Following the March release of her eighth studio album, Sex & Cigarettes, Toni Braxton will soon embark on a nationwide tour featuring the ladies of SWV.
Soulbounce reports single, “As Long As I Live,” became Braxton’s first No. 1 solo single in 18 years, leading the diva to name her tour after the hit. She’ll begin in Columbia, South Carolina before stopping in a number of cities including Atlanta, Durham, Nashville, Brooklyn and Oakland.
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Braxton won’t be alone on the 21-city journey, as SWV will open up for the star, performing tracks from their catalog of R&B favorites.
Tickets to the As Long As I Live Tour go on sale to the general public on Friday, October 26th at 10 a.m. local time on Toni Braxton’s website. See the full list of tour dates below.
January 19 — Columbia, SC — Township Auditorium
January 23 — Atlanta, GA — The Fox Theatre
January 25 — Tulsa, OK — Margaritaville Casino
January 26 — Irving, TX — Toyota Music Factory
January 27 — Sugar Land, TX — Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
January 29 — Hollywood, FL — Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Hollywood
January 31 — Durham, NC — DPAC
February 1 — Oxon Hill, MD — MGM National Harbor
February 2 — Mashantucket, CT — Foxwoods Casino
February 5 — Nashville, TN — Nashville Municipal Auditorium
February 8 — Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
February 9 — Atlantic City, NJ — Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
February 10 — Brooklyn, NY — Kings Theatre
February 14 — Detroit, MI — The Fox Theater
February 15 — Chicago, IL — Arie Crown Theatre
February 17 — Montréal, Canada — Bell Centre
February 21 — Chandler, AZ — Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino
February 23 — Reno, NV — Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
February 24 — Oakland, CA — Paramount Theatre
March 1 — Rancho Mirage, CA — Agua Caliente
March 3 — Los Angeles, CA — The Microsoft Theater
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