Be prepared for a mighty "Roar" from Katy Perry fans when this news gets out: The superstar pop singer’s "Prismatic" world tour is coming through Utah in September.
Perry’s publicists announced the itinerary of the 46-date North American leg of the "Prismatic" tour on Wednesday — and one of the later stops is at EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City on Monday, Sept. 29.
The tour is in support of Perry’s "Prism" album, which has already yielded the hits "Roar," "Dark Horse" and "Unconditionally." It’s Perry’s first major tour since the "California Dreams" tour in 2011.
Opening the Salt Lake City show is the Canadian indie-rock twin-sister act Tegan and Sara.
Tickets, ranging from $29.50 to $103.50, will go on sale via Smith’s Tix at a later date. A pre-sale, for holders of Citi credit cards, starts Tuesday, Jan. 21. There’s also a Jan. 23 pre-sale on Facebook, with details on Perry’s website.
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