Camila Cabello, whose banger "Havana" has dominated pop radio in recent months, announced she would be bringing her Never Be the Same tour to Denver in April.
This comes in the wake of the January 2018 release of her debut solo album, Camila, that shocked critics with its introspective songs. The new record, which deals with everything from addiction to co-dependence, is a welcome deviation from her work with the manufactured pop group Fifth Harmony.
Never Be the Same will be her first solo tour.
Cabello hits Denver's Paramount Theatre at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, for an all-ages show.
Tickets, $34.50 to $55, go on sale Friday, February 16, at 10 a.m. at Altitude Tickets.
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