k.d. lang has announced the U.S. leg of a tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of her career-altering, platinum-selling record Ingenue. Dubbed Ingenue Redux, the run will take her to 19 cities across the U.S, following recent dates in Canada and Australia.

The tour follows a remastered anniversary edition of Ingenue released by Nonesuch Records earlier this year. It kicks off in Seattle on Feb. 26, and runs through March 26 in New York City. You can see all the dates below.

lang will perform songs from Ingenue, as well as cuts from her 2004 record Hymns of the 49th Parallel. The hugely successful record went hand-in-hand with lang coming out as a lesbian, and documented her love for a married woman. "I was definitely a stalker," lang said in 1993. "Obsession is a weird thing, like an unhealthy sort of exercise. Ingenue was this great work of art, this great gift, this great gesture. 'You see, I'm really in love with you; look what I've done.'"

Various pre-sales begin today through tomorrow at 10AM local time. General tickets go on sale on Friday, Dec. 8, at 10AM local time. Premium seating and meet-and-greet options will be available.

k.d. lang Ingenue Redux Tour Dates

Feb. 26 — Moore Theatre — Seattle, Wash.
Feb. 27 — Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall — Portland, Ore.
March 1 — Sunset Center Carmel, Calif.
March 2 — Bing Concert Hall — Stanford, Calif.
March 5 — The Theatre at The Ace Hotel — Los Angeles, Calif.
March 6 — Lobero Theatre — Santa Barbara, Calif.
March 8 — Chandler Centre for the Arts — Chandler, Ariz.
March 9 — The Lensic Performing Arts Center — Santa Fe, N.M.
March 11 — Paramount Theatre — Denver, Colo.
March 13 — Uptown Theater — Kansas City, Miss.
March 14 — State Theatre — Minneapolis, Minn.
March 16 — Peabody Opera House — St. Louis, Miss.
March 17 — Goodyear Theater — Akron, Ohio
March 19 — Count Basie Theatre — Red Bank, N.J.
March 20 — American Music Theatre — Lancaster, Penn.
March 22 — Orpheum Theatre — Boston, Mass.
March 23 — Keswick Theatre — Glenside, Penn.
March 25 — Music Center at Strathmore — North Bethesda, Md.
March 26 — Beacon Theatre — New York, N.Y.

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