Miley Cyrus bringing 'Bangerz Tour' to The Palace

Published On: Dec 24 2013 03:04:35 PM EST   Updated On: Nov 06 2013 10:57:00 AM EST

The singer says a summer in Detroit helped her grow up.


Miley Cyrus is bringing her much anticipated "Bangerz Tour" to The Palace of Auburn Hills.

The show will take place on April 12, 2014 -- tickets will go on sale Nov. 16.

The tour kicks off Valentine's Day, Feb.14, 2014, in Vancouver, BC at Pepsi Live @ Rogers Arena and will visit 38 cities throughout the United States and Canada including New York City, Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago, Washington DC and Miami.

Details for Miley’s BANGERZ TOURfollow her surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live where she announced to fans that she would be launching a tour soon. The announcement on Saturday Night Live comes on the heels of her well-received appearance on the show (re-airing November 9) as both host and musical performer on October 5 that was part of a series of headline-making appearances that supported the release of her new album, Bangerz, on RCA Records. Bangerz debuted at #1 on both the Billboard Top 200 Album chart and the Digital Album Charts with over 270,000 albums sold. 

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Her tour comes just weeks after her controversial twerking performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, and the release of her video for 'Wrecking Ball.'

The singer appears nude several times and fondles a sledge hammer suggestively throughout the video.

Is the video simply another case of an artist expressing themself or is it too much, once again, for the former Disney star?

Watch the video for yourself - just like millions of others already have.


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