John Mayer Tour Includes 4 Canadian Cities
John Mayer announced Monday that he’s embarking on a world tour — and he’ll be stopping in four Canadian cities!
The second show on The Search for Everything tour will take place April 1 at the Bell Centre in Montreal. Two nights later, Mayer will hit the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
The 39-year-old musician has also included stops in Edmonton and Vancouver in mid-April.
The tour — Mayer’s first solo one since 2014 — is in support of his upcoming album. Earlier this month, Mayer released a four-song EP called The Search for Everything: Wave One, which includes the single “Love on the Weekend.”
Tickets go on sale Feb. 3 and the price includes a copy of Mayer’s album.
The Search for Everything tour dates in Canada:
April 1 -- Bell Centre, Montreal, QC
April 3 -- Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON
April 17 -- Rogers Place, Edmonton, AB
April 19 -- Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
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