Rebecca Black has 2 shows coming up. What do tickets cost?

Ironically, neither of Rebecca Black’s upcoming 2023 concerts are taking place on a Friday.

The pop singer is slated to perform at Vancouver’s Fortune Sound Club on Thursday, July 20 and Portland, OR’s Hawthorne Theatre on Saturday, July 22 as part of her ongoing ‘Let Her Burn Tour.’

And if you wanna “get down” with Black and special guest Devon Again, it isn’t too late to scoop up last-minute tickets to see them on their brief Pacific Northwest run.

Prices start at $97 USD before fees on Vivid Seats for the Vancouver gig.

Her Portland show is much cheaper — $18 tickets will get you in the door at the Hawthorne Theatre.

At both shows, expect to hear cuts from Black’s 2023 album “Let Her Burn.”

According to Black, her goal is to “push boundaries and live outside of what someone would think pop would be.”

If you want to see exactly what that means, you can pick up tickets for both shows here.

All prices are subject to fluctuation.

Rebecca Black new music

In February, Black released her debut album.

NME hailed the record, claiming Black “redefined herself to be a budding pop distributor for the foreseen future.”

For our money, there’s quite a bit to like here.

Black shows off her range over ten polished pop songs — this is no joke.

If you want to listen for yourself, you can find “Let It Burn” here.

Rebecca Black set list

For a closer look at what to expect, here’s what Black played at a recent show courtesy of Set List FM:

01.) “Crumbs”

02.) “What Am I Gonna Do with You”

03.) “Misery Loves Company”

04.) “Read My Mind”

05.) “Destroy Me”

06.) “Sick to My Stomach”

07.) “Personal”

08.) “A Thousand Miles” (Vanessa Carlton cover)

09.) “Worth It for the Feeling”

10.) “Doe Eyed”

11.) “Better in My Memory”

12.) “NGL”

13.) “Erase You”

14.) “Cry Hard Enough”

15.) “Look at You”

16.) “Performer”


17.) “Friday” (Remix)

18.) “Girlfriend”

Rebecca Black special guest

At both shows, Black will be joined by Devon Again.

The 21-year-old singer-songwriter is known for her dreamy pop bops — we currently can’t get enough of the ultra-catchy “HEAD,” “Burn Down” and “gum v 9.1.”

You can dig deeper into her catalog here.

Pop stars on tour in 2023

Although Black has just two shows remaining on her schedule, many artists have quite a few gigs lined up the rest of this year.

Here are just five you won’t want to miss live.

Here are just five of our favorite artists you won’t want to miss live.

• Taylor Swift

• Adele


• Pink

• Doja Cat with Ice Spice

Who else is on the road? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here to find out.

This article was originally published on New York Post - Entertainment

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