2022 With Tate McRae


Sumaiyah Ashraf

If you like Indie or Alt music, you would probably want to look into going to Tate McRae’s tour in 2022. Recently, McRae announced that she will be going on a North American Headlining Tour in 2022. It is 23 days long, starting in the beginning of March and finishing off in mid-April. She will go all over the States and then some shows in Canada as well! 

McRae will hit big cities such as Los Angeles and Houston but she will also be at some smaller or lesser known cities such as Eaglewood, Colo.. and Santa Ana,Calif.. She’ll also hit cities like Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal while in Canada. McRae will be performing her newest EP, “Too Young To Be Sad.” The setlist for her tour isn’t out officially yet but fans should expect to hear some of her hit singles such as, “Rubberband” and “You broke me first.” 

Some may ask, who is Tate McRae? Tate is an upcoming music artist from Canada. She entered the industry in 2017. However, she had a fanbase before when she won the Best Female Dancer award in 2013. She had also performed on The Ellen Degeneres Show in 2016. She even danced for Justin Bieber on his Purpose tour in 2016 as well. Her singing skills didn’t show up until she made a Youtube channel. She posted many videos of her singing covers and her own songs. Her debut single, “One Day” was a big hit. She even got on the Billboard chart at No. 17 for some of her hit songs. 

For those who are interested, the prices for her shows are all different depending on the location. However, most are in the range of $16 – $1,500. The prices for each ticket also is dependent on the size of venue and the location of the seat. For example, floor seats will be more expensive than back seats. The tickets for bigger cities such as New York City, the prices will be higher so make sure to put that into consideration! 

If you are unable to attend any of the shows, don’t panic! McRae will also be at many music festivals all over the country. So, if you cannot make it to any show be sure to stop by a music festival and you might find her there. In conclusion, if you are a fan of Indie or Alt music, you’d probably find yourself listening to Tate McRae someday.