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Lauv at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards
Background information
Birth nameAri Staprans Leff
Also known asSomersault Sunday (2008–2015)
Born (1994-08-08) August 8, 1994 (age 29)[1]
San Francisco, California, U.S.
OriginWayne, Pennsylvania
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • musician
  • record producer
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • piano
  • drums
  • viola
Years active2008–present

Ari Staprans Leff (born August 8, 1994), known professionally as Lauv (/lv/[5]), is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer best known for his breakout hit "I Like Me Better"; included on his compilation album I Met You When I Was 18 (The Playlist), which was released in 2018.[6][7] His debut album, How I'm Feeling, was released on March 6, 2020, and debuted at number 16 on the US Billboard 200. Lauv has also written songs for other artists such as "Boys" by Charli XCX and "No Promises" by Cheat Codes and Demi Lovato.

Early life[edit]

Ari Staprans Leff was born in San Francisco, California. His father, Stuart Leff, is Jewish, and his mother, Silvija Staprāns, is Latvian. He spent his early childhood in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, and then his family relocated to a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He went to Radnor High School.[8] As a child, he was interested in music and took piano and viola lessons before learning how to play the guitar at the age of 11.[7] Leff studied guitar, recording, sound design, production, voice, and songwriting with Jason Brook Zimmerman, co-owner and founder of the music lesson organization, Traveling Musician.[9] He started writing songs in middle school, at around 14 years old.[10] Many of his songs during this period focused on heartbreak and breakups, despite at the time, never having had a girlfriend.[8] During his time in high school, he played in several bands and studied jazz before moving on to electronic music.[7] He was so "fully obsessed" in making music and playing shows that he had no interest to drink, or do drugs, or anything.[11] He has said that his sister, Aiva would drive him and his friends on tour, where they often played "to zero people".[12] His early musical influences were Owl City and Never Shout Never. He would listen to Owl City's Maybe I'm Dreaming and study the production style and the abstract lyrical themes that use "dreamy" and "whimsical" images to describe love.[13] He also adopted the artist name, Somersault Sunday, and published some songs and extended plays on his Myspace account.[11][14]

After graduating high school, Leff decided to pursue a behind-the-scenes role in music seeing that his career was not taking off. He chose to study music technology at New York University's Steinhardt School.[7][10] While at university, he studied abroad in Prague and was a member of the Zeta Psi fraternity.[15] He spent two of his four years at NYU as a studio intern for Jungle City Studios, where artists such as Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, and Alicia Keys recorded.[8] During his junior year, he signed a publishing deal after the success of his song "The Other" but he decided to finish university and enjoy it having only a year left and because he was also feeling fortunate enough to be able to go there.[11]


2008–2012: Early years and Somersault Sunday[edit]

Leff began writing music at an early age. When he was 12, he started his first rock duo with his best friend Mike Wagenheim, and by age 13, the two teens started a metal band. After starting to try and write music, Leff began experimenting with an acoustic guitar and some synth sounds. A few months later, he wrote his own solo acoustic song called Parting Ways.[citation needed][16] Leff then formed his first solo music project, Somersault Sunday, when he was 14 years old on April 28, 2008. He started it first "as a side project, just for fun," but continued it after receiving enthusiastic online response.[17]

Somersault Sunday is an electro-infused pop rock solo-project. Under the Somersault Sunday project, he was able to release three extended plays namely, Parting Ways EP (2009), Intermission – EP (2010), and Phone Calls & Weekends (2010). Trevor Dahl of Cheat Codes (who was then making music under the moniker Plug in Stereo) featured on his track "Wishful Thinking" from the Intermission EP.[18] The Phone Calls & Weekends EP, was produced by Kevin Gates, who also mixed and produced some of the songs of Never Shout Never, The Ready Set, and the late Cady Groves. He posted his songs on MySpace along with some song covers, and kept close contact with his fans through the platform. He had a band playing with him during live shows and concerts. Leff was known for his basement concerts in his early middle and high school years He even won a coveted spot to perform during the 2011 Vans Warped Tour.[19]

2014–2016: Beginnings and Lost in the Light[edit]

Leff focused on writing and producing for other artists during college, straying from his personal songwriting style. During his second year, he stumbled upon an interview with Paul Simon, in which Simon described his songwriting approach as a process of uncovering his innermost buried feelings. The interview helped Leff to get in touch with the way he used to write.[20] Afterwards, Leff adopted the stage name Lauv, Latvian for "lion" (lauva), as a nod to his mother's heritage. His first name, Ari, means "lion" in Hebrew, and his zodiac sign is Leo.[15][10]

While getting over a break-up in fall of 2014, he co-wrote "The Other" with Michael Matosic.[8][15] Although he was focused on writing potential songs for other artists, he felt "The Other" worked better as his own song. It would be the first song he released under the name Lauv.[15] With "The Other", he also discovered his stripped-down electronic pop sound.[8] The song is a fusion of rhythm and blues and indie-pop with influence from jazz guitar. The song gained blog attention and, after he uploaded it to SoundCloud in 2015,[8] went viral, peaking at number three on blog aggregator Hype Machine,[15][21] and hitting the Global Top 100 on Spotify.[22]

After graduating from NYU, Lauv signed to the publishing company Prescription Songs.[22]

On September 25, 2015, Lauv released his debut EP, Lost in the Light, which featured "The Other".[23] Then, apart from releasing the single "Question" featuring Travis Mills in 2016, Lauv worked on writing and producing songs for other artists.

Most notably, he co-wrote and co-produced "No Promises" for Cheat Codes and Demi Lovato,[10] which reached number 7 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart.[24] In an interview with iHeartRadio, Lauv stated that he had been friends with Trevor Dahl from Cheat Codes since "back in the Myspace days."[25]

2017–2018: Breakthrough and Asia tour[edit]

Lauv in 2018

On May 19, 2017, Leff released the single "I Like Me Better",[26] an up-tempo track inspired by his relationship that began shortly after he moved to New York City.[10] It peaked at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100,[27] earned platinum certification in seven countries (including the US), and gold certification in three.[24] As of March 9, 2021, the song has amassed over 1.1 billion streams on Spotify.

In 2017, he headlined his own Late Nights, Deep Talks tour, in which he performed in eight cities across the United States. The tour began on May 23 in Los Angeles and concluded on June 7 in New York City. On July 9, he also performed at Summerfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.[26]

It was announced on September 4, 2017, that Leff would be joining Ed Sheeran as the supporting act on his Divide Tour in Asia.[28] Several of Ed Sheeran's Asia tour dates were cancelled or rescheduled as a result of injuries he sustained from a bicycle accident, but Leff proceeded with promotional tours in cities such as Manila, Philippines,[29] officially kicking off the Divide Tour with Ed Sheeran in Singapore on November 11, 2017.

Leff embarked on his first world tour, I Met You When I Was 18, in the first half of 2018. The tour began on January 18 in Seattle, Washington and concluded on April 29 in Oslo, Norway. Artists Jeremy Zucker and Ashe joined him as supporting acts in most of the North American tour dates.[30] During the tour, he had a box named "My Blue Thoughts", in which he told fans to write down anything they wanted to and put it inside. He commemorated the notes on his blog[8] On August 30, 2018, Leff released the single "Superhero", a song inspired by a note from the box.[31] He performed at Lollapalooza in Chicago on August 3, 2018.[32]

In May 2018, Leff released I Met You When I Was 18 (The Playlist), a 17-track collection of new and previously released tracks, including the singles "I Like Me Better" and "The Other", that he had been working on over the course of a few years.[12][27][33] It has also been described as a "playlist" that Lauv updated gradually until completing it in May 2018.[34] It chronicles his move to New York City and the first time he fell in love.[24][34] By August 2018, it had been streamed over 1 billion times on Spotify.[8]

In June 2018, Leff ranked number one on Billboard's Emerging Artists chart, dated June 9. As of September 29, he had been at the top spot of the chart for a total of 13 weeks.[35]

He released the single "There's No Way", a collaboration with Julia Michaels, on September 27, 2018.[36]

In November 2018, Lauv announced his first headlining tour starting the next year in Asia, including India, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Japan. It began on May 13, 2019, in Mumbai, India and concluded on May 30 in Tokyo.[37]

2019–2020: How I'm Feeling[edit]

Lauv released the single "I'm So Tired..." with Troye Sivan on January 24, 2019.[38] They first met at a rehearsal space, and after writing another song that didn't work out, Lauv played Sivan the chorus of "I'm So Tired..." which he had written a few days prior. Sivan liked it and they wrote and recorded the rest of the track together.[34][39] They performed the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live on February 7, 2019.[40]

On April 25, 2019, Lauv released the single and music video for "Drugs & the Internet", which he says he wrote when he was struggling with feelings of emptiness and depression. It is the second single from his debut studio album How I'm Feeling.[41] He also announced that month that he would unveil his debut album How I'm Feeling track by track as it is being recorded, simultaneously with the tour.[42][43] A little under a month later, on May 20, 2019, Lauv held his first ever arena show at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Lauv also debuted "Sad Forever" during the show, which gave way to becoming the music video for the single. During the concert, Lauv stated that "This is officially the biggest headline show that I ever played," and he wanted to have the video shot in Manila.[44] Eleven days later, on May 31, 2019, Lauv released the single and music video for "Sad Forever".[45] He also announced that all proceeds from the song will 100% be donated to mental health organizations that work to remove stigma around mental illness. He has raised over $150,000 to date.[46][47]

On August 1, 2019, he released "Fuck, I'm Lonely", a collaboration with British singer Anne-Marie for the soundtrack of the third season of 13 Reasons Why. The track was also included on his debut album.[48][49] As of March 9, 2021, the song has amassed over 350 million streams on Spotify. The album is being promoted with the How I'm Feeling Tour, which began in Washington, D.C., on October 5, 2019, and will conclude in Perth, Australia, on November 26, 2020. It will travel throughout the United States, Europe, New Zealand, and Australia. Special guests for the tour include bülow, Chelsea Cutler, and Carlie Hanson.[50][51] He will be supported in the Asian leg of the tour by American singer-songwriter and social media personality mxmtoon.[52] On September 19, 2019, Lauv released "Feelings",[53] Two weeks later, on October 3, Lauv released the single "Sims". A "short film" for the single was released on October 28.[54] On October 18, 2019, Lauv made his debut in K-pop through his collaboration with BTS for the song "Make It Right", which is an ode to ARMY (BTS fans).[55] On November 14, 2019, Lauv teamed up with LANY for Mean It,[56] with the music video following up on December 17.[57] On December 22, 2019, Lauv made his debut in Bollywood through a collaboration with composer Rochak Kohli for the song "Dil Na Jaaneya", which features on the soundtrack of Bollywood film Good Newwz[58]

On January 2, 2020, Lauv released the eighth single and music video for his debut album How I'm Feeling, titled "Changes". The song is about how Lauv attempts to make resolutions to change his life.[59] Two weeks later, on January 16, 2020, Lauv released the ninth single and music video for How I'm Feeling, titled "Tattoos Together". Lauv sings about getting tattoos with his significant other as a way to remember each other should they ever fall out.[60] On February 20, 2020, Lauv released the tenth single and visualizer for How I'm Feeling, titled "Modern Loneliness". The song meant to speak to the "modern" concept of loneliness as defined by Lauv.[61]

On March 6, 2020, Lauv released How I'm Feeling, unveiling three collaborations. "Who" with K-pop sensations BTS,[62] "Canada" with Alessia Cara,[63] and "El Tejano" with Sofia Reyes, with the latter receiving a music video released on May 19.[64] Additionally, singles released the previous year, such as "Mean It" with LANY, "Fuck, I'm Lonely" with Anne-Marie and "I'm So Tired..." with Troye Sivan were added onto the album. Exactly two months later, on May 6, 2020, Lauv followed up with an additional song which he stated was "going to be on the album", titled "Love Like That", which is a song about how Lauv struggles with reciprocating love.[65]

On May 1, 2020, Lauv marked the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Month by teaming up with Alessia Cara, Anne-Marie and Sofia Reyes for a conversation regarding mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic, titled "Breaking Modern Loneliness".[66] On May 22, Lauv once again teamed up with artists mxmtoon and Jeremy Zucker, alongside Vivek Murthy for a three part one-on-one conversation regarding mental health.

On June 24, 2020, Lauv released the Without You,[67] with tracks such as "Mine", "Dishes", "Love Somebody" and "Miss Me", a demo released by Lauv on SoundCloud a month prior. The music video for the song "Dishes" was also released. Also worth noting is that all songs on the EP were written and produced during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.[68] Six days later, on June 30, 2020, Lauv collaborated with Ellie Goulding for "Slow Grenade".[69] Over the remainder of the summer, Lauv collaborated with many artists for a variety of songs, such as "if i were u" with blackbear[70] and "Sweet and Sour" with artists Tyga and Jawsh 685. Most notably, Lauv, alongside Saweetie collaborated with Ava Max for the remixed "second" version of "Kings & Queens", which was released on August 6, 2020, titled "Kings & Queens, Pt. 2".[71]

On October 10, 2020, in honor of World Mental Health Day, Lauv once again teamed up with artists, creators and experts from around the world as part of an effort to erase stigma surrounding mental health with a series of livestreamed conversations which can be found on Lauv's YouTube Channel. On October 13, 2020, Lauv released the single "Fake" with Conan Gray, a song where both Gray and Leff take swipes at fake people who pretend to be their friends although they betray and lie about them behind their backs.[72] On November 13, 2020, he was featured on "Stop Crying Your Heart Out" as part of the BBC Radio 2's Allstars' BBC Children in Need 2020 charity single in the United Kingdom.[73] The single debuted at number seven on the UK Singles Chart on November 20, 2020 – for the week ending date November 26, 2020[74] – and number one on both the UK Singles Sales Chart and the UK Singles Download Chart.[75] On December 31, 2020, Lauv dropped the surprise single "2021" as a New Years Eve special. "2021" is a song that looks to the incoming year to be brighter and more hopeful than the current year the world had to deal with. Overall, the song welcomes the new year.[76]

2021–2022: All 4 Nothing and tour[edit]

On July 27, 2021, American DJ DallasK announced a new single "Try Again", featuring Lauv. The song was released July 30.

On January 18, 2022, Lauv announced his second studio album is "done", with the lead single titled "26" released on January 28.[77] Around this time, it was revealed in a Billboard article that Lauv finalized a distribution deal with Virgin Music Label & Artist Services.[78]

On April 8, 2022, Lauv released the second single from his second album, titled "All 4 Nothing (I'm So in Love)" along with a music video. A day prior, his Spotify About description was edited with information regarding the title of his second album, All 4 Nothing, released on August 5, 2022.[79]

On August 5, his second album, All 4 Nothing was released along with the music video for the single Stranger. To support the album, Lauv embarked on a North American tour stopping at many cities in Canada & US.

2023–present: In Between Albums tour and standalone singles[edit]

On April 27, Lauv announced Asia dates for his "in between albums tour" where he played in Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Singapore,[80] the Philippines and China, followed by Europe/UK & Oceania dates on July 10.[81]

In June 2023, Lauv released "Steal the Show", for the Pixar Animation Studios film Elemental. At the same time, he co-wrote Mimi Webb's song "This Moment" for the animated teen comedy film Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken.[82][83]

On August 4, Lauv released his new single "Love U Like That".[84][85]

Personal life[edit]

Lauv resides in Los Angeles, California.[86] Leff dated pop musician Julia Michaels for 10 months in 2018, and they broke up in the end of that year.[12][87] In 2020, he entered in a relationship with fellow singer-songwriter Sophie Cates.[88] They have since broken up.[89]

Leff has opened up about his mental health several times throughout his career.[90] As a result, Leff is known for donating proceeds from songs to mental health organizations in an effort to erase stigma surrounding mental health. Microsoft and Leff teamed up to release "My Blue Thoughts", a place for people struggling to share what they were going through and to let go of something weighing them down.[91]

His mother and his maternal grandparents are Latvian and Leff has frequently visited Latvia to visit relatives and spend summers in his grandfather's cottage in the seaside city of Jūrmala.[92][93]

In June 2023, Lauv came out as a member of the LGBTQ+ Community in a TikTok. In an interview that August with Out he clarified regarding his sexuality that "I don't really have any particular answers yet, other than it's something that I'm exploring in my music and exploring in my mind, and I'm going to be exploring in my life."[94][95]




Late Nights, Deep Talks Tour (2017)[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Leg 1 – North America
May 23, 2017 Los Angeles United States The Echo
May 24, 2017 San Francisco Rickshaw Shop
May 31, 2017 Chicago Beat Kitchen
June 1, 2017 Pontiac Pike Room
June 2, 2017 Toronto Canada The Drake
June 4, 2017 Philadelphia United States Balcony at the Trocadero
June 6, 2017 Washington, D.C. Songbyrd
June 7, 2017 New York Webster Hall

I Met You When I Was 18. World tour (2018)[edit]

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts
Date City Country Venue Opening acts
North America
January 18, 2018 Seattle United States The Crocodile Jeremy Zucker
January 19, 2018 Vancouver Canada Fortune
January 20, 2018 Portland United States Hawthorne Theatre
January 23, 2018 San Francisco Independent Ashe
January 26, 2018 Los Angeles Troubadour
January 28, 2018 Phoenix Crescent Balroom
January 30, 2018 Austin Parish
January 31, 2018 Dallas House of Blues (Cambridge Room)
February 1, 2018 Houston House of Blues (Bronze Peacock)
February 3, 2018 Atlanta Terminal West
February 6, 2018 Washington 9:30 Club
February 8, 2018 New York City Irving Plaza
February 9, 2018 Boston Brighton Music Hall
February 10, 2018 Philadelphia The Foundry
February 12, 2018 Burlington Higher Ground
February 14, 2018 Toronto Canada Mod Club Jeremy Zucker
February 16, 2018 Chicago United States Lincoln Hall
February 17, 2018 Minneapolis 7th Street Entry
February 18, 2018 Omaha The Slowdown Jr
February 20, 2018 Denver Bluebird Theatre
February 21, 2018 Salt Lake City The Complex
March 6, 2018 Tokyo Japan Unit
March 7, 2018
March 13, 2018 Brisbane Australia The Triffid
March 15, 2018 Sydney The Metro Theatre
March 16, 2018 Melbourne The Corner Hotel
March 19, 2018 Auckland New Zealand Powerstation
April 16, 2018 Manchester England Deaf Institute
April 17, 2018 London O2 Islington Academy
April 19, 2018 Paris France La Maroquinerie
April 20, 2018 Amsterdam Netherlands Melkweg
April 21, 2018 Leuven Belgium Het Depot (Box)
April 23, 2018 Cologne Germany Bürgerhaus Stollwerck
April 24, 2018 Berlin Columbia Theater
April 26, 2018 Copenhagen Denmark Pumpehuset
April 27, 2018 Stockholm Sweden Kagelbanan
April 29, 2018 Oslo Norway Parkteateret

Fall tour (2018)[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Leg 1- Europe
September 15, 2018 Munich Germany Gruenspan
September 16, 2018 Frankfurt Batschkapp
September 18, 2018 London United Kingdom KOKO
September 19, 2018 Paris France Le Yoyo
Leg 2- North America
October 7, 2018 Louisville United States Mercury Ballroom
October 9, 2018 Cincinnati Bogart's
October 10, 2018 Grand Rapids The Intersection
October 12, 2018 Indianapolis Egyptian Room
October 14, 2018 Columbia Blue Note
October 16, 2018 Omaha Sokol Auditorium
October 21, 2018 Des Moines Wooly's
October 24, 2018 Urbana Canopy Club
October 28, 2018 Tulsa Cain's Ballroom
October 30, 2018 Mobile Soul Kitchen
November 1, 2018 Birmingham Iron City
November 5, 2018 Columbia Music Farm
November 8, 2018 Orlando House of Blues

Asia tour (2019)[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Leg 1- Asia
May 13, 2019 Mumbai India Famous Studios
May 15, 2019 Singapore Capitol Theatre
May 16, 2019
May 18, 2019 Bangkok Thailand Moonstar Studio
May 20, 2019 Manila Philippines Araneta Coliseum
May 21, 2019 Cebu Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino
May 23, 2019 Hong Kong China The Vine
May 26, 2019 Seoul South Korea Olympic Park
May 28, 2019 Osaka Japan Big Cat
May 29, 2019 Nagoya Club Quattro
May 30, 2019 Tokyo Blitz

How I'm Feeling Tour (2019)[edit]

Date City Country Venue Opening act
Leg 1 – North America
October 5, 2019 Washington, D.C. United States The Anthem Bülow
October 6, 2019 Philadelphia Fillmore
October 7, 2019 Boston House of Blues
October 10, 2019 New York City Terminal 5
October 11, 2019
October 13, 2019 Chicago Riviera Theatre
October 16, 2019 Oakland Fox Theatre
October 19, 2019 Los Angeles Pellissier Building and Wiltern Theatre
October 20, 2019
Leg 2- Europe
October 25, 2019 Berlin Germany Tempodrom Chelsea Cutler
October 26, 2019 Cologne Palladium
October 28, 2019 Hamburg Docks
October 30, 2019 Brussels Belgium Ancienne Belgique
October 31, 2019 Amsterdam Netherlands Paradiso
November 2, 2019 Paris France Le Trianon
November 4, 2019 London England O2 Forum Kentish Town
Leg 3- Oceania
November 20, 2019 Auckland New Zealand Shed 10x Carlie Hanson
November 22, 2019 Brisbane Australia The Tivoli
November 23, 2019 Sydney Enmore Theatre
November 24, 2019 Melbourne Forum Theatre
November 26, 2019 Perth Astor Theatre

Cancelled Dates Due to COVID-19[edit]

Date City Country Venue Status Reason
March 20, 2020 Monterrey Mexico Parque Fundidora Cancelled COVID-19 pandemic
March 23, 2020 Mexico City El Plaza Condeza
March 25, 2020 Lima Peru Domos Art
March 27, 2020 Santiago Chile Parque O'Higgins
March 29, 2020 Buenos Aires Argentina Hipódromo de San Isidro
March 30, 2020 Teatro Vórterix
April 1, 2020 Sao Paulo Brazil Cine Joia
April 3, 2020 Autódromo de Interlagos
May 11, 2020 Lisbon Portugal Lisbon Coliseum
May 13, 2020 Madrid Spain Sala La Riviera
May 14, 2020 Barcelona Razzmatazz
May 16, 2020 Milan Italy Fabrique
May 18, 2020 Lyon France Le Transbordeur
May 19, 2020 Zürich Switzerland X-TRA
May 20, 2020 Vienna Austria Gasometer
May 22, 2020 Prague Czech Republic Mala Sportovni Hala
May 23, 2020 Warsaw Poland Club Progresja
May 24, 2020 Riga Latvia Palladium Riga
May 26, 2020 Stockholm Sweden Arenan Fryshuset
May 28, 2020 Oslo Norway Sentrum Scene
May 30, 2020 Copenhagen Denmark Vega
June 16, 2020 Bangalore India Manpho Convention Center
June 18, 2020 Mumbai Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Indoor Stadium
June 21, 2020 Beijing China Exhibition Theatre
June 22, 2020 Shanghai Modern Sky Lab
June 23, 2020
June 25, 2020 Taipei Taiwan Legacy Max
June 27, 2020 Jakarta Indonesia Istora Gelora Bung Karno
July 17, 2020 Charlotte United States Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
July 18, 2020 Nashville Ascend Amphitheater
July 19, 2020 Atlanta Coca-Cola Roxy
July 21, 2020 Detroit Meadow Brook Theatre
July 22, 2020 Toronto Canada Echo Beach
July 24, 2020 Indianápolis United States White River State Park
July 25, 2020 Cincinnati PNC Pavilion
July 26, 2020 Cleveland Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
July 28, 2020 Minneapolis The Armory
July 29, 2020 Council Bluffs Stir Cove
July 30, 2020 St. Louis Saint Louis Music Park
August 2, 2020 Montreal Canada Parque Jean-Drapeau
August 4, 2020 Philadelphia United States The Met Philadelphia
August 6, 2020 New York City Radio City Music Hall
August 7, 2020 Boston Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion
August 8, 2020 Baltimore MECU Pavilion
August 9, 2020 Raleigh Red Hat Amphitheater
August 11, 2020 Miami Bayfront Park
August 12, 2020 St. Augustine St. Augustine Amphitheatre
August 14, 2020 Houston Revention Music Center
August 15, 2020 Irving LiveNation Pavilion
August 16, 2020 Kansas City Starlight Theatre
August 18, 2020 Morrison Red Rocks Park
August 19, 2020 Salt Lake City The Complex
August 21, 2020 Phoenix Arizona Federal Theatre
August 22, 2020 Las Vegas The Chelsea
August 24, 2020 Vancouver Canada Queen Elizabeth Theatre
August 25, 2020 Troutdale United States McMenamins Edgefield
August 26, 2020 Seattle WaMu Theater
August 28, 2020 Berkeley Hearst Greek Theatre
August 29, 2020 Los Ángeles The Greek Theatre
August 30, 2020
September 16, 2020 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena
September 18, 2020 Melbourne Australia Margaret Court Arena
September 21, 2020 Sydney Hordern Pavillion
September 24, 2020 Brisbane Fortitude Music Hall
October 26, 2020 Oberhausen Germany König-Pilsener-ARENA
October 28, 2020 Munich Zenith
October 29, 2020 Stuttgart Porsche-Arena
October 31, 2020 Hannover Swiss Life Hall
November 2, 2020 Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle
November 3, 2020 Antwerp Belgium Lotto Arena
November 5, 2020 Paris France Zénith
November 6, 2020 Amsterdam Netherlands AFAS Live
November 7, 2020 Tilburg 013 Poppodium
November 10, 2020 Birmingham United Kingdom O2 Academy Birmingham
November 11, 2020 Glasgow O2 Academy Glasgow
November 13, 2020 Manchester Manchester Academy
November 17, 2020 London O2 Academy Brixton

The All 4 Nothing Tour (2022–2023)[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Leg 1 – North America
August 11, 2022 Minneapolis United States Armory
August 12, 2022 Chicago Aragon Ballroom
August 13, 2022 Rochester Hills Meadow Brook Amphitheatre
August 15, 2022 Toronto Canada RBC Echo Beach
August 16, 2022 Laval Place Bell
August 17, 2022 Boston United States Leader Bank Pavilion
August 19, 2022 Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House
August 20, 2022 Pittsburgh Stage AE
August 21, 2022 Cincinnati ICON Festival Stage
August 23, 2022 Columbus KEMBA Live!
August 25, 2022 Washington, D.C. The Anthem
August 26, 2022 New York City Hammerstein Ballroom
August 27, 2022
August 28, 2022 Asbury Park Stone Pony
August 30, 2022 Charlotte Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
August 31, 2022 Atlanta Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre
September 1, 2022 Nashville Ryman Auditorium
September 3, 2022 Houston 713 Music Hall
September 4, 2022 Irving Toyota Music Factory
September 6, 2022 Denver Mission Ballroom
September 7, 2022 Ogden Ogden Amphitheatre
September 9, 2022 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
September 11, 2022 San Diego Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU
September 12, 2022 Phoenix Arizona Federal Theatre
September 15, 2022 Berkeley Hearst Greek Theatre
September 17, 2022 Vancouver Canada Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
September 20, 2022 Portland United States WaMu Theater
Leg 2 – Asia
August 19, 2023 Osaka Japan Maishima
August 20, 2023 Chiba Makuhari Messe
August 22, 2023 Hong Kong China AsiaWorld–Expo
August 23, 2023
August 26, 2023 Bangkok Thailand Queen Sirikit National Convention Center
August 29, 2023 Seoul South Korea Olympic Gymnastics Arena
August 31, 2023 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center
September 3, 2023 Jakarta Indonesia Eco Park Ancol
September 5, 2023 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
September 7, 2023 Kaohsiung Taiwan Kaohsiung Arena
September 9, 2023 Cebu Philippines Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino
September 11, 2023 Manila SM Mall of Asia Arena
September 14, 2023 Chengdu China EUMC
September 15, 2023
September 17, 2023 Foshan GBA International Sports and Cultural Center
September 20, 2023 Shanghai Shanghai Oriental Sports Center
Leg 3 – Europe & UK*
October 3, 2023 Amsterdam Netherlands AFAS Live
October 4, 2023 Hamburg Germany Docks
October 6, 2023 Berlin Tempodrom
October 7, 2023 Cologne E-Werk
October 9, 2023 Brussels Belgium La Madeleine
October 10, 2023 Paris France Salle Pleyel
October 12, 2023 London England Eventim Apollo
Leg 4 – Australia
October 18, 2023 Perth Australia Astor Theatre
October 19, 2023
October 21, 2023 Sydney Enmore Theatre
October 22, 2023
October 23, 2023 Melbourne Forum Melbourne
October 24, 2023
October 26, 2023 Brisbane The Fortitude Music Hall
  • Canadian singer Renforshort opened for Leg 3 of the tour


  • Last to Leave Tour (2017)
  • ÷ Tour (2017–2018)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2018 Teen Choice Awards Choice Breakout Artist Himself Nominated [96]
Radio Disney Music Awards Best New Artist Nominated [97]
Best Crush Song "I Like Me Better" Nominated
iHeartRadio Titanium Award 1 Billion Total Audience Spins on iHeartRadio Stations "I Like Me Better" Won [98]
2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards Best New Pop Artist Himself Nominated [99]
MTV Video Music Awards Push Artist of the Year Nominated [100]
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Push Nominated [101]
Melon Music Awards Best Pop Award I'm So Tired ... (with Troye Sivan) Nominated [102]
2020 Joox Thailand Music Awards International Artist of the Year Himself Nominated [103]
AIM Independent Music Awards Best Independent Track in Association With Facebook "Modern Loneliness" Nominated [104]
Global Awards Rising Star Himself Nominated [105]
2021 Gold Derby Music Awards Best New Artist Nominated [106][107]
AIM Independent Music Awards Most New Independent Artist Won [108]


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