The “Lost in Japan” singer kicked off his 2019 run with sold-out concert events in Amsterdam on March 7 and eight.
Shawn Mendes kicked off his huge 2019 world tour with two sold-out exhibits in Amsterdam final week and Billboard has some unique images from his first evening in live performance.
Mendes opened his March 7 present on the Ziggo Dome along with his single "Lost in Japan," adopted by his 2017 hit "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" and his enjoyable and uptempo observe "Nervous" from his newest self-titled album.
This marks Mendes' third headlining tour and can span greater than 95 enviornment and stadium dates, together with his first ever stadium present at Rogers Centre in his hometown of Toronto on Sept. 6. That present offered out in simply 10 minutes after going onsale.
The March-through-December tour contains particular visitor opener and 2018 finest new artist Grammy winner Alessia Cara, who’s becoming a member of Mendes for European, U.S. and South American dates. In Brazil, the tour's two São Paulo Allianz Park stadium exhibits on Nov. 29 and 30 offered out in minutes.
More than 1 million followers are anticipated to attend the 2019 tour, which is Mendes' largest to this point. The pop star appeared on the 2018 Billboard Live Music Summit to preview the epic run and instructed editor Melinda Newman how breaks down obstacles at his present.
"Onstage, there's this huge wall, and when you can't break down the wall, no one's gonna really feel that connection," he mentioned. "So the second you get onstage, it’s important to smash this wall and it turns into this respiration factor, it's a reside factor that occurs. It's particular."
Photos under come from photographer Josiah Van Dien. To see all of the dates from his 2019 tour and get data to purchase tickets, click on here.