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The Romance Tour was a planned Camila Cabello world concert tour, in support of her sophomore studio album, Romance. The tour was due to begin in Oslo, Norway on May 26, 2020, and was scheduled to end on September 26, 2020, in Miami. Camila was planned to do 17 shows in Europe and 26 shows through North America, 43 shows in total. The tour was ultimately cancelled due to Covid 19 pandemic.

Background[]

Cabello previously announced the tour and North American dates on November 13, 2019, along with the announcement of the album.[1] She previously announced European dates on November 21.[2][3] On January 27, 2020, she was announced as one of the headliners for the BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend, however it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

On March 24, Cabello announced that she had to postpone the tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic and that new dates would be announced later. All tickets were supposed to be valid for the new dates. On April 2, she announced that the Europe dates had been cancelled due to the pandemic. On April 24, Cabello announced that she was unable to reschedule the tours and that refunds will be available wherever tickets were bought, and she look into touring during 2022.

Canceled dates[]

Date City Country Venue Reason
Europe[4]
May 26, 2020 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum COVID-19 Pandemic in Europe
May 28, 2020 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena
May 30, 2020 Berlin Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena
June 1, 2020 Birmingham England Resorts World Arena
June 2, 2020 Leeds First Direct Arena
June 4, 2020 Manchester Manchester Arena
June 8, 2020 Dublin Ireland 3Arena
June 9, 2020 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro
June 11, 2020 London England The O2 Arena
June 14, 2020 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
June 15, 2020 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
June 17, 2020 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
June 18, 2020 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena
June 23, 2020 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
June 24, 2020 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
June 30, 2020 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
July 1, 2020 Madrid WiZink Center
North America[5]
July 29, 2020 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States
July 31, 2020 Everett United States Angel of the Winds Arena
August 1, 2020 Portland Moda Center
August 4, 2020 Sacramento Golden 1 Center
August 5, 2020 San Francisco Chase Center
August 7, 2020 Los Angeles Staples Center
August 11, 2020 San Diego Pechanga Arena
August 12, 2020 Glendale Gila River Arena
August 14, 2020 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena
August 16, 2020 Denver Pepsi Center
August 18, 2020 Fort Worth Dickies Arena
August 19, 2020 Houston Toyota Center
August 21, 2020 San Antonio AT&T Center
September 4, 2020 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena
September 5, 2020 Detroit United States Little Caesars Arena
September 8, 2020 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
September 9, 2020 Rosemont Allstate Arena
September 11, 2020 Boston TD Garden
September 12, 2020 Laval Canada Place Bell
September 15, 2020 Philadelphia United States Wells Fargo Center
September 16, 2020 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena
September 18, 2020 New York City Madison Square Garden
September 22, 2020 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
September 23, 2020 Duluth Infinite Energy Arena
September 25, 2020 Orlando Amway Center
September 26, 2020 Miami American Airlines Arena

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