Hollywood Palladium | Los Angeles, California
'Shut up, eat your breakfast. As KESHA burns the house down, she's declaring 'only love can save us now! From hard party hits to emotionally moving tracks of vulnerability and angst, the one and only Kesha is heading back to the road, on tour in support of her newest sonic masterpiece, GAG ORDER. With an intensely personal new album exploring themes of anger, angst, love, and hate, Kesha's taking her new era to life on the Gag Order Tour live at Hollywood Palladium on Saturday, 18th of November 2023. Sharing angry and uplifting vibes through outstanding new hits "Only Love Can Save Us Now", "Eat the Acid", and "Fine Line", the motherf*cking woman is set to burn down the house with Gag Order. The Gag Order Tour will be joined by special guest Jake Wesley Rogers, wrapping the trek up at Hollywood Palladium, celebrating Kesha's big unsilenced return to the live stage. See you there, Animals!
Exclaiming that 'only love can save us now, Kesha's calling all of her animals to a massive gathering, celebrating her new intensely emotional and uplifting album, Gag Order. From club bangers to vulnerable tracks that depict her life journeys, Kesha's back to share that she remains unsilenced, not giving a f*ck about haters in her life. Like a warrior, Kesha's spirit remains to be that motherf*cking woman who continues to inspire and uplift her animals across the world.
As Gag Order carries its angsty servings of tracks that declare her female power, get ready to embody the same spirit and strength as the queen serves her new record live on stage at the Gag Order Tour. Kicking off this October at Dallas, the trek is joined by a special guest Jake Wesley Rogers, wrapping up at Hollywood Palladium on November 18th.
Known for her colorful surprises, Animals can expect Kesha's newest songs off of Gag Order and her biggest hits across her discography to be played at every night. We're definitely stoked to catch new performances of her greatest hits with a Gag Order mix.
On a relentless journey of self-exploration, Kesha dug deep into her 'ugliest emotions' this time around. "I feel like I’m giving birth to the most intimate thing I’ve ever created," Kesha told Rolling Stone, a contrast to her 2012 party f*ck it all vibe in her earlier work. "It’s scary being vulnerable. The fact that I have compiled an entire record of these emotions, of anger, of insecurity, of anxiety, of grief, of pain, of regret, all of that is so nerve-racking — but it’s also so healing."
Beyond the party hitmaker known for her f*ck it all attitude with her club bangers "Tik Tok", "We R Who We R", and "Die Young", there lies a woman who remains unsilenced despite challenges, fighting for her humanity. "I feel as if there has been an implied gag order for a very long time now," she told Rolling Stone, hinting at her ongoing case with her former producer. "With my ongoing litigation hanging over my head, I have not been able to speak freely because I know everything I say is scrutinized."
Striking airwaves with its astounding blend of angsty hits and emotionally moving anthems with "Fine Line", "Hate Me Harder", and "Only Love Can Save Us Now", she's set to turn things up in her newest tour trek. "GAG ORDER TOUR. WHO'S TURNING UP?" the singer wrote. "We gonna burn the house down bby."
GAG ORDER TOUR. Live at Hollywood Palladium on November 18, 2023. Book your tickets now!