UPDATED: SZA moves Detroit show to the Fillmore due to popular demand

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Updated July 19:

OK, we take that back — it turns out SZA is a superstar at this point!



Since the R & B singer's Wednesday, Aug. 30 show at Saint Andrew's Hall quickly sold out, it has now been moved to the much larger Fillmore Detroit. According to a press release, all previously purchased tickets will be honored.

A new batch of tickets will be available through a Live Nation presale tomorrow, Thursday, July 20 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. General public tickets will be released Friday, July 21 at 10 a.m. Head here for the tickets, which span from $25 to $45.



Originally posted on July 5:

OK, so SZA may not be a superstar at this point, but after the singer finally released her highly-anticipated debut album called Ctrl last month, we won't be surprised when we see her performing at or taking home a Grammy next year.

Luckily for us, SZA just released a slew of tour dates in support of her album and she will be making a stop at St. Andrew's Hall on Wednesday, August 30 and we cannot wait.

In support will be Smino and Ravyn Lenae, both up-and-comers.

Tickets go on sale Friday, July 7. We suggest you get them asap because this is looking to be one of the best shows in Detroit all summer.


Now watch the music video for Ctrl cut "Drew Barrymore" that literally features an appearance from Drew Barrymore.


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