtained from the June 11, 2024 show in Glasgow. It is not intended to represent all dates throughout the tour.[10]

  1. "Skull and Bones" (Intro)
  2. "Acknowledge Me"
  3. "Shutcho"
  4. "WYM Freestyle"
  5. "Demoms"
  6. "Tia Tamera"
  7. "Gun"
  8. "Piss"
  9. "Okloser"
  10. "Say So"
  11. "Get Into It (Yuh)"
  12. "Go Off"
  13. "Attention"
  14. "97"
  15. "Balut"
  16. "Need to Know"
  17. "Masc"
  18. "Often"
  19. "Can't Wait"
  20. "Agora Hills"
  21. "Rules"
  22. "Ain't Shit"
  23. "Streets"
  24. "Paint the Town Red"
Encore
  1. "Wet Vagina"

Tour dates edit

List of 2023 concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, attendance and gross[11]
Date (2023) City Country Venue Opening act(s) Attendance Gross
October 31 San Francisco United States Chase Center Doechii 13,005 / 13,005 $1,779,450
November 2 Los Angeles Crypto.com Arena 13,644 / 13,644 $1,772,191
November 3 Paradise[a] T-Mobile Arena 14,342 / 14,342 $1,353,660
November 5 San Diego Viejas Arena
November 6 Anaheim Honda Center 12,352 / 12,352 $1,735,191
November 8 Phoenix Footprint Center 11,811 / 11,811 $1,824,572
November 10 Denver Ball Arena
November 13 Austin Moody Center 11,433 / 11,433 $1,599,569
November 15 Houston Toyota Center
November 16 Dallas American Airlines Center 12,570 / 12,570 $1,819,715
November 19 Atlanta State Farm Arena 11,763 / 11,763 $1,646,469
November 21 Miami Kaseya Center Ice Spice 12,177 / 12,177 $1,362,015
November 24 Tampa Amalie Arena Doechii
November 26 Charlotte Spectrum Center Ice Spice
November 27 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 13,656 / 13,656 $2,022,106
November 29 Brooklyn Barclays Center 14,199 / 14,199 $2,069,068
November 30 Newark Prudential Center
December 2 Boston TD Garden 12,950 / 12,950 $2,050,960
December 4 Columbus Nationwide Arena
December 7 Minneapolis Target Center
December 8 Omaha CHI Health Center 12,674 / 13,643 $1,124,987
December 10 Detroit Little Caesars Arena
December 11 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena 14,668 / 14,668 $1,621,802
December 13 Chicago United States United Center
List of 2024 concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, attendance and gross
Date (2024) City Country Venue Opening act(s) Attendance Gross
April 14[b] Indio United States Empire Polo Club
April 21[b]
June 1[c] Mansfield Xfinity Center
June 2[d] Elmont UBS Arena
June 9[e] Manchester England Heaton Park
June 11 Glasgow Scotland OVO Hydro Hemlocke Springs
June 12 Birmingham England Resorts World Arena
June 14 London The O2 Arena
June 15 Newcastle Utilita Arena
June 17 London The O2 Arena
June 19 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
June 21 Paris France Accor Arena
June 23[f] Lisbon Portugal Parque Tejo
June 27[g] Milan Italy Ippodromo Snai
June 30[h] Dublin Ireland Marlay Park
July 3[i] Roskilde Denmark Dyrskuepladsen
July 5[j] Gdynia Poland Gdynia-Kosakowo Airport
July 10[k] Tønsberg Norway Tønsberg Sentrum
July 12[l] Liège Belgium Astrid Park
July 14[m] London England Finsbury Park

Cancelled concerts edit

List of postponed concerts showing date, city, country, venue and reason
Date City Country Venue Reason
July 7[n] Stockholm Sweden Gärdet Unknown Reason[12]

Notes edit

  1. ^ Promoted as Las Vegas
  2. ^ a b The concerts on April 14 and April 21, 2024, are part of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
  3. ^ The concert on June 1, 2024, is set to be a part of Kiss Concert.
  4. ^ The concert on June 2, 2024, is set to be a part of Summer Jam.
  5. ^ The concert on June 9, 2024, is set to be a part of Parklife Festival.
  6. ^ The concert on June 23, 2024, is set to be a part of Rock in Rio Lisboa.
  7. ^ The concert on June 27, 2024, is set to be a part of iDays Festival.
  8. ^ The concert on June 30, 2024, is set to be a part of Longitude Festival.
  9. ^ The concert on July 3, 2024, is set to be a part of Roskilde Festival.
  10. ^ The concert on July 5, 2024, is set to be a part of Open'er Festival.
  11. ^ The concert on July 10, 2024, is set to be a part of Slottsfjell Festival.
  12. ^ The concert on July 12, 2024, is set to be a part of Les Ardentes.
  13. ^ The concert on July 14, 2024, is set to be a part of Wireless Festival.
  14. ^ The concert on July 7, 2024, was set to be a part of STHLM Fields.

References edit

  1. ^ "Doja Cat Announces 'The Scarlet Tour' With Support From Ice Spice and Doechii". Variety. June 23, 2023.
  2. ^ "Doja Cat Pulls Out of the Weeknd's Stadium Tour, Festival Concerts". Variety. May 20, 2022.
  3. ^ "Doja Cat's 'Scarlet' Has Arrived, Ending a Bizarre Album Rollout". Rolling Stone. September 22, 2023.
  4. ^ "Doja Cat Announces the Release Date of Her New Album 'Scarlet' — and Shares the Cover". People. August 30, 2023.
  5. ^ "Doja Cat's New Album 'Scarlet': Title, Release Date, Tracklist, Features & More". Capital Xtra. September 13, 2023.
  6. ^ Mamo, Heran (June 23, 2023). "Doja Cat Announces The Scarlet Tour: See Dates". Billboard. Retrieved September 5, 2023.
  7. ^ Ajilore, Sam (December 7, 2023). "Doja Cat Announces UK & Europe Dates for 'The Scarlet Tour' 2024". That Grape Juice. Retrieved December 7, 2023.
  8. ^ @dojacat (30 January 2024). "🖤". Retrieved 31 January 2024 – via Instagram.
  9. ^ "Doja Cat's The Scarlet Tour: setlist, dates and tickets info". PinkNews. November 1, 2023.
  10. ^ Williams, Jenessa (12 June 2024). "Doja Cat live in Glasgow: pyros and poise from one of rap's most interesting protagonists". NME. Retrieved June 12, 2024.
  11. ^ "Doja Cat". Pollstar. March 20, 2024.
  12. ^ "STHLM Fields - Doja Cat etc". Ticketmaster.se. May 10, 2024. Retrieved May 10, 2024.