No need to cry, singer/songwriter Melanie Martinez, who was featured in The Untitled Magazine‘s #GirlPower Issueadded the final dates to her sold out “CRY BABY Tour.” The new dates begin with a performance in Norfolk, VA on September 19th and continues through the end of October.

Can’t attend the unique artist’s headline shows? You’re in luck! The Voice alum is set to perform at a multitude of festivals this summer, including Panorama in New York City and Lollapalooza in Chicago. Martinez will also be a featured performer at the “Jimmy Kimmel Live” outdoor stage on June 29th and is set to embark on a European tour following her US dates.


Not only has the alternative/pop singer been both successful and busy with her performance schedule, but Martinez has also recently released the music video for her her catchy tune “Alphabet Boy,” which amassed over 1 million views in the first eight ours of its release. In the slightly disturbing but artistic video, the “Pity Party” singer continues with the dark, childhood themes of some of her other videos. Martinez begins singing the beginning sounds of the alphabet as soon as the pacifier is pulled from her mouth. From this opening scene, the childlike Martinez plays goes a little crazy, squirting a water gun at the camera, ripping and eating pages from a dictionary, waving and licking a large knife, and dancing on top of a miniature refrigerator.

“Alphabet Boy” is one of 13 tracks from Martinez’s debut studio album Cry Baby, which was released in August 2015 and includes hits “Pity Party,” “Dollhouse,” and “Mrs. Potato Head.”

Melanie Martinez // 2016 Tour + Festival Dates

June 23 – Fort Wayne, IN (USF Performing Arts Center)

June 24 – Indianapolis, IN (Indiana Farmers Coliseum)

June 25 – Sterling Heights, MI (Freedom Hill Amphitheatre)

June 26 – St. Louis, MO (PrideFest 2016 at Soldier’s Memorial)                           

July 15 – San Francisco, CA (99.7 NOW! Summer Splash 2016 at Great America)

July 16 – Sacramento, CA (Ace of Spades)

July 21 – Providence, RI (Lupos)

July 23 – New York, NY (Panorama Music Festival)

July 24 – Pittsburgh, PA (Satge AE)

July 26 – Cleveland, OH (House of Blues)

July 28 – Chicago, IL (Lollapalooza)

July 29 – Columbus, OH (Express Live!)

July 31 – Montreal, QC (Osheaga)

Aug 1 – Portland, ME (State Theatre)

Sept 2-4 – Seattle, WA (Bumbershoot)

Sept 18 – Atlanta, GA (Music Midtown Festival)

Sept 19 – Norfolk, VA (The Norva)

Sept 21 – Richmond, VA (The National)

Sept 22 – Washington, DC (Echostage)

Sept 25 – Nashville, TN (Ryman Auditorium)

Sept 27 – Cincinnati, OH (Bogarts)

Sept 29 – Memphis, TN (New Daisy Theatre)

Oct 1 – Austin, TX (ACL Music Festival)

Oct 3 – Columbia, MO (Jesse Auditorium)

Oct 5 – Little Rock, AR (Metroplex)

Oct 7 – Oklahoma City, OK (Diamond Ballroom)

Oct 8 – Austin, TX (ACL Music Festival)

Oct 20 – Los Angeles, CA (Shrine Auditorium)

Oct 21 – Las Vegas, NV (The Joint @ Hard Rock)

Oct 22 – Santa Ana, CA (Beach Goth 5)

Oct 24 – Albuquerque, NM (Sunshine Theatre)

Oct 28-30 – New Orleans, LA (Voodoo Music + Arts Experience)

Images courtesy of @melaniemartinez Facebook

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