This is not a drill! Sia’s tour is finally happening and we have the Sia tour schedule with all the Sia tour dates. The 40-year-old pop star recently announced her Nostalgic For The Present Tour (her first tour in five years) and fans can’t wait to see what she has planned. Not much is known yet but the Chandelier singer will have her 22-date North-American tour kick off on September 29 in Seattle and wrap on November 6 in Austin.

Upcoming Sia Tour Dates

September 29Seattle, WAKey Arena
October 1Oakland, CAOracle Arena
October 4Phoenix, AZTalking Stick Resort Arena
October 5San Diego, CAViejas Arena
October 7Las Vegas, NVMandalay Bay
October 8Los Angeles, CAHollywood Bowl
October 13Minneapolis, MNTarget Center
October 15Auburn Hills, MIThe Palace of Auburn Hills
October 16Chicago, ILUnited Center
October 18TBATBA
October 19Washington, DCVerizon Center
October 21Philadelphia, PAWells Fargo Center
October 22Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre
October 23Montreal, QCBell Centre
October 25TBATBA
October 26Uncasville, CTMohegan Sun Arena
October 29Sunrise, FLBB&T Center
October 30Orlando, FLAmway Center
November 1Atlanta, GAPhilips Arena
November 3New Orleans, LASmoothie King Center
November 4Houston, TXToyota Center
November 6Austin, TXFrank Erwin Center

Everything You Need to Know about Sia’s New Album

Sia’s new album, This Is Acting, is an album written and sung by Sia. It features all the songs she wrote that were rejected by other artists, such as Beyoncé, Adele, Rihanna, Demi Lovato, and Katy Perry. “Alive” is the album’s lead single, which was released on September 25, 2015 to positive reactions.

The album itself received some positive reviews, but other critics from Billboard, Pitchfork, and The New York Times, had mixed reviews for it. With collaborations with, including a song that was produced and co-written by Kanye West, the album is cites as a mish-mash of genres—which makes sense since the album consists almost exclusively of songs that Sia had written for other artists.

But, ultimately, fans are the true critics and appreciate the music for what it is. Not all fans love every song in an album, but the point is to find a song that speaks to you and your own experiences.

Sia, once the woman behind the music, is now the face of her own music. She’s finally taking credit in public for her work and facing her fears head on. Sia’s upcoming Nostalgic For The Present Tour with Miguel and AlunaGeorge is a chance for audiences to judge the music for themselves and relive her album on stage.