Prince announces initial dates on US tour

Singer will hit the road with a host of new artists including Janelle Monae

Prince announces initial dates on US tour
Prince has announced the initial dates of his upcoming US tour.

The singer will hit the road in December with the likes of Janelle Monae and Mint Condition, while Prince and the New Power Generation will play at each show.

Kicking off with three dates at New Jersey's Izod Center (December 14, 15 and 17), the tour will then visit New York's Madison Square Garden (December 18 and 29).

Tickets go on general sale on Saturday (October 30).

The exact show line-ups and more dates are still to be announced.

Prince will play:

East Rutherford, NJ, Izod Center (December 14, 15, 17)
New York, NY, Madison Square Garden (18, 29)

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