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SZA Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
SZA Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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SZA at Brisbane, Australia in Brisbane Entertainment Centre 2024
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Fan Reviews

Konatsu
April 16th 2024
It was easily the best concert I’ve been to! The set was beautiful and the venue a perfect size which was easy to access. Will never forget the energy sza gave out to us and the vibe of the crowd
Auckland, New Zealand@
Spark Arena
February 21st 2024
SZA was so great the concert was really amazing. I'm so glad she came bak to her city she was born in and peformed. I had so much fun. I would love to see another concert from her. Also she was very entertaining!!!!! Love u SZA
St. Louis, MO@
Enterprise Center
Luca
November 26th 2023
it was an amazing show !! great visuals, sza sounded amazing, but miss was an hour late which also meant she had to cut the time due to curfew, the mixing of the sound was also a little off, the band was louder than sza was so i couldn’t really hear her at some parts of the show.
Amsterdam, Netherlands@
Ziggo Dome
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About SZA

A distinct force in contemporary R&B, SZA has set herself apart with a vulnerable and casually poetic songwriting style and a voice conveying a multitude of emotions with subtle twists and turns. She established herself with a trio of spaced-out EPs and collaborations with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, and Rihanna, and continued her ascent with Ctrl (2017), a Top Ten album that resulted in five Grammy nominations, including Best New Artist. These accolades proved to be no fluke, as SZA earned almost as many Grammy nominations the next year by assisting Kendrick Lamar with "All the Stars," a Top Ten hit, only one in a slew of platinum singles she has scored as a headliner or featured artist. She racked up five more Top 40 hits before releasing her second album, SOS (2022).
Solána Imani Rowe was born in St. Louis and raised in New Jersey, where she excelled in high school gymnastics and cheerleading. After leaving college, Rowe shuffled around different jobs and recorded on the side, influenced by the diverse and maverick likes of Billie Holiday and Björk, as well as Wu-Tang Clan, whose RZA inspired her performing name. She self-released a pair of dreamy and alluring EPs, 2012's See.SZA.Run and 2013's S, and shortly thereafter signed with Top Dawg Entertainment. SZA had been on TDE's radar since 2011, when label co-founder Terrence "Punch" Henderson was handed material at the CMJ Music Marathon.
Once their agreement was in place, Top Dawg and SZA didn't waste any time. In April 2014, SZA made her label debut with Z, a trippy third EP that entered the Billboard 200 at number 39 with featured appearances from fellow TDE artists Kendrick Lamar and Isaiah Rashad, as well as one from Chance the Rapper. By the end of 2016, SZA was a highly valued collaborator herself. She appeared on high-profile TDE releases from Lamar, Rashad, ScHoolboy Q, and Jay Rock, co-wrote Nicki Minaj's "Feeling Myself" and Travis Scott's "OK Alright," and co-wrote and appeared on Rihanna's "Consideration."
Primed for the spotlight in 2017, SZA followed through that June with her first album. Released through TDE's arrangement with major-label RCA, the sharply defined Ctrl debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, and on its way to platinum status yielded a pair of multi-platinum singles in "Love Galore" and "The Weekend," both of which went Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100. SZA also broadened her audience that year with contributions to Maroon 5's Top Ten "What Lovers Do" and a remix of Lorde's "Homemade Dynamite." Up for five Grammys, SZA was nominated for Best New Artist and Best Urban Contemporary Album, plus Best R&B Song ("Supermodel"), Best R&B Performance ("The Weekend"), and Best Rap/Sung Performance ("Love Galore").
SZA didn't win in any of the categories, but at the time of the ceremony in January 2019, she was already scaling back up the Hot 100 with "All the Stars," recorded with Kendrick Lamar for Black Panther: The Album. Another multi-platinum hit, the single peaked at number seven and was nominated in four categories -- including Record of the Year and Song of the Year, two of "the big four" -- for the next Grammy ceremony. During the rest of 2019, SZA added to her between-albums output, which already included Cardi B's "I Do," with the Game of Thrones commission "Power Is Power" and co-starring roles on DJ Khaled's "Just Us" and Post Malone's "Staring at the Sun." In 2020, she paired with Justin Timberlake on the song "The Other Side" for the Trolls World Tour soundtrack. She also released the Neptunes-produced track "Hit Different" -- a number 29 pop hit featuring Ty Dolla $ign -- and "Good Days," which reached number nine.
2021 saw SZA appear on the Doja Cat single "Kiss Me More" and contribute "The Anonymous Ones" to the soundtrack for the coming-of-age film Dear Evan Hansen. "No Love" (headlined by Summer Walker) and "I Hate U" appeared at the end of the year; the latter reached number seven on the pop chart. A deluxe edition of Ctrl, including seven previously unreleased songs, appeared in June 2022, five years after the album was originally released. SZA issued "Shirt" as the final prelude to the full-length SOS, which landed at the end of 2022.
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Genres:
Soul, Rnb-soul, R&b/soul, R&b
Hometown:
St. Louis, Missouri

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to SZA to play in your city
Request a Show

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of SZA

SZA at Brisbane, Australia in Brisbane Entertainment Centre 2024
View All Photos

SZA merchamazonview store

Black Panther: The Album Music From A...
$34.96
Ctrl
$23.99
View All
SZA's tour

Fan Reviews

Konatsu
April 16th 2024
It was easily the best concert I’ve been to! The set was beautiful and the venue a perfect size which was easy to access. Will never forget the energy sza gave out to us and the vibe of the crowd
Auckland, New Zealand@
Spark Arena
February 21st 2024
SZA was so great the concert was really amazing. I'm so glad she came bak to her city she was born in and peformed. I had so much fun. I would love to see another concert from her. Also she was very entertaining!!!!! Love u SZA
St. Louis, MO@
Enterprise Center
Luca
November 26th 2023
it was an amazing show !! great visuals, sza sounded amazing, but miss was an hour late which also meant she had to cut the time due to curfew, the mixing of the sound was also a little off, the band was louder than sza was so i couldn’t really hear her at some parts of the show.
Amsterdam, Netherlands@
Ziggo Dome
View More Fan Reviews

About SZA

A distinct force in contemporary R&B, SZA has set herself apart with a vulnerable and casually poetic songwriting style and a voice conveying a multitude of emotions with subtle twists and turns. She established herself with a trio of spaced-out EPs and collaborations with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, and Rihanna, and continued her ascent with Ctrl (2017), a Top Ten album that resulted in five Grammy nominations, including Best New Artist. These accolades proved to be no fluke, as SZA earned almost as many Grammy nominations the next year by assisting Kendrick Lamar with "All the Stars," a Top Ten hit, only one in a slew of platinum singles she has scored as a headliner or featured artist. She racked up five more Top 40 hits before releasing her second album, SOS (2022).
Solána Imani Rowe was born in St. Louis and raised in New Jersey, where she excelled in high school gymnastics and cheerleading. After leaving college, Rowe shuffled around different jobs and recorded on the side, influenced by the diverse and maverick likes of Billie Holiday and Björk, as well as Wu-Tang Clan, whose RZA inspired her performing name. She self-released a pair of dreamy and alluring EPs, 2012's See.SZA.Run and 2013's S, and shortly thereafter signed with Top Dawg Entertainment. SZA had been on TDE's radar since 2011, when label co-founder Terrence "Punch" Henderson was handed material at the CMJ Music Marathon.
Once their agreement was in place, Top Dawg and SZA didn't waste any time. In April 2014, SZA made her label debut with Z, a trippy third EP that entered the Billboard 200 at number 39 with featured appearances from fellow TDE artists Kendrick Lamar and Isaiah Rashad, as well as one from Chance the Rapper. By the end of 2016, SZA was a highly valued collaborator herself. She appeared on high-profile TDE releases from Lamar, Rashad, ScHoolboy Q, and Jay Rock, co-wrote Nicki Minaj's "Feeling Myself" and Travis Scott's "OK Alright," and co-wrote and appeared on Rihanna's "Consideration."
Primed for the spotlight in 2017, SZA followed through that June with her first album. Released through TDE's arrangement with major-label RCA, the sharply defined Ctrl debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, and on its way to platinum status yielded a pair of multi-platinum singles in "Love Galore" and "The Weekend," both of which went Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100. SZA also broadened her audience that year with contributions to Maroon 5's Top Ten "What Lovers Do" and a remix of Lorde's "Homemade Dynamite." Up for five Grammys, SZA was nominated for Best New Artist and Best Urban Contemporary Album, plus Best R&B Song ("Supermodel"), Best R&B Performance ("The Weekend"), and Best Rap/Sung Performance ("Love Galore").
SZA didn't win in any of the categories, but at the time of the ceremony in January 2019, she was already scaling back up the Hot 100 with "All the Stars," recorded with Kendrick Lamar for Black Panther: The Album. Another multi-platinum hit, the single peaked at number seven and was nominated in four categories -- including Record of the Year and Song of the Year, two of "the big four" -- for the next Grammy ceremony. During the rest of 2019, SZA added to her between-albums output, which already included Cardi B's "I Do," with the Game of Thrones commission "Power Is Power" and co-starring roles on DJ Khaled's "Just Us" and Post Malone's "Staring at the Sun." In 2020, she paired with Justin Timberlake on the song "The Other Side" for the Trolls World Tour soundtrack. She also released the Neptunes-produced track "Hit Different" -- a number 29 pop hit featuring Ty Dolla $ign -- and "Good Days," which reached number nine.
2021 saw SZA appear on the Doja Cat single "Kiss Me More" and contribute "The Anonymous Ones" to the soundtrack for the coming-of-age film Dear Evan Hansen. "No Love" (headlined by Summer Walker) and "I Hate U" appeared at the end of the year; the latter reached number seven on the pop chart. A deluxe edition of Ctrl, including seven previously unreleased songs, appeared in June 2022, five years after the album was originally released. SZA issued "Shirt" as the final prelude to the full-length SOS, which landed at the end of 2022.
Show More
Genres:
Soul, Rnb-soul, R&b/soul, R&b
Hometown:
St. Louis, Missouri

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